LOOKING FOR CENTRAL SAINT MARTINS UNIVERSITY ACCOMMODATION? CHAPTER'S GOT YOU COVERED.
Chapter London is a unique student accommodation provider, and if you're looking for a CSM accommodation, look no further.
Chapter Kings Cross is ideal CSM accommodation, located in North London with just a short commute to Central Saint Martins. We offer the perfect environment for students coming to London to study, with social & study spaces and a packed calendar of resident events.
Chapter Kings Cross is ideal if you want to be closer to Central London, offering a relaxed vibe and unrivalled transport links across the city, country and the rest of Europe via King's Cross St Pancras station.
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Chapter Kings Cross is an ideal student accommodation building for those attending Kings College London. Being based in North London means you’ll have a very short commute to your lectures at KCL, with Chapter Kings Cross just a 20-minute tube journey away. Check out more uni commute details below.View Property
Chapter Kings Cross
Chapter Kings Cross offers students modern student accommodation right in the heart of North London. Kings Cross located in Zone 1, is well known for being one of London’s most exciting and well-connected neighbourhoods with unrivalled transport links across the city, country, and the rest of Europe. With St Pancras International station minutes away, 6 underground tube lines and 14 bus routes, you’ll be able to transport across the whole of London to visit a whole range of famous landmarks and Universities including UCL, Kings College and many more. Kings Cross is the perfect choice for students looking to work hard, make new friends and get the most out of life in central London.
- University College London 10 minutes via tube
- Kings College 16 minutes via tube
- King's Cross 9 minutes walk
King’s Cross is a Zone 1 location with unrivalled transport links across the city, country and the rest of Europe via King’s Cross St. Pancras.