An introduction to PBH
Landmark historic building commissioned by Queen Victoria and opened by her daughter, Princess Beatrice, in 1937. Now completely refurbished to provide unique, contemporary living spaces for students in London designed to meet their specific requirements.
Princess Beatrice House
Architecturally designed to complement the existing light and airy spaces and provide comfortable, flexible living. Studios are available to suit one occupier or two sharers. Compact kitchens (with safety features) are installed within each studio to include a 2 ring electric hob, combination oven (fan, microwave, grill), fridge and storage. Shower rooms include quality Duravit fittings and cabinet storage. Bespoke designed furniture has been installed where equal attention has been paid not just to appearance, but also to requirement for maximum storage and flexible use. Hi speed Wi Fi available throughout.
Location and connections
Earls Court Tube (Zone 1) and a choice of bus routes all within five minutes’ walk providing easy travel into and around Central London - just a 20 minute tube ride into the heart of Bloomsbury. Lively residential area with shops, bars, cafes and restaurants all on the doorstep. Shop till you drop at Westfield, London’s flagship shopping centre or walk down Kings Road and enjoy all that this iconic location has to offer - rich, famous and infamous people-watching, boutiques, designer stores, bars, cinemas, restaurants - this area has it all. Walk along the embankment, enjoy the riverview and landmark London sites. Relax in Chelsea Harbour, get inspired at the Design Centre.