Hyde Park Hostel is centrally located,nice and affordable London accomodation, quite clean
- Hyde Park Hostel
- 2-4-6 Inverness Terrace Bayswater London W2 3HU England
- Group Name :
- Independent Hotel
- Type :
- Quality Hostel
- Size :
- 300 rooms
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As Hyde Park Hostel is so incredibly cheap you should snap up a bed here before it's too late! Stay in this 300 bed hostel and you'll find yourself on the verge of Hyde Park in bustling Bayswater and minutes from Bayswater Tube Station, which makes it really easy to travel to exciting places like the Houses of Parliament. There's plenty to keep you occupied near this lively hostel and there's even wireless internet access!
London's Hyde Park Hostel also boasts a fully equipped self catering kitchen and a vending machine selling drinks and snacks, so you'll never go hungry or thirsty! When you need to catch up on sleep after sightseeing or experiencing London's nightlife, you can head to your bed in your 4-18 bed dormitory, or twin private room. If you're a female traveller you'll really appreciate the fact that the whole of the ground floor is female only and that there are single sex shared toilets and showers.
24 Hour Reception / Central Heating / Fire Escape / Interior Room Entrance / Internet Terminal / Internet Terminals / Pay-Phones / Self-Catering Kitchen / Shared bathroom / Shared Kitchen / Smoke Detectors / Tourist Information / Wake Up Service
Hyde Park Hostel London is based in bustling Bayswater so you can try out all the bars and restaurants on Queensway, head to Westbourne Grove, or even sample chic Notting Hill. When you want to relax you should take the 2 minute walk to Hyde Park, or head to adjacent Kensington Gardens where you will find the impressive Kensington Palace. As Bayswater Tube Station is so close by you'll find it really easy to get all over London and experience amazing attractions like the Houses of Parliament.
LATEST TRAVELSTAY OFFER. Get a FREE Continental Breakfast when you book. Your breakfast includes: Toast, jam, cereals, milk, butter, juices, tea and coffee.
Hyde Park Hostel has a self-catering kitchen that guests can use plus a vending machine for drinks and snacks.
WiFi is £1 per hour
Check in from: 10 am
Check out by: 10 am
If you want to stay on the female only ground floor you should request this at time of booking.
Hyde Park Hostel has a maximum stay of 14 nights. After 14 nights, any subsequent stay is at the discretion of the accommodation provider.
Guests can purchase towels at £5 each.
Internet usage costs £1 per hour.
Luggage is charged at £2.00 per bag per day.
- Our Prices:
- Book Hyde Park Hostel from £9.00 per person on TravelStay.com
- Our Long Stay Discount:
- Book for 7 nights or more and save 10% (TravelStay Exclusive)
- Our Student Discount:
- Students save £1 per night (TravelStay Exclusive)
- By Tube:
- Hyde Park Hostel is only a couple of minutes walk away from Bayswater Tube Station. If you travel on the Circle or District line the tube will stop here.
- On Foot:
Hyde Park Hostel is only a 7 minute walk from Queensway Tube Station (Central line) and only 4 minutes from Bayswater Tube Station (Circle and District lines).
Once you get to Bayswater Tube Station you should exit onto Queensway, cross over this road and walk up Inverness Place in front of you. Take a right into Inverness Terrace and you will find Hyde Park Hostel at numbers 2-6 on this street.
Hyde Park Hostel Reviews
We stayed one night at Hyde Park Hostel with family. Everything was spotlessly clean, and for the price could not fault it. Every one was friendly and very helpful, we would all use this London hostel again
I really enjoyed my stay at Hyde Park Hostel. I will recommend it to my friends. Thanks so much for your hospitality
I like Hyde Park Hostel. Good size dorms, friendly guests. Close to Hyde Park, Bayswater and Queensway underground, lots of eateries down the road and supermarkets. 30min walk to Oxford St, about the same to Paddington Station
Location of Hyde Park Hostel is great. Price is great. Staff is friendly enough. Didn't like the size of the bed. I'm 1.85m tall. And because the bed is a box I had to keep my feet flexed so I could fit in the bed as the crown of my head was already pushing the other end of the wall. Imagine what taller people would go through. At least tall people should get the heads up about the bed size