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Yes where you check-in is a bit of a walk, for when you are carrying a suitcase and have just travelled through 3 countries in one day I wasn't too impressed, but I got over it. We luckily found it after 2 fellow canadians gave...More
Although the reception is several blocks away from Oasis, it wasn't really a problem. Once you've checked in and have your key card, you are literally steps away from the London Bridge tube station (exit at Borough Street), you get free wi-fi at Oasis and...More
Everything worked as expected in a Hostel, no problem with linen, cleaness or services. But take care if you have a heavy luggage... you can be at the top as I was and have problems to carry it alone up hundreds of tiny stairs. Ah,...More
I stayed at "Oasis" which is part of this hostel. If you are staying at the main site this may not apply.
1) Schlep. You have to schlep all of your luggage to check in, schlep it back two city blocks to the hostel, and...More
My mother and I recently took a trip to London and as we wanted to do the trip on a budget we booked a hostel instead of a hotel so we could spend more money on attractions!
We chose the Oasis hostel as it was...More
US$ 21 - US$ 105 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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