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Astor Victoria

  • Type And Size
  • Quality Hostel
  • Astor Hostels
  • 200 rooms
Address
71 Belgrave Road London Victoria SW1V 2BG England

Astor Victoria is situated in an excellent location for sightseeing, with all major tourist attractions close by. This friendly hostel has long been a favourite with both travellers and guidebooks alike. Astor Victoria sleeps about sixty 18-35 year-old backpackers each night and has a great relaxed atmosphere. Astor Victoria has recently been refurbished to a high standard, making it suitable for all visitors looking for an inexpensive stay in Victoria, London.

Astor Victoria's friendly, shared rooms range in size, with between five and eight beds in each. The toilets and showers, which are cleaned thoroughly every day, are outside the rooms on each floor. With a great location in the heart of London, Astor Victoria is perfect for backpackers, students and those visiting London to work or see the sights. Continental breakfast is served each morning and cooking facilities are available in the hostel’s new kitchens, which feature huge wide screen TVs.

Attractions

Astor Victoria is situated in a prime location if you want to explore the city’s many attractions. From this central location in Victoria you can walk to world-famous landmarks like Buckingham Palace and Big Ben in a matter of minutes. If you fancy a night out, the theatres, clubs and restaurants of the West End just minutes away via the London Underground.

Astor Victoria Facilities

Facilities

24 Hour Reception / Games Room / Hotel Safe / Internet Terminal / Laundry / Parking / Pay-Phones / Self-Catering Kitchen / Shared bathroom / Shared Kitchen / Shower / Smoke Detectors / Television Lounge / Tourist Information / Wake Up Service / Wash Basin / Wireless Internet Access

Comments

Astor Victoria accepts guests aged 18 to 35 years old.

Check in / Check out

Check in from: 14:00
Check out by: 10:00

Breakfast Info at Astor Victoria

SPECIAL OFFER: LATEST TRAVELSTAY OFFER. Get a FREE Continental Breakfast when you book. Your breakfast includes: Cereal, milk, jam, eggs, juice, tea and coffee.

Directions

By Tube

Astor Victoria is just a short walk away from Pimlico Station, which is on the Victoria Line of the London Underground. Victoria Station is also within walking distance but is further away.

On Foot

From Pimlico Station: Take the Bessborough South exit and turn right at the traffic lights. This road is St Georges Square, which becomes Belgrave Road. Astor Victoria is on the right-hand side of this road. If you are walking from Victoria Station, exit the station and turn left onto Buckingham Palace Road. Keep walking until you reach Eccleston Bridge, where you turn left. Eccleston Bridge becomes Belgrave Road and Astor Victoria is about four blocks down on the left-hand side.

Astor Victoria Reviews

Average Guest Rating: 3.8'Excellent' Based on 20 Hotel Reviews
Amy Lin, Taiwanese
4/5

My quilt and sheet are clean. Staff are friendly. Two weakness are: The breakfast is the same all the time. It could be changed every other day. Room is a bit cold in autumn. If the hostel can turn on a heater, it will be warm

Jorge Nunez, Argentinean/Italian
4/5

In general, the Astor Victoria was very good with very friendly staff. One issue is that I've noticed the cleaning is not as good as it used to be (especially the toilets). A real pity since all the other things are pretty good.

Ashish Sen Jaswal, Indian
5/5

Well, I was there staying at your hostel only for 2 days but I had a wonderful time. Everybody was helpful and courteous. Next time not only me but I would also recommend my friends to stay at your hostel. Thank you.

Tiffany, Chinese
5/5

I stayed 1 night only, the place is very clean for a hostel, very helpful staff, they have all the basic facilities you will need for free (such as hot shower, internet, breakfast, linen, blanket and pillow etc.). Location is very easy to find, especially good if you need to catch train or coach at Victoria Station

Baumann, German
2/5

Friendly staff but twin room for 60 pounds (for two) a night was tiny and quite dusty, breakfast was very simple with people using their hands to grab cheese and ham. As a hostel it was ok but too expensive for what you get.