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Cheap rooms, elevator broken for a couple of days (and they put us on the 6th floor), crappy breakfast and we weren't automatically included in the breakfast list, so we had to the reception every morning to ask for coupons. They charge you for the...More
I went there for a night during mine London visit ln last April. Front desk service was good but I was very disappointed with mine bed it was full of rubbish and and dirty smelly which is forced me to sitting on downstairs balcony rather...More
Our experience at Rest Up was incredibly disappointing. We opted for a private room, sleeping two and with it's own en suite.
Location, fantastic, so easy to get to.....but...located on a main road which attracts a huge number of flogs revving their engines all hours...More
I stayed 2 nights in a 30-bed dorm. Room was comfortable enough and it stayed quiet as with so many people, there were usually some asleep. Three-tier bunk beds had railings which people were hanging their towels on for privacy.
Seems to cater for a...More
We stayed here for one night in a shared dorm.
No one showed up and we had the room for us.
The elevator wasn't working though and the way the to the top floor is like climbing the mount everest. It's a very basic room...More
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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)