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Loved the whole place. It's within walking distance to a few of the main attractions, and easy access to the underground. Staff is friendly and upbeat. The rooms and bathrooms are clean, and the breakfast is great. Wished I could have stayed longer. Cheers guys
Very convenient location! It was definitely a plus to be close to 2 tube stations. The hostel itself may use a minor facelift but otherwise, it's clean with great amenities. Loved the fact that washer and dryer was included! Would stay there again.
Overall there are many worse hostels than this in London. The staff are great, the beds good and location better. The downsides are that the common room is old and stuffy. It needs a little work. The bathrooms are very dated, they work, they are somewhat clean, but need updating. Lastly more sockets needed throughout the building.
Great location, next to 2 subway stations, a market right across the street, nice chill area and pub just beside the hostel. The rooms are very clean and quite big. Staff was very friendly and helpful when i lost my locker ticket.
The location is very good transportation-wise. But it's on a very bust street and you can constantly hear ambulance or police car sirens going through super loudly. Not recommendable to those who have light sleeps. And the wifi, it's very unstable and you have to log in every once in a short while which is really annoying. Showers are clean but you can't adjust the water temperature, which is pretty hot. Other than that the atmosphere is great to meet people.
Love this hostel!! Was my second time staying here - dead center of London, very close to the underground, London Bridge and many other sites. Bar downstairs and pub crawls are awesome. Definitely recommend!
Rooms very noisy due to busy high street outside, showers and facilities very basic but fine. The whole place was ok for a couple of cheap nights but i wouldnt spend longer. Great being so close to the public transport, though.
Facilities are a bit dated and the bathrooms are pretty gross. Very social vibe, however and I found it fairly easy to meet cool people that I ended up exploring London with. The bar is decent. The rooms, however, kinda suck, and only have one outlet for everyone! Staff are very friendly. Definitely a good party scene. Location is really great, and definitely the main reason to stay here.
Great staff and great people around everyone is very friendly and helpful. Very clean!! Would stay here again!!
Great value for money during the weekdays. It needs a little money spent on it with sockets and new facilities, but it works well.
So if you want absolutely zero sleep at night, want to party constantly and sleep during the day and you are not visiting during the sweltering summer months this place could be for you. Maybe my expectations were too high after staying at St Christophers at the Winston... they charged you for fans, instead of providing them in room. Tacky, considering how hot it was. People were loud, drunk and stomping around the halls which woke you up about 2x a hour. will not stay again.
- Novice Nomad
- Couple, 25-30
- (1 review)
I really loved this hostel. The staff was great! Having free breakfast & an in-house bar was awesome! Rooftop terrace is really chill to play cards, beer pong or just chill. 5 minute walk to tube station. Free under bed storage lockers worked great. Bring your own padlock! Take advantage of Free Walking Tours! If you're lucky, your guide will be Luke. He was a GREAT tour guide!! I would totally stay at St. Christopher's Village again! Great hostel!
Good hostel with free breakfast, nice clean rooms, good Atmosphere, pub downstairs with Karaoke, lots of activities to do
I am happy with my stay there; the bed was comfortable, rooms were clean and information was all over for everybody to know. Internet in the room and breakfast every morning were a huge plus. The location is quite amazing and I suppose that is why the price was a bit steep. I loved the staff, the way they work and behaved to me, and I especially liked the blonde girl - she's gorgeous :D. Keep in mind to bring 3 things: a towel, your own lock and a 3 pin plug. Hope I come back one day. Cheers!
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)
I was a returning customer, so obviously i like it. Great neighborhood, the place is neither too big nor too small, there's a bar open till late, an outdoors terrace, overall it's one of my fave hostels in London, and i have stayed in quite a few.
Good place, Belushis staff were a bit useless apart from that the hostel was good.
Friendly and multilingual staff, you cannot be lost in the hostel. Excellent breakfast, perfect location (London Bridge) and the numerous partnerships with the bar nearby are excellent for having a cheaper stay in this hostel.
We were staying in a 8 bed mixed dorm on the 3rd floor and it was like a sauna. The room was extremely hot the whole time. So we ended spending the days on the rooftop patio they had. The showers were definitely not clean and they can do a much better job cleaning it up. The bar was nice but nothing special. The bar is a nice touch and the majority of the hostel rooms will be loud to 2-2:30 am almost every night of the week. All in all it was an average stay.
Had a blast getting to know the other hostel mates, and i found the nightly pub crawls to be very fun!