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City Village, Coventry

4.8 (100 reviews)

Student Accommodation

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Bond Street, Coventry, England CV1 4FQ

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Property ID: S00229230
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Basic Info

No Service Fee Near bus station Near supermarket Elevator Walk to school Gym 24 hours security Furnished Bills included

596 Total Units

Highest Floor 19

Built in 2017 · Renovated in 2017

Block A, B

City Village is a luxury student accommodation in Coventry that provides diversified studio rooms, which are spacious, comfortable and equipped to meet the needs of different budgets. All the apartments are equipped with smart TVs, big beds, and plenty of storage spacea complete rental package for you to avoid worries.

 

Features

At City Village - Coventry's premier student accommodation - a range of room options are available, each thoughtfully designed to cater to the diverse needs of the modern-day scholar. The Classic En-suite rooms provide a cosy yet modern living experience, while the Premium En-suite rooms offer just that little bit more for those who enjoy the finer things in life. For students who covet a private living space, the Deluxe Studio and Premium Studio apartments are a perfect choice, combining the convenience of student living with the luxury and privacy of an individual apartment. 

The Coventry flats also have a standard room, games room, and cinema room, which are often used for events and activities to enrich students' social lives. City Village also has a new gym for students to keep fit while studying.

 

Location and What's Hot

City Village student flats are ideally located in the heart of Coventry city centre, with a wide range of shops, restaurants, supermarkets, banks, cafes and shopping malls within easy reach, such as Primark, West Orchards, and supermarket Sainsbury's

Besides, there are banks, restaurants, bars, cafes and so on, which can meet the needs of students. Coventry University, shops and nightclubs are just a short walk away. You can access Pizza Express, Café Rouge, Bella Italia, Belgrade Theatre and more directly!

 

Transport

The student flat is a 2-minute walk to the nearest convenience store and a 5-minute walk to the city centre pedestrian mall; the flat is about a 7-minute walk to Coventry's landmark Holy Trinity Church and a convenient 3-minute walk through the church to Coventry University.

The St Johns Church bus stop is a 3-minute walk outside the flat, and the flat is a 3-minute walk to the St Johns Church bus stop, where we can catch a bus to Warwick Business School in 23 minutes, and the University of Warwick can be reached by several bus routes, including the 4, 11, 87, and other buses, which are a 25 minute journey.

 

Security & Services

In addition to the basic facilities, City Village also has a 24-hour monitoring system. The entry and exit of foreign personnel need multiple access controls without worrying about safety. The apartment also has a professional maintenance team and front desk service, which will help you solve problems in 24 hours.

4.8

100 reviews

Amazing facilities · 40
Amazing area · 45
Great customer service · 47
Super-fast internet · 32

XIAO**

5.0

18 Feb 2024 18:03:19

The house is OK, the apartment is quite convenient and close to the city center.
The house is OK, the apartment is quite convenient and close to the city center.

A**

5.0

30 Jan 2024 18:25:26

The apartment is very good. The front desk is very good. Everything is very good.
The apartment is very good. The front desk is very good. Everything is very good.
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House Rules

Cancellation Policy

No Visa No Pay

If you cannot get a visa to study at a UK University (either on campus or online remote study) and you can provide written evidence that your visa and university application has been refused, Accommodation Supplier will release you from your tenancy agreement and make a full refund.
Evidence must be provided within one week of notifying Accommodation Supplier that you are unable to obtain a visa.
If the Tenancy has already commenced, and you have NOT collected your keys, you will be charged for the period from the 'Tenancy Start Date' to the date you provide the evidence that you have not been granted a VISA and/or do not have a place at a UK University.
If the tenancy has started and / or you have moved into the accommodation prior to your Visa application being declined you will be responsible for the rent for the duration of the contract.

No Place No Pay

If your offer of a place at your preferred/current University/Higher Education Institution is withdrawn by the University/Higher Education Institution as a result of you not achieving their required entry grades or passing your end of year exams, you may be eligible to be released from the tenancy agreement.
You may also be eligible to be released from this agreement if you are a prospective first year undergraduate student and you choose to go to a University in a different city because you have exceeded your expected grades.
To apply to be released from this agreement in the circumstances referred to above, you will need to supply Accommodation Supplier with a copy of:
·a written rejection letter from your chosen university /college or UCAS or a screen shot of your UCAS status which confirms that the required results were not achieved; or
·a copy of the proof of acceptance of your new university by UCAS adjustment.
These document(s) must be received by us within 7 calendar days from the date your results are published or by 1st September (which ever date is the sooner). Please email the documentation to Accommodation Supplier. On receipt of the required documentation, it will be verified and, provided Accommodation Supplier are satisfied, Accommodation Supplier will cancel your agreement and refund your holding deposit in full

The conditions in the prescribed period are cancel

For bookings made between 1st October - 31st July for the forthcoming academic year commencing 1st September, you can cancel your booking in writing or by sending Accommodation Supplier an email within the 48 hours 'cooling off period' of accepting and completing your tenancy online.
·For bookings made after 1st August for the forthcoming academic year, there is no cooling off period and you cannot cancel your booking.
·For bookings made during and for the current academic year (from 1st September to 31st August), you cannot cancel your booking once you have accepted the tenancy offer (either manually or digitally online)
·Please note that once you have received your key and checked in to your accommodation you cannot cancel your booking and you will be legally bound by the terms and conditions of the accepted Tenancy Agreement and will be liable to pay all the amounts due.
·If you do need to cancel you will need to meet the requirements of our No place, No Pay policy.
·In instances where a holding deposit has been paid and the tenant fails to manually or digitally complete the booking, or declines the tenancy offer, Accommodation Supplier reserve the right to retain the holding deposit in lieu of costs incurred.
Once you have booked and completed your tenancy agreement, you will be legally bound by the terms stipulated in the agreement.

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CANCELLATION POLICY
Cancellation policy (An 'Academic year' covers the period 1st September to 31st August)
For bookings made between 1st October - 31st July for the forthcoming academic year commencing 1st September, you can cancel your booking in writing or by sending Accommodation Supplier an email within the 48 hours 'cooling off period' of accepting and completing your tenancy online.
·For bookings made after 1st August for the forthcoming academic year, there is no cooling off period and you cannot cancel your booking.
·For bookings made during and for the current academic year (from 1st September to 31st August), you cannot cancel your booking once you have accepted the tenancy offer (either manually or digitally online)
·Please note that once you have received your key and checked in to your accommodation you cannot cancel your booking and you will be legally bound by the terms and conditions of the accepted Tenancy Agreement and will be liable to pay all the amounts due.
·If you do need to cancel you will need to meet the requirements of our No place, No Pay policy.
·In instances where a holding deposit has been paid and the tenant fails to manually or digitally complete the booking, or declines the tenancy offer, Accommodation Supplier reserve the right to retain the holding deposit in lieu of costs incurred.
Once you have booked and completed your tenancy agreement, you will be legally bound by the terms stipulated in the agreement.

After cooling-off period has expired
If the 48-hour cooling-off period has expired there are some scenarios where you may be able to cancel your booking if you meet the necessary requirements. These are:

No Place, No Pay Policy
If your offer of a place at your preferred/current University/Higher Education Institution is withdrawn by the University/Higher Education Institution as a result of you not achieving their required entry grades or passing your end of year exams, you may be eligible to be released from the tenancy agreement.
You may also be eligible to be released from this agreement if you are a prospective first year undergraduate student and you choose to go to a University in a different city because you have exceeded your expected grades.
To apply to be released from this agreement in the circumstances referred to above, you will need to supply Accommodation Supplier with a copy of:
·a written rejection letter from your chosen university /college or UCAS or a screen shot of your UCAS status which confirms that the required results were not achieved; or
·a copy of the proof of acceptance of your new university by UCAS adjustment.
These document(s) must be received by us within 7 calendar days from the date your results are published or by 1st September (which ever date is the sooner). Please email the documentation to Accommodation Supplier. On receipt of the required documentation, it will be verified and, provided Accommodation Supplier are satisfied, Accommodation Supplier will cancel your agreement and refund your holding deposit in full

No Visa
If you cannot get a visa to study at a UK University (either on campus or online remote study) and you can provide written evidence that your visa and university application has been refused, Accommodation Supplier will release you from your tenancy agreement and make a full refund.
Evidence must be provided within one week of notifying Accommodation Supplier that you are unable to obtain a visa.
If the Tenancy has already commenced, and you have NOT collected your keys, you will be charged for the period from the 'Tenancy Start Date' to the date you provide the evidence that you have not been granted a VISA and/or do not have a place at a UK University.
If the tenancy has started and / or you have moved into the accommodation prior to your Visa application being declined you will be responsible for the rent for the duration of the contract.

SUMMER LET CANCELLATIONS
You can cancel your booking in writing or by sending Accommodation Supplier an email within the 48 hours 'cooling off period' of accepting and completing your tenancy online, provided you have not collected the keys to your accommodation.. However, after the cooling off period you may be able to cancel if:
·You request to cancel two weeks before the summer tenancy start date
·And you provide evidence to support the cancellation e.g. no summer course, unable to meet conditions of offer
If you cannot provide evidence for cancellation:
·Accommodation Supplier reserve the right to retain the holding deposit in lieu of costs
·In the case where the summer let is cancelled by Accommodation Supplier the holding deposit will be refunded

RELET POLICY
Please note you cannot relet your room once you have confirmed and accepted your Tenancy Agreement, this is a legally binding contract and it is your responsibility to adhere to the terms for the full duration of the contract.

Subletting
Please note that your Tenancy agreement or contract does not permit you to sublet your room. Accommodation Supplier will only honour Tenancy agreements directly issued by them to the Tenant. Any persons residing in our accommodation who does not have a valid agreement issued to them directly by Accommodation Supplier will be asked to leave.

Reselling
Accommodation Supplier do not permit the reselling of rooms.
Accommodation Supplier reserve the right to ask for a copy of passport and/or proof of student status information.
Accommodation Supplier want all our customers to be confident that they have booked a Accommodation Supplier's room at Accommodation Supplier's published rates. Booking one or more rooms with the intention of selling them to a student to profiteer is not permitted. Accommodation Supplier will take measures to ensure all Accommodation Supplier's bookings at the time of sale are genuine. Where Accommodation Supplier have evidence that the booking has been made with the sole purpose of reselling/reletting for a fee the booking will be cancelled and accommodation reservation withdrawn and the holding deposit will be retained.
Application Policy

Education Requirement

PhD Permitted

Postgraduate

Undergraduate

Nationality or Region

Unlimited nationality

Double Occupancy Policy

Double occupancy rooms:

Silver Studio: Increase of 25% per Week

Gold Studio: Increase of 25% per Week

Platinum Studio: Increase of 25% per Week

DDA Gold Studio: Increase of 25% per Week

Gold Plus Studio: Increase of 25% per Week

City Village FAQs

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1. You can get considerate and professional consulting services. 2. You can book the exclusive listings of uhomes (subject to the inventory when you make a reservation). Rent reduction discount, rent deduction discount, uhomes exclusive cashback discount, uhomes exclusive assistance discount (telephone card, IELTS quality class, bedding set, rice cooker), additional service discounts, invitation and gift event discounts, combo discounts, please see details Consultant 4. We provide a lower price guarantee. If you book on other apartment platforms and find the same apartment with a lower price, you can book through our platform, and we will provide you with the same low price simultaneously (see details Lower Price Guarantee).

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How to pay rent?

The apartment supports payment by guarantee card deduction or bank transfer. 1. Automatic deduction of the guarantee card On the payment deadline, the apartment will automatically deduct the payment from the guarantee card you bound at that time according to the payment plan. Please ensure that the guarantee card has enough credit to provide rent deduction on the payment date, and ensure that the bank that issued your guarantee card supports this payment. 2. Payment by bank wire transfer If your guarantee card cannot be used for rent payment, please make bank transfer in advance. Before paying, please communicate with the bank you plan to use in advance, determine what materials you need to bring for wire transfer, and then bring the corresponding materials. And please ask the bank to assist in calculating the corresponding transfer fee to ensure that the rent can be credited in full. Please strictly use the bank information sent to you by the apartment for payment (if you have not received the apartment’s bank account by email, and you plan to pay the rent by wire transfer, please send it to the apartment email in advance to obtain the official payment information), and add the corresponding Postscript information, please be careful not to trust the collection account provided by any third party. Finally, please ensure that the rent is fully paid, and please send the remittance slip to the apartment to ask the apartment to check the account.

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Due to delays, I communicated the Flexible Booking Policy to the apartment. When should I pay the re

Since the Flexible Booking Policy is reviewed and decided by the apartment case by case, there is no strict uniform standard. Please confirm your revised payment amount and payment deadline with the apartment separately after you successfully apply for the Flexible Booking Policy.

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