Living with Host.

Living with Host.

We understand that picking somewhere to live while at university is a very big decision. And you need some good reasons to say ‘that’s the place’ for me. So…

…Why live with Host?

Choosing to live with Host could be one of the best decisions you make this year. From shared flats with en-suites, to your own private studio, there’s something for everyone. All-inclusive living means you don’t have to worry about those dreaded utility bills*. Our on-site management , 24/7 CCTV and maintenance teams allow you to put your mind at ease and enjoy your university experience to the fullest.

And there’s more.

From fitness suites to games rooms and study areas, we provide you with the perfect place. Whether you want to hang out with your new flatmates, or study with your classmates, we’ve got you covered.

Don’t want to travel far? Our properties are situated in ideal locations they may be close to campus or right in the city centre, so you have everything you need on your doorstep.

We’re proud to say that we are accredited by the National Code – That means we care deeply about providing a safe and secure place for our residents.

With results day heading towards us why not secure your room today without worrying about your results? Our No Place No Pay guarantee means you can cancel the booking free of charge if you don’t get the results you need.

*Just to reassure you about the rising cost of energy. Our energy prices are locked in, meaning that the price you see on the website is the price per week you’ll pay for the duration of the contract so you won’t have to worry about a rise in your bills at all this year.⁣


Living with Host.

City Focus: Coventry.

Being sent to Coventry? – Our three city centre locations are really close to campus and a few minutes walk to the bus stop for Warwick University.

They all have fresh modern social spaces, with plenty of space to relax and unwind after a long day in uni. At Gosford Gate and Sky Blue Point you’ll find ultra cool study spaces. Designed to help you focus, they’re just the spot to help you finish those assignments and avoid the dreaded library. They’re ideal for group sessions, gather your friends and get that presentation sorted.

We have a range of room types to choose from in Coventry from the classic en-suite’s to studio rooms, we have a room to suit your needs and budget as they start at £100 per week. And if you book a room between the 18th and 21st August at either Sky Blue Point or Gosford Gate you could earn yourself £300 cashback or £500 cashback at The Apollo Works.

It’s not surprising that previous residents rave about how much they love living with Host in Coventry.

“It was pretty hard initially but after I went to the common room and found new friends it turned out to be an amazing place to stay! I am so lucky as my flatmates are good too! They conduct many events here like FIFA tournament, pool competition etc which is pretty cool! 🙂 and the receptionists are friendly and helpful too!”

– Yuvan | 5 star Google review of The Apollo Works.


City Focus: Leicester.

Living with Host.

Our two Leicester locations offer you something different from the historic listed building that forms Block A of The Glassworks to the almost brand-new 41 Castle Street, you’ll fall in love with both of them.

41 Castle Street opened in September 2020 right in the middle of the pandemic, so not many people know about it’s stunning student offering. But with Castle Gardens around the corner, plus the city centre and DMU’s campus both within a 5 minute walk – you won’t find a better location for your years of study.

While with The Glassworks, you couldn’t live any closer to De Montfort University if you tried. It’s less than a minutes’ walk. And the University of Leicester isn’t much further. So, relax. You’ll never be late for lectures.

With both locations located right in the middle of Leicester’s melting pot; whatever your taste in food, culture, nightlife – you will find it all here. Leicester is just begging to be explored. Try stretching your student budget at the largest outdoor fresh food market in Europe. Or catch a game at Leicester City Football Club.

Plus! Book your room at 41 Castle Street before the end of the month and earn yourself £500 cashback.


Living with Host – Our Availability:

We have student accommodation across the entirety of the UK. However, as we edge closer to the start of uni most have already sold out while other have limited availability. Here is our current availability:

Our Availability

Just tap or click the locations tab to find your Host.

#HostEnvironmentalPledge.
Getting serious about the environment we live in.

To become more ‘environmentally friendly’, Host is launching the #HostEnvironmentalPledge campaign to encourage responsible behaviour and drive sustainability across our sites throughout the UK and Ireland.

It’s a simple campaign! For every percent we reduce our overall utilities (electric, water and gas) consumption by we donate to one of our nominated charities.

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