Student Accommodation
in Bristol

Voted the best city in the UK for students to live – and those at
Vita Student in Bristol have it all on their doorstep.

Vita Student Bristol is almost full. Last few rooms remaining so look out for property of the week deals.

Why study in Bristol?

Bristol has a certain charm. Maybe it’s the vibrant graffiti art that breathes life onto the streets, or the way that you can feel the city’s history as you walk along the Docks. Either way, Bristol is a place you love to get lost in.

Despite having a laid-back pace, Bristol is known around the world for its culture of activism. It is the birthplace of Banksy, after all.

With such a progressive reputation, thousands of people come to experience student life in Bristol each year, and become a part of something bigger.

Vita Student Zed Alley has, without a doubt, the best location of any student accommodation in Bristol.

It’s in the middle of the city centre and within walking distance of all of the buzzing student areas in Bristol; like Stokes Croft, Clifton, and Gloucester Road.

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We now have very limited remaining rooms at Vita Student and we’re expecting some buildings to sell out as early as next week. Look out for a few special property of the week deals for rooms that were previously booked but have now become available at a lower rate due to cancellation. It’s time to join the highest recommended student accommodation in the UK.


Our Zed Alley building is in the heart of Bristol, and it is for this reason that the building is always quick to sell out. It’s a short stroll to the University of Bristol, and in the middle of all the main student areas in Bristol.


Vita Student is for students that want it all. For students that want to live without limits.

With an all-inclusive service, living at Vita Student accommodation lifts some of the pressures from university life, allowing you to focus on your studies and your experience.

Our buildings are full of friendly faces from many different places. All here to make the most of their time at university. Whether you are creative or academic, Vita Student is the place to learn, thrive and make connections.

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"Central to everything in the city."

Vita Student Bristol sits next door to some of the best bars and restaurants in the city, and sits between iconic landmarks like the Arnolfini, Bristol Hippodrome, and the now-toppled Edward Colston statue. Capture panoramic views on Clifton Suspension Bridge.

Take a breath in nature at Ashton Court. Update your wardrobe at Cabot Circus. Our building is central to everything this beautiful city has to offer.

Despite being amongst the city’s action, it’s equally easy to find a spot to relax. Walk out of the door of Vita Student Bristol and you’re on the Harbourside – the perfect place to sit by the water and watch life go by.



The University of Bristol was founded in 1876 and is ranked in the top 10 universities in the UK, and top 100 in the world.

It was the university of study for 13 Nobel Prize winners, including former Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill.

Since the institutions founding, it has retained its high reputation for world-leading research and industry connections, with its alumni being amongst the highest paid in the UK.

University of
West England

Ranked in the Top 30 universities in the UK for graduate employability, the University of West England (UWE) is known for giving students practical skills to go into their career.

UWE has some of the best facilities in the country after a £300 million investment in 2020 and consistently has some of the highest student satisfaction scores.


  1. What are the best attractions in Bristol?

    Bristol is full of incredible sights. The most iconic attraction to visit in Bristol is its famous Clifton Suspension Bridge. Walk across here at sunset and get some of the most beautiful views of the city, overlooking the River Avon. One of the next best attractions in Bristol is the Arnolfini, a cool arts venue that regularly hosts exhibitions and music nights. It sits on the edge of the harbour, which is the perfect place to hang out with friends in the summer, and less than a 5-minute walk from Vita Student Bristol. Lastly, visit the SS Great Britain, a ship built by Isambard Brunel – this used to travel from Bristol all the way to New York, but is now a museum that you can walk inside and explore.

  2. What are some interesting facts about Bristol?

    Bristol is full of surprises, and the list of interesting facts about Bristol is endless. Every year it hosts its own Hot Air Balloon Festival, which celebrates the fact it’s the world’s biggest manufacturer of hot air balloons. It’s the birthplace of everything from Banksy to the blanket. The city once had its own time zone and even now, has its own currency.

  3. How long does it take to get from Bristol to London on the train?

    It takes just 90 minutes to travel by train from Bristol Temple Meads to London.

  4. What is the nightlife like for students in Bristol?

    Nightlife in Bristol is one of the things students love most about living here. Whatever kind of night you want, there’s something for you in Bristol. See live music and have casual drinks in the creative Stokes Croft area or get dressed up and order delicious cocktails in Clifton. Clubs, pubs, and everything in between, Bristol has it all.

  5. Where are the best places to eat and drink in Bristol?

    Bristol has an abundance of places to eat and drink. With a huge mix of cultures in the city, you can get whatever cuisine you’re craving. A famous food spot in Bristol is Rice & Things, which is known for serving up some of the best Caribbean food in the country. Bristol also has plenty of fine dining venues like The Chef’s Table, Pasture and littlefrench, and street food spots in St Nicholas Market. For drinking, check out the Full Moon Bar in Stokes Croft or head to Her Majesty’s Secret Service, a secret cocktail bar in Clifton.

  6. Where do students live in Bristol?

    If you’re a student in Bristol, it’s best place to live in the very centre of the action. Living either in Bristol City Centre or around Gloucester Road proves the most popular choices for students in Bristol. Vita Student Bristol is situated at the heart of Bristol, with everything the city has to offer at your doorstep.

  7. Can I see my student accommodation room before I move in?

    When you book a student room at Vita Student, you can enjoy early access to all your new building’s communal spaces before you move in. Discover your new study spot and save on your gym membership by securing your space today.

  8. What happens after I book my student accommodation?

    When you book at Vita Student, a member of our team will be in touch within 48 hours. So if you have any questions about your booking, don’t worry – our customer engagement team will support you every step of your journey with us, from booking until the end of your stay at Vita Student.

  9. What age do I need to be to live with Vita Student?

    You need to be 17+ to live at Vita Student, and a full-time university student in the UK or Barcelona.

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