The 207 King street student accommodation is a perfect and remarkable place for a student, located in the bustling heart of Aberdeen. 207 King street accommodation provides everything a student could ever want.
207 King Street Aberdeen is one of the most popular and richest student accommodation in Aberdeen
, offering students a unique experience.
Students will live their best life at 207 King Street student accommodation in Aberdeen. The home has modern facilities and amenities to make living in Aberdeen easier. Residents will have a fantastic day exploring new destinations near 207 King Street, as there are excellent transport links. At 207 King Street Aberdeen, all campuses are within walking distance. The University of Aberdeen, King's Campus University is just 4 minutes away, the University of Aberdeen
, Forest Hills Campus is just 9 minutes away and Robert Gordon's University is just 12 minutes away, ensuring that travel won't be a problem for 207 King Street residents.
A standard room at 207 King Street student accommodation has a large bed to sink into at the end of the day. If students want privacy, they'll appreciate that each room at 207 King Street Aberdeen is equipped with everything the student needs.
The communal area at 207 King Street student accommodation is a great place to socialise and make lifelong connections. Residents at 207 King Street Aberdeen also have access to a private work area that you can use to finish your projects or prepare for an upcoming exam. Students have their own workspace with a desk and chair in their room at 207 King Street, so they can concentrate fully on their work.
Amenities such as parking and bike storage make life that little bit easier for students at 207 King Street. Ultra-fast WiFi allows students to stay in touch with their parents and friends. Parents don't have to worry about the safety of their children, as 207 King Street student accommodation has a secure front door and is under video surveillance.
Aberdeen is a port city in the north-east of Scotland, where the rivers Dee and Don flow into the North Sea. With an offshore oil industry, the city is home to an international population. It's also known as the 'Granite City' because there are many buildings made of grey stone.