It was one of the most expensive hostels I've ever visited. Granted, it was cheaper than a hotel room. Boston is expensive.
Somewhat better than average. It's close to the bus & train stations and the downtown area.
The staff was great. The rest was very comfortable. It's diectly across the street from the underground less than 6 stops from most of the things I wanted to see in London on my first trip there.
Nothing remarkable. It was a little better than your average hostel.
I didn't stay here but can't remove this from my itinerary.
I'm really rather tired of places that look for every way to charge visitors for everything beyond a bed. This hostel was very typical as far as features. The biggest selling point was its proximity to the train station which was really all I wanted.
It's pretty typical for a hostel. I was rarely there so I don't have much to say about it.
Pretty typical for a hostel. It's really big and easy to find.
Their wifi was down all 3 days. Otherwise, it was ok... nothing special.
I didn't end up staying here...
The bed wasn't comfortable but otherwise, it was adequate.
The best hostel I've used to date. The rooms were comfortable and very clean. The staff & volunteers were great! The only issue I have was the lack of a printer (minor) and the poor wifi signal unless you're sitting at the front desk. I'd definitely stay there again.
The person who was working was not a positive experience. He felt a bit creepy.
They were painting and renovating when I was there. One of the windows came off it's hinges so I had to change rooms. The hostel was ok but a ways from the scenic part of the city and the bus strike complicated things. I'd rate this as an average hostel.