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Abercorn House Hostel Reviews

28 Bute Gardens, Hammersmith, London, England

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2800 Total Reviews
  • 77%Value For Money
  • 76%Security
  • 84%Location
  • 68%Staff
  • 67%Atmosphere
  • 80%Cleanliness
  • 72%Facilities

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I stayed at Abercorn House Hostel for three nights in a double bed room and I liked it. The room was clean and it had a fridge where you can put your food in case your are like me and like to buy things to eat at the supermarket while travelling. It was a bit noisy and some girls tried to get in in our room but they were probably drunk. It is not the hostel fault that people don`t respect the others. The location is not the best but there are four lines connecting Hammersmith.

  • 27th Mar 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • France
  • Male, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Was very pleasantly surprised at the room upon arrival. It looked recently done up and spotless, which I wasnt expecting at 25 quid each in london. Only problem we had was that we had a door directly outside our room which was frequently used and slammed very loudly, along with very thin walls this lead to a sleepless night. Also a little bit far from central london although very close and handy for the tube it was a 20-30 min journey to attractions in the centre


Abercorn House is a excellent hostel. I stayed in a twin en-suite room and it was very comfortable with a nice bathroom. The staff at the reception are very friendly and helpful. On previous visits I have stayed in the dorms and also double room with shared bathroom. These rooms are also very nice and the shared bathrooms were clean and plentiful and so are the kitchens. I would highly reccommend Abercorn house hostel. highly reccomend Abercor


On arrival we were told we had an upgrade to a twin room with an ensuit, which was brilliant news and the room was right near the reception, simple to find.. However at night the noise was very loud as it is a 24 hour receptions and we often got woken up by staff and others. However the room itself was good, fridge and wardrobe and the ensuit facilities were clean, the beds were also comfortable for the one night that we stayed and very good for location and price :)

  • 25th Mar 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Wales
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)


Staff were rude but place was great would stay there again, just don't expect much in the way of a freindly face.

  • 19th Mar 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • England
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (1 review)


Clean but small (max 6m2) room with terribly unconfortable double bed. Seriously you must change the materace! This one in room no 14 is too soft. Backs hurt us now :( Staff very friendly and helpfull. Thank you.

  • 18th Mar 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Poland
  • Couple, 31-40
  • (1 review)


Lots of comments point out rude staff. I can only say the best things about both guys I talked to. Nice, hospitable, decent, helpful. Great Plus points for a clean room. Minus points for cold and noise isolation - it is nonexistent, if people in the opposite room talk to each other, you can hear them as if they were standing right next to you. Doors cannot be closed in a quiet way. But - this is a hostel, not a five star hotel, and for that you get a very good value.

  • 17th Mar 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Slovakia
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)


We were quite disappointed with our stay: very noisy due to the very thin walls, very uncomfortable, old and too short bed and nobody really cared. Pitifully we would not recommend this hostel.


cons: some things in the room were broken (window wouldn't shut properly, ladder for bunk bed was broken). the showers were clean but smelled bad it was quite noisy, but mostly on the week-end, when music was playing outside pros: the room was cleaned every other day watercooker in the kitchen they provided us with towels, cutlery and plates and there was a fridge in the room the hostel was pretty close to the tubestation (5 mins walk) and there are a LOT of shops near it.


Cold floors! But the coffe you can buy is awesome!

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