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I stayed in the 8 bed mixed dorm and was not happy with the room whatsoever. The bathroom was not clean, and neither were the hallway bathrooms. The rooms felt extremely cramped and looked like a prison cell. The main area of the hostel was...More
Currently staying for 2 nights in a family room with my husband and kids. The room is basic but clean and all we need for a weekend of exploring London. Great location and very reasonably priced. Hope to return next year.
I am writing this review to highlight the aspects that I feel I didn't see in other reviews, as I did a lot of research to make sure this place was okay, and was quite disappointed when I got there.
Firstly, the free wifi, hardly,...More
I stayed with friends at the RestUp and was pleasantly surprised. We had two family rooms which were lovley and clean.
The staff were extremely friendly and helpful.
My only gripe was that the thin windows made the room noisy at night.
Booked a room for x4 with ensuite - the ensuite was lacking a toilet and featured the smallest sink I've ever seen and a cramped shower. The light went off in the "ensuite" after a few minutes of inactivity so you end up showering in...More
US$ 18 - US$ 80 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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)