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What are the best London youth hostels?

  • YHA London Central: In leafy, lively Fitzrovia, this all-ages London hostel is a 20-minute walk from Regents Park and 10 minutes from great shopping and dining on Charlotte Street. There’s free WiFi in public areas, breakfast available for a small fee, and an on-site café for your morning cuppa.
  • London Waterloo Hostel: Free breakfast means you always have a good start to your day. Spend it exploring hidden gems like Lambeth Palace and the Imperial War Museum, or hopping on the Tube at Lambeth North, all within a 10-minute walk.

What are the top London backpacker hostels?

  • SoHostel: A sunny outdoor patio with a tiki bar is one fun touch at this hostel in London’s SoHo neighbourhood. Meet new friends, then play a game of billiards or try out karaoke in the lounge. Better yet, get out and explore the bars and restaurants along Regent Street, just a 10-minute walk away.
  • Hootananny Hostel: If you came to party, this is one of the best hostels in London. Located in Brixton, it’s attached to a live music venue—and also has complimentary breakfast. Plus, it’s about a 10-minute walk to Brixton Station, so you can easily catch the Tube into the CBD.

Are there London hostels with private rooms?

  • Clink78 Hostel: Choose from a private room with a bunk bed or a double room with one double bed—both have an option for ensuite bathrooms and built-in shelves so you have plenty of space for your stuff. There’s free WiFi in the rooms, too, so stay in and binge your favourite show during some downtime.
  • Keystone House Hostel: You can book a private, air-conditioned room at this cheap hostel in London. All rooms, private or dorm-style, come with free WiFi and daily housekeeping. And its location a 3-minute walk from Kings Cross station can’t be beat.

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