Rooms are slightly cramped but the beds themselves are very comfy. Shared toilet was clean and well looked after. Top floor was a little too hot but was bearable. Staff were very friendly and were around 24/7. Overall, for the price, it is a great place to stay if you want to do some exploring of London. I enjoyed my stay at this accommodation in London
- Camden Inn
- 55-57 Bayham Street Camden London NW1 0AA England
- Group Name :
- Independent Hostel
- Type :
- Quality Hostel
- Size :
- 80 rooms
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Camden Inn is a friendly hostel, which offers low-cost accommodation for those wanting to explore London on a budget. This modern hostel is situated in the north of London, in famous Camden Town. This lively area is a great place to explore and is home to many bars, restaurants and street markets. Camden Inn is ideally placed for those wanting easy access into the city centre. You can reach Leicester Square in less than fifteen minutes from nearby Camden Town Underground Station.
Camden Inn is ideal for both individual travellers and large groups. Offering beds in shared dormitories, every room has a washbasin and a locker for each guest. Bathroom facilities are shared, except for 4-bedded rooms. Camden Inn also provides Continental Breakfast, all bed linen and free WiFi. In the evening you can spend time with new friends in Camden Inn's games room and relax in the comfortable television lounge.
24 Hour Reception / Fire Escape / Games Room / Gardens / In Room Safe / Internet Terminal / Laundry / Pay-Phones / Self-Catering Kitchen / Shared bathroom / Shared Kitchen / Smoke Detectors / Television Lounge / Tourist Information / Wash Basin / Wireless Internet Access / Wireless Internet Access in Rooms
Camden Inn is situated in Camden Town, which is a vibrant part of the city, with plenty to see and do. Stables Market is a great place to shop, selling everything from antiques to vintage clothing.
SPECIAL OFFER: A complimentary Continental Breakfast is included for all Travelstay customers!
FREE WiFi on the ground floor and basement.
Children under 16 years of age are not accepted at this accommodation
Check in from: 11:00
Check out by: 10:00
Photo ID is required upon check in
Lockers are included in every room.
There is a luggage area at a charge of GBP 1.50 per day.
Towels are available at a charge of GBP 5.00.
Camden Inn is strictly for 16-45 year olds only. You can stay here for a maximum of 14 days.
- By Tube:
- Camden Inn is just a short walk away from Camden Town Station, which is on the Northern Line.
- On Foot:
Camden Inn is only a 4 minute walk from Mornington Crescent Tube Station (Northern line) and only 5 minutes from Camden Town Tube Station (Northern line).
From Camden Town Underground Station: Take the left exit out of the station and walk left down Camden Road. Take the first right, which is Bayham Street. Camden Inn is approximately two minutes away, on the right.
Camden Inn Reviews
I had a good stay at Camden Inn and I was very happy, I enjoyed my stay
It was a run down place but considering London is so expensive Camden Inn is the cheapest place to stay. Some of the people staying there were living there which was strange. But despite that everyone was very humble and helpful. The hostel did have fees for everything so be ready to bring cash on hand just in case
We stayed in this London hostel for only one night however, the staff were friendly and the room was clean. Unfortunately the hostel were unable to accommodate us all in one room as there was 14 of us. So had to split us up into 2 group which was a little disappointing. However the hostel did email me the day before to inform me of this. If your looking for a cheap place to stay this would be ideal. Good location and cheap rates. The only thing is would say is they could do with buying some new bedding. Most of our bedding had holes and stains on it and one of the lights in our room didn't work. Very basic but ok for the price
Camden Inn was fully equipped with all amenities including hairdryer, shower and T.V room. The receptionist was very conscientious and concerned about the residents' welfare, instructing people going outside for fresh air to be respectful of those asleep by not making too much noise. It was a very good hostel, in a very safe borough with all shops and very frequent buses with the bus stop just outside the hostel