With Windsor, you basically get what you pay for. The rooms are not the most amazing and luxurious; you're looking at single beds, no ensuite bathrooms and some particularly grumpy cleaners. However, there are also so many positives to living in Windsor. For a start, there is the sheer amount of people who you live with. When you go to University, you quickly realize who your friends are and who those people are that you don't quite click with. Living in Windsor gives you the option of meeting 25 different people on your first night - making it a lot easier to overcome the awkwardness of putting yourself out there to find new people. The location is also fantastic - right next to Park Bar so that you can wander down at anytime of the day for a quick cheeky pint with your mates. Windsor is a catered hall, which means that you get a certain amount of food you can buy in a week. There are a large number of options for every meal time - some a lot more appetising than others but you'll always find something to eat. I'm glad that I ended up in Windsor Hall in my first year at University.