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Living at Southampton Crossings
If you’re thinking of studying in Southampton, Southampton Crossings is the perfect place to have that complete student experience. And it is right at the heart of this historic port city…
So, what’s Southampton like?
Situated at Cumberland Place, Southampton Crossings is right across from Watts Park, a beautiful urban area that’s perfect to explore and relax in. Solent University is just a five-minute walk, and the University of Southampton is less than twenty minutes by bus.
You will find a local Tesco and Sainsbury’s a short walk away. And Bedford Place is dotted with a variety of different bars and restaurants for all your night out/dine out needs.
In fact, wherever you end up walking, whether it’s down to the waterside at Ocean Village or the vast Portland Terrace – you’ll find something that will catch your eye regardless of the weather.
Opened in 2020, Southampton Crossings is modern and spacious – it’s the perfect place to have new and exciting experiences and meet new friends.
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Choosing your room
You can choose from En-suite rooms (from £153 pw) arranged into four, five and six-bedroom cluster flats. With your own private bathroom and shared kitchen. Also available are our self-contained studios with their own kitchen and bathroom from £190 pw if you’d prefer something more private.
Available in all rooms is free 200Mb Wired Internet and 100Mb Wi-Fi so you’re always connected.
Facilities at Southampton Crossings
Life at Southampton Crossings could never be described as slow; not with the large selection of facilities on-site for you to use to socialise with flatmates and friends, or if you want time to yourself – you can always find somewhere to just be.
As you walk into the reception area you will find our friendly team who are always happy to chat and can answer any questions you may have.
As always with Host there’s a dedicated maintenance team who will take care of any issues that may crop up during your time with us, so you can focus on having the best student experience.
Southampton Crossings has a split common room experience. With a large TV and seating for spending some quality time with friends and a quieter area to relax in. The study rooms are cosy and perfect for any type of study session.
The Karaoke lounge has a cool vibe and is a great place to challenge your flatmates and sing the classics. Of course classic mirror ball also included.
The on-site gym supplies cardio equipment and weights to ensure you have the tools to plan your optimal work out. Cycle enthusiast? There is plenty of space for parking your bike and Southampton has many cycling routes for you to explore.
At the very top of Southampton Crossings, you will find a private dining suite perfect for hosting special occasions like birthdays. Or even just celebrating wrapping up of exams. Additionally, there is also a rooftop garden and seating to enjoy optimal sunning time.
Check out the latest promotions we have currently running including Revised Payment Plans and a Free Quarantine Period. Find out more and take a look at the T&C’s here.
If you have any questions or would like to learn more, you can contact our on-site management team on +44 (0) 238 000 2355 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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