Pavilion Point, Brighton

London Rd, Brighton, BN1 4JH, United Kingdom
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£283
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0.6 mi from City Center
0.6 mi from City Center( 12m. 8m. 5m)
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city center | 0.5 mi
Kings Brighton | 0.1 mi
Bellerbys College | 0.2 mi
Brighton Institute of Contempor... | 0.3 mi
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About the Property

Located at London Rd, Brighton, BN1 4JH, Pavilion Point stands out as a highly sought-after student accommodation in Brighton. Students can select from an array of room options, including studio and ensuite. This property is ideally situated for students attending Bellerbys College, Kings Brighton, Brighton Institute of Contemporary Theatre Training Drama and the various University of Brighton campuses, including the University of Brighton (Moulsecoob Campus) and University of Brighton (Grand Parade Campus). The University of Sussex, along with BIMM, Brighton and Hove are also conveniently located nearby. Each option provides fully furnished living spaces with modern amenities designed for a comfortable and engaging student life.

Brighton, the vibrant coastal city that Pavilion Point Brighton calls home, is renowned for its dynamic student scene and rich cultural tapestry. The city boasts a significant student population, contributing to its vibrant atmosphere and diverse community. Residing in Brighton means stepping into a world of historical significance, innovative education, and creative spirit. The city is dotted with impressive tourist attractions like the Royal Pavilion and the famous Brighton Pier. It is widely recognized for its inclusivity and proudly stands as an educational hub, with its institutions ranking impressively in academic circles. Pavilion Point Brighton offers the perfect blend of study and leisure provided by the experienced property management group FSL - UK, ensuring a memorable and holistic university experience. Choosing Pavilion Point Brighton accommodation is not just about finding a place to stay; it's about embracing the heart and soul of one of the UK's most forward-thinking cities.

Features

Pavilion Point Brighton accommodation boasts a range of room types tailored to meet individual preferences. Whether one chooses a Classic Studio, Premium Studio, Gold Ensuite, Superior Studio, Bronze Ensuite, or Silver Ensuite, each space is fully furnished, ensuring a cosy bed, desk and chair to study, and a stylish living environment with an ensuite shower room. With dedicated areas ranging from workspace and storage to modern kitchenette and private bathrooms, residents have everything they need to live, study, and relax.

The common social area provides a perfect backdrop for making new friends, while the study room is ideal for those intense study sessions. For leisure, the lounge offers a comfortable space to unwind, and the on-site gym caters to wellness and health. Meanwhile, the courtyard is an oasis for outdoor enjoyment, and resident events ensure a vibrant community spirit. Extra perks like a cycle store and laundry facilities add to the stress-free living at Pavilion student accommodation Brighton. Moreover, a multimedia room for entertainment and a coffee area to relax with friends make this property more excellent. CCTV cameras for student security and safety. Your rent, water, electricity, wifi, and heating bills are included. Dive into excellence, and you embark on your academic journey with Pavilion Point as your home away from home.

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Pavilion Point Brighton accommodation boasts a range of room types tailored to meet individual preferences. Whether one chooses a Classic Studio, Premium Studio, Gold Ensuite, Superior Studio, Bronze Ensuite, or Silver Ensuite, each space is fully furnished, ensuring a cosy bed, desk and chair to study, and a stylish living environment with an ensuite shower room. With dedicated areas ranging from workspace and storage to modern kitchenette and private bathrooms, residents have everything they need to live, study, and relax.

The common social area provides a perfect backdrop for making new friends, while the study room is ideal for those intense study sessions. For leisure, the lounge offers a comfortable space to unwind, and the on-site gym caters to wellness and health. Meanwhile, the courtyard is an oasis for outdoor enjoyment, and resident events ensure a vibrant community spirit. Extra perks like a cycle store and laundry facilities add to the stress-free living at Pavilion student accommodation Brighton. Moreover, a multimedia room for entertainment and a coffee area to relax with friends make this property more excellent. CCTV cameras for student security and safety. Your rent, water, electricity, wifi, and heating bills are included. Dive into excellence, and you embark on your academic journey with Pavilion Point as your home away from home.

Commute

Pavilion Point Brighton, the daily commute is a breeze, with various public transport options at your doorstep. Brighton Railway Station serves as a hub for those seeking to venture further, while nearby London Road (Brighton) Station is perfect for local travel. Hop on a bus at London Road Shops, Open Market (Stop M) and St. Peter's Church bus stop for a direct route to many corners of the city, or choose the eco-friendly option with available bicycle lanes leading to academic and city hotspots. With Pavilion Point student accommodation in Brighton, you're centrally placed to make the most of your student life without the hassle of long commutes.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How far is the hall of residence from my school/college?

At the time of booking, please let us know the name, address, and postcode of the school/college where you will be studying. We will then be able to advise you as to which residences would be most convenient for your place of study. We will also direct you to the appropriate websites which will help you to calculate your journey time.

How many people will live with me in the hall of residence?

That will depend upon the hall of residence. Rooms in many halls of residence are arranged in ‘cluster flats’ (apartments) where between 3 and 8 rooms share a communal kitchen/dining area and sometimes bathrooms (when bedrooms do not have private en-suite bathrooms).

If my hall of residence is configured in ‘flats’ (apartments) who else will be staying in the same flat?

You will normally be sharing your flat with other students attending language schools college or university courses. Your ‘flatmates’ may be from a variety of different countries.

Can I have my own room?

The majority of their buildings offer single rooms while a few others offer twin and double rooms.

If I book a twin share room, who will I be sharing with?

You will be sharing with another person of the same gender as you. You may also book a twin room if you are arriving with a friend, partner or family member.

Can I book to stay in a single-sex apartment (i.e. all girls or all boys)?

This is not usually possible, although it can occasionally be arranged if you are traveling as a part of a group and if it is requested well in advance.

Do I need to bring bed linen?

No, all bed linen is provided. In some halls of residence, bed linen is laundered and changed weekly while in others you will be expected to launder your own. Please make sure that, if you bring your own linen, it is clearly marked and kept well away from the bed on linen change day (if applicable). They cannot be held responsible for any linen that is taken by mistake unless it has been removed from the bed and clearly labeled. Please refer to each individual residence page to find out if your hall of residence provides a bed linen laundering service.

Do I need to bring towels?

Some of their halls of residence provide bath towels while others do not.

If I book a hall of residence that has shared bathrooms, how many people will share the bathroom?

This depends upon the size of the ‘cluster flat’ in which your room is situated. Normally a maximum of 5 students will share a bathroom.

What does self-catering mean?

Self-catering is when there are no meals provided with the accommodation, but students have access to fully equipped kitchens where they can prepare their own meals. The majority of halls of residence are self-catering. (Please refer to each individual residence page for details).

Do I have kitchen facilities?

Yes, all of their self-catering residences have fully equipped kitchens. You are expected to provide your own washing up liquid and clothes.

What happens if I don’t know how to work something in my residence?

Ask others in the residence if you are unsure how to work something, alternatively, ask a member of the residence staff to assist you or provide you with written instructions.

Do I have a phone in my hall of residence?

Some halls of residence have pay phones in public areas or have apartments with phones that are programmed to accept incoming calls only, where you may only be able to dial out using a phone card or an 0800 number. However, they recommend that you bring your own mobile phone or purchase a ‘pay-as-you-go’ phone while you are here.

Do I have computer/internet facilities in my building? What will it cost?

All residence buildings have Internet facilities, but you will need to bring your own computer. Most residences offer free internet access but where there is a charge, the cost may vary according to the residence concerned. (Please refer to each individual residence page for details).

What happens if the Internet is not working?

Contact the management representative or on-site residence staff to report it. If your computer rather than the Internet facilities are the cause of the problem, They will help in any way that they can but cannot be held responsible for any problems related to your computer.

Will I have laundry facilities?

All their residential accommodation has laundry facilities on-site. Some residences have coin-operated washing machines and dryers while others have machines in the kitchen of each flat. There are also irons for you to borrow. Please refer to each individual residence page for details.

Will I have a television?

There is a television in the student lounge of all halls of residence.

What happens if I lose my key?

Unfortunately, there is a charge for lost keys. Please immediately report the loss to the management representative or on-site residence staff. Please ensure that you do not have anything with you identifying your address with the keys, as this means they will have to change the locks for the whole building.

Where should I have my mail sent?

You should have your mail sent to the address of your hall of residence.

Can my friends stay in my apartment when they come to visit?

Unfortunately, overnight guests are strictly prohibited in most halls of residence, especially those offering single rooms only. Occasionally, overnight stays (of no more than 3 nights) can be arranged in certain residences which offer twin or double rooms. Prior permission must be obtained in advance from management's office and an additional charge will apply. If you have friends and family who are coming to visit then please let us know, and they can assist you with arranging accommodation for them.

When will my apartment be cleaned?

This varies according to the facilities available at each individual hall of residence. You are, however, expected to keep your room tidy and clean the kitchen after using including washing dishes. Failure to do so could result in you being charged for professional cleaning. Bathrooms should be left clean and dry.

What happens if I break or damage furnishings or china/glassware?

They understand that occasional breakages occur in the kitchen and they do not normally charge for these unless they are excessive. Breakages and damage, such as to furniture and carpets/curtains, may be charged for or the cost deducted from your deposit.

How much do I have to pay to secure the room?

Full prepayment for stays of up to and including 13 weeks is required, as described on the pro-forma invoice, which will be sent to you at the time of booking.

I am staying for longer than 13 weeks. Is it possible for me to pay in installments and do you have a payment plan option?

Yes

Why is a deposit required and how can I get it back at the end of my stay? How long does it take? How will it be refunded?

A deposit of £250.00 is required at most halls of residence (with the exception of summer-only halls of residence). The purpose of the deposit is to cover the cost of any damage or breakages caused by students during their stay, as well as to act as a guarantee against non-payment of accommodation fees. Deposits must be paid in advance (prior to arrival) by credit card or bank transfer. They regret that they are not able to accept cash on arrival. They will refund your deposit (less any deductions for damage/breakage or accommodation fees) within 28 days after you leave the hall of residence. Deposits cannot be refunded in cash.

Where will my accommodation be located?

All our accommodation is located near underground stations. A full description, including information on the location can be found on our web site (please refer to each individual accommodation page for details) and information will be provided to you upon confirmation of your booking.

What happens when I check in?

When you check in, you will be met at the property by a member of Britannia staff or the property representative. You will be advised about the procedure when your booking is confirmed.

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Student Accomodations in Brighton and Hove

Brighton and Hove Student Accommodation

For students seeking quality Brighton and Hove student accommodation, there's a plethora of choices beyond the university dorms. Opting for off-campus housing in Brighton and Hove can offer greater independence, space, and a chance to immerse in the local culture. Amber is at the forefront of facilitating this shift, providing a seamless search experience for those pursuing studies at nearby educational institutions such as Bellerbys College, Kings Brighton, University of Brighton, and University of Sussex.

Amber is the perfect platform to simplify the hunt for the perfect student accommodation in Brighton and Hove. It showcases a range of room types, from en-suite rooms to fully-fledged studio apartments, all situated in convenient locations that cater to students' lifestyles. These accommodations come packed with amenities to support students' academic and leisure pursuits. Properties like the modernistic Ravilious House, iQ Brighton, Promenade Student Living, and many other vibrant student apartments in Brighton and Hove exemplify the top-notch living spaces available. These accommodations not only meet the high standards for comfort and security but also place students in the heart of Brighton and Hove, ensuring a memorable student experience.

About Brighton and Hove

Brighton, with 2.9 million people, ranks 26th and received the highest score for the Student Mix indicator thanks to its sizable and diverse student body. The two highly regarded universities in the city have a sizable foreign student body, with 27% of the total enrollment originating from countries other than the UK. Despite being primarily recognised for its colourful beachfront, the south coast city is more than just a coastal resort. Brighton and Hove offers various activities and tourist attractions like the Royal Pavilion, Brighton i360 and Brighton Palace Pier. One of the two central regions that make up the City of Brighton is the beach resort of Brighton, which is situated on the south coast of England.

The variety of independent restaurants and nightlife locations in Brighton are worth the visit. To make the most of their time at school, students who attend the University of Brighton and the University of Sussex reside in Brighton. The Brighton and Hove student accommodations can cater to all your preferences, like prices, tastes, and styles to match. Brighton is renowned for being a location that has always provided an escape. It has always been unique. There is a lot of attitude in these cities. Freethinkers, business people, and entertainers call this place home. The city is vibrant, innovative, and bohemian. 20 thousand students are living there, both local and international.

Best Student Accommodation in Brighton and Hove

Brighton and Hove is home to many major universities, and students flock to the city from all around the world every year. At such events, university housing is overflowing with students, leaving them on waiting lists for months and months; the private student accommodation in Brighton and Hove provided by amber will help you find affordable and convenient housing near your university. You can filter your search by choosing the amenities you prefer and room types and then come across the desired results. Below, we mention the popular student apartments in Brighton and Hove:

1. Holden Court

2. Vogue Studios

3. IQ Abacus House

4. Crown House

5. iQ Sawmills

6. The Stoneworks

7. Alumno Falmer

8. Britannia Study Hotel

9. Pavilion Point

10. Brighton Beach Suites

Cost of Living in Brighton and Hove

Brighton and Hove have an average cost of living in the top 22% of global cities. Although your estimated cost of living may not turn out as expected, you must keep a record to be safer and make the process of choosing student accommodation in Brighton and Hove easier.

1. Rent: £195 to £270 /month
2. Groceries: £100 to £150 /month
3. Food: £350 to £450 /month
4. Transport: £40 to £50 /month
5. Laundry: £25 to £40 /month
6. Stationery and textbooks: £20 to £30 /month
7. Clothing: £50 to £75 /month
8. Movie ticket: £7 to £10

Student Travel Brighton and Hove

The University of Brighton has four campuses: Eastbourne, Falmer, City, and Moulsecoomb. Students can quickly go to the surrounding areas because the Brighton and Hove campus is located on Grand Parade, just a few minutes away from the city centre and off campus student accommodation in Brighton and Hove. The extensive Stoke Park Road network, which spans the entire city and includes the University of Brighton, is well known. The Brighton and Hove transportation system is separated into numerous zones encompassing the city's prominent areas. Most transportation options are tied to the student housing options we provide in Brighton to make your stay and travel simple. Make your stay a little less expensive by considering the travel costs, which are also very reasonable.

1. Bus: In Brighton, a single trip costs £2.70 per standard. The bus operator National Express can take you in and out of Brighton. You must issue a card and check the bus schedules for hassle-free travel. If you tend to use cash, make sure you keep the exact amount of the fare.

2. Rail: A single person's daily train costs range from £15 to £20.  If you are a first-year student, you should speak with the local railroad authority and request a discount. The Brighton and Hove PlusBus pass is an electronic ticket that may be used on buses, the underground, and some overground train lines.

3. Bicycle: Riding your bike to the university or running errands will be more convenient and affordable. Bike stands are available at prominent blocks and have separate lanes on the road, you could easily rent a bike and use it for small commutes around the city.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Brighton and Hove

Brighton and Hove are among the world's most energetic cities. Capturing students' interest as soon as they enter this warm and pleasant setting. The University of Brighton offers a hugely diversified culture, a rich legacy, a vibrant and dynamic nightlife, museums and galleries, sports facilities, theatres, and music halls for students to enjoy. Every area of the city is covered in greenery. Some of England's most stunning parks can be found in Brighton and Hove City, including Withdeen Park, which is only a short distance from the university campus and is the ideal place to unwind and breathe fresh air after your lectures.

Preston Park is yet another fantastic option, commuters who prefer a little more peace will find this place to be excellent. The best of both worlds may be found in Preston Park.

If you're strapped for cash and want to visit a low-cost bar or restaurant, consider Kooks Restaurant and The Witchez Restaurant in Brighton and Hove, where you can find mouthwatering cuisine at reasonable prices, like pizza, burritos, and other Italian and continental fare. Want to experience Brighton and Hove's nightlife? Visit East Street Tap Pub or Zahara Nightclub for the newest tunes and an engaging musical experience from well-known local DJs and musicians.

Brighton and Hove Tourist Attractions

Brighton and Hove has a rich history and monuments. These cities are well known for their culture, sustainability and landmarks. One must always indulge in the curiosity of knowing new cultures and history to enjoy visiting a foreign country truly. Once you find the perfect accommodation in Brighton and Hove for students to rent, add these places to your itinerary:

1. Royal Pavilion
2. The Lanes
3. British Airways i360
4. Brighton Beach
5. Brighton Palace Pier
6. North Laine
7. Brighton Dome

Universities in Brighton And Hove

Brighton and Hove are home to some renowned universities with specialised courses; students flock here to expand the horizons of their career opportunities. Some of the top universities in the city are:

1. University of Brighton (Grand Parade Campus)
2. Kings Brighton
3. BIMM, Brighton and Hove
4. University of Brighton
5. University of Brighton (Moulsecoob Campus)
6. University of Sussex

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