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Accommodation Office
3.02, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre
Houghton Street
London WC2A 2AE

Tel: +44 (0)20 7955 7531

Opening hours:

Monday to Friday 
10:00 am - 4:30 pm




LSE Carr-Saunders Hall

18-24 Fitzroy Street


Tel: +44 (0)20 7107 5888
Fax: +44 (0)20 7580 3044


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Carr-Saunders Hall

Carr-Saunders Hall accommodates up to 160 students in 10 twin rooms with shared bathrooms, 4 twin en suite rooms and 132 single rooms.



Carr-Saunders hall is situated near the Telecom Tower just off Tottenham Court Road, approximately a 25 minute walk from the School. 
Find out more about the area at: Life around Carr-Saunders Hall|

Closest tube: Warren Street, Goodge Street

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Carr-Saunders students on sofa

Does my rent include meals?
Carr-Saunders is a catered hall with a wide range of hot and cold foods. Vegetarian, halal and kosher alternatives are always available. Six evening meals and one brunch are served within the dining room, and are inclusive within the rent. Shared snack point kitchens are available with limited facilities on each floor.

What is provided in the kitchens?
There are snack points on each floor, shared by a large number of residents. They have 24 hour access to these and can prepare breakfast, snacks or light meals as and when they wish. Snack points are equipped with basic facilities that one would expect, for example, cookers, microwaves, toasters, kettles and fridges. To see a table of facilities that are included in all halls, download: What we provide in each hall| [PDF]

Does Carr-Saunders Hall have Wi-Fi?
All areas including bedrooms have Wi-Fi. Additionallly, there is a high speed LAN socket in your room, that allows you to connect straight to the LSE network and the internet.

What shared areas are there?
The hall boasts a large TV/common room and a lively basement bar. There is also an inexpensive card-operated laundry, with irons and ironing boards on the ground floor.

Are the halls cleaned?
The communal areas of the hall are cleaned daily but you are responsible for cleaning your own room.

What bedding do I need to bring?
The hall supplies duvets and pillows but you must provide and launder your own bed linen and towels. To see a table of facilities that are included in all halls, download: What we provide in each hall| [PDF] 

Carr-Saunders student at his desk

Vacation periods
Carr-Saunders offers a 31 week contract covering term-time only. This does not run through the Christmas or Easter vacations. You can make an additional booking to Stay at your hall during Christmas or Easter| (subject to terms and conditions). 

You will not be able to stay in Carr-Saunders during the summer vacation, but if you have a valid academic reason for remaining in London throughout the summer, you may be offered accommodation in another residence.

We reserve the right to offer 40 week contracts at Carr-Saunders, according to demand. 

Room sizes
The price of a room depends on a number of factors such as location within the building, available natural light, or how close it is to shared facilities. That means that a more expensive room is not necessarily larger, or a smaller room cheaper. 

  • Single room size on average 9m2
  • Twin room size on average 20m2

Sizes are for guidance only, as rooms vary.

Fees 2014-15
Full session (31 weeks) including six evening meals and one brunch per week.

  • Single rooms £174.80 per week
  • Twin rooms (per person) £115.85 per week
  • Twin en suite rooms (per person) £126.00 per week
  • Common room fee £20 per term
  • Also see: LSE accommodation fees 2014-15 [PDF]

Carr-Saunders dining room

Freddy says:

"Carr-Saunders has an amazing sense of community and gives you unbelievable value for money within a central London location that caters to every student’s needs. From the start, so many people were so welcoming that the social aspect which I had been worried about wasn’t an issue at all.

There are two large supermarkets within a five minute walk from the hall. For any other shopping, Oxford Street is a ten minute walk away. Just down Maple Street is The Court which is nominally the local pub and shows live sports and offers some good student deals. For a student in London, it is a perfect area to live in."

More information about life at the hall is on the Carr-Saunders Who's Who committee tab|


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