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Phoenix Hostel

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4.2km from city centre - Show on Map
7.6
Very good 3250
  • Wonderful Location
  • Marvellous Staff

At the Phoenix hostel we have endeavored to provide you with a laid back, friendly, fun, clean, and safe place to stay during your trip to London.... More...

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Palmers Lodge - Swiss Cottage

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6.5km from city centre - Show on Map
8.5
Fabulous 14958
  • Wonderful Location
  • Marvellous Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Whether you’re a Backpacker or a Budget traveller with excellent taste, you will enjoy Palmers Lodges Swiss Cottage, the grand charm of this historic building... More...

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St Christopher's Camden

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4.3km from city centre - Show on Map
8.1
Fabulous 3646
  • Perfect Location
  • Marvellous Staff
Free WiFi

Camden rocks and rolls! Enjoy the busiest nightlife and street markets! Guests enjoy a 25% discount on food at our Belushi's Bar, FREE WiFi and 2 for 1 drink deals!... More...

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London Backpackers

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11.9km from city centre - Show on Map
7.7
Very good 4054
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Welcome to London Backpackers, one of London's Original Hostel/Backpackers... More...

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Smart Camden Inn Hostel

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4.6km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Wonderful Location
Free WiFi

We offer convenient, comfortable, stylish, and affordable accommodation at a price that will not be beaten. We are excellently located in the heart of Camden Town... More...

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Mornington Camden

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4.1km from city centre - Show on Map
7.6
Very good 39
  • Wonderful Location
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Close to Central London and the Metro, a beautiful luxurious new Women only Hostel, with a hotel like atmosphere. Family Staff, a great price all inclusive, you will love staying here.... More...

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Bloomsbury Rooms

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2.9km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
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Bloomsbury Rooms offers you private double rooms in London with competitive prices.... More...

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Elmwood Hotel

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3.3km from city centre - Show on Map
7.2
Very good 109
  • Wonderful Location

This central London hotel just 2-minutes from Kings Cross rail station, offering well-maintained reliable facilities and an attentive, professional service.

Compact, practical rooms with standar... More...

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Camden Town in northwest London is famed for its music venues and bohemian vibe. You can search for Banksy murals amongst the incredible displays of street art and join a tour to see pieces featuring John Lennon and Amy Winehouse. Drink a beer in one of the many taverns, or book tickets to see a local band who might be the next big thing. And let’s not forget the Camden Markets, where visitors flock looking for tasty snacks and vintage items in the counter-cultural atmosphere.

Some hostels in Camden are above typical English pubs where you can spend your evenings sipping discounted drinks or planning nights out at local gigs. Have a little quiet time in a reading room kitted out with comfy Chesterfield sofas, part of a historic building dating back to 1882. Look out for a Camden hostel with a communal kitchen so you can line your stomach before joining a daily pub crawl or taking a trip to see a live band.

Camden High Street is an iconic, bustling road lined with independent boutiques for punk, goth and vintage shoppers. Tattoo parlours sit alongside second-hand record stores and many have colourful street signs with deigns like giant 3D trainers or dragons. Wander along Regent’s Canal or take a narrowboat trip up to Little Venice from Camden Lock. It's a short walk to celebrity hangout Primrose Hill, where you can climb to the top for views across London's skyline.

There are six markets between Camden Town and Chalk Farm selling everything from fruit and veg to vintage vinyl, so you'll find plenty of quirky shops to explore. Spend a day winding through narrow streets, stopping for delicious bites and artisan drinks. Music venues like the Electric Ballroom, Dingwalls and the Roundhouse have long supported up-and-coming musicians and hosted acts like David Bowie, The Rolling Stones and Pink Floyd. You can pay your respects to the late Amy Winehouse at her bronze memorial statue outside Stables Market.

If you're arriving by London Underground, get off at Camden Town station on the High Street. It's on the Northern Line within Zone 2. You can also get off at Chalk Farm and walk to central Camden in under 10 minutes. There's an overland train station, Camden Road, on the other side of Regent’s Canal that connects to other parts of Greater London. A 20-minute walk or 10-minute underground journey will take you to London King's Cross and St Pancras train stations. Heathrow and Gatwick airports are both within an hour's trip on public transport.

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Camden Town in northwest London is famed for its music venues and bohemian vibe. You can search for Banksy murals amongst the incredible displays of street art and join a tour to see pieces featuring John Lennon and Amy Winehouse. Drink a beer in one of the many taverns, or book tickets to see a local band who might be the next big thing. And let’s not forget the Camden Markets, where visitors flock looking for tasty snacks and vintage items in the counter-cultural atmosphere.

Some hostels in Camden are above typical English pubs where you can spend your evenings sipping discounted drinks or planning nights out at local gigs. Have a little quiet time in a reading room kitted out with comfy Chesterfield sofas, part of a historic building dating back to 1882. Look out for a Camden hostel with a communal kitchen so you can line your stomach before joining a daily pub crawl or taking a trip to see a live band.

Camden High Street is an iconic, bustling road lined with independent boutiques for punk, goth and vintage shoppers. Tattoo parlours sit alongside second-hand record stores and many have colourful street signs with deigns like giant 3D trainers or dragons. Wander along Regent’s Canal or take a narrowboat trip up to Little Venice from Camden Lock. It's a short walk to celebrity hangout Primrose Hill, where you can climb to the top for views across London's skyline.

There are six markets between Camden Town and Chalk Farm selling everything from fruit and veg to vintage vinyl, so you'll find plenty of quirky shops to explore. Spend a day winding through narrow streets, stopping for delicious bites and artisan drinks. Music venues like the Electric Ballroom, Dingwalls and the Roundhouse have long supported up-and-coming musicians and hosted acts like David Bowie, The Rolling Stones and Pink Floyd. You can pay your respects to the late Amy Winehouse at her bronze memorial statue outside Stables Market.

If you're arriving by London Underground, get off at Camden Town station on the High Street. It's on the Northern Line within Zone 2. You can also get off at Chalk Farm and walk to central Camden in under 10 minutes. There's an overland train station, Camden Road, on the other side of Regent’s Canal that connects to other parts of Greater London. A 20-minute walk or 10-minute underground journey will take you to London King's Cross and St Pancras train stations. Heathrow and Gatwick airports are both within an hour's trip on public transport.