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Imperial College London
South Kensington CampusKensington and ChelseaLondonSW7 2AZ
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Now I recently reviewed ULU and have decided to be diplomatic. Mainly because I have friends at both universities and would like them to remain friends. Also because I want access to both unions even though I don't go to either university anymore!
Plus points for ICU: - The building is stunning and set in a brilliant area of London. Hyde Park, Royal Albert Hall, museums all on your doorstep....more
I stayed at Imperial College in the summer of 2005 and 2006 and enjoyed this little bar. It was very close to home, people seemed friendly, and they had a lot of good beer and cider on tap.
I really enjoyed the outdoor seating areas as well...in 2005 smoking was allowed indoors, but when I came back in 2006 smoking was only allowed outdoors.
The staff was alright, nothing remarkable..seemed...more
Imperial College Union is situated in the beit quad of London's Imperial College. At one point, there was a host of bands that played here but that seems to have died down now.
The music venue itself was not that great, the sound system was a bit rubbish and it all just felt a little run down.
One of the best things about this union obviously is the cheap student drinks. For a fiver I ended...more
We stayed in the Imperial College Beit Hall for 2 Nights in mid September. After Days & Days of searching for a hotel in a decent location that was under £100 per night we came across Beit Hall. Apart from my Days in University i've never stayed in a Halls of residence so was a little unsure of what to expect but I was suitably impressed.
Location is perfect, almost next door to the Royal...more
I spent many a happy hour in here, and indeed met most of my closest friends whilst propping up the wood-panelled union bar queuing for another bargin guest ale or a pint of Weston's Old Rosie scrumpy cider.
The now legendary "turbo Rosie" was invented here. Half a pint of real ale, half an old Rosie, and a double vodka top. You didn't need too many of those before you were vomiting in the...more