Storm Jameson Court
"Storm Jameson Court was of the highest standard that I have personally seen in University halls...".
Ian Draper, European Work Hazards Network
Storm Jameson Court is our stunning new hotel style building with en suite bedrooms right at the heart of the campus, and just a stroll from the city centre.
The building, which has been built to an extremely high, world-class specification, offers a 24 hour reception service and comfortable and spacious lounge. The 460 stylish bedrooms (23 of which are accessible rooms) feature Superior Single beds, floor-to-ceiling windows, data access, room safes, and an IPTV facility.
Storm Jameson Court is named after Margaret Storm Jameson (1891-1986), a University of Leeds graduate and author of more than 50 books and plays.
This building carries the highest possible accreditation under all categories of the National Accessible Scheme (NAS), with 20 fully accessible bedrooms (and the Gold Award for Sustainable Green Tourism). The University campus has many fully accessible routes to all areas, with ramps and automatic or electric doors to buildings. Read the Storm Jameson Court Access Statement.
Parking on campus is limited, and we are also committed to reducing our carbon emissions, so we encourage staff, students, visitors and delegates to walk, cycle or take the train where possible. Find out more about getting to the University.
If you’re looking for a base from which to explore the buzzing city of Leeds or the surrounding countryside, then look no further than the University of Leeds.
You can check availability and book this accommodation online for just £39 per room per night.
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The University is committed to sustainable development and seeks to reflect best environmental practices in the conduct of its activities and operations.
Storm Jameson Court has recieved a Gold Award from the Green Tourism BusinessScheme and as such we are committed to working to reduce the impact of its operations on the environment.
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