The standard studios in our Hammersmith building pack a punch with their own kitchenette and en-suite bathroom, giving you privacy and independence during your studies. The space doesn’t end there because you’re also welcome to relax in the communal common room and garden. Step outside this student accommodation building and you’ll find an artsy, riverside neighbourhood with no shortage of places to study, eat, drink and socialise. This makes it a popular choice for students moving to London.
Our medium-sized studios are perfect for students who don’t want to compromise on space, privacy and cost. You’ll have your own kitchen and en-suite bathroom as well as access to shared facilities in our Hammersmith building. If you fancy a change of scenery from studying in your room, you can use the spacious common room, peaceful garden or even head to one of the many cafes nearby. You’ll also have easy access to the rest of London from Hammersmith and Parson’s Green stations.
Our student studios in Hammersmith are housed in an impressive red brick building. With an impressive facade and rear garden, you can enjoy an afternoon on one of the benches.
The studios come fully furnished, with free Wifi. There are communal laundry facilities and you'll be just a short walk from Hammersmith Tube Station and the high street.
If you're looking for student accommodation in West London, be sure to check our studios in Hammersmith.
Living in Hammersmith gives students the best of both sides of London. It is a thriving hub of activity with shops, restaurants, and music venues, but there are also quiet parks and residential areas within a short walk.
Located between High Street Kensington and Chiswick, Hammersmith has everything a student needs. From gyms and supermarkets to cinemas, art galleries and libraries, everything anyone could need is within walking distance. There’s also a local farmers’ market for fresh, organic products held every Thursday.
For students looking to explore the rest of London, Hammersmith is ideally placed for transport links. Hammersmith tube station is on three different underground lines, and there are buses to almost every part of the city. Students can also easily get to all of the major universities in London.
For anyone looking to explore on foot, the path from Hammersmith to Richmond along the Thames has spaces for relaxing with friends or as a regular exercise route. Ravenscourt Park is also nearby, with plenty of open space and tennis courts.
Hammersmith has a huge range of restaurants with over one hundred places to eat, all with different cuisines. Hammersmith has a bit of everything with a diverse culture and a thriving arts scene making it perfect for students.