YHA London Earls Court
Address38 Bolton Gardens SW5 0AQ LondonSee nearby area
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This is a fantastic base for exploring England's capital.
YHA London Earls Court is a busy 24-hr hostel with easy access to Heathrow and Gatwick. Just a short walk to the Exhibition Centre and tube station, this makes it ideal for seeing what the whole city has to offer.
Our modern facilities in a Victorian building provide a convenient base, whether you're in London to explore its attractions or looking for a stop-over while you attend a gig or event at the nearby Olympia and Earls Court exhibition centre's. This cosmopolitan area of west London is close to Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park, The Natural History Museum, The Royal Albert Hall and The Science Museum.
Please note, we do not charge an additional temporary membership fee. Discounts are not available for members of YHA (England & Wales) or IYHF as part of this booking.
London Attractions: We sell discounted and fast track entrance tickets to some of London’s most famous sights and best kept secrets. Including the London Eye, Madame Tussauds, The Tower of London, Walking tours, Bike tours, boat trips and many, many more. Plus, every penny we make at YHA goes directly back in to our charity ‘Breaks for Kids’ which makes it possible for children from financially disadvantaged backgrounds to take part in school or community group breaks away! Ask us for a full activity list on check in.
Hostel Activities: We organise fun stuff for you to do nearly every day of the week! Such as Free Walking tours, top rated Pub Crawls, Group trips to famous West End Shows, Jet boating on the Thames, Burger nights, Sunday Roasts, movie nights…..well, you get the drift! It’s a fantastic way to meet other travellers and really make the most of your time in London! Find out what’s happening in Your YHA London Hostel while you’re staying with us - ask for the itinerary when you check in.
Services & facilities
- 24 Hour Reception
- 24 Hour Security
- Board games
- Book Exchange
- Cable TV
- Common Room
- Internet Access
- Linen Included
- Washing machine
- Luggage Storage
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