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I traveled solo and stayed in a 4 person dorm. The hostel was quiet, my roommates stayed out most of the time, the bathroom was clean, and the area had many attractions. There is no common area in this building, but the main St. Christopher's...More
Thank Crys L
Response from STCHostels, Manager at St Christopher's Oasis at the OrientResponded 10 August 2015
Thanks for taking the time to leave us a review! We're glad to hear you enjoyed your stay and hope to see you back again! Safe travels!
We were seven girls who rented a room with eight beds at St Christopher's Oasis. We were placed at the one closest to the London Bridge underground, and not the one where they served breakfast etc. We knew it was a bed and breakfast and...More
Hostel is very clean, staff are amazing and you can have all the facilities you ever need.It is specially recommended to those who wants to party and have fun. Most important for me : Wifi was actually fast.
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1 Thank Jessica B
Response from STCHostels, Front Office Manager at St Christopher's Oasis at the OrientResponded 14 June 2015
Hi, So glad that you enjoyed your time with us, we hope that you decide to stay with us again at some point. Safe travels
The only advantage of this place is its cheapness. Note that there are different places named "St Christopher's" on the same street. I booked to the "Oasis", but was put into a room in the "Village", where the check-in is as well. It was really...More
Response from STCHostels, Front Office Manager at St Christopher's Oasis at the OrientResponded 25 May 2015
Hey! Thank you for taking the time for leaving us a review.
We do apologize that your stay with us was not very positive.
Unfortunately the old Oasis building has been sold, the new Oasis is now located in the village but in a separated...More
I really enjoyed staying at the Oasis, as it was very quiet and relaxed. It is a quieter than the Village just a block away. It has everything you need in a hostel, including towels.
It gets busy and booked out so you need to...More
Response from Beds B, Reception at St Christopher's Oasis at the OrientResponded 22 February 2015
Hey, thanks so much for leaving us such a kind review! Great to hear you enjoyed your stay - please come back and see us again soon :) Happy travels!
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