Welcome to our friendly, female-only hostel! We offer a quieter, more relaxed place to stay while still being in the hustle and bustle of central London. Just because you're staying in a hostel doesn't mean you should be deprived of a good rest.
Welcome to our friendly, female-only hostel! We offer a quieter, more relaxed place to stay while still being in the hustle and bustle of central London. Just because you're staying in a hostel doesn't mean you should be deprived of a good rest. This is the perfect place for a restful and relaxing visit to our great capital city. Your bed will be in a quiet, cosy, clean and comfortable room. The two beds in the private room can be booked separately, as a twin or a double. We have a variety of rooms, from two-bed privates to eight-bed dorms. Rooms are cleaned on a daily basis.All of our guests have full access to all the facilities offered at our sister hostel the Village, located on the same street. There’s also free towels and toiletries.All guests receive a 25% discount on food at the on-site restaurants, plus great discount deals on drinks.Don't worry about missing out on any of the fun, because nearby you'll find our sister hostels, St Christopher's Inn and the Village - the perfect venues for a pint and a party.With St Christopher's you get the best of all worlds - the quiet Oasis, the historic Inn and party-central Village have everything you could ever possibly need. Living so close to the city centre allows you to walk to the River Thames, Tower Bridge, the Tower of London, the London Dungeon, St Paul's Cathedral, the Tate Modern Gallery and Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. These are the attractions that don't need an introduction or an explanation and they're the reasons why thousands of tourists come to London every year.There is also the Borough Market, a traditional fruit and vegetable market that also sells speciality food, seafood and organic and fair trade foods. The weekend crowds are more than enough reason to include this on your must see list, when visiting England's capital. Grab a coffee at one of the cosy market-side cafés and watch the world go by.No matter which hostel you're checking into, reception is at the Village (located just minutes away at 165 Borough High Street!) which has a TV, DVD player, free Wi-Fi, tours and travel products, game and comfy couches available to everyone staying at the Oasis. Our free breakfast is also served here (7-9 AM.) We also also offer a variety of activities, from walking tours during the day to movie marathons and pub crawls in the evenings.Mondays and Wednesdays we have karaoke night in Belushi's. Tuesdays are 80s and 90s night – fancy dress is optional. Thursdays , our bar DJ, Mixtape, becomes your personal jukebox – you pick the music and he plays it. On Fridays and Saturdays we roll out our Big Shiny Disco, with great drink deals and fantastic music from our resident DJs so that your weekend is party time!There is no curfew. Please note that guests under the age of 18 must stay in a private room with a parent or legal guardian. They cannot stay in the dorms with people who are not a part of their own group or family. Under-18s are not permitted in the bars or pubs.Please read our Things to Note below before booking. This is a female-only hostel.
Please note that guests under the age of 18 must stay in a private room with a parent or legal guardian. They cannot stay in the dorms with people who are not a part of their own group or family. Under-18s are not permitted in the bars or pubs.Group bookings are not be guaranteed to be placed in the same room, subject to availability. Please contact us prior to your arrival to check arrangements. Photo ID is required at check-in. We accept a valid passport or photographic driver’s license. Check-in: from 2pm. Free luggage storage is available for those arriving earlier. No matter which hostel you're checking into, reception is at the Village. You pay for your room upon arrival but please make sure your credit card is valid. Cards are verified the night before arrival and bookings with invalid credit cards may be cancelled. If you have booked using a debit card, you must contact the hostel at least 24hrs before arrival to confirm.
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Overall, it was pretty below average. The girls hostel I stayed in only had rooms & bathrooms. We had to walk down the road every morning to the main hostel for breakfast. They were painting the hostel, I got paint on my jacket because I did not know they were painting when I arrived & there were no signs up. The reception staff were pretty useless, unfriendly and quite frankly looked like they just didnt want to be there. At one stage, I went up to the reception desk with an enquiry and ended up doing the girls job for her! Only 1 out of the 3 toilets in the bathroom seemed to work - and that toilet was on a 45 degree angle! The taps on the sink spluttered and hardly any water came out of the tap, some days it worked, some days it didnt work. Although the cleaners cleaned the floor of the room every day - they didnt clean under the beds ad there was a build up of dust under there, when you store your luggage or items in the cage under the bed, it gets covered in giant dust balls. The sheets and towels seemed pretty clean. The hostel's main website makes this hostel out to be really wonderful, but when you arrive, its no different to any other hostel. The only real difference is they have pink sheets and free shampoo, conditioner in a pump pack on the wall of the shower, make up remover in the bathroom and mini soaps. There are no lifts in the hostels and only a 52 step narrow stairwell going up to the top floor with a few other floors along the way. They had free wifi - but it constantly cut out and you had to constantly log back in. The reception had about 6 computers - but you had to pay for the internet connection and it was rediculously expensive. The main hostel didnt have lifts either - only stairs from what I was told. The breakfast was served on the bar which is great if you like that stale beer smell the next morning whilst you are having your toast or cereal. The "juice" they served was flavoured cordial. The hostel seemed really run down and nothing seemed to work. I was quite happy to be out of there at the end of a 5 night stay.
the reception was down the road. So, hypothetically, if you locked yourself out of your room - you would have to go out to the street and walk down the road for 4 minutes to get to reception! Its not really a practical hostel.
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