The Pavilion

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The Pavilion is a state-of-the-art development consisting of 138 studios and 9 one-bedroom apartments. The accommodation is fully furnished and stunningly designed, with ¾ beds, en-suite bathrooms and kitchenettes. Rents are all-inclusive including contents insurance and free 20mb broadband.

This accommodation is centrally located, perfect for students at Birmingham City University, University of Birmingham and Aston University. The site is just minutes from the popular Broad Street – Birmingham’s most popular entertainment, leisure and business destination – and is close to the Bullring and Mailbox. The site has a shared common room with a wide-screen TV, ideal for socialising when you don’t fancy a big night out.

Hall Operator

Derwent Students

Limited Availability


  • Birmingham Conservatoire

    Birmingham City University

    University College Birmingham

    University of Birmingham



Bike storage

Car Parking



On site Security

Common Room

Secure door entry

Vending Machine



Wheelchair accessible

Cash Point


Swimming Pool

Pool Table



In Room Phone

Satellite/ Cable Tv

Vacuum Cleaner

Iron/Ironing board

On site Maintenance


About The Area

Birmingham is the UK’s second city, and one of the best places in the UK to study. With over 65,000 students studying in 5 universities, 2 university colleges and several HE colleges, the city is full of life.

A leading centre for business, entertainment, sport and retail, Birmingham has an international reputation and can offer something for everyone. With a variety of shopping outlets, from the world-renowned Bullring shopping complex to The Mailbox, you’ll never be short of high-street to high end brands.

Birmingham’s nightlife is second to none, with the central Broad Street, Brindley Palace and Arcadian offering a number of clubs playing music to suit all tastes. Student nights with great offers occur on a regular basis.

Birmingham has a diverse population and rich history that are reflected in its thriving city centre. From Chinatown to the Jewellery Quarter, and Theatreland to the creative Eastside, students are never short of cultural or social experiences, making Birmingham an exciting place to live.


1 William Street


B15 1ET


Room Type Price P/W Weeks Total
StudioFrom: £13950 From: £6950
You will have your own kitchenette area with seating space, 3/4 or double beds, wardrobe, study desk, chair, TV, comfy chair, table and chairs Approx 20.3 sq. Metres

Availability: Limited
1 Bed ApartmentFrom: £16950From: £8450
1 bed apartments are similar to the studios but with a little more space. You will have your own kitchenette area with seating space, 3/4 or double beds, wardrobe, study desk, chair, TV, comfy chair, table and chairs. Approx 28.3 sq. Metres

Availability: Full

Refer a Friend to live with you at The Pavilion this September and receive £50 cashback! To make this even sweeter, your friend also receives £50 for signing up!

£175 discount for annual payments

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Hall Operator

Derwent Students

Contact Phone Number

0121 643 4749

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