There’s just over a month to go until we open the doors to our brand-new student accommodation in Colchester; 27 Magdalen Street. And we couldn’t be more excited to welcome students studying in Colchester to live with us this September.
Student Living in Bethnal Green.
In the middle of Zone 2 in the East End of London, you’ll find the down-to-earth area of Bethnal Green. Long-standing cafes and old-school pubs line Bethnal Green Road, while hip bars and eateries fill Paradise Row’s railway arches. And in the middle of it all, you’ll find one of Host’s most popular student accommodation properties; The Hive.
Choose your Studio:
At The Hive, you’ll find a range of studio rooms, all with ¾ double beds, loads of storage space, a seating area, study space, fully fitted kitchens including a dishwasher. And en-suite luxury bathrooms; that make you go wow!
What’s at The Hive?
At the heart of the Hive you’ll find a common room, complete with games tables, large tv and comfy sofas, plus a courtyard area for those warmer days. Then when you’re ready to hit the books there’s a dedicated study area for those times when you want to get away from your private studio.
You’ll also find a on-site laundry room and plenty of secure bicycle parking. Speaking of secure. With 24/7 staff, CCTV cameras and key fob access, you’ll be safe and secure while living with us.
When you’ve finished a day of lectures. Not only will you be welcomed home by our friendly onsite team, they will have also have collected your parcels. Which means you’ll never miss that ASOS parcel again!
As always with Host there’s a dedicated maintenance team who will take care of any issues that may crop up during your time with us from a dripping tap to changing a light bulb, they’ll be on it.
But, forget about all that, The Hive’s pièce de résistance is the landscaped roof terrace with amazing views across the city of London.
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What’s around The Hive?
From incredible transport links to a great local community, Bethnal Green has you covered.
If you’re studying at Queen Mary, LSE, City University, Coventry University London Campus or University of the Arts London. You’ll find them all just a short walk or tube ride away.
Just five stops on the Central Line will see you stepping out into the heart of Central London, with Piccadilly Circus, Covent Garden and Oxford Circus awaiting you. Or even closer to The Hive, you’ll find the uber-trendy Shoreditch and the surrounding districts of Brick Lane, Whitechapel and Aldgate.
At Host, we understand that right now there’s a little uncertainty about starting or returning to university. That’s why at The Hive, we have a few promotions which give you flexibility and peace of mind when booking with us.
All six of our Booking Commitments are available, including Secure your room for £100. Flexible booking; where if your autumn 2020 term dates are pushed back to a later date, due to COVID-19, we’ll credit you for the weeks not required from the start of your tenancy. And our No Place No Pay guarantee.
We also have a Refer a Friend promotion available where, if you refer a friend, you’ll receive a £100 Amazon Voucher.
And what’s more, we’ve just launched Short Term Lets for Semester 1 and 2 of the 2020/21 academic year.
Take a closer look at our promotions including all the T&Cs here.
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