The college provides accommodation to its students in its halls of residence in West London and also helps students if they choose to live in rented homes. The hall of residence named the Prince Consort Village houses 400 students and is located on Goldhawk Road with en-suite rooms, studio apartments and standard rooms. Most of the first-year students prefer to stay at Prince Consort Village which has an in-house team and a residence manager along with regular events that help to relax and connect with friends. Prince Consort Village has bedrooms that are acoustically treated so that the students can practice from their rooms along with services like a film room, laundry, reception, gym, bicycle storage, open mic space, high-speed internet and indoor and outdoor communal spaces. It is located close to Shepherd’s Bush where several cinemas, restaurants and fashion and lifestyle brands can be explored. The main concert venue of the college is the Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall along with the Britten Theatre which is used for music, theatre, opera and ballet. The Royal College of Music Museum displays musical instruments, sculptures, photographs, portraits and engravings that are related to music along with 10,000 photographs and prints of musicians in its archives.