The hall is situated within 10 minutes walking distance of the School in the heart of London's Theatre land, close to Covent Garden, Oxford Street, Leicester Square and Soho.
Closest tube: Holborn, Tottenham Court Road.
How to get to High Holborn
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Does my rent include meals?
High Holborn is a self catered hall. Well equipped kitchens are provided.
What is provided in the kitchens?
The hall is divided into groups of rooms around communal kitchens. Each kitchen contains an oven, stove with grill and fridge/freezer. There is also a microwave, electric kettle and toaster. Also see: What we provide in each hall [PDF]
What shared areas are there?
There are two TV rooms, a large communal lounge, a pool table and a computer room which is connected directly to the School network. There is also an inexpensive coin-operated laundry.
Is there disabled access?
There is good disabled access to the building and there are a number of en suite, disabled facility bedrooms and modified kitchens.
Do I get a telephone and internet?
Each bedroom has a data link to the School network and internet. For more information, visit: Using your own computer
You have access to your own telephone and voice mail. For further information visit: Student halls telecoms
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 will provide duvets and pillows but you must supply you own bed linen and towels. Also see: What we provide in each hall [PDF]
High Holborn offers a 40 week contract which runs throughout the Christmas and Easter vacations. You will not be able to stay in High Holborn 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.
The price of a room depends on a number of factors such as location within the building, whether the room is on a corridor or in a flat, 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 rooms range from 9.5m2 to 12.6m2
Twin rooms are on average 16.6m2
*These are for guidance only, as room size vary.
Full Session (40 weeks including Christmas and Easter) 2013/14 rents.
Single - £205.10 - £246.40 per week
Twin en suite - £133.00 per week
Common room fee - £10 per term
Also see: LSE accommodation fees 2013-14 [PDF]
* Accommodation prices stated on these pages are valid for the current academic year 2013-14. We will publish our 2014-15 rates as soon as they have been set. In the meantime, please expect an average increase of approximately 3 per cent.
'High Holborn is unique due to its location. Staying close to the LSE campus during first year has been invaluable. Living with flatmates has been a great social experience, and I have lost count of how many free food and drinks nights we have had in the downstairs common room."
'High Holborn has a warm and welcoming feel the moment you step through the doors and the location is also fantastic, 5-10 minutes from LSE and right in the heart of the West End. Most of all it has great events that all the residents can get involved in.'