Summary

Self catering student rooms in the heart of fashionable Hoxton. Reception operating hours are Monday – Friday 9am-5pm; Weekends 8am – 8pm

Introduction

Alexander Fleming House is located in the business district of London, near to St Paul's Cathedral and the Barbican Arts Centre. The halls consist of three separate buildings with private single study bedrooms of 4/6 or 8 in self-contained flats with wash basins. The bathroom and kitchen/diner is shared only with the other occupants of the flat.

Situated on a pleasant paved piazza, this hall is ideal for the traveller wanting to get a real feel for the sights and sounds of London.

This part of London is very diverse in its culture and atmosphere, attracting artists and designers as well as large financial institutions and banks. Close by are the colourful markets of the East End as well as the more traditional tourist sights.

There are good transport links to the West End and theatre land. The halls are also safe, clean and secure with friendly staff on hand to make sure your stay is a happy and memorable one.

With regret children are not permitted at this residence as there is a limit to 1 person per bedroom and children are not allowed to stay in a bedroom by themselves.

Food and Drinks

There are cooking utensils, cutlery and crockery in every kitchen for your use. Please wash up and return borrowed items when you have finished using them.

There is a wide range of restaurants in the area, offering local and international cuisines. A very popular Greek restaurant is situated on the square outside the Hall, serving authentic Greek food. There is also a café for drinks and light refreshments. Brick Lane, a short distance away, is famous for its curries. Hoxton Street and Pitfield Street are ideal for take-away fish and chips and vegetarian cafés. Old Street has many chain restaurants. Islington offers a variety of foreign cuisine in some of the most highly recommended restaurants.

Other facilities

Free wireless internet.

There is a coin-operated launderette on the ground floor of Building A, situated on Pitfield Street. Detergent and other laundry products can be purchased from local shops. You will find an ironing board in every kitchen.

Summary

20th century buildings

No parking onsite

No smoking

Minimum age 18

Facilities

Free broadband access (wifi)

Self-catering facilities

24 hour security

Iron/ironing board

Food and Drinks

Self-catering facilities

Nearby recreations

Pub (walking distance)

Recommended restaurants (walking distance)

Age restrictions

Minimum age 18

Alexander Fleming House, Hoxton, London - Reviews

4.0/5.0

Based on 468 reviews
Service 4.1
Rooms 3.7
Food 3.0
Website 4.2
Value 4.2
Overall Experience 3.9

Good value for money
Miss Eszter H

Good reliable company ,keep it up
Mr Robert M

Its a perfect location! Bert clean andere complete. I enjoyed the Stay, i Will come again!
Mrs Guusje S

An excellent location, with easy access to all of London by tube or bus. A spotlessly clean room. And a genuinely warm reception. I shall be very happy to go back.
Mr Richard G

Really pleased with my stay. Spotlessly clean, great location and such good value for money. Will definitely stay with you again. Many thanks.
Mrs Audrey M

Adequate accommodation for a short visit to London and located in a pleasant area. Staff polite and helpful.
Prof Michael A

As always an excellent stay. Will be back
Mr Huw W

I really enjoyed my stay, the location was fantastic and the room was spotless. Although the building isn't new, the all facilities are quite modern. The only slight minus was that the room was extremely warm - but that's definitely preferable to it being too cold, so not too much of a problem. Will be booking again.
Dr Luzia T

I had a very pleasant stay in London, thanks.
Mrs Tilly C

Comfortable and spotlessly clean in amazing location. Would highly recommend!
Mrs Ann E

Travel Info

Address: 3 Hoxton Market, Pitfield Street, London, LondonN1 6HG, United Kingdom

Check In: From 2.00pm Check Out: By 10.00am

Please check-in at Reception on the ground floor, where you will be given keys to your room and the front door. If you arrive early, you may be able to leave your luggage with Reception. The University, however, cannot be responsible for any loss of or damage to your possession

The closest Tube station is Old Street (Exit 2), served by the Northern Line.

The nearest train station is Liverpool Street, which is where the Stansted Express arrives.