The Court Hostel
Address194-196 Earls Court Road Kensington LondonSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Good beds, clean rooms and TV/ kitchen room with free breakfast and WI-FI thrown in for good measure.
We are located right in the heart of Kensington just a 10 minutes walk from many museums and parks.
We are 40 minutes travel from Heathrow airport. Located right in the middle of numerous pubs, restaurants and shops, everything is at your fingertips.
We are seconds away from many pubs, clubs, restaurants and minutes from museums, parks and galleries. Buses can be caught across the road and the tube is thirty seconds walk from our front door.
Group bookings of more than 4 need an agreement by phone or email from the Management before a booking will be accepted.
We accept cash only and require a valid passport as ID when checking in.
Our policy states that individual customers over 40 years of age are not permitted to stay in shared dormitories, and strongly recommends that customers reserve a private room and do not stay in shared dormitories.
New arrivals can check into their rooms after 2pm each day. Guests may arrive earlier and leave their luggage at the hostel if your room is not ready for you.
Check out is at 10.30am and guests must hand all keys back to reception.
What you get:
- Free WI-FI
- Free use of lockers
- Free use of the Kitchen.
- Free tea, coffee all day.
- Free breakfast, croissants, fruit juice toast and cereal.
- Free bed linen.
- Free use of safe.
- Common room.
- No Curfew.
Towels are not provided.
Please note that twin rooms have bunk beds.
Services & facilities
- Free Breakfast
- Common Room
- Linen Included
- 24 Hour Reception
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Security Lockers
- Luggage Storage
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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