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    The Royal National Hotel

    The Royal National Hotel

    38-51 Bedford Way, London, England, WC1H 0DG
    The price is $125 per night from Oct 3 to Oct 4
    3.8/5 Good! (3,313 reviews)
    The President Hotel

    The President Hotel

    56-60 Guildford Street, London, England, WC1N 1DB
    The price is $155 per night from Oct 16 to Oct 17
    4/5 Very Good! (1,634 reviews)
    Zedwell Piccadilly Circus

    Zedwell Piccadilly Circus

    Great Windmill Street, London, England, W1D 7DH
    The price is $104 per night from Oct 16 to Oct 17
    3.9/5 Good! (1,445 reviews)

What are the best London youth hostels?

  • Generator London: Russell Square is filled with history, and you’ll be less than a 10-minute walk from tons of it: Charles Dickens Museum, Postal Museum Foundling Museum and more. With an on-site restaurant, game room and library, you’ll have everything you need for a fun night in.
  • Gallery Hyde Park Hostel: Just across from Kensington Gardens, this hostel is perfectly placed for days of exploring. There’s free breakfast to start your day right and a full shared kitchen and TV lounge so you relax after a day of exploring.

What are some party hostels in London?

  • St. Christopher's Inn: Camden Town is a great neighborhood in London if you’re looking for shopping, restaurants, and a bit of that classic London charm. Bonus: this cheap hostel in London even has a bar and nightclub right downstairs. Start there, then walk out onto High Street and see where the night takes you. Hit the vending machines in the lounge area for a late-night snack, then get some sleep and do it all again tomorrow.
  • SoHostel: SoHo’s got bars and nightclubs on every corner. Catch a show at London Palladium or head to Golden Square for barhopping. It’s all less than a 10-minute walk. The party continues at the hostel, which hosts karaoke nights and has a game room and on-site bar.

What are the best London hostels with private rooms?

  • St. Christopher's Village, London Bridge: You can’t beat this location: It’s 10 minutes or less by foot to snap a photo at the London Bridge or The Shard, visit Shakespeare’s Globe and dine with river views. Just make sure you’re back at your city view double room in time for the daily manager’s reception.
  • Clink78: Choose from two twin beds or one double bed at this perfectly placed hostel that’s located just a 10-minute walk from King’s Cross. There’s a full shared kitchen, a bar and a pool table, too—just because you have a private room doesn’t mean you can’t be social.