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Not really a hostel in the sense that there was no common room, kitchen, or reception. People just seemed to use it as place to sleep then move on. It's biggest selling points however are the location and price which is a unite reasonable for London. Overall, it was a decent stay.
I had a nice time, I met a lot of lovely people there
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)
We had the chance to change room during our stay so we are able to understand previous comments. All the rooms are not equals. 4 beds rooms are small, with very very small bathroom and 8 beds room is less small. It was good for our use but it does not correpond the definition of an hostel : no kitchen or common rooms to meet other people. Property is ok (I guess it really depends of the people you're staying with rather than the hostel itself).
The owner is really friendly and will do whatever she can to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. The rooms are pretty clean, but the common area can use a bit of tidying from other guests not looking after their stuff more appropriately.
Perfect in every sense. Location: few moments from transport links, bars and restaurants and a short walk to Hyde Park. Staff: they could not be more welcoming and helpful if they tried, first class service! Overall, I was satisfied by the price, particularly as it is so central. 10/10