We work with all the major hotel groups across the UK to provide bespoke hotel accommodation to fit your needs and requirements.
Whether you are looking for accommodation on a budget or looking for 5* accommodation we can cater for all your needs.
In London and around the are some of the worlds best Hotels. The glamorous and elegant Claridge’s presents sophisticated 5-star luxury in the heart of Mayfair. Spacious, luxurious, and sumptuously furnished, each room at Claridge’s boasts a luxury marble bathroom and peaceful views of the courtyard. Guests have access to free Wi-Fi via infra-red keyboard from the TV. The Reading Room serves a contemporary menu in luxury Art Deco surroundings. The stylish, 1930’s themed Fumoir offers unique spirits and ‘30s-inspired cocktails. Claridge’s famous afternoon teas are served in the grand and elegant foyer, with over 50 varieties of tea and delicious, classic pastries. With its glass columns and juice bar, Claridge’s airy, modern gym is located on the 6th floor, while the luxurious treatment rooms offer relaxing spa and beauty therapies. Hyde Park is less than a 10-minute walk from Claridge’s, while the famous, bustling shops of Oxford Street and Bond Street are only 3 minutes’ walk away.
To stay at The Savoy is to follow in the footsteps of Sir Winston Churchill, Frank Sinatra, Maria Callas, Claude Monet and Katharine Hepburn. An iconic hotel brilliantly reinvented for the 21st century where an unashamedly old fashioned glamour sparkles with a new lustre. Perfectly positioned on the banks of the Thames, all the excitement of London is waiting just beyond our world famous entrance. and many more.
For those on a smaller budgets there are many 3 & 4* hotels both in central London and around the UK such as Holiday Inn, Holiday in express, Thistle Hotels, West Great Western and then for those whose have a very tight budget, Hotels such as Premier Inn & Travelodge would be perfect.
For more information about booking hotel rooms contact a member of the Cultural One Team.
Clink78 combines 200 years of history with a quirky and colourful interior in London King’s Cross. Set in a former courthouse, this hostel is truly unique! Offering a wide range of clean and modern facilities such as a self-catering kitchen, a fun bar, a games area, internet and TV lounges in original courtrooms, a travel shop, a laundry… Clink offer a mixture of private rooms and dorms. Most private rooms and some dorms have their own bathrooms. Offering Girls Only dorms.
CLASHBAR (open from 7pm until late every night) – strictly for the over 18s Clashbar brings you 7-nights-a-week of pure entertainment, fun and frivolity. It’s great value and the perfect place to meet people, sample cool cocktails, play games and dance the night away. Check out our great DJs and acoustic sets.
Clink78 is perfectly located to explore London’s rich past as well as its diverse multi-cultural present. Clink78 is the ultimate hostel from which to discover all that London has to offer. All are within walking distance or just a few minutes away by bus or underground.
For more information please contact a member of the Cultural One Team.
Living in a homestay is quite different to staying on a residential campus. Students attend the college during the day but they spend their evenings, weekends and most mealtimes in the home of their host.
On the day of arrival, students are introduced to their homestay provider. Students are placed in groups of two to four per host family. At the end of the day, students will spend their evenings with a host family in their homes, in order to experience family life in England:
Students will have their breakfast and dinner with the host family and are provided with a packed lunch for each day.
Students will either walk to the college or take public transport, often a short bus ride, and they use a travel card/bus pass provided upon arrival.
On the first day of the course the students are taken to the college, or shown the route to and from the centre and given instructions on how to get back home again. They receive a map, the bus/train route
(if appropriate), the telephone number of the hosts, and the Cultural One emergency numbers.
On the first day of the academic programme the students have ‘induction’ lessons, during which they will learn more about the roles of the college, the timetable, where to go, etc. Students are given a campus/college tour, and a tour of the local area, so they are familiar with where they can find everything.Students then either go to activities or to classes. There is a choice of daytime activities so those who like sport can play football, volleyball, rugby, cricket etc and arts & crafts or Drama workshops.
Packed lunches will be eaten in the college and followed by afternoon classes or activities. Students return home for dinner and on two evenings a week they will return to have evening activities which are designed to be fun, but require the full participation of the students.