700 metres from Chelsea FC , Stamford Bridge is 800 metres from Queen Elizabeth Hostel, while Battersea is 2.7 km from the property. London City Airport is 17 km away.
2k away from Earls Court and Kings Road.
london Eye - 6km
Tower of London - 9km
Right across the road is the London Underground which links us to the best sites and tourist attractions such as Westminster (just a 20 minute tube ride away),
Superb welcome, the bed and the roommate was cool. Little toilet / shower & hygiene therefore ...
Lunch not too bad or good.
The place is unwelcoming, very dirty, the dormitory looks like a real squat, or 18 people pile up in a tiny room. I do not really recommend for the price, the place is unhygienic, you can not sleep between return trips and snoring ...
The place is dirty, all the room have a very weird disgusting smell, there is just one toilet in a floor with probably 60 beds. Thats understandable due to the price. What I really dislike is the pub downstairs. Some nights I would dine in my room because there would be 20 absolutely drunk guys steaming alcohol, fighting about football or talking about "the girl with massive boobs that suck their dicks". The lounge for the hostel guests has very old forniture, horrible couches and a shy fridge and microwave that compose the whole 'kitchen'. Location isnt great either. So if you can afford a bit more, I wouldnt recommend you to go here.
I found that the hostel did not necessarily correspond to what I expected. The style is a bit rustic and dated. The private room in which I was with my cousin consisted of a bunk bed and the sink that was there, the water did not flow. In terms of the cleanliness of bathrooms and showers it was not great. However, the staff was nice. Nevertheless, the value for money was interesting since we came to shop and we were always outside and we just go back to drop our things and sleep. I think we should still review the equipment because one of the two showers did not work.
Sorry ! Bug bed horrible night
Nice structure with a superb bar for breakfast.
The kitchen area is small, but the curtains make really private spaces for the beds.
Everything is perfect on the other hand dormitories being placed above a bar / box should not be a light sleeper.
Very good hostel with a super nice and smiling staff.
We're opposite Europe's biggest shopping mall, a direct London Underground connection to Oxford Street and a short stroll from Notting Hill's Portobello Road Market.
It’s easy to travel further afield by taking advantage of Hammersmith’s excellent transport connections, with many bus routes and tube lines accessing all parts of the capital. Take the tube direct to Heathrow Airport or take a short trip in the other direction to South Kensington for famous museums or Westminster for major landmarks.
Good value for money, room and bathroom - clean common WC, secure access with staff presence 24h / 24h, at the foot of the metro with direct line to central London, very decent breakfast included in the price of the room, access to a terrace with possibility of a barbecue (limited access for the tranquility of other guests in the evening).
A very welcoming staff, very good burgers (served with delicious sweet potato chips), varied breakfasts & breakfast. The metro is right in front and provides easy access to many areas of London. As for the atmosphere "youth hostel", we came across a period of low influx of young people. Slight disappointment that does not depend on the hostel itself.
Perfect home, very friendly and smiling staff
Location close to tube, shopping and eating options.
Good situation near transport, good benefits overall.
Auberge dirty and not welcoming
Basic and straightforward. Able to leave baggage through the day without fuss.
Good hostel, Practical, cheap for London
The thing I liked and enjoyed most was its location.
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