Some of the top student accommodation in Southampton

Some of the top student accommodation

Southampton is a university city with a lot to offer students. From beautiful city centre parks to a buzzing arts and music scene, it has a lot to keep everyone entertained during their time here. The city is also known for its incredible shopping and great selection of restaurants, bars, clubs and pubs.

Students can choose to live in a range of accommodation types in Southampton, from student halls to privately rented houses and flats. Some students opt to live in the popular student areas of Portswood or Southampton Solent, while others enjoy being closer to the University of Southampton’s Highfield campus. Wherever you choose to live in Southampton, it’s important that you find the best student property for your needs. To help you do that, we’ve collected a huge amount of reviews from students who have lived in each type of property in the city. These reviews can be found by clicking on the icons below and can provide you with a wealth of information to help you make the right choice for your Southampton student accommodation.

Whether you are looking for new luxury student accommodation in Southampton, or something more traditional, there is something to suit all tastes. The best place to start is by searching the student accommodation in Southampton league table to see which properties have received the highest customer ratings for a range of different criteria, such as value for money, location and hall management. If you’re interested in attending an open day, many of the providers listed on our site will let you book a viewing online too, which is ideal if you aren’t able to attend an event.

Some of the top student accommodation in Southampton

Some of the top Southampton student accommodation includes the brand new Cumberland Place, which is perfect for those who like to be close to shops and amenities. Then there is the new Deanery, which offers en-suite studio accommodation for first and second year undergraduates; postgraduates; maritime officer cadets; and exchange students. Other popular options include Kimber and Hamwic, which are both a short walk to the University of Southampton campus.

Living in student accommodation in Southampton is a great way to get involved in the city’s community. It’s a very social and friendly city, where you can meet people from all walks of life and form a wide network of friends. You can also find a lot of events and festivals taking place throughout the year, so there is always something to do in the city.

If you are looking for something a bit more relaxing, Southampton is home to a number of stunning beaches. So you can spend a day sunbathing or walking along the coast, and the seaside towns of Bournemouth and Brighton are also only a train ride away. It’s easy to get around too, with a wide range of bus services operating in the city, so a travel pass will definitely come in handy. Having a bike is also a good idea, as the council is really pushing to get more people on their bikes in Southampton.