Property description

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All rooms at Park House are fully furnished single rooms. Each room shares a kitchen and bathroom with a maximum of 3 people. In addition there are communal television rooms, laundry facilities and free internet connection in rooms (no wireless).


You can arrive at Park House anytime between 2:00pm and 7:00pm on the day your stay starts. You need to let us know when you will be arriving so we can have someone available to complete your paperwork and take you on a tour of the hostel. If you need to arrive outside of those hours please let us know in advance and we will make arrangements for you to access your room.

Check Out

Check Out time is 10am on the day of your departure.


You will need to pay your charges in advance of your arrival.


You will have your own kitchen to share with one or two others. We supply an oven, microwave, kettle, toaster and refrigerator.


Please note, Park House is a hostel for women only.

Welcome to Park House Hostel, located in Earls Court in central London. Park House is ideal for international female travellers looking for a London break. You will be just minutes away from South Kensington, home to the Natural History Museum and the Science Museum and many other attractions. You can experience outstanding shopping on High Street Kensington, just a short walk away. And with Earls Court Underground station just a few minutes walk away you have easy access to all of central London.

Park House has 122 single bedrooms available to women only. We provide:

24 hour staff presence

CCTV security camera

Friendly atmosphere

Sky TV

Wifi Internet in common areas

Laundry Facilities

So book a room now and have a safe, secure and comfortable time at Park House during your London stay.

Park House Hostel is part of Viridian Housing, a not for profit charitable housing association providing homes for over 15,000 across the UK. Founded at the end of the Second World War, to re-house elderly people bombed out of their homes during the Blitz, Viridian Housing has grown to provide homes for a wide range of people, including families, the elderly, and single young people.