some college dorm rooms so nice, they'd actually make you want to go back to school. Not an overstatement. From to aquariums to a cleaning service, these are the best of the best in the U.S.are notorious for being anything but luxurious — but that doesn't hold true for all of them. There are
Not only do these dorms have personal bathrooms (a luxury most college freshmen will never know), but they also have a cleaning staff for them. Less time cleaning = more time studying! Or something like that...
In addition to the many lounges, multi-purpose room with a giant projection screen, and the best dining hall on campus, Simmons Hall also has a ball pit. Where do we sign up?
Gabrielle Jungels-Winkler Hall houses students in a 1920's Mediterranean-style building. Who even needs to study abroad?
The Callaway House at UT has an actual rooftop pool. We're not entirely sure how any actual studying gets accomplished when you live here.
The college's North Lake Village lets students feel like they're permanently on vacation. Not only is the housing waterfront (!), but it also features fire pits, hammocks, and a sand volleyball court.
Want to live in an actual castle? Brandeis's Usen Hall will be your happily ever after.
Moregens Hall recently underwent at $35 million renovation, and the end result included kitchens inside each apartment, individual heating and air conditioning, and floor-to-ceiling windows. Score!
Not only does Morgan Hall have a terrace, but it also has a flat screen TV in each deluxe apartment.
If you can score living in Apartment 5, this is where it's at. A lease there comes with an unlimited meal plan (so no cooking unless you want to), and the hall features a 2,100-gallon aquarium.
In addition to standard dorm rooms and apartments, students can apply to live in one of the eight "College Houses". One theme runs true throughout all of the living options: they are seriously spacious.