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Accommodation for Doctors in Leicester

The medical profession is traditionally a hugely busy one which often requires long hours, unsociable shifts and plenty of hard work.

That’s why it goes without saying that when they get some precious downtime, hardworking hospital staff deserve a place they can relax, be comfortable in and enjoy.

So what makes our Queen Street apartments the perfect accommodation for doctors in Leicester and other medical professionals?

Firstly it’s in an area where other professionals live already – so you won’t find yourself living on top of people who just aren’t on the same wavelength.

Secondly, being located in the city centre, all the amenities you need, such as shopping, great restaurants, theatres, museums and art galleries are right on your doorstep. This is especially useful given the plethora of events, and other great activities that are constantly going on within the city giving you no excuse not to attend and partake with what is on offer.

And if fitness is your thing, there are lots of gyms, leisure centres and local parks to choose from to get a regular dose of exercise in.

But, to be honest, there’s no need to go much further from your front door for fitness when you live in the Queen Street Apartments, because we have our very own gym equipment, sauna and indoor heated swimming pool on site!

Striking a work life balance is already hard enough given the profession and so having these facilities so close by allows you to dedicate more time to staying in shape, and working at your desired level without wasting time going between locations. The sauna also gives you the perfect excuse to un-wind and relieve the tension after a hard day without costing you any additional money.

Swimming Pool

The Perfect Location for Hospital Staff

Our location means that if you’re based at one of the Leicester hospitals, you won’t have to travel far to get to work either, because, with the LRI a short walk away and the other hospitals on an easy bus route, it’s simply not a problem at all. The Glenfield Hospital is 3.6 miles away and the Leicester General is only a 2.8-mile bus, bike or car journey. Showcasing that whichever hospital you work at within the local area we are a great location to live at.

At Queen Street we provide city centre accommodation for doctors in Leicester that ticks all the right boxes. Taking into account the factors that are most important to you, and facilitating them within our flats.

Not only are we close to all of the major roads and public transport routes, but this includes the Hospital Hopper bus service, which travels between the three Leicester hospitals – Leicester Royal Infirmary, Leicester General Hospital and the Glenfield Hospital, with added stop offs at the Beaumont Leys shopping centre and train station. So even if you do not drive, there are conveinent methods of transport on your doorstep.

Private and Secure Accommodation for Doctors

The fact that the Queen Street Apartments are in the city centre means that they are right on the doorstep of all the exciting, entertaining and interesting experiences that Leicester has to offer. But, what we also offer, is private and secure accommodation for all our residents so that they can rest assured in the knowledge that their home will be safe.

Our Leicester accommodation offers the following:

  • 24-hour electronic security systems,
  • on-site management and maintenance team,
  • off-street private parking,
  • electronic key fob entry,
  • intercom facilities


Our CCTV system also allows you to link your TV to our cameras to see and hear who is contacting you from the main entrance. Further security is also provided during evenings with a manned, independent security check of the premises by uniformed personnel giving even more peace of mind to occupants.

Teamed up with the modern and attractive design and Sky, TV and phone/broadband points in all apartments, it’s easy to see why our studio flats, one bedroom flats, two bedroom and galleried apartments have become so popular with young professionals. And they can rest assured in the knowledge that their home and belongings will be safe for all the reasons above.

The on-site management and maintenance team are there to help residents when problems arise ensuring that they do not have to deal with the stress and headaches caused in trying to get things fixed. We know how much of an unnecessary hassle these things can be, especially when you already have many other things to contend with and so our great levels of customer service help to alleviate this burden.

We are also a lettings agent with a difference thanks to the history and heritage of the buildings we occupy which have been beautifully restored,  retaining original features that help them stand out from the crowd of other apartments in the area.  The Rowley building showcases Leicesters industrial past with a contemporary interior that still has the exposed original brickwork, iron work, and staircase to really add character to the place.

Contact Queen Street Today

There’s a lot to be said for having accommodation which is safe and secure, while being conveniently located, attractive and comfortable at the same time. That’s why we get so many enquiries from doctors and other medical professionals who want to come for a look around

We will happily give you a tour and show off the facilities on offer allowing you to come to a decision regarding whether or not we are right for you. Interest is always high so do not hesitate with getting in touch to ensure that you do not miss out on accommodation that could be great for you especially given that there are no reference fees, administration fees on standard length tenancies, or inventory costs for the furnished rooms.

If you would like to find out more about the perfect accommodation for doctors or other medical professionals looking for a place to live near the Leicester hospitals, then contact Queen Street Apartments today for more details.


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