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LSE Passfield Hall
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Passfield could not be better located in leafy Bloomsbury. It is just two minutes walk to the British Museum. The West End of London with its famous shops, theatres and sights is all within 10 minutes walk.
Single, twin and triple rooms are available offering a little more privacy than a bed in a shared dormitory. Bathrooms are shared by, on average, six rooms. The price includes linen, towels, housekeeping and your choice of English or continental breakfast. Breakfast is served in the dining room overlooking the garden.
Passfield has all you need for a great stay in London. There are communal kitchens (kettle, microwave, toaster, hob, fridges), a TV room, common room, pool table and a pay-as-you-go laundry. There is FREE WIFI throughout the buildings and in each room.
Passfield has a friendly reception desk open between 7:30am and 10pm, offering advice on local attractions, transport etc. Outside of these times reception is staffed by security. You can check-in to your room from 3pm and should check-out by 10.30am. If you are in London before or after these times we will happily store your luggage. We have 24 hour access with no curfew.
PLEASE NOTE: there will be no luggage storage facility on 28th September 2014 as our students will be returning. The closest storage facilities are at Euston and King's Cross stations.
As Passfield is a Grade II listed building some of the Hall is only accessible by stairs. Some rooms are accessible by lift and a small number of wheelchair accessible single rooms are available upon request.
External re-decoration of all three buildings at Passfield Hall is planned for August 2014 and is expected to last 2 months.
This project will involve assembly of scaffolding and restrictions at times.
We endeavour to keep our residents informed throughout the process to ensure safety and keep disruption to low level.
***Passfield Hall is a student residence owned and managed by the London School of Economics. During the university vacations it operates as a Bed and Breakfast offering great value central London accommodation. All profits go towards supporting student accommodation***