Victoria Hall

Designed by the multiple-award winning architects Stanton Williams, Victoria Hall King’s Cross is an extraordinary building for students who are looking for a more enriching place to live and study.

Built to the highest standards from limestone, oak, brick and metalwork, the accommodation was conceived with ergonomics, nature and well- being at the forefront of our thinking.

The ground and first floors are set aside for shared spaces. There is a large social lounge for relaxing, eating, watching TV and playing games, a breakout room for studying and meeting, a reading room, a courtyard garden and plenty of bicycle parking. Natural light is utilised throughout the building and as many rooms as possible face south. On the eighth floor, there is a fitness room and a stunning garden terrace with views across London.

In each room, large desks let students spread out to facilitate different study habits; there is a small double bed and plenty of storage space, an upholstered desk chair, and a lounge chair. Every room also features an en-suite bathroom. Wi-Fi is available throughout the building and each bedroom can access the high-speed broadband connection. The communal spaces are equally spacious with plenty of room in the shared dining area and kitchen areas to store groceries and for cooking.