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AES Brick Lane, London
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AES Brick Lane, London

Brick Ln, London, United Kingdom
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About the Property

AES Brick Lane is a lovely modern student accommodation in London that offers private and shared apartments as well as ensuites. Glasgow Caledonian University (London Campus) is a short walk away and Istituto Marangoni is also a quick walk away from this property.

Features

You can find the perfect stay for yourself as you can choose from private apartments, shared apartments, and ensuites. In a single-bed apartment, you will get a private bedroom, a private bathroom, and a private kitchen. Meanwhile, the 3-bedroom apartment and ensuites will give you a shared kitchen. The apartment is equipped with a bed, a desk, a chair, desk lamps, a window for fresh air and ventilation, a washer/dryer, a dishwasher, a TV, independent heating, wireless internet access, a telephone, a lounge, a fully fitted kitchen with utensils, a cooker, a refrigerator, crockery/cutlery, an oven, and microwave.

Location and What's Hot?

There are several places nearby that you can visit with your friends. Jago Restaurant is a hip place with European cuisine and is just a 1-minute walk away from the property. Another place where you will definitely have an amazing time with friends is the Big Chill Brick Lane, it is a well-rated bar and is only a 6-minute walk away from your new home in London.

Commute

Connectivity is highly efficient from this property as there are quite a few bus stops and train stations nearby. Folgate Street (Stop T), is a bus stop that is only a 7-minute walk away from this accommodation. If you need to catch a train to your desired destination, Shoreditch High Street is a train station that is a 10-minute walk away!

What will you get

Common Amenities

Washer/Dryer
Dishwasher
TV
Independent heating
Wireless Internet Access
Telephone

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where will my accommodation be?

All accommodations are in Zone 1 or 2 of the Capital. You will be advised of your precise location before you arrive, normally by your university. Please see the apartment profile pages for more information.

Can I have my own room?

The majority buildings do not have the facilities for single rooms.

Who will I share my apartment with?

Normally you will share your apartment with students from your home campus. On occasion, you will share with students from other colleges. If this is the case, you will be notified in advance.

Can I choose who I share with?

Property will ask your college for a rooming list. Unless you are an individual, property does not allocate you a specific space in a room.

Do I need to bring bed linen?

No. All bed linen is provided. Please make sure that, if you bring your own linen, it is clearly labelled and well away from the bed on the day the cleaners change your linen. The property cannot be held responsible for any linen or any other items that is mistakenly taken.

Do I need to bring my own towel?

Yes. All students are expected to provide their own towels, unless otherwise agreed.

Are there laundry facilities?

All the buildings have laundry facilities on-site. Some have washing machines only, while others have washer/dryers. Please note that washer/dryers in the UK differ from those in the US and will never completely dry your clothes!

Are there kitchen facilities?

Yes. All apartments have kitchen facilities. However, you are expected to provide your own detergent and dishcloths.

Do I have a telephone in my apartment?

The majority apartments have telephones that are programmed to accept incoming calls only.

Is there a TV?

Nearly all the apartments have TV sets with terrestrial channels (Not at Conway Hall). The buildings do not have cable or Sky TV.

Is there wireless internet access in my building?

All the buildings have wireless Internet access. Please see the apartment profile pages for further information.

How far is the nearest Underground station?

All the apartments are within a 10-minute walk of an Underground station, with many being within five minutes. All apartments are also within a few minutes walk of a bus stop.

What happens when I check in?

You will either be met at the property by a staff member or left instructions on how to collect your keys. Some of the buildings have an on-site manager or a 24-hour reception, in which case keys would be collected there. If you are unsure of the check-in procedure, then please let us know.

Do I have an orientation session for my apartment?

Yes. Property staff will arrange for a person to conduct an orientation shortly after your arrival.

Is anyone else allowed to stay in my apartment?

Unfortunately, overnight guests are strictly prohibited. If you have friends and family visiting, please let us know as we can help you arrange alternative accommodation for them.

What should I do if my apartment is missing certain items?

Please let us know, and property will replenish what it can.

What happens if I break something?

Property realises that breakages do occur and are happy to replace broken items within reason. However, if there are a significant amount of breakages, these will incur a charge.

Who else has access to the apartment?

Housekeeping staff will have access on cleaning days, and maintenance staff have access to carry out routine maintenance. All staff carry ID cards that can be shown on request. Property staff will always knock or ring the bell before entering any apartment.

When will my apartment be cleaned?

The cleaning schedule will be posted on the bulletin board in your building. If your cleaning day has to be changed for any reason, you will be informed. Please note that, if your regular cleaning day is a Tuesday and you check out on a Wednesday, you will not have a cleaner visit that week; all apartments are deep cleaned on students’ departure.

What are the cleaners’ responsibilities?

Students are required to take out all other rubbish to designated areas during the week; it is not the cleaner’s job.Your cleaner will carry out the following: Replace all sheets and pillowcases (apart from Conway Hall where you are responsible for the laundering of the bed linen)
Vacuum and dust all common parts
Clean the bathroom(s)
Clean kitchen surfaces, which you must clear prior to the cleaning service. Washing up will not be done by the cleaner
Take out no more than two bags of rubbish, as long as it is bagged up correctly.

What happens if I lose my key?

Unfortunately, losing your keys will incur a charge. Please ensure that you do not have anything identifying your address with the keys, as this will result in changing the main front door lock and thus a higher charge to yourself.

What happens if I lock myself out?

Whilst the property accepts that lockouts do happen, and property staff will come out as quickly as possible, please be aware that it can take up to an hour to reach you. If you can avoid calling us, please do so.

How do I know what is and isn’t an emergency?

Please refer to the handbook, a copy of which is found in each apartment. You can also call us and we will clarify for you.

How do I contact property management in case of an emergency?

If you need to contact us, you can use any one of the emergency numbers.

What if I have a maintenance issue?

All the buildings have a maintenance board, on which you will find a maintenance form and an emergency number. Your first point of call should be this board. Staff check this board regularly when they go in and out of the building.  This is the quickest way to report a maintenance fault.

How do I know if the maintenance issue is being dealt with?

Sometimes, as good as the service is, the property may miss something or the follow up is not as prompt as we would like.

Can I stay in my apartment for an extra night?

Usually, this will not be problem. If you need to stay additional nights, please email us as early as possible. However, please understand a charge will apply on the additional accommodation. If property is unable to offer additional accommodation in the apartments, the property can recommend a locally based hotel.

What happens when I check out?

You will receive a letter relating to the check-out procedures approximately a week prior your departure date.

Can you offer accommodation for delegates?

While the property does not have bedrooms on-site, it works closely with several local hotels and can assist with overnight accommodation if required.

What standard equipment do your rooms have?

The rooms are equipped with an interactive screen with an inbuilt computer and speakers, WiFi, whiteboard and use of one flip-chart with marker pens (additional flip-charts may be available upon request at an additional charge). Webcams are available to hire upon request.

Do you have breakout areas?

Due to the size and layout of the building, there are no private breakout areas. It is suggested that an additional room is rented for any breakout meetings.

Do your centres have onsite parking?

Property do not have private parking at centres. However, there are a range of parking facilities around the area.

Do all of your rooms have natural daylight?

Yes. It is a property key feature at Richbell House.

Are there WiFi facilities?

Yes. There is WIFI throughout Richbell House. Each room has a computer connected to the Internet and meeting organisers are provided with a free Internet pass. Access codes are displayed in each meeting room.

Do you have drinks and snacks facilities?

Property offer refreshments, including tea, coffee and biscuits that can be arranged at a cost per person, per serve. Refreshments will need to be booked in advance.

Can we bring our own food?

Yes. Property charge a nominal fee for external catering.

Is catering provided at Richbell House?

Yes. All catering is provided by various external caterers who offer a range of options to suit all budgets and dietary requirements. Popular options include cold buffets and breakfast pastries, although hot food is also available upon request.

Do your facilities have disabled access?

Richbell House has full wheelchair access including a lift.

What are your opening hours?

Property opening hours are 8.30am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday. The property can provide room rental until 9.00pm on weekdays and from 9.00am to 5.00pm on weekends, upon request.

What room layouts are you able to provide?

The property is flexible as possible. All rooms can be set up in a variety of styles including theatre, U-shape, classroom, cabaret and boardroom. If you have specific requirements please let the property know, and the property staff will do our best to accommodate your request

Can I extend my booked morning or afternoon session?

Yes, there are hourly rates that apply to extend our AM, PM or Full Day booking slots. Only our Champions Boardroom can be booked on an hourly basis.

Is VAT included in your rates?

VAT is exempt from all room hire, as Richbell House operates under the Tour Operators Margin Scheme.

Where should I have my mail sent?

Property staff recommends that you have parcels sent to their main administration office at Richbell House in Holborn (5 Richbell place, holborn, WC1N 3LA). Please ensure that parcels include your name, your college, the flat and building where you live. All other post, such as letters, can be sent to your apartment.

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