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Right in the heart of Central London you can find the Piccadilly Backpackers Hotel (12 Sherwood Street; Piccadilly Circus). From just £19 per person, this is a large hostel in London that is just minutes away from London bars, clubs and theatres.
However, fans of the British Museum will love the Astor Museum Inn (27 Montague Street; Russell Square), as it is just seconds from the grand institution. This is one of the most popular hostels in London and has been for over 20 years.
Beds here start at just £20 per person and travellers can use the self-catering facilities if they are on a budget.
Visitors looking for hostels in Kings Cross might want to try Clink 261 (261-265 Grays Inn Road; Kings Cross), a Central London hostel located minutes from the train station and within walking distance of London's main attractions.
Beds at this hostel in Kings Cross start at £18 per person.
You can find hostels in Victoria - which is perfect for people arriving in London on the Gatwick Express or on the coach - at the Astor Victoria hostel (71 Belgrave Road; Victoria).
While this Central London hostel is great for reaching other London neighbourhoods, it is also close to Buckingham Palace and nightclub Pasha.
Prices start at as little as £10.00 per person for a cheap hostel in Victoria
Staying in hostels in North London provides you with good transport links to Central London, but there are also so many things happening in this London neighbourhood.
Hostels in North London are usually full of young and friendly budget travellers and a good place to start is by finding hostels in Camden.
For instance, the Camden Inn (55-57 Bayham Street; Camden) is located directly in the centre of this London neighbourhood and is cheap, cheerful and an absolute bargain.
Beds at this North London hostel start at just £9.99 per person and from here you can easily walk to some great London clubs including Koko.
Other hostels in North London include the Palmers Lodge (40 College Crescent; Swiss Cottage), which for £20 per bed per night provides comfortable budget accommodation and a bar.
Hostels in South London
Hostels in South London are great if you have tickets for a gig at the O2 Arena, which is located in North Greenwich.
Staying in South London hostels means that you can avoid the busy Central London traffic and congestion when heading to and from a concert.
You can find hostels in Greenwich such as the Journeys Greenwich West Hostel (86 Tanners Hill; New Cross), a small South London hostel from only £10.80 per bed!
Situated above a pub, this hostel in Greenwich has a shared kitchen, meaning that you can avoid paying for pricey meals out and keep to your budget. Here you are also close to Greenwich attractions including the Observatory and Greenwich Park.
Other options include staying in hostels in London Bridge, where you are right next to the London Dungeon, Tower Bridge and Borough Market.
Try the Journeys London Bridge Hostel (204 Manor Place, London Bridge; Kennington), which has beds from only £15.95.
This is a great hostel in London Bridge, partly for its ideal location, but also as it has its own sauna!
Coming to Greenwich for a big concert at the O2? Stay in a money saving hostel from £10.00 per person
If you are arriving in London and looking for a place to stay then hostels in Heathrow might be a good idea.
You can find that the Revive Lodge (89 Hounslow Road, Feltham; Hatton Cross) has beds from just £20 and is just two miles from the airport.
Looking for hostels in West London a little closer to town? Then why not try out the hostels in Paddington.
This is where the Heathrow Express terminates and you can find plenty of hostels in Paddington, such as the Dolphin Inn (44 Norfolk Square; Paddington). Beds here start at £19 per person, but if you book for more than seven nights, TravelStay will give you 20 per cent off!
West London hostels in Paddington provide a great base as the station has good transport links and you are still walking distance from Hyde Park.
However, if you want to stay in hostels in Bayswater, a popular London neighbourhood for tourists and backpackers, there are plenty of West London hostels to choose from.
The Astor Quest Hostel (45 Queensborough Terrace; Bayswater) has beds from just £16, with a continental breakfast included.
This is a friendly London neighbourhood for hostels in West London, with loads of bars, cafes and restaurants nearby.
Staying in hostels in Shepherds Bush is great, particularly for travellers as this is a large expat London neighbourhood.
The Westfield Hostel (218 Uxbridge Road; Shepherds Bush) has beds from £17.50 per person, complete with self-catering facilities, and is conveniently located right next to Europe's largest shopping centre, Westfield.
For hostels in Hammersmith, try the Queen Elizabeth Hostel Hammersmith (58 Bagleys Lane; Imperial Wharf). You can book here from just £12 per bed and the location is ideal for Chelsea fans as it is walking distance to Stamford Bridge.
Not far from hostels in West London areas of Shepherds Bush and Notting Hill is Hostel 639 (639 Harrow Road; Kensal Green), which has beds from only £8 per person!
This is a great budget accommodation with good transport links to Central London.
The Acacia Hostel (14 Queensberry Place; South Kensington) is a great example of hostels in Earls Court and South Kensington. Located minutes away from the Natural History Museum and at just £12 a night, this West London hostel is perfect for people after a weekend of sightseeing.
What's more, if you book here for more than seven nights, TravelStay will exclusively give you ten per cent off!
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Hostels in East London are a great budget accommodation solution when visiting London.
You can find some great value hostels in East London, with good access to Central London and plenty of things to do in the London neighbourhood itself.
For example, staying in hostels in Walthamstow means you are right on the Victoria Line, but the neighbourhood has its own bars, restaurants and traditional East End high street too.
The Stress Less Walthamstow (150 Hoe Street; Walthamstow Central) has beds from only £15 per night and this can be reduced by ten per cent if you book for more than seven nights with TravelStay!
Staying in hostels in East London also provides easy access to gigs at the O2 and the attractions of Greenwich and the Docklands, which is fast becoming a trendy London neighbourhood.
During the summer months, Queen Mary (QMUL, Westfield Way; Mile End) has great budget accommodation for travellers. For just £31 a night, these cheap East London rooms have a shared kitchen and you can get to the trendy London neighbourhood of Hackney and Brick Lane in a ten minute bus ride.
Staying in hostels in London is cheap and convenient and when you book with TravelStay, you have so many options to choose from that you can stay in whatever London neighbourhood you like!