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Claverton Down, Bath, BA2 7PD, United Kingdom – Show map
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WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed) and costs GBP 5.50 per day.
Vending machine (drinks), Vending machine (snacks), Luggage storage, ATM/cash machine on site, Laundry, Meeting/banquet facilities
Shops (on site), Non-smoking rooms, Facilities for disabled guests, Family rooms, Heating, Designated smoking area
14:00 - 22:00 hours
08:00 - 10:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 5 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are not allowed.
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The chap at reception was very welcoming when we arrived.
Fan in the bathroom was on all night, glass shelf in bathroom was lose, shower stream was not strong enough, TV did not work - there was no controller - TV was not set up, there were no guides about Bath or map of a campus, no information on swimming pool and other sport facilities, mealtimes were wrong for Sunday, with clock change the breakfast time was not until 11am (old time).
Stylish new buildings Very kind and helpful students Nice dining room and continental breakfast Regular bus service to town centre
Very handy for visiting University Open day. Great Location & fairly priced.Food good.
Not much to do in the evening have to travel out.
The mattress was ok and the linen was clean. One member of staff was incredibly helpful with regards to wi fi.
Otherwise the place was not clean and when I switched the shower on, human hair appeared from somewhere! I had a terrible night. There was a building site outside my window and they started at 6 am and went on all day. It was a complete nightmare.
It was very clean and very quiet. The breakfast was adequate.
Cubicle in dormitory was isolated and very small. Had picked a hostel with hope of meeting interesting guests. Never saw another guest. Breakfast was on the other side of the campus.
Good breakfast service and clean room. Helpful security staff
I was teased with a TV with no signal. Also the entrance swipe pad had been removed so I could not access the building
Gave me an insight of what living there as a student was like; clean and quite place. Serves good for whoever wishes to check the place out before going to Uni.
No bus service after midnight, no dinner included if booked with Booking.com at the same price with booking on their website.
Stayed for university open day so location was perfect.
Checking in was awful. Asked for twin room for self and son, got double bed with one towel between us. No point complaining as check in queue was enormous and staff to busy to answer phone. Got sent to closed restaurant for breakfast; restaurant closed at 9am when we were told breakfast would be available til 10am.
Cost Food and coffee facilities Bus service
Noise Long walk to bathroom accessibility to sink
The Quad residence room was adequate for the cost. Website was a bit misleading regarding the type of room available.
Breakfast was disappointing--the same grey eggs each day. It required about a three block walk to get to the breakfast location.
Our son had a single room in a new block which was perfect for him. Mood lighting, TV positioned beautifullyo the wall, a very comfortable bed and a lovely en suite with enclosed shower cubicle. He was suitably impressed with the whole experience and slept very well!
We had a double room in the older block that just didn't feel homely. My husband is 6'3" and the sleeping arrangements were very snug! Not keen on the shower curtain arrangement in the wet room. All said and done it was basic as you might expect but would I stay again........yes and next time I'd ask for a different room!
We liked that we had our own bathroom and the block we was in only had 1 other couple in. The area was lovely and quiet too. It was a short walk from our block to the Bus stop and into the centre of Bath so no real need to take the car any were.
We didn't like the bed. It was rock hard and had a heavy duty plastic covering on (for obvious reasons though!) Which made us really sweaty in bed (for the wrong reasons!) and we only had 1 tiny squashed flat pillow for the 2 of us to sleep on!! We had to use our coats as pillows, and reception wouldn't answer the phone for us to ask for another. We also didn't like that the hall light kept coming on randomly throughout the night and lighting up the room we was in. The room could have been a lot cleaner, but it was student accommodation in a University not a hotel. The food was rubbish it was tepid and dry and tasted like it had been kept warm for 3 hrs!.......didn't eat there again even though it was intended.
Tea/coffee making facilities are only provided in the common kitchen but on occasions there are no more paper cups.
Kitchen to cook my own stuff
You don't look for luxury in university accommodation but it's great for the solo traveller on a budget. The rooms are clean and comfortable and a full English breakfast (a short walk away) is included. Rooms are plain and comfortable with tea & coffee facilities - and my room had a small fridge. A desk and lots of bookshelves is a bonus. There's a regular bus service to the centre of Bath with good connections onward. A good base for exploring Bath and Bristol or for walking around the edge of campus with its woodland and views.
Not all travellers will feel comfortable about sharing loo and shower/bathroom with fellow travellers, or about the 5-10 min. walk to find breakfast but I reckoned it was an acceptable part of a bargain deal.
It's was all brand new and comfortable.
Not well cleaned at all.
Low cost. Breakfast was good.
Some confusion on check-in. No double rooms available so we were given a single room. Single room is fine - bed is large enough for two and we share a bed. Would have been nice if someone had thought to provide an extra towel.
Location good bus service
Lack signage for booking in. We were a party of three a couple and a single female and we had rooms at each end of complex not close to each other
Really nice campus, some rooms are older than the ones shown on the website but still comfortable and clean. Parking £2 per day, free on Sundays. Bus to go to the city center is £1.70 return
Nice location,clean rooms,tea/coffee facilities in rooms a big plus.A shop,bar and bank nearby.
10 am checkout is far too early although I didn't actually checkout until after 11am without any fuss.
The room we booked was given to other customers. Booking got changed without our prior acceptance. We emailed the hotel twice before our arrival but got no reply. Were offered a 10% discount on arrival as compensation but Bath University accommodation denied it after we checked out. There were no enough signs for direction to the accommodation centre from the bus station. Was a pain to find the place. Not comfortable to sleep on mattresses made of plastics. My mom couldn't sleep at all. There was construction work going on in front of the accommodation. Needed to walk a long way to the restaurant for breakfast. Awful experience on the whole.
Clean rooms with good mattresses and good showers. A reasonable price for a short stay. A good breakfast
Not enough eateries open on campus or nearby. Card "keys" which didn't operate. Noise heard from adjoining rooms. T.V.light which wouldn't go off (had to put a towel over it) Tea making facilities did not include tea or coffee or mugs!
Location and price
Car parking charges (but free overnight)
Location, easy & accessible bus ride into Bath city centre, breakfast was ok, nothing special.
Communal area noisy and smelt also only 1 toilet at end of corridor . No food available in evenings. No staff around to assist if required. Not particularly family friendly.
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