Acacia Hostel London Information and Photos
- Type And Size
- Independent Hostel
- 18 rooms
- 14 Queensberry Place London South Kensington SW7 2EA
Acacia Hostel London
Acacia Hostel London provides refurbished hostel accommodation in an ideal location. Acacia Hostel London is located in the heart of South Kensington, which is a great location for sightseeing, as the famous London Museums are just across the road from the hostel. South Kensington also offers quick access across London and the buses in this area are also very good. As well as having excellent transport connections, this area is full of bars and pubs to relax in.
Acacia Hostel London offers a range of simple rooms and beds in shared rooms. Rooms have been refurbished and some even feature a TV, fridge, desk and washbasin. Bathroom facilities are shared at Acacia Hostel London, and there are ample facilities for all guests. There is also a communal kitchen, which is ideal for saving money by making your own meals. Acacia Hostel London offers budget travellers, students and backpackers a very cheap base in a very popular part of London.
Acacia Hostel London is ideally located for visits to the local museums in Kensington. You can also walk to Hyde Park from the hostel. Hyde Park is London's largest open space and combines beautiful gardens with a boating lake, art gallery and historic monuments. This is a very wealthy area of London, so there are plenty of upmarket boutiques close by, as well as more affordable high street shops.
Acacia Hostel London Facilities
24 Hour Reception / Airport Transfers / Central Heating / Colour Television / Desk / Fax Machine / Fire Escape / Fridge / Hairdryer / Iron & Board / Luggage Storage / Pay-Phones / Shared bathroom / Shared Kitchen / Sitting Area / Smoke Detectors / Tour Desk / Tourist Information / Wash Basin / Wireless Internet Access
- Food and Drink
Acacia Hostel London has a self-catering kitchen, which guests can use.
Acacia Hostel London offers FREE WiFi only in public areas.
Pay and display parking is available on the road adjacent to Acacia Hostel London, and is located outside of the London Congestion charge zone.
Children under 18 years of age are unfortunately not accepted at Acacia Hostel London.
- Other Services
Acacia Hostel London offers luggage storage (£10 per item) payable directly at reception.
There is a refundable £20 key deposit to be paid (in cash) at reception on arrival at the Acacia Hostel London.
Acacia Hostel London does not provide towels.
- Check in / Check out
Check in from: 14:00 GMT - 22:00 GMT
Check out by: 10.00 GMT
Guests who would like to check in early can take advantage of our Luggage Storage service.
Guests can also check in late, our reception is open 24 hours.
- Breakfast Info at Acacia Hostel London
SPECIAL OFFER: Get a FREE Continental Breakfast when you book. Your breakfast includes: Cereals (Muesli, Corn Flakes), toast, breads, butter, jam and tea & coffee.
TravelStay Prices and Discounts
- By Tube
South Kensington is the closest underground station to Acacia Hostel London, with access to the Circle, District and Piccadilly lines.
- On Foot
Acacia Hostel London is only a 3 minute walk from South Kensington Tube Station (Circle, District and Piccadilly lines) and only 7 minutes from Gloucester Road Tube Station (Circle, District and Piccadilly lines).
Acacia Hostel London ReviewsBased on 158 Hotel Reviews
I understand there was a heat wave but the manager could have told us there were stores literally around the corner that sold fans and we would purchased one. Our stay at Acacia Hoste London would have been much nicer if that small bit of info would have been made known to us
Hello and thank you for the kindness of the whole team at Acacia Hostel London, nice rooms, simple breakfast but good; just some heating problem with the cold weather we have experienced
Low cost, close to tube, nice and friendly environment. Acacia Hostel London is good value for money
For the location it was good to find somewhere so affordable. However, our fridge was not turned on and the tap was merely a dribble. Acacia Hostel London is basic but reasonable for what you pay. Thanks
The good points : idealy located in a pleasant area, breakfast staff is really great, kind, clean, efficient and good variety of food (tea, coffee, chocolate, milk, toasts and muesli), bathroom properly cleaned. The negatives: receptionists often rude (only one was really kind and polite), no rules for the shared rooms: some people have a good education and respect other people but some people don't, slam the doors, come back late and put the light on, speaking loudly and so on. It would be a good point to sign a chart of good behaviour when one checks in. No shared rooms reserved to women