We stayed on the second level. Booked a double room, was pretty good for a hostel room, small bar fridge, wardrobe, cups, plates and cutlery. The bar fridge was great because we could actually buy milk and cold meats! Such a relief.
The staff were also really helpful, the printer was out of order so they just printed stuff off for free.
Also really close to the tube which is great.
Towels are changed every two day, which is nice.
The kitchen doors on all levels have no dampener so they slam shut and echo through all the hallways! Which is a bit annoying when its 10pm, and you have to be up at 4:30am for a flight.
The walls are also super thin.
And you have to pay for WiFi, which is a bit of a bummer.
The shower layout just plain sucks! There is no ledge or anything to put your clothes on, or your toiletries, and the water pressure is rubbish too. Im sure it is better on level one, but it gets worse with each level you go up. Plus you have to press a button and you get about 15-20seconds of water, then you have to press it again, which is annoying when it winter.
It didn't really bother me too much, but what ever they use to clean has a really pungent chemical smell, and they start cleaning quiet early.
Overall, I would stay here again, maybe I would request a room on level one, or with an ensuite.
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