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How to have a smooth room share experience

Room sharing can be an interesting experience, especially if you aren’t used to it. But sharing a room doesn’t need to be awkward, and here at LHA London, a lot of roommates end up being friends for life! But even when living with friends, conflict can still happen sometimes. Check out our top 5 tips on how to have a smooth room share experience during your stay in London. Set

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Don’t be a millennial who lives at home

There are many benefits to living at home: you don’t have to cook, worry about London rent prices or do your own laundry. Even if you do contribute to bills and food, your living costs are dramatically reduced, which means you can save a good chunk of your salary each month. Not to mention that your mum can no longer complain about why you don’t call her more often; you’re

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The LHA London Guide to moving to the UK

Whether you are just thinking about moving to London, or you’re counting down the days until you board that plane, there are some important things you need to think about before making the big move. So, before you get carried away with finding the best rooftop bars and Instagram worthy eateries, make sure you have a read through this handy guide covering all the essentials, along with some top tips, to

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Why is staying in a London hostel better than a house share?

Looking for a long-term place to stay in London? Why not save yourself a load of money and stay in a hostel instead! There are plenty of reasons as to why hostels are better to stay in than house shares for a long-term period, and at LHA London we can tell you why. Hostels are welcoming When you stay in a hostel, there are always plenty of people to socialise

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What to expect when living in a self-catering accommodation

Affordable accommodation that makes you feel at home gives you a sense of security and comfort when you’re living and working away from loved ones. If you are staying in London, you have a wide choice of accommodation, from hotels and hostels to houses and flat-shares. If you opt to live in self-catering accommodation, here are a few things you can expect: Some Facilities are Provided If you have an

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Co-living teaches millennials the value of creating experiences

Did you ever, as a child, dream of living with your friends? In your dream, you live in a home with 32 rooms with one large dining area. You and your friends will all eat dinner together so that suddenly, washing the dishes isn’t such a chore because you have all this dynamic tangle of friends and family to help you. Today’s living spaces bring those childhood dreams to life,

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Bringing life to rooms at Halpin House

Is this a postcard sent from Kew Gardens?   Not quite, these are some of the rooms that residents at Halpin House have made into their home from home; turning shared spaces into communal living at it’s best. At Halpin House, the team are always encouraging residents who typically stay 1-6 months whilst studying, working locally or completing an internship to put a touch of green in their living space. There have

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