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Super fun hostel, great staff and very clean! Loved that there were different types of plugs next to each bed. Great breakfast too: if you book directly in St. Christopher's site you get the breakfast for free, and if you book in other sites you...More
Never stayed at a hostel before so wasn't sure what to expect. Great staff, very helpful. Stayed at the Oasis which is female only, made me feel better as I was traveling by myself. Location was close to underground and Borough Market was very close....More
I stayed here for 3 nights, and was overall quite satisfactory with the hostel. I had initially booked through Booking.com, but upon arrival was told that the hostel had not processed my reservation because of a system overhaul. The staff member Laura ended up giving...More
Staff was friendly and very helpful, location was brilliant, and nightlife was really good. 10/10 would recommend, and definitely would like to go back again. :) Went here on my first solo trip, was a bit scared it would be awks to be alone, but...More
Can't fault the accommodation or staff. But my dorm was facing onto the very busy street , its not for people who are light sleepers. Lots of noise from the traffic. Maybe if they invested in some double glazing lol. But fantastic location and very...More
US$23 - US$136 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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