Grosvenor House, a former Victorian office building, houses up to 227 graduate students in 105 single studios, 59 twin studios and four one-bed flats. All rooms are small, self-contained studios, with private toilet, shower facilities and a mini-kitchen.
Full session (38 weeks), self-catered
Annual cost: £6,479.25 - £19,252.25 (38 week contract)
Single studios £266.00 - £297.15 per week
Twin studios (per person) £171.15 per week
Double studios (couples) £324.10 to £375.20 per week
One-bedroom flat (couples) £508.55 per week
Common room fee £10 per term
Also see: LSE accommodation fees 2015-16 [PDF]
Grosvenor House offers a 38 week contract which includes the Christmas and Easter vacations. You will not be able to stay in Grosvenor House 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.
Sizes are for guidance only, as rooms vary. The price of a room depends on factors such as location within the building or available natural light. That means that a more expensive room is not necessarily larger, or a smaller room cheaper.
Single studio size ranges from 17.6m2 to 18m2
Twin studio size ranges from 23m2 to 27m2
Double studio size ranges from 20.4m2 to 23.5m2
One-bed flat size on average 33m2
The hall is situated within five minutes walking distance of the School, close to Covent Garden, Oxford Street, Leicester Square and the West End.
Also visit: Life around Grosvenor House
Closest tube stations: Holborn, Covent Garden
How to get to Grosvenor House
Local area map
Grosvenor House image gallery
Are meals included in the rent?
No. Grosvenor House is a self-catered hall. All studios have their own mini-kitchen.
What is provided in the kitchen?
Each room contains a mini-kitchen, including two-ring hob, microwave, fridge, sink, food storage facilities and extractor fan. Also see: What we provide in each hall [PDF]
Does Grosvenor House have Wi-Fi?
Yes. 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. Also see: What we provide in each hall [PDF]
What shared areas are there?
Grosvenor House has a communal television room with comfortable seating. Also available is an inexpensive self-service laundry. Also see: What we provide in each hall [PDF]
Is there disabled access?
Yes. The building has good disabled access.
Are the halls cleaned?
The communal areas of the hall are cleaned daily but you are responsible for cleaning your own studio, including mini-kitchen and shower room.
What bedding do I need to bring?
The hall will provide duvets and pillows but you must supply you own bed linen and towels. Also see: What we provide in each hall [PDF]
'Situated a minute away from Covent Garden and being the closest halls to LSE campus (5 minutes walk) means that you can be everywhere you want to be very quickly. Grosvenor House has a mature and independent feel to it. Most rooms are studios, with en suite bathrooms and kitchens, and we have a fantastic common room where we often meet over a game of table football or a movie. The list of places to eat is endless, with every choice satisfied in the local area.'
'The distinguishing feature of Grosvenor House is the independent nature of its residents, making it easy for everyone to balance their individual responsibilities. In my downtime, I also find it nice to be able to unwind in the newly renovated common room, where residents relax on bean bags, play table football or video games and chat on the couches.'