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It's a huge hostel, so they get a lot of groups.. which means teenagers!
the hostel is really old and you can hear everything, the beds are unconfortable, there are no lockers in the rooms, the luggage storage is payed and the toilets are mixed....More
First of all, Sometimes I stay with friends in that leave in Zone 3 or 4 sometimes even 6 or 7 haha I dunno why is those Zones consider London, anyways, but because is quite difficult to get a ride on public transport after 12...More
The mostle is dirty and desgusting! Rooms are horrible, not even the window can be fully closed, the bathroom is cold and tiny, breakfest in low and when you get to the breakfest area you wight 30 minutes yust to get food, but when you...More
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Response from RestUp_London, Receptionist at RestUp LondonResponded 3 August 2017
Thank you for taking the time to leave a review. I'm truly sorry that your stay wasn't as expected. While our rooms are quite small, our dedicated 24/7 housekeeping team clean all rooms daily and public areas and bathrooms multiple times a day. We...More
Stayed here for 1 night in an 8 bed mixed dorm. Place was reasonably clean and located quite centrally despite not being the best area. Bathroom in room was way too small. For the prices I would still recommend.
We booked a double room with private bathroom for 2 nights in July, which cost around £175. We thought £44pppn was a little steep, especially for a hostel, but it was comparable to the grotty hotel rooms we looked at so chose this as it...More
Response from Guillermo C | Reviewed this property |
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)