The halls range from cheap to expensive. In the lowest range is East Slope, in which the shared rooms are quite old, unattractive and look like cellars. Bathrooms and kitchens can be shared with 10 people. However, East Slope is the party place, near the East Slope bar there's always music and fun around. I also think people make good friends there, as they live so close together. Northfield and Stanmer Court are the expensive options. Northfield has new and fancy en-suite rooms and great kitchens, but reception is quite poor and the halls are relatively far from the campus centre. Stanmer Court is a nice option, if you want your own bathroom and a big kitchen. It also has its own launderette and pool room, but is located just outside campus, so it takes 12 min to walk to the co-operative food shop. I myself lived in Stanmer and enjoyed it a lot, it is quiet and peaceful there. But I feel people don't mix that well in halls that have en-suites. I also visited Swanborough, which seemed good value for money, I thought the rooms were as good as in Stanmer. Lewes court has the cheapest en-suites, it is a relatively nice place as well, just a little dated. There are beautiful off-campus university halls in Brighton as well. Some prefer staying on campus in order to be in touch with everything that is happening there, but in town some of the rooms are larger and views better.