78 Kings cross road, London WC1X 9QG
- King's Cross St. Pancras Tube Station (0.6 km)
- Angel Tube Station (0.8 km)
- King's Cross Station (0.6 km)
- St Pancras International Station (0.7 km)
- Contact us:
020 7183 9400
- Opening hours:
Mon - Sun: 0:00 - 24:00
16-18 Bellevue Road, Southampton, Hampshire SO15 2AY
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8 reviews of Clink Hostel in English
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Small rooms with 8 beds in it were horrible. Dirty blanket, but was changed nicely and quickly. No big toilets, only small one person ones. Eating room was again very small. The staff was nice, that’s why I rate 2 stars. Really can’t recommend this place. Maybe only because it was cheap.
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This hostel is very welcoming. You are welcomed by a staff speaking different languages. You will not be disappointed with the hygiene of the premises. The small downside is that the rooms are smaller than 4 since they are dormitories, but the rooms are very user friendly 12. The proximity to the subway station is a real asset. Ideal for a trip with friends or a group of students.
It's a budget hostel reccomended for young people. Comfortable bunk beds. Toilets were clean and showers too. You will meet people fron all over the world. Downstairs it's got a bar where you can enjoy some drinks.
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well this hostel is ok. the rooms are clean, even though the breakfast is not overwelming but ok. (long waiting time to get something to eat.) the staff is polite and helpful.
king's cross station is about 5-10 minutes away, so it's pretty central.
this hostel is okay if you stay just over one or two nights and be gone the rest of the day for sightseeing...
It was a great hostel! 1. Breakfast - huge choise for FREE.2. Bar - events everyday - LOVE beer pong! 3.Lovely staff - some girls are really hot...
4. Internet room - not so cheap but great connection and always available - they have over 20 PCs!!! thay have much more stuff but the best is to come and see! I will always recomend the palce!
This is a youth hostel located in the centre of London and not far from the Eurostar station. So it's ideal for a weekend with friends in London. The toilets are quite clean, the place is cleaned regularly and the rooms are happily sorted out each morning. The people staying there are quite young and there is a real party atmosphere. The only downside is because of the rooms which are EXTREMELY SMALL. At the end of the day it's good considering the price you would otherwise pay for such a location, it's definitely worth it.
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I found this newly opened hostel while conducting a Google search for “cheap London hostels.” Not only was it cheap, but it was novel, and upon inspecting its website, I realised this place looks really cool.
Booking online via the site directly is not so easy; if you have a Maestro card, you have to ring up because they only accept Visa or Mastercard on the website. You can also book through travelstay.com but they add a fee. It was easy enough on the phone, and my bed was secured.
One thing I should warn people is that it is mixed sex dorms on offer. However, if you’re a family, travelling with children under 16, it is compulsory for you to book an entire dorm (which ranges from 4 beds to 16). I had never been in a mixed dorm before so I went for a 6 bed, at a cost of £25 a night.
It turned out to be only me and a man in there but I felt safe enough. I bought a padlock at reception to secure my possessions in the lockers under the bunks. The rooms are simple enough but also clean and safe, and comfortable.
Although it is centrally located; near Kings Cross, even though I had only moved out of London 5 months ago after living there 22 years, I found it very hard to find, to be honest. So definitely remember to print out a map (I didn’t!)
There are 2 old court rooms still intact which as a history buff (and rock and roll fan; the Clash were tried here), I loved. One is a TV room and the other is an internet cafe (I think it’s £1 for 30 mins but I took my laptop). There is no Wifi either, but I had my internet dongle so was fine. I loved sitting in the Judges chair and reading the old signs on the wall; eg banning photography, so of course I took a photo of it…
Breakfast was a let down. I am allergic to wheat and dairy and they only offer cereal and bread. No fruit, no fruit juice, no soya milk. So I went without. YHA are cheaper to stay at and have full cooked breakfasts as well as juice, so I was disappointed here.
There is a communal area you can prepare your own so next time I will bring some supplies.
Yes, there will be a next time….I plan to stay again in a private room which used to be a cell…how cool is that!!
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