King's Cross residence (Elizabeth Croll House)

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Key Info
  • Designed to a high specification, Elizabeth Croll House could not be more convenient for students wishing to stay in Central London (Zone 1). This residence is located just a short walk from King's Cross St Pancras Station, The University of London, SOAS and a large number of language schools.
  • This residence is ideal for independent living, and offers a range of studios all with private en-suite bathrooms and kitchenettes in the room. All rooms have been designed to a high standard and come complete with flat screen TVs, large beds and plenty of storage space. However, it is the area that makes this residence so popular, right outside of your door you have the choice of dozens of music venues, bars, shops and London's famous nightlife.


Since it’s regeneration in 2011, King’s Cross has transformed into one of the most popular and fashionable areas of the city. Formally the industrial heart of the city, the area is now full of shops, galleries, bars, restaurants and even a couple of universities.

As soon as you step outside the door of the residence you will be within walking distance of a wide range of London attractions, ranging from The Scala nightclub to the British Library. Need to relax? Why not enjoy a coffee near the fountains at Granary Square or take a relaxing walk along the canal. This residence could not be in a better location for you to enjoy Central London.


Modern and contemporary, this residence offers student living at its finest. Offering a range of studios and two-bedroom apartments all with private en-suite bathrooms and kitchen facilities. All bedrooms have been designed with students in mind, come with contemporary furniture and appliances, including kitchens with touch-function hobs. You’ll get your own bathroom, a large bed and private study area. In addition, each room comes with a flat screen HD TV.

There is a large common area, ideal for socialising, a fully equipped laundry and bicycle storage. All bills are included as well as Wi-Fi in every room and throughout the building. There is even a private garden to relax in.

What's Included

  • Basic Contents Insurance
  • Bills Included
  • CCTV
  • Cleaning Service
  • Common Room
  • Cooking Facilities
  • Cycle Storage
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Maintenance Team
  • On-site Security
  • Outdoor Area
  • Pool Table
  • Secure Door Entry
  • Vending Machines
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Wi-Fi

Room Pricing & Availability

The King’s Cross residence has a range of studio rooms to choose from.

More details below:

Elizabeth Croll House – Classic Studio
Elizabeth Croll House – Classic Studio

This is a single en-suite studio measuring from around 16m²-17m². The room has a comfortable ¾ double bed, a desk area and private bathroom, as well as a large wardrobe and under-bed storage. The studio is fully equipped with a private kitchenette and comes with a licenced television with Freeview included. There is free Wi-Fi in each bedroom and throughout the building.

Available from: 11 Aug 2018 - 25 Aug 2018

Price From: £369 per week
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  • Bills Included

  • Free Wi-Fi

  • Storage Space

  • Private Kitchen

  • Private Bathroom

  • No Flatmates

  • 3/4 Bed

  • Bills Included

  • Free Wi-Fi

  • Storage Space

  • Private Kitchen

  • Private Bathroom

  • No Flatmates

  • 3/4 Bed





Can I select my room?

You can select the type of room you stay in.

However, you cannot request specific details such as what floor the room is on or who your flatmates are, as the rooms are allocated on a first come, first served basis.

If you do have a special request, please let us know and we will do our best to help you.

Can I view this residence prior to booking?

If you are staying for 12 weeks or longer, we will be happy to request an appointment with the residence team for you to view the residence.

Unfortunately, we are not able to provide viewings for stays under 12 weeks.

Can I smoke in the residence?

Smoking is not permitted in any indoor area in the UK. Please use the designated smoking areas found outside the residence.

Are pets allowed?

Unfortunately, no pets are permitted in any of our residences.

Where can I wash my clothes?

This residence offers dedicated laundry facilities where you can wash and dry your clothes.

Are bills included in the price? 

Yes, all utility bills are included in the price of the room, including gas, electric and Wi-Fi internet.

Does this residence have internet? 

Yes, there is wireless internet in every bedroom and throughout the building.

What’s the difference between Studio rooms and the Single En-Suite room types?

Both rooms have private en-suite bathrooms. The difference is that studios have cooking facilities within the room, while the single en suite rooms have access to a shared kitchen.

Is there a curfew?

No, there is no curfew. You will be living independently, you will have your own key and can come and go as you please.

Is there always a member of staff available?

Yes, the reception staff usually work during office hours Monday to Friday. However, when the reception is closed, there will always be a member of the customer service or security team on hand, either to assist you in person or for you to contact by telephone.

Can I stay in this residence if I am under 18?

Unfortunately, this residence is only available to students aged 18 or over.

On occasion, subject to management approval, an exception can be made for students who turn 18 during their stay.

What is included in the cost of the rent?

  • Water Bill
  • Electricity Bill
  • Gas Bill
  • Unlimited Wi-fi

Telephone Bill and Television License are NOT included

Is there cycle storage?

The residence comes with plenty of secure bike storage, so there’s no excuse not to bring yours and get some exercise.

What is the booking fee?

For bookings of less than 4 full weeks a booking fee of £50 will be added to the invoice.

Which London train stations are located near this residence?

Angel Station – 9-minute walk
Kings Cross St Pancras Underground Station – 10-minute walk
Farringdon Station – 20-minute walk
Chancery Lane Underground Station – 21-minute walk
Russell Square Station – 17-minute walk

Which London language schools are located near this residence?

Malvern House London – 4-minute walk
The Paul Noble Language Institute – 10-minute walk
Islington Centre for English – 8-minute walk
EC London – 19-minute walk
St Giles International – 20-minute walk

Which London universities are located near this residence?

City University of London – 18-minute walk
London School of Economics and Politics – 30-minute walk
University of London – 22-minute walk
Hult International Business School – 16-minute walk
University of the Arts (Central St Martins) – 16-minute walk

Which London tourist attractions are located near this residence?

O2 Academy Islington – 11-minute walk
The Crystal Maze Live Experience – 8-minute walk
Chapel Market – 8-minute walk
Scala – 6-minute walk
Exmouth Market – 11-minute walk

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