Kingston Student Accomodation

Kingston is equal parts regal glamour and chic style with a bustling student population. A truly royal location for students, near to the heart of the capital.

Discover Kingston

Like your classics with a touch of contemporary? Kingston does both; a stylish borough and home to aparto Arbury Court. Perfect for student living with great pubs, excellent restaurants, and plenty of greenery

Rooms available for 2020 - 2021

We still have a range of rooms available from now until August 2021. Check out Arbury Court property page for full details.

Book with confidence, get free cancellation & flexible start dates. T&Cs apply.

Your student home in Kingston

Arbury Court

173 Kingston Road, Kingston-upon-Thames, KT3 3SS

Combining stylish living with a vibrant and diverse student community, Arbury Court offers the thrill of London living minus the inner-city rent prices.

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Student Life in Kingston

Our student home, Arbury Court, is conveniently located with easy access to the city centre. Kingston has something for every student, from brilliant pubs and bars to stunning riverside views. Whether you love to let your hair down or like to take it easy, see what Kingston has in store for you below.

With almost 40 sports clubs as part of the university’s student union, staying active during your studies is easy. Whether you’re looking to meet your new best mate or just get active, you’ll find everything from football and rugby to trampolining and taekwondo.

If you're feeling more adventurous you can even get involved in sailing, gliding and sky diving! 

The Rotunda is a great go-to for new students. Complete with all sorts of entertainment options, you’ll find an Odeon cinema, bowling alley, and plenty of restaurants and bars. Lively festivals pop up throughout the calendar, including the Kingston River Festival and Youth Arts Festival in the summer. These are followed by September’s Food Festival, where budding foodies can treat their taste buds.

Blessed with lush greenery, Richmond Park and Bushy Park are top spots for relaxing in the sun after your lectures are over. And there is plenty of nearby wildlife to keep you and your friends company.

Imagine finishing a day of lectures and having a bite to eat looking out across the Thames’ riverbank. Or a stroll around its quaint little markets and a photo by David Mach’s toppled-over telephone booths.

In Kingston, the landmarks may be simple, but they’re central to the way of the student life here. With great pubs and cafés to enjoy and London only a short journey away, Kingston offers up plenty of treats.

Looking to enrich your studies with a spot of art and culture? Kingston’s vibrant art scene dots the calendar with all sorts of festivals, performances and exhibitions. Head to Kingston Museum and learn about the borough through the ages including the Palaeolithic and the Anglo-Saxon periods. Catch a contemporary show at the Rose Theatre. Or take in the charming piers and boardwalks on a tranquil stroll along the Thames.

Whatever your preferred mode of transport, getting around Kingston is easy. Dedicated cycle paths make hopping on your bike the cheapest, greenest option. Additionally, aparto’s exclusive Kingston University free shuttle bus takes you directly to campus.

Looking to travel further afield? Nearby New Malden train station makes it easier to head into the city, or out into the countryside. You can find journey info and timetables for this station on the National Rail website.