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No Wi-Fi in the rooms only in the common area
No chef sometimes?
Vending machines only accept old pound coins
Items get stuck in vending machines
Housekeeping barges in five times and can’t send them away
There wasn't a lot of people on our floor, so the bathroom was clean and always available. The room was big enough for four people, but the bed didn't have a real matres, just some kind of sponge. They have a kitchen, you have to...More
My friend and I️ reserved a private room here during our stay in London. The private room also included a private bathroom. I️t was very clean and quiet. Conveniently located near the Elephant and Castle tube station. There are options to walk and grab food....More
Stayed here for 1 night. There was a group of 17 of us. 6 adults and 11 children. We had 2 bottom floor rooms. Both rooms had 5 bunk beds. 1 room had it's own bathroom. The other room didn't. We had to use the...More
We had a double private room, with a bathroom. The sheets were surprisingly white and clean, bathroom the same. Easy acces to center, bus stations near by (plus undergrund if prefered), close to a market. Nice, helpful staff. Only issue is that both room &...More
US$17 - US$83 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Guillermo C | Reviewed this property |
Usually there's no power sockets in bathrooms, British are scared of electrocute them self. Well, that's what a British friend told me lol. Sometimes you might see a special socket for shaving machine but that's all. I have... More
Usually there's no power sockets in bathrooms, British are scared of electrocute them self. Well, that's what a British friend told me lol. Sometimes you might see a special socket for shaving machine but that's all. I have stayed in a 10-bed room and 33-bed room and I'm pretty sure that I didn't saw a power socket on the shared bathroom. I will suggest, once you arrive to the hostel, ask to the staff they are quite friendly and they may find the way to help you. (Fingers crossed)