YHA London Oxford Street
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TravelPod Member ReviewsYHA London Oxford Street
Although it is centrally located and comfortable to reach, the neighborhood definitely is not very friendly when you get back at night. Just okay if you want to spend the night and roam the streets during the day. Don't expect more than that.
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