Beit Hall London is set in a very clean, modern environment and the location couldn't be more convenient for the Royal Albert Hall. The greeting on arrival was friendly and helpful. The buffet breakfast was good and plentiful although the venue to this was set in an adjacent building across the road and a little conjested. For the price I paid it was very good value although it appears this was a 'special offer' and I'd normally find staying here on the expensive side.
- Beit Hall London
- Prince Consort Road South Kensington London SW7 2AZ England
- Group Name :
- Imperial College
- Type :
- Quality Rooms
- Size :
- 313 rooms
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Beit Hall is a lovely new university complex, situated between the Royal Albert Hall and the Natural History Museum. This area is submersed in history and London highlights, with Hyde Park and Kensington Palace Gardens nearby. Beit Hall has the perfect atmosphere for students and young travellers, as it is able to accommodate over 300 guests in three star standard rooms. Beit Hall has everything you could possible require, in a great environment for making new friends.
There are a total of 313 rooms at Beit Hall London. You can choose a single room with access to a shared bathroom, or a private single or twin room with ensuite facilities. There are plenty of amenities you will have access to during your stay, including a bar and two common rooms which contain a piano and TV with DVD player. You can also play table tennis, pool and table football. The rooms have a desk and shelves and you’ll also be able to make your own meals in the well equipped kitchen.
Airport Transfers / Alarm Clock Radio / Bar / Brailed Elevators / Central Heating / Coffee/Tea Maker / Conference Rooms / Desk / Desk & Lamp / Elevator/Lift Access / Fire Escape / Gardens / Ground Floor Access / Non-Smoking Rooms on Request / Pay-Phones / Phone / Shampoo / Shared bathroom / Shower / Smoke Detectors / Tea & Coffee / Television Lounge / Wake Up Service / Wash Basin
On foot, Beit Hall is near to the imposing Albert Memorial, as well as the Science Museum and the Goethe Institute. A quick bus journey will take you to Notting Hill’s Portobello Market and Gate Theatre. Alternatively, you could explore Hyde Park, which has the Serpentine Gallery and Speakers' Corner to visit.
LATEST TRAVELSTAY OFFER. Get a FREE English Breakfast when you book. Your breakfast includes: Eggs (scrambled) sausages, beans, toast, cereals, yoghurt, milk, fruit, jams, nutella butter, juices, tea and coffee.
Check in from: 2 pm
Check out by: 10 am
Rooms at Beit Hall London can be booked from
1st July - 30th September 2011
Guests staying at Beit Hall can use the facilities at Imperial's Sports Centre, Ethos, for a small entrance fee.
Unaccompanied guests under 18 are not permitted at Beit Hall.
- By Tube:
- The closest station to Beit Hall is South Kensington, which is on the District, Circle and Piccadilly Lines of the London Underground.
- On Foot:
- Leaving South Kensington Station, take a left turn onto Exhibition Road. From here, continue on until a left turn takes you onto Prince Consort Road, where you will find Beit Hall.
Beit Hall London Reviews
The most important facilities in my hall of residence were: the kettle, to have breakfast in my room; the phone; the wi-fi area; the restaurant next to my building. Sometimes however the place was too noisy, because of the loud music in the restaurant, and the loud voice of people talking in the restaurant or in the garden.
Really enjoyed the stay at Beit Hall - excellent value and friendly people1 Would re book again and would not be afraid of going on my own - a big consideration in these days of security etc., Breakfast great and location amazing - can I suggest a few things? Some local info would be good - didn't know where to go for coffee or meal, until I found the other end of Exhibtiton Road, and found lovely coffee shops etc., Plus your reception staff are great - so helpful and unassuming. But the service and friendly service at Beit Hall was brilliant - please let the staff know - they do a great job with very picky people!
The room was very nice, good value for sure, the noise really let the whole experience down, often being woken up in the night, so on that I don't feel this would be suitable in the future
The staff were generally very friendly and helpful. The room was clean but rather run-down (furniture scratched and chipped, marks on the walls etc.). The breakfast was the low point - there was inadequate space both to be served and in seating and the food was not of a very high quality. Overall, I could see why the cost was low but, equally, it would have been hard to find anything cheaper.