Tower Bridge London Address
Better Student Living at Tower Bridge
urbanest Tower Bridge is located in the heart of the historic City of London. A City within a City, this area is where the original Roman settlement was based and grew on the Banks of the Thames.
As a result it is home to some of London’s most historic monuments. Tower Bridge and the Tower of London are just around the corner from urbanest Tower Bridge and other city landmarks such as St Paul’s Cathedral, London Wall, St Katherine’s Dock, HMS Belfast, Monument, the Gherkin building and the Bank of England are all within walking distance.
Designed for you
urbanest Tower Bridge itself offers a wide range of student living to suit all tastes and budgets. Accommodation is split between standard studio apartments, larger more spacious studio apartments and cluster flats offering sociable yet secure student living for groups of 2, 5, 6 or 9 people.
Rooms within larger apartments with shared kitchen facilities feature a kitchen and living area with fridge/freezer, microwave oven, hob, extensive cupboard space, stone worktops and a dishwasher. The bathroom facilities are also of the highest specification.
Whichever accommodation you choose, all of our rooms have super comfortable beds with a high quality memory foam mattress to give you a great night’s sleep and every room has luxurious under-floor heating which is controlled by an individual thermostat in your room to keep you warm in the winter months. Super-fast broadband keeps you connected and the entire building (including all study and social areas) benefits from free WiFi.
In addition, the rooms are extremely well appointed in general with every student benefitting from a spacious, fitted study desk, plenty of storage for clothes, shoes and books and, depending on the room you choose, either a private or a shared kitchen with first class appliances.
And being positioned as it is in the heart of central London, many of the rooms at urbanest Tower Bridge have the added advantage of an incredible view of the Tower of London, the Thames, the Shard and City Hall, home to London’s Mayor.