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3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Stayed at this hotel in early October. It is located on a main bus route from Elephant & Castle but not close to any tube or railway stations. The decor in the lobby and corridors have this stepping back into the USSR feel. I was expecting a bust of the eternal leader Lenin to be honest, or the national anthem being played. Plenty of wood panelling crudely screwed in and mirrors. I believe the restaurant is a Kazakh theme but didn't visit. I had a single room with shower for £56 on a Saturday in London. That is an extremely good price. The room was located on the ground floor on the main corridor. It's small but efficient. With a single bed, TV with Freeview, Tea & Coffee making facilities, an electric heater and tiny window. The Quilt given is to small even for a single. I mean you turn over, half your body is uncovered. The bed is firm along with the pillows but that was fine for me. The walls are paper thin. I woke up early morning to hear the guest next door snoring. Not good if your a light sleeper. Bathroom wise shower was hot and perfectly usable. They supply towels but if your less than a size 10 or male 32 waist your going to need two. They were tiny. They also supply shower gel and shampoo but I brought my own. The WiFi was usable for general browsing eg Facebook and emails. I'll​ be honest the neighbourhood is not exactly welcoming but if you want somewhere cheap to stay in south London that isn't a Hostel, this is certainly usable.

Stayed here with my boyfriend very recently after spending the evening out in the city. This hotel is not recommended if you want a romantic evening or want to spend too much time in the hotel. However it is perfect for a tipsy stop over where you want to rest your weary head. Many people comment on the area being unsafe, this is not true it's just not as invested in as central london! The room was a little run down and was clean enough, the price was good and the staff were polite. Don't stay here if you're expecting something special. Do stay here if you just need a decent and cheap enough bed!

My friend and I, stayed here as we were going to a gig at Brixton Academy and wanted to stay close by. The hotel served this purpose as it was just a short bus ride away from the academy. The hotel lobby was simple but nice and the staff on our arrival were polite. Unfortunately, our room was on the top level and the stairs were incredibly steep, despite the winding staircase. There is no disabled access. This made it quite a hike to get our luggage up to the room and unfortunately, the staff offered no assistance. Half way up to our room there were workmen but I was unsure what they were doing. When we got to the room, I was surprised to see that we had a double bed and single bed pushed together, when we had booked a twin room. Luckily, as we are close friends, this wasn't a problem. The room was clearly rundown and the bathroom had mould but it wasn't dirty and the beds were reasonably comfortable. After being in the room for about 10 minutes, there was a knock at the door. I answered and a man just walked in, unannounced. He looked like a workman and had a device in his hand but it wasn't until he stood in front of the bed (with my friend on it) that he actually told us who he was and what he was doing. He said he was checking the wifi signal and asked if we had been able to connect. We both said no and he said he didn't know why. He kept typing on this device and just stood there in silence. It was really awkward and then just left, muttering he'd fix it. He never did and we were never able to connect to the wifi. Shortly after, I had to go and ask for towels as we didn't have any. Luckily, there was a woman cleaning the room opposite, which saved me the trip downstairs and hike back up. She grabbed a couple that were rested on the top of the stairs and handed them to me, unravelling them and scrunching them together as she did. I took them and went back into our room. The morning after our stay my friend woke up and wanted to make a cup of tea but there was no milk on the tea station. She went down to the desk but rather than giving her the milk, they said someone would bring it straight up. She came back and around 30-45 minutes later, she decided to get in the shower. About 15 minutes after she got into the shower, a man came up and handed me some of the mini pots of milk. I took them and said thanks. He then started talking to me about something or other but he was muttering and kept pausing awkwardly in silence. I said thank-you and went to close the door but just as the door was about to close, he started talking again. I re-opened the door and the weirdness continued. I then said thank-you again and went to close the door. Again, as the door was about to close, he started talking again. This time, I just ignored him and closed the door. All in all, our stay was okay, as far as we slept okay. The hotel clearly needs work, the wifi doesn't work and the service was definitely lacking but it was fine for a one night stay.

This hotel is a small step above a Guatemalan hostel. The positive was that front desk staff were very friendly & helpful. Although it is on a bus line, it was in a relatively poor & dirty part of town. You get what you pay for.

We had a room for one night stay only. Dirty mattress, not fresh smell, due to cleaning chemical possibly. Wardrobe with a cracked mirror on it. No lift. Restaurant food was ok, but not perfect for a cost that have been paid. Car park for 3-4 vehicles only, next to bin area. Mould in a bathroom shower. Cheap Hotel, not a 3 star rating definitely.

Upon arrival we were unsure whether we were arriving at a Chinese takeaway, a brothel or a crack den. The street, which the 'hotel' was situated on, was dodgy and in terms of the room, I would of felt safer sleeping in the tube station. There was no towels and when we attempted call reception we discovered there was also no phone, therefore we proceeded down the brothel corridors, past the tacky decor. At reception, although the staff were friendly, there no solution to our problem. They offered to bring towels when some became available but this never happened. We therefore had to dry ourselves with a bath mat. I was genuinely worried to return here after my night out for safety reasons, but on our return we were greeted with thick curly locks on our pillows. Probably belonging to the pimp the night prior. If you want a night full of surprises and danger, stay here urgently!!! If not stay away and don't say we didn't warn you.

Went for 4 nights. You get what you pay for to be honest. Staff really lovely. Room was clean except that there was a lot of tiny black hair in bed so that put me off a little bit. Fridge wasn't working which was disappointing because it was really hot. Air con wasn't working either. Area a bit dodgy so not the best idea to wonder about late at night but the bus stops are really close. And wifi is really bad. But you get fresh towels every day which was really good. Probably wouldn't stay there again but really happy with the price. So would recommend it for anyone with low budget.

I booked the hotel for one night and very clearly out in the correct date that I needed to stay, which I double checked before pressing enter. On making the payment, it came up with a completely different date. I rang the hotel and they said there was nothing they could do and that I should ring the administrators, 'AGODA'! On attempting to ring these people, it was clear that I was being connected to a number abroad and the message facility was in a foreign language. There was no other way to contact them and the hotel couldn't/ wouldn't help so I lost out on £75.00 basically! It is not so much the hotel that deserves a bad review but Agoda, who they use to administer their bookings! Very poor service indeed.

Stayed for two nights , rooms are nicely designed and very comfortable. Very clean environment . Excellent staff. We had to travel a lot and transportation was not an issue at all as frequent buses were at few steps 24 hours a day. Reasonable priced. Tea & breakfast facilities and fridge was in the room . Spa was out standing . Resturant was try traditional . Loved it .... will visit again .

Let me start by saying the rooms were clean and the staff friendly.... that's as good as it gets. The beds were uncomfortable, the air con did not work and the room backed onto train tracks. The layout of the hotel is very odd almost labyrinth like, and the stairs were steep. There is nothing in the local area to do in the evening and you are limited in your choices for eating out.

158 Camberwell Road London England

Hotel highlights

  • Close to The Oval
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • 24-hour front desk

Located in Camberwell within a mile (2 km) of The Oval, Pasha is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights such as Imperial War Museum. This 30-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and a 24-hour front desk. It's also close to London Bridge and London Dungeon.


Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at Kyrgyz Kazakh House, the hotel's onsite restaurant.


All of Pasha's 30 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including coffee makers, laptop-compatible safes, and desks. Guests can expect free WiFi and 17-inch LCD TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries.

Property features

Guests of Pasha have access to free WiFi in public areas. Free offsite parking is available if you drive. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day to help with luggage storage and tours/tickets.

Room options

Standard Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Deluxe Double Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Deluxe Twin Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 2

Economy Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

44% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 267 reviews