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639 Harrow Road, Kensington and Chelsea, London, NW10 5NU, United Kingdom – Show map – Subway access
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Game Room, Karaoke
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in public areas and costs GBP 1 per hour.
No parking available.
Packed Lunches, 24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Laundry
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
2:00 PM - 12:00 AM
7:00 AM - 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
Children cannot be accommodated at the hotel.
Extra beds are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
This property only accepts cash payments.
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Based on 329 reviews
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In a great location for exploring central London, The Londonears Hostel has accommodations just a 5-minute walk from Earl's Court Exhibition Centre and Tube (subway) Station.
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Just 500 ft from Bayswater Underground Station and Hyde Park, Smart Hyde Park Inn has budget dormitories with free Wi-Fi in common areas. There is a spacious shared kitchen and 24-hour front desk.
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Established in 1854, the Queens Hotel is a magnificent Victorian building and it is 8 miles from central London. Crystal Palace Park and Underground Station are a 10-minute walk away.
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Just a 5 minute walk from Paddington Station and less than half a mile from Hyde Park, the Equity Point Hotel has dorms and private rooms. It offers a lounge and a bar.
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Everything , particularly the bad smell
- cheap hostel for London - chance to give to the reception a bag and keep it safe for you
- beds very close, annoying - depressing place - facilities not good (eg. shower in a corner in the room) - queue to check-in
location near the tube station
administration and general cleaning was lacking
Being posted on a topbunk with no ladder to scale it. Not very amusing.
Cleanliness, facilities, most things really
Rude stuff Fights every night No Security Feeling unsafe Very noisy Very dirty Weird people Very dirty WC facilities Worst hostel ever!
The dirt, the rude staff, the noise,a kitchen the size of a cupboard for over 400 people... This is a homeless shelter, not a hostel, and a very poorly run shelter. And they did not have our booking...
Close to tube station
Poor cleanliness, I saw mouses and cockroachers inside the dorm and in corridor. Dirty deddings! No toilet paper!
Location perfect,close to underground. Booking easy,staff always there to help. Food in restaurant ok. Coffee
I was not informed that I need cash to pay,deposit on the key to my room is £10 or passport (refundable). Had to go to nearest ATM. I was there 3 nights. Every time I came at evening to my room someone else was sleeping in the bed I had previous night. Not sure staff changed the bedding since my bed was very smelly with someone's sweat. Would be good to give us a simple sigh :"reserved" to tell new roommate that it is my bed and help them to choose a different one.
i don't like any thing
avery thing espacely staif
- Well, it was cheap... - It is really close to Kental Green.
Hoo boy, there's a lot of things to mention. Reception talks in broken English... Well, they are at least helpful. I had booked bed in 8 bed room - and I saw just 6 of them. Eh? Oh, in room there's shower cabin, not walled out or something - just painted. It's not locked. Steam would be everywhere in room after shower. And you have 6 people here... Beds were probably some cheapiest things you can get here - cheap steelframe, screeching matresses... You couldn't move in the night, because you would wake up everything in room. There was also loud alarm in the night from time to time - how I was supposed to sleep? Room couldn't be closed. Oh, you have to pay 1 phound for keeping your belongings in storage room. Wi-Fi costs 3 pounds for 24 hours - and they have funky codes which don't want to work... Internet cafeteria was smelly. There was only one ancient computer working, rest of them were dead, with their insides layed open. I saw guy borrowing a kettle, which fallen apart in his hands, wow.
Cheap accommodation, Cheap breakfast
Noisy street, overcrowded room.
nothing i liked leaving
everything we did nt feel safe it was nt clean
Waiting, and for quite a while, first in line to check-in at 11pm - tired - and asked to move to the back of the line the moment a pack of ethnic travellers entered the premises.
atmosphere, and facilities plus people that use it are nice
lack of placements over weekends
the staff were polite and helpful, the place were clean. It was a very good value for money. Many thanks.
The cost was low and Good location close to transport and supermarket
Water smelled bad Beds unclean Staff were rude Spider bites in the night Terrible kitchen facilities Bad wifi Expensive laundry
far away from the city center
Adjoining restaurant, laundry services and proximity of tube station and grocery store. Restaurant next door provides access to quick meals and is open late. There is a person that mans the laundry room so you dont have to babysit your clothes. Building is across the street from the Bakerloo line tube station affording you access to London quickly. 5-10 minute walk is a large grocery store, open till 10 (not Sat.&Sun) in case of forgotten items or snack attacks.
Room arrangement, mattresses, noise, facility maintenance. Room is small (expected) but shower stall is inside the room with painted glass. It is small and affords little privacy for mixed company. Building is old and shows serious disrepair (even by hostel standards) half the toilets worked, shower head wouldn't stay on wall, mattress springs were like acupuncture in your back and sticker said not to drink the water from tap. Very noisey until late in the night(2300-0100) with loud music and people on the street. Even for the price, we were a little surprised at how little you got.
very good location just in the opposite of tube station, nice people staying there
completely no stuff in the kitchen, shower cabins inside the room, awfully uncomfortable beds
Train station in front of premises, bus stop closely, the Brazilian restaurant on the premises, free WiFi.
Dirty, smelly bedding which wasn't changed, I wasn't told which bed to occupy, double booked beds. To be fair I should have complained.
Reasonably cheap for London and we could book a private room for 6 friends with just a week left until our stay.
The bed sheets had horrible stains and the pillows were unspeakably poor - lumpy with years of saliva and filth built up inside. The bunk beds were basic and a mattress on one had springs poking up so badly that the hard floor proved a better sleeping option. Suspiciously, room payment could only be made in cash, and the only atms in this run-down part of London were not free to use.
it is cheap and the location is decent. The breakfast is only £1.5. And it is warm in the corridor.
The bed is uneven and the quilt is thin, I am cold at night. There are 8 people sharing one room. There is no kitchen to cook in, and it is very loud outside. Considering it is a room shared by males and females, it is very inconvenient since there is no lock on the shower door. I had stayed in a much better hostel when elsewhere. But since it is London and the location is decent, it is kind of OK. However, I will never recommend this place to another person.
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