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This establishment one must judge for themselves. I’ve never stayed at hotel/dorm/hostel however I found this place to be very interesting. It was just me and friend and we are both on a budget. The room was EXTREMELY SMALL but we weren’t in London to...More
This is a busy place with visitors arriving all the time , day and night mostly young kids from the EU in London for a quick trip. The accommodation is clean (We had on suite) but the rooms are small with bunk beds, its also...More
There was nothing horribly wrong with my stay at Restup, but I left after 2 nights to stay at another hostel in London.
- Really good WiFi
- Cool aesthetic
- Food available in-house
- Helpful staff
- Wasn’t a backpackers spot. The...More
I liked this hostel. It was clean and tidy and was plenty of room in the common area to socialise. Location wise it was just a short walk to Elephant and castle tube station. The room was very warm though. I had someone walk in...More
We booked this hostel, not expecting much, had pretty low expectations, just wanted a bed and a shower. In an 8 bed room with ensuite. Not even going to get into the troubles we had checking in, after 24 hours on a plane, we just...More
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)