Superior single en-suite rooms built to a world class specification
For the complete conference experience at the University of Leeds, our 4-star Storm Jameson Court is centrally located on campus and just a short walk from the city centre. This makes it perfect for residential conferences during the summer months. A limited number of bedrooms are also available to book all year round.
Storm Jameson Court is named after Margaret Storm Jameson, a University of Leeds graduate and prolific journalist and author who wrote over 50 works, as well as countless published articles.
The building houses 459 en-suite bedrooms. It is an eco-friendly choice for responsible organisations and individuals seeking to minimise their impact on the environment, having been awarded Gold certification by the world-leading Green Tourism programme.
It is also suitably equipped for delegates with specific accessibility requirements. 20 fully-accessible bedrooms have achieved the highest assessment rating in all categories, under the National Accessible Scheme (NAS), making them suitable for guests with particular mobility, visual or hearing needs.
Storm Jameson Court – additional features and facilities:
- Hotel-styled bedrooms, featuring superior single beds, floor-to-ceiling windows, tea/coffee facilities and room safes
- 24-hour reception service
- Fully accessible via accessible lifts
- Spacious lounge area – ideal for networking and socialising
- Guest games room
- Outdoor seating area
- Complimentary use of the onsite sports centre, with a swimming pool, sauna, steam room, large fitness suite and additional sports facilities
- Complimentary wi-fi throughout
- Access to the Refectory located just 100 metres away, as well as multiple onsite cafés and coffee bars
- Access to explore the University’s historic, 100-acre campus, featuring impressive architecture, fountains, tree-lined walkways and gardens
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, or visit the AccessAble website for an access guide to the accommodation.
For a short stay in the vibrant city of Leeds, Storm Jameson Court situated on the University of Leeds campus offers superb value.
Centrally located, with excellent transport links, this contemporary residence provides a convenient base from which to explore the culturally rich and diverse city and breathtaking Yorkshire countryside.
The building is named after Margaret Storm Jameson, a University of Leeds graduate and prolific journalist and author who wrote over 50 works, as well as countless published articles.
Rated 4-star by VisitEngland, Storm Jameson Court is just a short walk from the city centre. It offers an eco-friendly choice of accommodation for guests seeking to minimise their impact on the environment, having been awarded Gold certification by the world-leading Green Tourism programme.
Check in is available from 2pm onwards and check out is between 6am to 10am. Subject to availability, access outside of these hours can be arranged by request.
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How to get to the University
Storm Jameson Court is on the main campus of the University.
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.
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 received a Gold Award from the Green Tourism Business Scheme and as such we are committed to working to reduce the impact of its operations on the environment.
Find out how you can play your part by reading the Responsible Visitor Charter. More information on the University’s green initiatives can be found on the Living it Green web page.