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Collegiate Tower, Bristol
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Collegiate Tower, Bristol

Rupert St, Bristol, BS1, United Kingdom
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About the Property


Collegiate Tower Bristol, ideally situated at Rupert St Bristol BS1, UK, is a prime Bristol student accommodation choice for those studying in the city. Featuring an array of room types such as Bronze Studio, Gold Studio, Silver 2-Bed Apartment, and Gold 2-Bed Apartment, it caters to a diverse student preference. Closest to the property are respected institutions like BIMM, Bristol, the University of Bristol, and EC Bristol English Language School Bristol which means key institutions are a stone's throw away from Tower Bristol student accommodation.

Bristol City, the backdrop for Collegiate Tower Bristol, is a bustling hub known for its exciting student life and rich cultural heritage. Students from around the globe flock to the city, enhancing its cosmopolitan character and academic standing. Bristol's history is laced with innovation and artistic expression, offering students not only top-tier educational opportunities but also a stimulating environment to live in. With the renowned University of Bristol and BIMM, Bristol, contributing to the city's high student population, the city is synonymous with educational excellence. Collegiate Tower Bristol provided by Collegiate, ensures that students have a comfortable, convenient, and enriching living experience while soaking in the city's dynamic vibe, with amenities that make a student's lifestyle in a new city quite fun at their disposal. Whether it's catching the latest film with friends or enjoying the tranquility of the Bristol Harbourside, residents are at the heart of city life when they choose Tower Bristol accommodation as their home away from home. Living at Bristol is not only about fulfilling your academic pursuits. Once you begin exploring the city, students can attest to the fun student life, amazing nightlife, beautiful serene hangout spots, and a wide range of historical sites to explore.

Features


Tower by Collegiate Bristol student accommodation sets a high standard for student living with its exceptional range of amenities. Each room, from the cozy Bronze Studio to the spacious Gold 2-Bed Apartment, is fully furnished to ensure a comfortable and elegant living experience. Imagine watching your favorite shows on a sleek 40" Smart television as you unwind after a day of lectures. Store all your essentials with ease in the cleverly designed under bed storage facilities. The 4ft double bed ensures comfortable sleep while the large desk space and double wardrobe elevate this property's room. The shelves, full-length mirror, and pinboard offer convenience while you can cook up a storm using the microwave and oven, breakfast bar and stools, fridge freezer, and 4 ring induction hob. Collegiate Tower Bristol rooms also have a cooker hood and recycling bin.

The shared living areas come with modern comforts such as a club lounge and private gym, paired with an on-site cinema and fully-equipped games room, ideal for rewinding after a long day. Life at Collegiate Tower Bristol is not just about studying; it's about balance. Residents can relax in the stylish residents' bar, stay connected with the high speed WiFi, or enjoy a quite study time in the study rooms.

Relax knowing that the property has state of the art security, 24-hour concierge, intercom system, and electronic room key. Students can also breathe a sigh of relief knowing that expenses such as WiFi, water, gas, electricity, heating, council tax, and contents insurance all come included within your monthly rent at Collegiate Tower Bristol.

Location and What's Hot?

Perfectly positioned for comfort and convenience, Collegiate Tower Bristol student accommodation is a beacon of stylish living in the vibrant heart of Bristol. Nestled amongst a bustling cosmopolitan backdrop, students have the luxury of everything they need just outside their door. Foodies will revel in the local food scene, with top-notch restaurants like The Canteen, and the trendy Small Bar offering a plethora of delightful cuisines. The area is also a coffee lover’s paradise, having Full Court Press and Mokoko Coffee & Bakery to fuel their study sessions.

From your comfortable fully furnished room at Tower Collegiate, supermarkets like Sainsbury's Central and Tesco Express are readily accessible for all your grocery needs, ensuring your kitchen with appliances remains well-stocked. If health and wellness are your priorities, the Bristol Royal Infirmary is within reach for any medical concerns. For repose and relaxation, the green spaces of College Green and Castle Park beckon for sunny afternoons away from the books.

Pursuing cultural interests is a breeze with Bristol Museum & Art Gallery and the iconic SS Great Britain providing inspiring escapes. Moreover, residents at Collegiate Tower Bristol have an array of prestigious educational institutions at their fingertips; including the University of Bristol, BIMM, Bristol, and  EC Bristol English Language School Bristol. After class, mingle with friends at No.1 Harbourside, or enjoy the eclectic nightlife at popular spots like The Old Duke and Lakota.

The impressive Tower by Collegiate Bristol doesn't just offer a room, but a lifestyle that underscores convenience, culture, and connectivity. It's not just about the proximity to educational institutions; it's about living in a place that's alive with opportunities for socializing, personal growth, and making unforgettable memories

Commute

For students residing at Collegiate Tower Bristol, the convenience of getting around the vibrant city is unparalleled. This Bristol student accommodation is at the heart of connectivity, with various modes of public transportation just a stone's throw away. The residents can quickly hop onto a bus at the nearby Horfield Road and Rupert Street bus stops, linking them effortlessly to other parts of the city. The proximity of the Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station offers a swift commute to farther areas or even out-of-town trips. For those who prefer the quick and frequent service, the M32 Motorway Junction and the Bristol Coach Station are also positioned within easy reach. Collegiate Tower Bristol stands out with its strategic location, giving students the advantage to blend their academic and social lives seamlessly.

What will you get

Your Rent Include

Wifi
Water
Electricity
Heating
Gas
Council Tax

Common Amenities

Club Lounge
Private Gym
On-Site Cinema
Games Room
Residents’ Bar
High Speed WiFi

Cancellation Policies (4)

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  • Payment Instalment Plan
    This property offers 2, 3, 5 flexible instalment plans.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What's included in the 'inclusive rate'?

All utilities electric, gas and water are included in the rent on a fair usage allowance with hot water available 24-hours per day. Heaters are controlled individually by the tenants in their rooms. High-speed internet and Wi-Fi throughout the building, including bedrooms and ethernet cable connection in bedrooms. Council Tax students are exempt from paying council tax, however some councils may charge tenants out of term time, therefore the tenant is liable for any council tax charges that may be incurred. Contents insurance is provided through Endsleigh insurance to cover your belongings for up to 10,000.

Is there a TV?

A flat-screen TV with 40 channels is provided in most of their apartments and studios. Please check with the management team at your accommodation what is provided. If you've brought your own TV, you'll be pleased to hear that there's a TV aerial point in your bedroom, but please note, you are responsible for providing your own TV licence.

Do I have to pay for a TV licence?

You will be responsible for providing a TV licence should you use a TV in your room/apartment.

Will I have internet in my room?

Broadband and Wi-Fi is available throughout the building, 24-hours a day.

How do I access the internet?

Wi-Fi is available throughout the accommodation. Wired connections are available via an Ethernet cable, and connected to the wall socket in your room simply open your web browser and follow the instructions. Upgrade options are also available. Internet is provided by third party companies and they have a 24-hour support line should you need it; details will be given out with the welcome pack.

Are kitchen essentials, bedding and towels included in my room?

You will need to provide your own bedding, kitchen equipment, towels etc. But, they know that being a student means there's a lot going on and a lot to organise. This is doubly true if you're coming from overseas. So you can buy these items from them to make settling into your home a little easier. You can choose one of their collections that cater for your exact requirement, from The Kitchen Collection which contains all the kitchen essentials through to The Luxury Collection which was curated for the ultimate in superior living. You don't even have to worry about unpacking it all. They will have it all made up and ready for your arrival so you can enjoy the way of living from the moment you walk through your door.

Will my room be cleaned?

Room cleaning is not included in your rent, so will be responsible for cleaning your room. If you're not a fan of doing the cleaning yourself, they offer a range of room cleaning services. You can choose from weekly, monthly, ad hoc and end-of-tenancy cleans.

Are the fitness suites and other social spaces free to use?

Many of their student accommodation properties have their own on-site fitness suites, as well as a whole host of additional social spaces. Access to these areas is free for residents whenever you like.

I am paying my rent in full, when is my payment due?

If you are unable to provide a guarantor in the country of your accommodation, your rent payment will need to be made in advance, in full, 10 days prior to your tenancy start date.

I don't have a guarantor, can I still live in your accommodation?

Of course! If you are unable to provide a guarantor in the country of your accommodation, your rent payment will need to be made a year in advance, in full,10 days prior to tenancy start dates.

When can I move in?

Your accommodation will have a dedicated Move In weekend which coincides with the start of your tenancy. Details of this will be communicated closer to the time. Don't worry if you are not able to move in on the dedicated Move In weekend, you can still pick up your keys during office hours outside of this. Please just contact the helpful on-site accommodation team to let them know when to expect you and to ensure moving in is a hassle-free experience for you.

What documents do I need to check in?

Please ensure that, before you move in, you have 
*  Paid your deposit  * Signed your tenancy agreement  * Paid your first rental instalment (or full rent if applicable). Please be aware, no keys will be issues to you if rent has not been paid.  * Provided 1x photo ID and 1x proof of address for yourself (and your guarantor if applicable)  * Provided 1x proof of Visa if required  * Provided 2x passport photos and 1x proof of student status.

What do I have to bring?

You will need to provide your own bedding, kitchen equipment, towels etc. If you have specific questions about what to bring, such as sizes for bedding, or whether to bring induction or standard pots and pans, please contact your on-site accommodation team.

Who can be a qualified UK Guarantor?

A resident of the United Kingdom being Northern Ireland, Wales, Scotland and England. A resident needs to be someone who resides within the UK and is recognised as a resident for tax purposes with HMRC. The guarantor must have a fixed address – Proof of address, in the form of a utility bill (less than 3 months old), and photo ID is required. The guarantor must be able to enter their National Insurance number when completing the booking.

What happens if I fall behind on my rent payments?

Your contract with them is legally binding so please make sure you’re clear on its terms and conditions. Here’s an overview of some of the key facts: You are bound to the full contract period – if you leave before the contract ends you will not receive a reduction in rent. You must pay your accommodation fees on the due dates stated on your contract – outstanding debts will eventually be passed on to an external debt collecting agency. Once your debt has been passed on to the agency, you will be liable for all legal charges.

This will be my first time living in this new country and I'm nervous as I don't know anybody...?

Communal student living is all part of the university experience. But the property thinks they’ve arranged things to ensure that you have a great environment, friendly people and a real sense of community. They want you to enjoy the now and look back with fondness when the time comes to move on. To help make sure you have the best of times, their accommodation team will arrange events throughout the academic year to help you get to know your flatmates while having a good time – and even learning something new and different from your studies. Keep an eye on the Facebook page for your student residence and on-site notice boards for up-coming events.

I would like to be situated close to my friends in the same apartment block - is this possible?

Absolutely! Please let them have details at the time of booking and they will do their best to accommodate friends and students from the same university together.

What kind of students will be living in accommodation?

A wide range of students live in student accommodation, including undergraduates, postgraduate students and international students.

Are there monthly events or activities planned for residents?

To help make sure you have the best of times during your time with the property, the accommodation team will arrange events throughout the academic year. These events are created for their residents to get to know each other and to help bring learning and networking opportunities to you – so you can learn something new and different from your studies. Keep an eye on the Facebook page for your student residence, speak to the on-site accommodation team or check out the on-site notice boards for up-coming events.

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Student Accomodations in Bristol

Bristol Student Accommodation

Bristol encompasses all sorts of student accommodations, ranging from affordable to luxurious ensuites, shared apartments, and studio flats. All the student accommodations in Bristol are built with the motive of providing uber comfort to the students. We can further categorise Bristol student accommodations into halls of residencies, private halls of residencies, and private housing. Many Bristol student accommodation options are located near renowned universities such as the City of Bristol College, Bath College, University of Bath, Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, Bristol Language Centre, and many more. With amber, you can easily find the perfect student accommodation in Bristol, catering to your varied preferences. Student housing alternatives also include options for students looking for short-term accommodation in Bristol. The city has a lot to offer for anyone coming here with the aspiration to pursue their academic dream. If you want to make the best of your student living experience, you can consider Collegiate Tower, Zinc Quarter, and The Port On The Square, among others.

About Bristol

Bristol is one of the most charming and most prominent cities in England, United Kingdom. It is also one of the oldest cities in the world, stretching its history from two millennia. Founded after the country's early medieval history, Bristol has now turned into a beautiful metropolitan area located between two channels of the River Avon. The city boasts a vast financial sector as England's economic, transportation, and cultural trade epicentre. This way, Bristol has a wide range of importance in the country. Being the 10th largest populated city in England, Bristol is one of the most visited cities in the UK after London, Edinburgh, and Manchester. Bristol also shares its borders with nearby popular cities such as Bath, Newport, and Cardiff, making it a highly connected city. Besides, the city has a vibrant historical influence, allowing the town to enjoy a mixture of the early 19th and 20th centuries. Apart from this, the city has always had a very welcoming stance for international students. Every year, Bristol welcomes around 50,000 international students, making it one of England's most-liked international educational destinations. It provides specialised education in engineering, arts, fashion, and psychological science. Booking your private student accommodation in Bristol will leave you enchanted and lost in the town's scenic and cultural dynamism.

Best Student Accommodation in Bristol

In order to minimise the time and money spent on commuting, it is always wise for students to find Bristol student accommodation near the top universities. This can be quite challenging, particularly when seeking student accommodation in Bristol, as the city is home to a significant number of international students. Fortunately, for students pursuing higher education, there are several Bristol student accommodation options available in close proximity to the campus. Amber offers a range of student flats in Bristol, including suites, en-suites, studio apartments, and shared rooms. With a wide variety of housing options, students can easily find a suitable living arrangement that meets their individual needs. Following are the student accommodation Bristol you can consider:

1. Zinc Quarter

2. Vita Student Zed Alley

3. Stonebridge House

4. Studio 58

5. iQ Bristol

6. iQ Water Lane House 

7. Tamarillo House

8. Charlton Court

9. Centurion House

10. iQ Twerton Mill

Cost of Living in Bristol

Bristol is a vibrant city in the southwest of England. The cost of living in Bristol can be relatively high for a student, but it is certainly manageable. According to recent surveys, the average monthly living expenses for students in Bristol can range from £700-£1000. This estimate includes Bristol student accommodation, food, utilities, transportation, and leisure activities. However, the cost of living can vary depending on your lifestyle, accommodation preferences, and social activities. While looking for student accommodation in Bristol, you should consider the estimated cost of living:

1. Gas & Electricity (Utility Bills) - £150 - £200/month

2. Internet & Phone Bills - £33- £40/month

3. Dinner at an inexpensive restaurant - £15/meal

4. Travel & Conveyance - £100- £150/month

5. Clothing & Shoes - £200- £250/month

6. Grocery Bills - £50- £100/month

Student Travel Bristol

Discussing transportation options is crucial when considering living in Bristol. As part of the UK, Bristol has a well-connected and affordable transportation system that covers all major parts of the city. There are plenty of ways for students to get around the city, and their Bristol student accommodation is also in proximity to the city’s transport systems.

1. Bus: Bristol has three notable bus companies: Stagecoach Bus Services, Wessex Bus, and First West of England. With over 150 buses running around the clock, catching a bus from any part of the city is convenient.

2. Metro: Bristol is home to MetroWest, one of the oldest railway systems in the UK, dating back to 1987. The city has a well-established underground and suburban railway network that connects the city centre with all the surrounding areas, making it convenient to travel to any part of the city.

3. Boat: Bristol is renowned for its beautiful harbour, which offers a prominent water transport system in the city. The Bristol Ferry boat system connects to all the nearby ports, making it an exceptional experience for students who want to explore the city through water transport.

4. Cycle: Additionally, exploring the local parts of the city can also be done through cycling. Not only is it an excellent way to experience the town at your own pace, but it also gives you the freedom to choose your destination. Bristol offers cycling enthusiasts exclusive cycling areas such as the well-known Riverside Park.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Bristol

Bristol is a city with a reputation that precedes itself, particularly among international students, given its many dynamic features. With a range of vibrant spots catering to people of all ages, the town is an ideal place to live. Bristol is also a paradise for Instagram lovers. There are plenty of opportunities to indulge your inner shopaholic and explore the local city malls and shops. Over a dozen coffee shops can be found all around town, each offering a different type of caffeine fix. If you're a hardcore coffee lover, you must visit Full Court Press, Little Victories, New Cut Coffee, and Small Street Espresso.

As mentioned before, if you're in Bristol, a ferry tour of the harbour via Bristol Ferry Boats, which operates 364 days a year, is a must. Bristol's eateries will leave you in awe, as they offer a wide variety of cuisine and drinks from almost every corner of the world. The greenhouse is the perfect place to enjoy a drink while watching a football match, while Basement Nightclub, located right next to the City Centre, offers trendy disco beats. Don't miss out on the Gelato from Swoon if you have a sweet tooth. The Gelato Bar offers an incredible selection of desserts, pastries, and chocolate cakes. The Woky Ko: Cargo is a popular Chinese restaurant in the area, while St Nick's Market is the perfect place to satisfy your hunger for different cuisines. If you like to try different foods, all the places mentioned above have you covered.

Bristol Tourist Attractions

Bristol, located in the southwest of England, is a city that has been captivating tourists from all over the world with its rich history, diverse culture, and breathtaking sights. The city is a hub of creativity, boasting a thriving arts scene, and is home to numerous museums, galleries, and theatres. Below are the famous tourist attractions:

1. Clifton Suspension Bridge

2. Bristol Zoo Gardens

3. Brunel's SS Great Britain

4. Cabot Tower

5. St. Nicholas Market

Universities in Bristol

Bristol is home to many prestigious universities which offer undergraduate and postgraduate degrees to their students. Some of the colleges and universities are listed below;

1. University of Bristol

2. Trinity College (Bristol Campus)

3. University of Law

4. The Bristol Language Centre

5. TEG English Bristol

6. EC Bristol English Language School

7. BPP University

8. BIMM

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