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Urbanest King's Cross is a contemporary student accommodation in London that takes university living to another level. Offering a range of spacious ensuite rooms and studios overlooking the beautiful London city, this accommodation is perfect for students looking for a new home in the city. University of London is just a 9-minute drive away and University College London is an 11-minute drive away from the property, making it ideal for students. 


Urbanest King's Cross lets you choose from a range of ensuite rooms and studios that is fully furnished with a memory foam bed, personal study area, storage space and a window with panoramic view of the city. The rooms also have an attached bathroom and a fully fitted, modern kitchen. The accommodation has a social space on the 13th floor that offers a mesmerizing view and ample space to socialize. You also get peaceful study rooms, free iMac stations, lounge area with table tennis setup, an on-site restaurant named Cut and Grind, cinema room, bike storage, laundry facilities and so on. The high-speed wi-fi and full time CCTV surveillance are added bonus, along with an all-inclusive bill. 

Location and What's Hot?

London is going to be your open playground as Urbanest King's Cross is located in the heart of the city. One of the hottest city attractions, Madam Tussauds is located a short ride away from the property and The London Canal Museum is just 13-minute walk away. The area is also dotted with so many restaurants like Pizza Express, Nandos and Five Guys along with places to do grocery shopping like Waitrose and Partners. 


Urbanest King's Cross is located is in a prime spot that will make your time in the city a lot of easier. The accommodation is just a 2-minute walk away from Randells Road (Stop F), a 5-minute walk away from Vale Royal (Stop P) and a short walk away from the Kings Cross St Pancras Underground Station thatll give you access to 6 London underground lines. 

Room Amenities
75 Mbps broadband
Study area
Microwave & oven combi
Underfloor Heating
Fridge & Freezer
Ironing board
Luxury shower room
wheel chair accessibility
Common Amenities
24/7 on-site support team
Communal relaxing & study area
Bike storage and free to use bikes
Electronic key fob entry system
Laundry Room
Disabled Access
gaming area
Safety and Security
Bills Included

Room Types

Room in a 3 person flat

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Private Room
Shared Bathroom
Shared Kitchen
Area9 sqm
Room Amenities
Desk and Chair
Two luxury shower rooms
Microwave / Grill
Ceramic hob and oven
Dining table and chairs
Fridge / Freezer

Situated on the thirteenth floor, this is a spacious private room in a 3 bedroom apartment sharing 2 luxury shower rooms and a modern galley kitchen. Each bedroom features a built-in desk and desk chair in front of a panoramic window, a comfortable small double bed with memory foam mattress, wardrobe, lots of storage and underfloor heating. The kitchen includes modern appliances such as a dishwasher, fan oven, fridge/freezer and microwave/grill. 

Duration:51 week
Move in:18 Sep, 2022

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En-suite Room in a 8 Person Flat

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Private Room
Private Bathroom
Shared Kitchen
Duration:51 week
Move in:9 Sep, 2022

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