Sunset Village UCLA Reviews

4.1
16 reviews

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Sunset Village is a dorm that offers a mix of spacious rooms, private bathrooms, and a peaceful environment. The dorm provides various room setups, from doubles to triples, with amenities like large closets and desks. While some residents appreciate the isolation for quiet study sessions, others mention the lack of social interaction as a downside. Additionally, the dorm's proximity to dining halls and campus facilities is a major plus. However, issues like pesticide infestations, sound isolation problems, and inconvenient laundry room locations have been reported. Overall, Sunset Village is recommended for students seeking a tranquil living space close to campus, with a preference for privacy and individual space.

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14

Sophomore

8

Junior

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1 year ago
Verified Student

Sunset Village is a pretty good dorm. I lived in a double room and it was nice, we have private bathrooms and they are really spacious. The rooms are also spacious and the closets are big too. I really like the set up for the room it’s like one bed and one desk in a line on the two sides and there’s...

Lived in a double room
1 year ago
Verified Student

Canyon point has some of the largest rooms and private bathrooms. However, the building is also pretty old— there is AC and heating, but no thermostat so you have to use this dial system that makes it hard to keep the room at a constant temperature.

1 year ago

I think Sunset is great if you want somewhere quiet and close to campus. The rooms in Canyon Point are large and spacious. Fair warning though, the building is older and while it has AC/heating, there’s no thermostat— just a dial for you to manually turn on the heat/AC.

1 year ago
Verified Student

I lived in sunset village courtside during my freshman year and it was completely different than what I expected. My room was near the entrance so the size and structure of my room was a lot more confusing and inconvenient than the other dorms in courtside. Due to this, I could only open the bathro...

Lived in a triple room
1 year ago
Verified Student

It is very peaceful living here (specifically in Canyon Point). The building is close to all the dining halls and is close to campus. The rooms and bathrooms are nice and big. :)

Lived in a triple room
1 year ago
Verified Student

Pros: Quiet place with the occasional party. Cons: Sometimes has pesticide infestation. Due to the quietness, people may also be antisocial.

Lived in a double room
1 year ago
Verified Student

Pros: Quiet and isolated for people who want their individual space. Great walking distance to really anywhere on the Hill. Spacious room for the double plaza shared bathroom I am in right now. Cons: Sound isolation is bad. Environment is wet, dampy, and moist at times. Ant infestation problems, r...

Lived in a double room
1 year ago
Verified Student

I really liked living here I chose sunset both years so far and I really liked it. The location is convenient and it’s very quiet

Lived in a triple room
1 year ago

I was in sunset village courtside. the location is the best part; it's quiet, secluded and close to a lot of dining. It's also not as far uphill as other dorms. downsides were that there wasn't a ton of natural light in the room and the laundry room always has a lot of broken down machines (that are...

Lived in a double room
1 year ago
Verified Student

I lived in Sunset Village, Canyon Point as a transfer student in a triple plaza. There was one loft bed and one bunk bed. Our room was adjoined with another via a shared bathroom including a toilet, shower, and two sinks. You can lock the bathroom out from the room side. While the room was a bit cra...

Lived in a triple room