We have short term accommodation at Elms BT9 for any student currently studying in Belfast.
Queen's Accommodation are offering students currently studying in Belfast the opportunity to book a room at Elms BT9 on the Malone Road on an ad-hoc / short term basis.
The en suite accommodation is bookable on a minimum 3 night and maximum 7 night stay at any one time (subject to availability).
All bedrooms will be supplied with linen and towels with laundry facilities available at the Treehouse (additional charge applies for this service). A kitchen / common room is available for use, with all electrical appliances, crockery, cooking equipment and utensils supplied.
The nightly rate is £30 per night (single occupancy only)
Do not contact Queen's Accommodation receptions directly, they will not accept your booking. To make a booking for this accommodation, please click the link below. Please note that all bookings made are non-refundable.
Elms BT1, Elms BT2, Elms BT9 and Queen's Houses offer you the all-important space to live and enjoy student life to the full.
Queen’s currently has over 3,400 places in our student accommodation, which means you can take advantage of the most affordable, purpose-built student accommodation in the city.
All the important information is in the Allocation Policy, which is available in the Useful Information page on this website, below.
“Queen’s Accommodation has the wow-factor when it comes to cost and quality of the rooms, especially as the rent is so affordable. Queen’s offer private bedrooms for all students, and many rooms have their own en suite bathrooms.”
Gireesh Subbiah, MPH Public Health, India
Expressions of interest sought
Queen’s Accommodation owns and operates 3500 bed spaces in locations close to Queen’s campus and Belfast city centre; the provision includes a range of rooms that meets the requirement from postgraduate and undergraduate students. It is anticipated that demand for student accommodation will increase within the next 5 years in line with the Queen’s student recruitment strategy; an important option in supporting this demand has been identified as nominations agreements with PBSA providers.
To this end, expressions of interest are sought from PBSA providers initially for 700-900 bed spaces in a 3-year agreement, with the option to extend for a further 2 years. The location must be a maximum 20-minute walk from the main Queen’s campus.
Please respond to Head of Accommodation, Mr Mike Uprichard (firstname.lastname@example.org) as early as possible during week commencing 24 October 2022 to discuss requirements in more detail. In selecting the provider(s), distance to the university and ability to offer best value for money for our students, will be paramount in our decision making; we would expect to select provider(s) by no later than Saturday 29 October 2022.
Where you live is a big part of being at university or college.
This is why Queen’s University Belfast is one of a number of universities and further education colleges that is signed up to The Student Accommodation Code. The Code protects our students’ rights to safe, good quality accommodation, to make sure our students get the best out of their time living in our residences.
It outlines everything students can expect from our accommodation as well as their responsibilities as tenants.
The Code has already raised standards of accommodation at Queen’s University Belfast and underpins our ongoing dedication to our students.
We are fully committed to providing a safe, comfortable living environment which will help support our students in leading a successful and enjoyable student life.Read the Student Accommodation Code