University of East Anglia, Norwich

University Hotels and Student Accommodation
(Norwich, Norfolk, England)

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Norwich is home to very good accommodation facilities for both students and their visitors.

Hotels and Accommodation

For visitors coming to Norwich, the city offers a range of single and family accommodation. Guests can choose from the different five-star hotels, bed and breakfast inns, and family campsites that are located all around the town.

The university also offers its visitor flats to short-stay guests. This accommodation is located in Suffolk Walk and the Ziggurats and is composed of single bedroom units with a bathroom, kitchenette, and small living area. For couples or families, Constable Terrace provides double bedrooms, kitchens, bathrooms, and a large diner.

Guests and visitors should reserve their accommodation in advance, either online or by phone.

Student Accommodation

The university has nine existing residence halls and a forthcoming one. These residences can accommodate as many as 3,000 students and are centrally-heated. The university's residence halls are the following:
  • Constable Terrace
  • Suffolk Terrace
  • The University Village
  • Norfolk Terrace
  • Suffolk Walk
  • Colman House
  • Nelson Court
  • Orwell Close
  • Waveney Terrace
  • Wolfson Close
  • New Residences (forthcoming)

All of these residences are fully furnished and carpeted. They come with a single bed, chair, desk, bookshelf, and wardrobe. Some others have their own washbasin, toilet, and shower. All residences are required to share their kitchen facilities with the rest of the inhabitants. These kitchens come with a microwave oven, freezer, and refrigerator, although students are encouraged to bring their own utensils and small kitchen appliances like irons and kettles. Residence halls have common study rooms that have connections to the university's network.

For disabled students, Colman House, Wolfson Close, and Orwell Close provide wide lobbies and corridors for wheelchairs. Disabled students can easily request these special residences in advance, prior to reserving their accommodation with the Disability Coordinator. Students who have wool or dust allergies can be relocated to the new residences being constructed, as soon as they are completed.

It is advised that students should reserve their accommodation in advance, at least a month prior to their first school day.

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