Generator Hostel London Reviews
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This was my first hostel experience and wasn't sure what to expect. I thought it was great. I stayed on the wonderland level. The wifi was great the bathrooms were always clean and the dorm was quite spacious. The bar and cafe were very sociable and easy to meet people. Will 100% stay again on my next visit.
The location is really nice, just 750 meters from the train station. The cafe/bar has good good and service and nice staff. We stayed at a three person room which is a little bit small that we couldn't all open our luggages at once. And there was no personal light and plug by the room. The bathroom was clean but there was no hanger or shelf in the shower room which is not very convenient. The wifi was pretty good in all the building. They had an elevator but the reception is on 1st floor.
Great hostel lots of fun and very clean! There is no kitchen to cook yourself any food so in booking you need to allow extra money for buying it! However they do have a cafe with nice food! The showers are either boiling hot or stone cold all the ones I tried the temperature regulation did not work! And I tried 2 different floors. That being said of all the hostels I've stayed in London this has been the best so far!
Didn't know what to expect from a hostel was pleasently surprised. Clean and tidy with plenty of security and a good atmosphere I highly recommend.
Good location and bar was good but I found a few of the staff quite rude and the 6 bed dorm was absolutely tiny. Barely enough room to walk through it to the end bed.
Loved the hostel- great for first time stays as it has everything you need. With so many people around all it takes is a conversation to make new friends.
The hostel was ok. it is new-ish, lots of space and is clean. It has a bar (with food) and all the facilities you would need. What I didn't like was that it was probably too big. Guest age ranges from probably 4 years old to 80. The rooms were a let down too, no power points to top bunks or fresh air. 4 quid breakfast was poor, don't get it I stay at hostels to meet people and for that hostel 'vibe'. I probably would have rather to pay a little bit more to stay in hotel than stay here.
The Hotel is Not easy to find at the First Time. I lost my charger in the room, but they couldn't find it. I went to Hostel again and want search in the room, but they wouldn't let me in. That was Not fine. U had to walk 10 min to the Tube. Thats ok. Any other things are ok.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
Great accommodation. In a great location with very friendly and helpful staff
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 25-30
- (1 review)
Stayed here Jan 2013 and didn't mind it. My only problem then was the elevator was always broken and the showers didn't have doors, only curtains. Flash forward 19 months and they have upgraded the building. It looks awesome, but my problem with the shower curtains still remains. Oh, and while I was there I saw people trapped in the elevator. Basically the changes were cosmetic and not useful. Won't be staying here again, regardless of its perfect location.
I found one of the staff there wasn't very helpful. He worked at the kitchen bar. All the rest were super friendly and helpful! The bathroom facilities were always really clean and the wifi was the best I've used in all of Europe.
Hello traveler female! This review is for a female traveler /Camden party goer: I stayed at the girl dorm which was great. The price is fair and the atmosphere is young and good. To the staff supervisor: please add a bench at the shower. We have nowhere proper to put our stuff. also- can you get computers to rent? Overall it was great. I didn't like one stuff member who was giving me an uncomfortable feeling: a girl with glasses at the reception. Overall it was nice.
Excellent location. Only 2 power outlets in the wall for 12 people. Terrible showers. Need to improve. There's no place to leave things (clothes, soap,...) during the shower.
Well situated, safe and clean but expensive as regards the comfort.
- Novice Nomad
- Mixed Group, 41+
- (1 review)
Very much enjoyed my stay here and would highly recommend to travelers. Pros: great location, clean, security guards outside/safe area, helpful and friendly staff, food + drink options available in the common areas Cons: avg age of the groups there seemed younger. might be more fun for university age students I wrote a full review on this hostel here: http://mvmtblog.wordpress.com/2014/08/22/hostel-review-generator-hostel-london/
It's the best hostel that I have ever been in Europe!! All organized and clean! Staff really helpful and friendly. It's near to everything, especially from the London main station: st. pancras. All nights there are parties at the bar, which is really cool. I strongly recommend this hostel and I'll be back soon.
great location, friendly staff, large and anonymous, rooms ok but not very comfy (nothing to sit on except the floor or crouched on the bed, barely anyplace to hang clothing, slightly smelly), shared bathroom large but not in full working order (toilets that don´t flush, showers with only very hot or cold water, flooded floors and again, no hooks). So: ok for a night or two, but I wouldn´t choose it again
Very elegant and central to metro and bus system. I would have liked access to a refrigerator to store my purchases and a microwave or electric kettle. Hosteling is about saving money on certain areas and it was difficult to soon food because there were no provisions for it. There is enough space in this hostel for them to install a small kitchen for guest use.
My only issue is the female toilets on my floor were blocked every day, stank and were not repaired. The showers are a bit grosse as there is one communal drain. The rooms are quite small.
Well... The 3 room private dorm should be renamed 3 person shoe/sweat/sauna/bikram room. No air con in the room. No room to put your belongings. We ended up checking out within 30min. Manager was nice enough and very understanding to give us our full refund. We moved to a hotel in a better area and for a lot cheaper and a lot more nicer room. Ppl travelling on their own it's probably fine. But 3 grown blokes it just wasn't gonna cut it. Rant over