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Not bad, given that so many university students are currently confined to their chosen halls of residence.
So, whilst most of us remember university halls as being grotty places to live, these ones in Lincoln, Liverpool, and Leeds are anything but.
However, you will have to have a lot more disposable cash available to you than most students do if you want to bag a place at one of these halls.
The flats, which have optional extras for personal trainers and professional cleaning, have just opened up in Lincoln's Cathedral Quarter and are more like a fancy hotel than somewhere that you might exist solely on Pot Noodles and cans of super strength lager.
There are seven different flats in the Lincoln development, created by the Parklane Group, and the prices start from £155 per week, rising to as much as £1,950 per month.
This might not be a massive surprise, but there are still a few places left to rent, and - given that you might be inside quite a bit this academic year - maybe it's worth pushing the boat out on accommodation.
The building is called 'Gravity' and it's been designed under Parklane's IconInc brand.
There are also other versions in Leeds and Liverpool, and their website claims: "Here at IconInc, you will be surrounded by like-minded people.
"You'll have your own individual apartment and facilities which are inspired by the luxurious life you want to live."
Naveen Ahmed, who is the Managing Director of the Parklane Group, added: "The development is stunning and like nothing the market has seen before.
"We have invested a great deal in the design and specification of the apartments and development, with student happiness and wellbeing at the heart."
"The outcome of this is incredible and the feedback we've had so far from our students has been amazing.
"Despite the global COVID-19 pandemic we have remained committed to this project to ensure it launched and offered students the very best - the pinnacle of student living."
Well, with a slide, an iMac area, a wellness space, and all manner of other nonsense, it's certainly a different approach to the classic university experience.
Also, at that price, you'd bloody well hope so, too.
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