Overall a good hostel, location is a little bit of a trek from the main square but is conveniently 1 block away from a grocery store. Only concern we had was that when we arrived at 9 PM, exhausted after our four day Inca trek our private room was not ready. We had to wait while the staff cleaned it. Also, we were told that while the hostel provides clean sheets with every use they only wash the blankets once every few months. Shared bathrooms appeared very clean however, and lots of hot water.
- Novice Nomad
- All Female Group, 18-24
- (5 reviews)
The hostel was easy to find via car, and had close parking located directly behind the building. Upon arrival the staff were very helpful. The rooms were clean, and it was very nice that a fresh towel was provided daily. The lockers are large enough to hold most valuables, but not a pack. Breakfast was basic but well stocked One negative thing is that my travel companions complained of their mattresses having a strong odour of paint thinner or another chemical substance.
Located right at London Bridge and a 10 minute walk to Tower Bridge, you can't beat the location. There are large cages under the bed that hold all of your stuff. The staff seemed friendly enough. Laundry isn't available before 4pm, so don't plan on doing it before then. Clean hostel. Not many outlets in the room though, so bring an extension cord.
This "hostel" was the cleanest one I've ever stayed in- it was more like a hotel. The all you can eat breakfast (an additional 6 euros) was definitely worth it. It's also very family friendly. The bar offered some good drink deals. The one complaint I have is that we couldn't get our room until 2 hours after the official check in time. The staff originally told us it would only be a half hour wait, but then they kept extending that wait and it was very frustrating.