Saturday, August 20, 2016
Here at HallBookers, the UK’s independent student accommodation review website, we’ve heard it all - stories of the sparks of true love, living side by side with vermin, and even heroism in tackling student-hall-fiends.
But (we hear you ask), who is, definitively, the best student hall provider in London?
“The management and staff ...will make every effort to help you solve your problems” – Hang, Pure Hammersmith
“Perfect for students!” –Anonymous, Pure Highbury
“…it’s really sad that my contract will end soon” – Cristina, Pure Highbury
“My Heart, My Home!!” – Pure City Fan, Pure City
“The team are so lovely they’re like my family when I’m away from home.” - Mollie, Pure Aldgate
Based on our unbiased, independent (and sometimes down right odd) resident reviews, Pure Student Living takes the crown – hurrah!
Pure Student Living (now affiliated with CRM Students) is a high-end provider focusing on offering students modern and bright properties, in convenient locations.
Recent Pure Student Living reviews including quotes such as “Perfect Accommodation”, “10/10” and “Amazing Halls”, it’s clear why. One love struck couple, even took to detailing how instrumental one of Pure’s properties was in the formation of their relationship –
“That night I met the love of my life; needless to say that I am infinitely grateful for this occurrence, which could not have happened anywhere else.”
Who knew student accommodation could have this sort of effect on students? (We did).
Properties such as Pure Hammersmith scored almost full marks across the board in HallBookers unique ranking criteria. With properties fully kitted out, securely enclosed, and thoughtfully managed, Pure Student Living is the spearhead of the future of UK Student accommodation.
Congratulations to Pure, voted Best London Student Hall Provider 2016, by our independent, student reviews.
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*Note: Rankings were accurate at the time of writing this article, August 2016*