The small set up at Journeys Kings Cross worked even though we were stacked in! Each bed is screened with curtains and has its own light and power-point. People treated each other considerately, avoiding excessive noise and much to my surprise, I got an excellent night's sleep. For a tenner in central London you won't beat it
- Journeys Kings Cross
- 54-58, Caledonian Rd Kings Cross London N1 9DP England
- Group Name :
- Independent Hostel
- Type :
- Size :
- 100 rooms
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Journeys Kings Cross is the ideal low cost accommodation for a backpacking trip to London! This cheap London hostel is close to a number of great tourist attractions, several bars, clubs, cafes and restaurants, and Kings Cross St Pancras Station. During your stay you could head for the peace and quiet of Regents Park or maybe pay a visit to the bohemian area of Camden. There’s also plenty on offer at the hostel, where you’ll find TV lounge, internet cafe and a friendly common room area.
You’ll have a comfortable bed in one of the dorms which sleep from 5 to 15 people during your stay at Journeys Kings Cross. There are plenty of shower facilities to use, as well as luggage storage lockers and free linen. The hostel is a lively place and one where you will save a lot of money by booking a cheap bed. You can save even more by cooking your own meals in the communal kitchen area. Before you head out for the day the hostel provides you with a tasty continental breakfast to get you ready.
24 Hour Reception / Central Heating / Fire Escape / Ground Floor Access / Interior Room Entrance / Internet Terminal / Parking / Pay-Phones / Shared bathroom / Shared Kitchen / Television Lounge / Tourist Information / Wireless Internet Access
Whilst staying at Journeys Kings Cross, you should head to Camden Town at the weekend, which is famous for Camden Market. 150,000 shoppers flock here every Saturday and Sunday to visit the eclectic range of stalls selling anything from cheap leather to jewellery. A bit further west is Regents Park, which is home to London Zoo. As Journeys Kings Cross is so well connected by tube, you will be able to travel to places like Covent Garden and the neon lit nightlife of Piccadilly Circus with ease.
Journeys Kings Cross has a communal self-catering kitchen equipped with microwaves, fridges and kitchenware for guests to use.
Journeys Kings Cross offers FREE Wireless Internet Hotspot in public areas. There is also an internet cafe.
Read the newspapers, relax in the library or enjoy the sun on the terrace at Journeys Kings Cross.
Journeys Kings Cross cannot accommodate children and cannot add extra beds to rooms.
Check-in from: 2pm
Check-out by: 10am
The reception is open 24 hours a day and there is no curfew at Journeys Kings Cross, so you're free to come and go as you please.
Bed linen is provided free of charge, but you will have to bring your own towels.
A Continental breakfast is included.
- By Tube:
- The nearest tube station to Journeys Kings Cross is Kings Cross St Pancras which is on the Piccadilly, Victoria, Northern, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, and District lines.
- On Foot:
Journeys Kings Cross is only a 4 minute walk from King's Cross St. Pancras Tube Station (Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan and Northern lines) and only 4 minutes from London Kings Cross Train Station.
From Kings Cross St. Pancras tube station exit onto Pentonville Road and turn left. Take your next right into Caledonian Road. Follow this road and you will find Journeys Kings Cross on your right.
Journeys Kings Cross Reviews
Great place to stay, close to kings cross friendly staff and the rooms at Journeys Kings Cross are good too.
The hostel is a convenient place to meet new people with friendly staff
Unfortunately, the room and the kitchen were very dirty. The toilets were clean though. There were no storage options for days. The people who worked there were very nice and tried hard.
Staff was very friendly and helpful. The free breakfast in the morning was nice! Journeys King Cross is close to groceries stores, the tube, nightlife and an amazing African Restaurant! The showers had low pressure, but at least they were hot. The place was well cleaned, for London hostel standards. I would stay here again