I stayed there for three nights. People (staff) were friendly and hostels were nice and clean. They had this luggage room as well where you can store your bag etc. There are lockers if you want to use them but they are costly. I dont remember but I think it was 2 pound for a day or something like that. Beds are new and good. Nightlamps Location is perfect and the city of Bristol is very small as compared to US and Indian cities.
Cons: No internet facility. You need to buy cards and they are so costly that you can have at least a good lunch with that money in some restaurant (9 GB Pounds). Bathrooms have showers but you cant regulate the temperature. No towels provided. No locks provided though Almirah is available. You need to buy a pad-lock for which they charge you (3-5 Pounds).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- For good accommodation in Bristol city centre, this backpackers hostel makes a perfect base. Explore the harbourside and old city areas, visit the magnificent Avon Gorge - Brunel’s suspension bridge or enjoy Bristol’s cultural base of theatres, museums, art galleries and thriving live music and club scene. A former waterfront grain house, this Youth Hostel has been sympathetically restored to offer relaxed cosmopolitan surrounding, ideal for a cheap city break or weekend away.YHA members can enjoy free Wi-Fi in social areas at YHA Bristol! ... more less
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