Student Accommodation

University Area Guides

Find out more about the various different areas of London where you can call home whilst you’re studying in London.


  • Covent Garden is one of London’s leading areas for shopping and entertainment, with a number of global brands having made the area their home.

  • Fitzrovia is a district of central London that spans two of London’s largest and most popular Boroughs – Westminster and Camden.

  • Fulham is a typical suburban area of London complete with leafy green spaces, smart and relaxed wine bars and riverside views.

  • Over the years central London has been completely transformed. Many believed that it had become an area filled with commercial properties and international businesses, but today areas such as Holborn have changed this perception.

  • London is a vibrant city with plenty to see and do whether you’re someone moving to the capital from another part of the UK, moving across the city to find your first student property with friends or course mates, or coming to the UK to study for the first time.

  • Mayfair is widely regarded as being one of the most expensive districts in London, and also in the world.

  • Paddington, formerly a London Borough of its own, was integrated with the City of Westminster in 1965 but remains an influential area of the capital.

  • Soho is one of London’s most vibrant, exciting and unique areas with countless places to grab a bite to eat, socialise and wander around discovering new places and things to see.

  • No area of London has been regenerated to quite the same extent as the Docklands.