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Student Accommodation Kingston

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Student accommodation in Kingston

It's never been simpler to find student housing in Kingston; with Casita’s assistance, you'll find the ideal place for your college life in no time.

With assistance from our team, you can choose from one of our elegant studio rooms, en-suite rooms, and single rooms using Casita website.

Choose from various living alternatives, including Kingston’s top universities' convenient student housing dispersed throughout the city. What are you waiting for?? Now is the time to start the easiest booking process with Casita!

About Kingston

Kingston upon Thames (hyphenated until 1965, colloquially known as Kingston) is a town in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames in the English county of South West London. It is 10 miles southwest of Charing Cross on the River Thames. It is notable as the ancient market town where Saxon kings were crowned, and it now serves as the administrative centre for the Royal Borough.

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Historically in the county of Surrey, the ancient parish of Kingston was absorbed into the newly formed Municipal Borough of Kingston-upon-Thames in 1835. From 1893 to 2021, it was the home of Surrey County Council, which had been run extraterritorially since 1965, when Kingston became a part of Greater London.

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The town centre is now in the KT1 postcode area, but some areas north of Kingston railway station are in the KT2 postcode area. The town (comprising the four wards of Canbury, Grove, Norbiton, and Tudor) had a population of 43,013, while the borough had a population of 175,470. Kingston is designated as a metropolitan centre in the London Plan and one of the largest retail centres in the United Kingdom, with 18 million visitors annually. Kingston University is also located there.

Best Places to Live in Kingston

New Malden

You can find Arbury Court Kingston student accommodation a decent place to stay while enjoying your student life in Kingston. In Arbury Court Kingston, there are two different room types are available for students: studios and ensuites. Five other studio rooms are available: Gold Studio, Silver Studio, Bronze Studio, Platinum Studio, and Platinum Plus Studio. A private kitchen, an ensuite bathroom, and Wi-Fi are amenities existed in every studio.

Penrhyn Road 

It is a lively neighbourhood home to various establishments and is only a seven-minute walk from The Ancient Market. Riverside Walk Kingston is the place to go if you want mouthwatering food and a breathtaking view. It has numerous locations where you can view artwork and more than five restaurants with views of the River Thames. You can find Davidson House student housing a great choice to enjoy your university life.

Cost of Living 

Students who desire to study in Kingston while attending one of its universities won't have trouble. It costs around (£600) every month without paying rent.

Transportation in Kingston 

In general, England is known to have one of the most convenient transportation systems in the world. Over 40 bus routes, including eight-night buses, are served by Kingston Town Centre. They run a regular bus service that travels through the Borough, Greater London, Surrey, and Heathrow Airport.

South Western Railway operates a train from London Waterloo to Kingston every 15 minutes. The 27-minute trip costs between 5 and 11 GBP for tickets. As an alternative, London Buses offers hourly service from Fairfield Bus Station, Whitehall Trafalgar Square, and Charing Cross. The trip costs 2 GBP and takes 53 minutes.

Numerous local bus stops throughout the city serve both local and out-of-towners. The daily cost of a bus ticket in London ranges between 2 and 5 GBP. Additionally, students can buy an "Oyster Card" bus pass, which significantly lowers the cost of local transportation.

Student life in Kingston 

University life with deadlines, tests, and exams gets students hectic. However, they have many fun activities that help them develop their interests in different areas. You can go to the Riverside Walk to relax and break up your routine, enjoy the tranquil Thames in the evening, and call it a day after. You can also go to the Canbury Gardens, which are by the river and are a haven for people who want to get away from the bustle of the city and be in nature. Visit the Rose Theatre, which has hosted some of the most well-known figures in UK history and is home to beautiful plays.

Eat at Fish Kitchen - This welcoming neighbourhood restaurant serves flavourful, traditional fish and chips. A fish butty is a fantastic option for a satisfying lunch. From shopping at the Bentall Shopping Centre to regional independent stores and boutiques, Kingston has a unique culture. Enjoy a park run. With numerous important events held in the parks each year, such as the renowned Parkrun at Bushy Park and weekly local running clubs, this is a great place to learn how to run or improve your running abilities.

Attractions in Kingston

Thanks to its stunning geography, Kingston is home to a wealth of tourist attractions. Students can explore the city's attraction sites if they want to unwind and take a break from their academic lives. Students may visit places like Ham House and Garden of the National Trust, and Richmond Park.

Richmond Park

The largest of London's Royal Parks and a vital site for the preservation of wildlife, Richmond Park is located in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. Charles I built it as a deer park in the 17th century. In addition to being listed at Grade I on Historic England's Register of Historic Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in England, it is currently a national nature reserve, a Site of Special Scientific Interest, and a Special Area of Conservation. Numerous well-known artists have been influenced by its landscapes, and it has served as a backdrop for numerous movies and TV shows.

Ham House 

In Ham, a neighbourhood in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, south of Richmond, stands Ham House, a 17th-century residence surrounded by formal gardens on the banks of the River Thames. Thomas Vavasour, an Elizabethan courtier and James I's Knight Marshal, finished the original house in 1610. After that, Charles I's close friend and supporter William Murray leased it before eventually purchasing it. The home and a large portion of the estate were sequestrated during the English Civil War, but Murray's wife Katherine was able to reclaim them after paying a fine. After her father died in 1655, his daughter Elizabeth, Countess of Dysart, successfully navigated the prevailing anti-royalist sentiment and kept control of the estate during the Protectorate.

Universities at Kingston

Kingston University

  • Only a 15-minute walk separates our available accommodation options from the university.

  • Numerous bus stops surround the campus.

  • The university is a 10-minute stroll from Kingston Museum.

University of Roehampton

  • All our dorm rooms for students are a 40-minute bus ride from campus.

  • Many transportation options close by are many transportation options close by that make it simpler to get to your classes.

  • You can reach the picturesque Hanwell Flight of Locks after a brief ride.

Nearby Cities 

Casita also provides student accommodations in nearby cities like London, Oxford, and Windsor.

Frequently Asked Questions:

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When should I start looking for Kingston student accommodation?


It is advised that you start your search for student housing in Kingston early because it is preferable to finish this process as soon as possible. Casita can also assist you with most steps, including the choice of room, amenities offered, location, and housing near your university.


2.

When should I book my accommodation for the September intake?

You should find housing six months before your intake. To get a room in Kingston, make a reservation between January and March.


3.

Are there short-term stays in Kingston?


Yes, but you should ensure that student housing is still available during the period you require at Kingstone. You can find a location that allows short-term stays with the assistance of a Casita lodging consultant.


4.

How much rent does a student pay for accommodation in Kingston?


The average cost of a studio or single room for students in Kingston is about 250-310 pounds per week. Depending on the provider, other room types, like studios or en-suite rooms, may be more expensive.


5.

How do I pay for my student room in Kingston?


Your debit and net banking cards can both be used to make payments. You can get help with the entire payment process from Casita's payment portal.


6.

Can I pay my student accommodation rent in instalments?


Rent payments may be paid over time. However, some providers might demand that you have a UK guarantor. You can get more information regarding this topic from Casita website.


7.

Are bills included in my rent?


Depending on the provider, the price can vary; however, many student housing options in Kingston include utilities like gas, water, and electricity as part of the rent. Some additionally offer Wi-Fi and insurance without charging extra. To speak with a housing specialist or check the listing pages for specific rent inclusions, it is suggested that you check the listing page existed on our website regarding the desired place you want to book.


8.

Can I get discounts for student accommodation in Kingston?


Yes, students can save money and pay less rent in Kingston if they book their reservations in advance. Making a group reservation is another way to reduce your rent costs. Keep checking our website for the most recent promotions, as more are frequently offered.


9.

How do I complete my booking?


Once you enquire on our website, one of our accommodation experts will contact you to proceed with the booking of your room of choice or offer you alternatives if the room is not available for your dates. To enquire, simply choose a room and click on the " Enquire" button, then fill out the enquiry form you see in front of you.


10.

What is a guarantor, and will I need one?


A guarantor is someone who signs the rental agreement alongside you and promises to pay the rent in case of your absence. Anyone could serve as a guarantor. They are typically family members, however. Finding a guarantor is necessary if you intend to study or live in Kingston because most landlords in the UK require one.


11.

What should I look for when booking Kingston student accommodation?


You should look for Kingston student housing that offers all-inclusive rates, fully furnished options, accommodations close to your desired university, and student residences with any necessary amenities you might require, such as Wi-Fi, secure parking, and on-site laundry facilities, among other things. Visit our website to know more.


12.

What are the best areas for students to live in Kingston?


Kingston has many neighbourhoods and places where students can have fun while studying. The best areas of Kingston are Penrhyn Road and New Malden.


13.

What are different accommodation types available for students in Kingston?


Accommodation types in Kingston are mostly PBSAs studio rooms, en-suite, and single rooms.


14.

Can I get a furnished student room in Kingston?


You can quickly find fully furnished rooms in Kingston that come with all the essentials, including a bed, wardrobe, study area with a desk and air, bathroom, and fully equipped kitchen, using Casita services.


15.

Can I see the property before moving in?


Virtual tours of the property or online viewings via Skype or Zoom are offered by almost all Kingston student housing options, allowing you to see your potential new home before moving in.


16.

What’s the best mode of transportation in Kingston?


By bus: Kingston Town Centre serves approximately 40 bus routes, including eight-night buses. They operate a regular bus service throughout the Borough, Greater London, Surrey, and Heathrow Airport.


17.

What is dual occupancy student accommodation?


Dual occupancy is commonly used to describe one- or two-bedroom homes where additional guests can stay for the same or slightly higher price.


18.

What are anti-COVID measures in place at student accommodations in Kingston?


The majority of Kingston student housing providers have recently increased their cleaning and sanitisation efforts in student residences and common areas; some even provide free weekly cleanings. For more information on the COVID measures in your preferred building, contact your accommodation expert.


19.

Is it safe to rent private student accommodation?


Yes, all of the providers are reliable, and Casita takes the necessary security measures before getting in touch with and listing any of them on the website.


20.

Are these accommodations secure?


Most of the buildings we list on our website have been carefully secured. Students should always search for trustworthy and safe housing in Kingston. Additionally, the majority of service providers set up 24-hour security systems and CCTV cameras.


21.

Can only students book with Casita?


Most of the buildings we list on our website have been carefully secured. Students should always search for trustworthy and safe housing in Kingston. Additionally, the majority of service providers set up 24-hour security systems and CCTV cameras.


22.

Can my parents or guardian stay for the first few days when I arrive?


While some student housing options in Kingston permit parents or guardians to spend the night, each residence hall has its own guest policy. To know all the necessary information, it is advised that you check with the provider or speak with a lodging specialist.


23.

Can I stay with a friend at my student accommodation in Kingston?


This matter is mainly decided by the accommodation policy and service you select. Usually, you can live with friends in a shared apartment. But you might need to make a small payment or rent a double occupancy unit. However, it would help if you first got in touch with the provider because this point initially depends on them.


24.

What if I don’t like my accommodation after moving in?


At Casita, we make every effort to locate accommodations that respect your preferences and top priorities. Because cancellation policies differ from one provider to another, you should contact the provider again if you don't like your accommodations because of unanticipated or unacceptable circumstances.


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