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Rees Hall

Want sea views and green space on your doorstep? Rees Hall is located next to Southsea Common and the seafront, with beautiful views over the Solent. The University campus, Students' Union, sports facilities and the city centre are an easy walk or cycle away, so everything you need is within reach.

Applying to join us as a new, full-time undergraduate student? We guarantee you a room in halls – if you make us your firm first choice, and meet our accommodation deadlines.

Standard rooms – £182 per week

£7,280 per academic year* (September-June)


  • Catered accommodation [see below]
  • Ensuite rooms
  • 2 communal TV lounges
  • Sought-after seafront location
  • Walking time to University: 12 minutes
  • Nearest train station: Portsmouth and Southsea (17 minutes’ walk)
  • Accessible rooms available for students with disabilities – find out more on AccessAble (formerly DisabledGo).
  • Managed by the University of Portsmouth

Catering arrangements

  • Everyday: Breakfast and dinner – please see catering notice board for meal times
  • We cater for most dietary requirements – talk to our catering team about what you need
  • All meals served over a 2–3 hour period for convenience

*Prices are estimated and subject to confirmation, and rounded to the nearest pound for clarity.

Bathroom in Rees Hall, Portsmouth


Rees Hall Bedroom


Tables and seats in cafeteria of Rees Hall, Portsmouth


Laundrette in Rees Hall, Portsmouth


Pantry in Rees Hall, Portsmouth


Students watching television in social space of Rees Hall, Portsmouth

Social space

Rees is a very sociable hall as not only do you eat together, but there are 2 common rooms so you can watch movies or play video games with your friends.

Lilly Drew, BA (Hons) Journalism

Tour Rees Hall

Join Portsmouth student Leah on a walking tour around Rees Halls or take your own 360 tour below.

Explore Rees Hall with this 360 tour

I lived in Rees hall so interacted with lots of different people in the dining hall and communal spaces. Events like movie nights were great ways to meet people with similar interests and to hang out with friends.

Jennifer Healey, BA (Hons) Illustration