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Looking for student accommodation in Hull? When you’re not busy at school or exploring the town, enjoy amenities like screening rooms for a movie, marathon weekends, lounges, study rooms, on-site laundry services, maintenance teams, and much more. With Unilodgers, you get to choose from 600+ student housing options with amenities that will make university life better. Choose a comfortable and budget-friendly flat to live starting from £75 per week only on Unilodgers. Here are the type of student rooms available on Unilodgers:
Shared rooms: Students share a bathroom, kitchen, and common space
Private rooms: Offer a personal study space and shared common kitchen and living room
Studio flats: All studio student accommodation offers complete privacy with a sleeping area, study space, bathroom, and kitchen
Entire apartment: Offers a bedroom, study space, ensuite bathroom, and wardrobe
Kingston upon Hull, more commonly known as just ‘Hull’, is a port city located at the confluence of River Hull and Humber Estuary, in East Yorkshire, England. The city is home to the Humber Ports – the largest port complex in the UK and to ‘The Deep’ – the only Submarium in the World. Hull is known to have a very vibrant culture, and was the ‘2017 UK City of Culture’. The city offers international students some of United Kingdom's finest higher education institutions, including the University of Hull, and many more.
Cost of living: Hull is a moderately priced city to live in. To give you an idea the monthly food shop bill for a student will be around £100
Student-friendly locations: Hull is full of student-friendly neighbourhoods. You will find many accommodations that will meet all your requirements
Rent for students: Our affordable flats to rent in Hull starts from £75 and have offers up to £150. With Unilodgers you need not worry about the amenities and bills as everything is included in the rent.
Enjoy a slew of takeaway eateries, fancy restaurants, and dessert parlours to fight off those sudden cravings. Shake off the shackles of academic stress and prepare to party hard at the numerous pubs and bars close to your student halls in Hull.
Museums and Culture: In order to absorb the culture of the city visit the Hull Museum Quarter that consists of Arctic Corsair, Wilberforce House, Hasholme Logboat, which happens to be UK’s largest prehistoric ‘Logboat’ and the Streetlife Museum of Transport.
Shopping: You can shop till you drop in this city at one of these three main shopping centres – St. Stephen’s, Princes Quay and the Prospect Centre, as they offer high street names, departmental stores, restaurants and cafes. You could also check out a huge variety of independent shops and chain stores at these shopping streets – Hessle Road, Chanterlands Avenue, Beverly Road, Newland Avenue and Princes Avenue.
Parks and Picnics: If you want to just relax with your friends and soak some sun why not head to one of the many parks and green spaces that spot the city; to name a few Pearson Park, East Park, Pickering Park and Queen’s Gardens.
Restaurants, Cafes and Bars: There is a huge variety of pubs & bars and nightclubs to explore when it comes to Hull’s nightlife. If you are looking to spend a casual evening with your friend over drinks and scrumptious food you can head to The Gardener’s Arms, Propoganda, Haworth Arms, The Polar Bear or Level Café Bar and Grill, naming only a few of the popular student haunts. Get your dancing shoes on and hit one of these nightclubs – Fuel, Asylum, Piper Club, Spiders and The Welly for the most epic student nights.
Others: You can also enjoy live music, opera, ballet and drama at Hull New Theatre and Hull Truck Theatre or Hull Venue.
Festivals: You should also experience the Hull’s Fair which happens to be the largest as well as the oldest travelling fair in Europe and takes place every year in October.
No matter which neighbourhood you choose, Hull is walkable and has great 24/7 public transport.
Bus: The Student 10 Trip gives you a peace of mind when getting around Hull for just £12, and if it's your first bus ride, Stagecoach makes it simple and safe.