Astor Queensway Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAstor Queensway Hostel London
Highlight of this hostel is the staff. They are a great bunch of people, from various backgrounds and all with their own story to share. They create a great social atmosphere in and around the hostel, hanging out with guests and organising social events around London!
The hostel itself is pretty decent, with a couple of great communal areas - the lounge is fun, plus the kitchen and dining hall come in handy very often. Location of the hostel is great as it's close to Queensway (central line), Bayswater (circle/district lines), Paddington (piccadilly line & national rail), and it's also close to Hyde Park and trendy Notting Hill!
Being a youth hostel, it's a terrific place to stay for anyone 18-35 and wanting to have a fun time in London!
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