FAQ

How do I book a room?

The easiest way is to start a LiveChat in the bottom right hand of your screen and we will walk you through the process and answer any questions. Alternatively, click the book now button on the hall page and fill out the check out page.

What is the booking procedure?

Once you let us know what room you want we can send you a link to pay your £250 deposit to secure your room. After this we will help you with any documents, picking the best flatmates and any other matters before moving in.

Are there any incentives for booking through Hallbookers?

Yes, we provide you with a £60 Amazon voucher.

Can I pay the rent in instalments?

If you have a UK guarantor you will be able to pay with between 3-8 instalments. If you don’t have a UK guarantor you may need to pay up front or you can use housinghand.com who charge a fee to act as a UK guarantor for you.

Can I arrange a viewing/skype viewing?

Yes of course. The easiest way is to speak to us in the LiveChat in the bottom right hand corner of your screen. Alternatively send us an email to info@hallbookers.co.uk or call +44 203 086 7033.

What are the cancelation terms?

This varies from hall to hall and the time of the year, but most are very flexible. Start a LiveChat in the bottom right hand corner of the screen and we can let you know the exact details for individual halls.

Can you give discounts?

The prices we list are direct from the hall provider and won’t be cheaper anywhere else. Unless there is a promotion on we don’t offer discounts as we already have the cheapest prices and provide a free £60 Amazon voucher.

Can I choose my room?

Yes, you can put requests in to be with certain types of students, eg. First years, postgraduates, internationals, business students… etc. We can also assist you to find the best possible room in the building, this might mean a better view or slightly larger in size. Speak to us in LiveChat to see if we can help.

What is included in the price?

The rent and any other bills on top. This includes your council tax, electricity, internet, water and gas.