Alexander Fleming Hall is situated in trendy Hoxton, a lively, fashionable area of east London which is known for its vibrant nightlife. As well as numerous bars and clubs, there are also many shops, cafes, restaurants and various markets nearby as well as a peaceful garden square.
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Situated on the edge of the Square Mile – the original City and the most historic part of London – Alexander Fleming Hall is within walking distance of the financial district and various tourist attractions including the Law Courts, the famous St Paul's Cathedral and The Barbican – Europe's largest multi-arts and conference venue.
There are great transport links on our doorstep, with Old Street Underground Station connecting you to destinations throughout the city and numerous bus lines passing by the hostel, just ask our friendly staff for guidance!
The rooms are spread across blocks of 4,6 or 8 rooms each of which share a large communal kitchen, great for those on a budget looking to self cater, and clean spacious bathrooms on the same floor.
Check-in at this hostel is from 2pm and check-out is at 10.00am.
The University of Westminster has 5 Halls of Residence which are available during the summer period from 1st June to 10th September. All halls have 24 hour access and security.
Check-in at this hostel is from 14.00h and check-out is at 10.00h.
You're reminded that we can only accept Visa or Mastercard payments on arrival, the halls do not have the facilities to handle cash and will not accept a cash payment.
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