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Antigallican Hotel Reviews

428 Woolwich Road, London, England

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457 Total Reviews
  • 80%Value For Money
  • 79%Security
  • 63%Location
  • 80%Staff
  • 73%Atmosphere
  • 81%Cleanliness
  • 75%Facilities

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Didn't realize when I booked how far out it is, but that was my omission..


There were no women shower, so I had to have a shower in men's. At night it was noisy because of the room neighbors.

  • 2nd Aug 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Spain
  • Couple, 18-24
  • (1 review)

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HI, Our hotel has both a separate Men's and Women's shower/bathroom facility and a unisex bathroom. I wish you would have come down to reception, as we would have been happy to show you where they were located. kind regards, Antigallican Hotel Staff


Nice kitchen area. Ladies shower area awkward - no space to hang things.


Very clean showers and lovely staff. Such a great deal for your money. Closr to a bus stop that'll take you to the tube station.


Hostel is a good ways out of London on an expensive train that stops running at around 11, so nights in the city are difficult to impossible. But as are nights in the hostel. the only common space is the kitchen which is nice but closes at night as well. no wifi in my room. staff was creepy, so the whole thing felt a little like a horror movie. They also all wore the same clothes every day and the one or two normal ones always looked scared. Would not recommend if you want to see London.


The Single-Room was very small an had no window, except for a window above the door. But the curtain in front of the window couldn't be removed, so it was very dark and sticky.

  • 3rd Jul 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Germany
  • Male, 31-40
  • (1 review)


There were a lot of additional fees at this hostel -- like a fee for the locker in your room. I had to ask for a towel, which was meant to be included, so it seemed a bit disorganized. The showers don't have any private space to change, so be prepared to bare all to anyone else in the bathroom. The kitchen facilities were fantastic.


The location was extremly far away from anywhere in London, the bar looked awful, the bathroom was falling apart. The room itself had dirty sheets, there was one small window looking at a wall.


Would like some lockers. Didn't know if there was a storage room or not.


Low price with excellent services, everything was good except the bathroom - The bath tub doesn't work well sometimes. And also u need to pay for renting a locker.


Have to be patient to get hot water. No locker available. A bit far from city center but train station around the corner, so I didn't mind.


Only 10 minute bus ride from the O2. You get what you pay for but the hostel was spotlessly clean, lovely little kitchen upstairs and comfortable beds. Can you really ask for more at that price? Cheap and cheerful but I'll definitely be staying again.


A nice clean hostel that's 30seconds walk from the train station into town. As long as you don't mind sharing a bathroom then I'd recommend this place. Only issue we had was the showers were push button so sometimes a little tricky to use whilst washing hair etc.

  • 9th May 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Scotland
  • Couple, 18-24
  • (1 review)


The water pressure could be better. A little difficult to shower sometimes but a great place to stay. Thank you Antigallican.


This is not a party hostel. You will be meeting some other travellers, it's usually not too crowded and not super lively. Entrance is restricted to those with a code to unlock entry. The place is reasonably clean, but not a hotel. I was in an 8 person dorm, and there was lots of space to spread out. Lockers are 2 pounds each. Walking distance to Charlton station, and serviced by night buses, but a good 30min transit at least to downtown. Two staff members were awesome


I honestly rolled in at 4 in the morning and out at 8. But, what I saw was a very charming facility and the staff were very nice. I would have liked to use the kitchen, it is the nicest space there.


It really depends what you are looking for. It is clean, cheap for London, the facilities are great, quiet. But it is very far from the centre (and you will lose in transport what you saved on the booking). The staff was a bit unconcerned, but without any major problem. Basically good for a quiet week in London when you want to relax a lot and travel little, bad for a week end to party.


Great value for money. It's very easy to take a overland train to london Bridge, otherwise location is rather uninspiring.

  • 13th Apr 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Denmark
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)


I cannot make any reviews here because I had to cancel my booking on the same day I was supposed to arrive in this hostel. I did not push thru with my trip here, at that time. I don't have any experience staying in this hostel. But since I'm "forced" by this website automatically to give a review by clicking on the "appropriate ratings", for now, I just have to give an "Average" Rating, since I really don't have any idea about this hostel, and just so to satisfy or comply with my record reviews.


Chose this place because it's close to the O2 and I had a concert to go to. I started to figure out my way around so I decided to stay an extra 5 nights which was no problem. Bathrooms cleaned every morning. First bed was a bit springy but I changed rooms when I decided to stay longer

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