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Upon arrival and waiting to store our luggage, we assumed there was a swimming pool as the smell of industrial bleach was so prevalent. Also, we were told not to sit on the benches because 'it was not within the permitted time' and that we...More
I booked for 2 weeks and arrived at the start of the coldest period of winter in history to be allocated a bed next to a broken radiator, near draughty fire exit doors and fungus on the wall. The radiator wasn't fixed, even after 4...More
The staff are friendly and helpful. There was a nice atmosphere in the hostel
I was impressed with the solid wooden steps leading up to the upper bunk - easy access.
Willesden is a pleasant, culturally diverse place to go out to eat.
I booked fairly close to my arrival date and still got a pretty good dorm room with an ensuite. Rooms secured with swipe cards and small wooden lockers under the bunks. Nice breakfast, nothing fancy but all you need. My only issues were the sound...More
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I agree with andrejcheck. National Express is around £11 and both the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines go to Wilsden Green. Keep checking your email since a few days before you arrive, the hostel will send you foolproof... More
I agree with andrejcheck. National Express is around £11 and both the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines go to Wilsden Green. Keep checking your email since a few days before you arrive, the hostel will send you foolproof directions from the Tube station to the hostel.
Of course, we have a storage room where you can leave your luggage for free.
The kettle is only available on the twin and double rooms. But there is free tea and coffee in the restaurant all day.