Hatters at Hilton Chambers Reviews
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Security - i met 2 guys who had their lockers broken into and had their passports stolen. Atmosphere - The 3rd floor was the worst experience in my hostel life. There was a drunk in the room and the room opposite us was making noise late into the night. had to change room to have a much better pleasant experience.
Location of this hostel was perfect, so close to the middle of the city. Staff were great, only criticism would be the wifi - would be great to have free wifi in the rooms, but other than that, really pleased and happy with it. Would definitely recommend.
Had a great stay here. With £50 for two nights in a 12-bed dorm I thought it was a bit expensive, but then again the facilities were good and are very clean. The hostel is right in the city center, close to the bus/train station so that's very convenient. Staff is very helpful, too!
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
Convenient location. The room where I lived, is a spacious and clean.But the hostel needs the common room. Kitchen is too small.
The location is good, kitchen is small but it's nice you can make your own breakfast and they don't close the kitchen. I was disappointed with the staff. They were not very helpful and seemed annoyed when you had questions. Everything else was fine. The other hatters in town is not as nice I recommend this one over the other location for sure.
Great city centre location, pleasant and efficient staff. Good service provided on all levels. Accommodation prices increase at weekends (to over the top levels). A practice which I think is a bit exploitative. One small gripe: Maybe staff could be instructed to open the kitchen windows at breakfast time. The place quickly becomes like a sauna if you don't.
Grand hostel. Nothing fancy, but nothing wrong with it either. Comfortable beds. My dorm was quiet so I slept well. Surprisingly decent breakfast, including muesli and yoghurt plus an orange.
When visitors take the time and trouble to report equipment broken or non-functioning you would do well to pay attention and take the comment seriously, as opposed to making the person feel they are wasting your time.
Hostel was very close to Picadilly station which proved to be very convenient. Limited plugs in rooms and ghetto (vintage?) style Shower/Washroom facilities, and WiFi that literally didn't exist. I could see everyone else connected (In the lobby and eating area only) but my phone couldn't pick it up which was a major drawback for me. So much so that i booked my next night at the Hatters @ Newton St (Which was amazing). Also unfortunate that the 10% savings didn't apply. Overall, would give 7/10.
Close to the train station and easy to find. The staff were friendly and knowledgeable. I definitely recommend them.
Clean, well-equipped. Very friendly staff, happy to help in any way! Middle of the coolest area, lots of bars and clubs. So out of the hostel's control, lots of noise at night time. But I brought ear plugs and slept well! Only residents could get into the hostel and their own rooms, you could put laptops etc behind the desk. But the bag storage was flawed - they gave us the key to access it unsupervised (there was a camera) so we could have nicked stuff. I would definitely stay here again.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)
Rare to find a city hostel with such an intimate vibe. Great stay.
I had a great time at this hostel, met some unforgettable people there. The terrace at the back was the perfect place to meet people, the kitchen is very nice as well. Thanks for everythin.
The hostel is in a old building. But with a good internal adaptation. Although the rooms are large, they don't offer individual locker for your backpack/luggage. It is frustrating, because the hostel offers only 8 small lockers by aisle for every guests who are located at same aisle. But, in general, was a clean hostel in a good location.
I know this hostel is way cheap, so I can't complain too much - it was clean, the location was great and I felt safe. However, I've stayed in other cheap hostels which had dorms rooms that were much less crowded. I didn't have floor space to put down my shoes. Normally there is a locker under the bed for each person, which can be locked - no such thing at hatters. The shower was always full. So I guess you get what you pay for, but I did get more in the past for the same money.
There are some things I didnt like about the hostel.Everytime I needed to get something from the reception I had to wait for 10 mins or so.Even though therem was someone at reception, at peak times there really was the need for a second person,which the reception desk was built for anyway. The rooms are okay,but the shower doesnt have anything to put your clothes at,so when you stepped out of the shower cub, you stood naked in front of the toilet sinks since the shower and toilets were together
Well equipped hostel in a great location. Kitchen and bathroom facilities were excellent and staff were very helpful. Lockers were a bit questionable (outside the rooms and only fitted certain locks), but other than that we had no complaints.
This hostel was good with the highlight being the free pubcrawl which allowed you to meet your fellow travellers. It's within easy walking distance of the train station and the centre of town. The downsides were that the wifi was only on the main floor, there are no lockers in the room and the breakfast is quite basic but I wouldn't leave it until the last minute or there may not be much left.
Try to avoid the upper level beds, they are faraway from the electrical sockets.
Nice hostel, especially the very friendly staff at the reception.