At a glance
- 339 bed spaces
- Standard single, en-suite single, standard twin, en-suite twin
- £146 - £231
- located in South Kensington
Beit Hall, located within the Beit Quadrangle, is one of Imperial’s most historic buildings. The hall is named after benefactor and member of the College Governing Body, Otto Beit, who funded its construction in the early-1900s.
Also situated within the Quadrangle is the Imperial College Union, and due to this fact, Beit Hall is an especially lively place to live, with higher levels of noise in comparison to other halls. We ask students to keep this in mind when applying for accommodation.
Please note that Beit Hall residents must be 18 years or over.
Beit hall in more detail
Room types and rents
Beit Hall offers self-catered accommodation for 339 undergraduate students.
The rents for 2018/19 are as follows:
|Type of room||Number of bed spaces||Weekly rent*|
|* Hall Activities Fund (£2 per student per week) is a mandatory charge which is used to facilitate social activities and events throughout the year. This charge is included in the weekly rent rate.
All beds in Beit Hall are 3' x 6'6" (0.91m x 1.98m)
Visit Fees and Payment page for more information
Beit Hall has a contract period of 38 weeks and 5 days - please see the 'Amendment of Accommodation Licence Notice'.
Page last updated: 19/07/2018
Features and facilities
Hall features and facilities:
|Kitchen and common areas||
|Others features and facilities||
Prince Consort Road
London, SW7 2BB
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Beit Hall, located on Prince Consort Road, is a short 5 minute walk to the main South Kensington campus. It is also housed within the same buildings as the Imperial College Union.
Imperial’s Royal School of Mines, the Royal College of Music and the prestigious Royal Albert Hall are all sited next to Beit Hall.
The residence is also ideally placed for easy access to both the galleries and museums of Exhibition Road (10 minute walk) and the shops and restaurants of High Street Kensington (15 minute walk).
To view more photos of Beit Hall, visit the 360 tours page.