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Hostelbookers Top 10 London Hostels



Astor Hyde Park

There are many Hostels in London and are mainly used and specifically for the 18 – 35  age group, but a few are open to all ages.

Many Hostels cater for  “Backpackers” , mostly young people travelling on a limited budget, therefore prices are considerably less than hotels.

However Hostels are more basic than many Hotels and often have sleeping in dormitory style rooms, often bunk bed and shared bathroom facilities. Single rooms are sometimes available but may cost considerably more.By necessity they are very community oriented and tend to have communal eating area and a storage area.
Whist TripAdvisor is a great resource for Hotels and Bed and Breakfast, it does not really cover Hostels.

Therefore if we want to know which are the best Hostels we have to use a specialist Hostel website especially the well respected Hostelbookers.com.

Wombats City Hostel London – Tower of London area

Queen Elizabeth  Hostel – Fulham

Travel Joy Hostel – Pimlico

Generator London Hostel – Bloomsbury

Phoenix Hostel – Marylebone

Clink78 Hostel – Kings Cross

Astor Hyde Park Hostel – Hyde Park

Astor Museum Inn Hostel – Bloomsbury

The Horse & Stables Hostel – Waterloo

The Walrus Hotel –  Waterloo

For further information visit the Hostelworld  website here

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