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33 Colston Street is a UoB managed accommodation in Bristol City Centre and only a 12 minute walk to the heart of the Clifton Campus. State of the art, modern facilities, with fantastic rooms and kitchen space, make this one of the best University of Bristol halls to live in. It also has secure bike storage. The social experience isn't as good as in Stoke Bishop residences, from what I have heard. However, it is nonetheless still great for socialising and making friends.

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By UoB Student
On 6th September 20

University of Bristol Hall Rankings


New Bridewell #6
Manor Hall #7
Wills Hall #8
King Square Studios #9
Colston Street #10
Goldney Hall #11
Nelson and Drake House #12
University Hall #13
Churchill Hall #14
Waverley House #15

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Most helpful review

33 Colston Street is a UoB managed accommodation in Bristol City Centre and only a 12 minute walk to the heart of the Clifton Campus. State of the art, modern facilities, with fantastic rooms and kitchen space, make this one of the best University of Bristol halls to live in. It also has secure bike storage. The social experience isn't as good as in Stoke Bishop residences, from what I have heard. However, it is nonetheless still great for socialising and making friends.

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By UoB Student
On 6th September 20

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Covid-19 Response

QUARANTINE PROVISION:
Not yet specified
TEACHING MODE:
Blended learning.
OPEN DAYS:
Open day on 13-17 Sep.
TEACHING NOTES:
They plan to deliver as much in-person learning as possible, including lectures, seminars, and laboratories on campus. They’ll retain some of the more effective elements of blended learning that have been well received by students.
This is the latest available data taken from the bristol.ac.uk website on 13th September 2021. Read all universities responses in our Covid-19 university response article.

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whatś the difference between en suite, en suite plus and premium en suite?
By member849337 On 15th June 20
http://www.bristol.ac.uk/accommodation/undergraduate/choosing/ at the bottom
By member849421 On 18th June 20
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Are the kitchens equipped with things like saucepans and chopping boards ?
By member1133619 On 25th August 18
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Student Review: 4 /5
By On 6th September 20

33 Colston Street is a UoB managed accommodation in Bristol City Centre and only a 12 minute walk to the heart of the Clifton Campus. State of the art, modern facilities, with fantastic rooms and kitchen space, make this one of the best University of Bristol halls to live in. It also has secure bike storage. The social experience isn't as good as in Stoke Bishop residences, from what I have heard. However, it is nonetheless still great for socialising and making friends.

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Property management
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Student Review: 5 /5
By On 18th March 19

Best student experience you can get. 4 Minutes to engineering building, all shops around, clean, spacious and study spaces (really help as I can't study in my room). Most importantly is the friendships between flats and the amazing parties. In other words; GO FOR IT!

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Student Review: 1 /5
By On 23rd February 17

Halls were very small, I could touch each side wall of my bedroom with my hands when I stood in the middle of the room. I think Bristol university bought the building and developed them into nice flats after I left.

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Student Review: 5 /5
By On 9th November 15

It was lit fam.

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Student Review: 4 /5
By On 7th October 15

colston street is a great practical place to live, so close to the university itself and to shops, bars, clubs, pubs etc.

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Student Review: 4 /5
By On 23rd April 15

One of the best value halls, it was all really new and all flats have living rooms. The ensuites are also really worth having. Not as great for socialising as stoke bishop though!

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