Holidaymakers in the United Kingdom capital for a short-term vacation in a budget-friendly value find suitable base at the cosy and shared accommodations of Journeys London Bridge Hostel. Vacationers at this London hostel can explore Buckingham Palace, take snapshots of The Big Ben or watch live performances at Royal Opera House. Travellers can also take a leisure walk at Hyde Park, see the collections at Victoria and Albert Museum and drive along the scenic London Bridge.
Guests at Journeys London Bridge Hostel can take pleasure at the pool table, dart board, common room and football table on site. Luggage storage and Wi-Fi access throughout the hostel are also on offer.
Journeys Hostel is nestled on Manor Place in London, more than two kilometres from Waterloo station. Tourists in the area can shop for local delicacies at the historic Borough Market and have a bird's eye view of the city from London Eye.
Journeys Hostel London Bridge provides continental breakfast for patrons on site each day. Visitors can chill out with refreshing beverages at the in-house bar. For other options, diners can enjoy different dishes at restaurants and bistros close by.
The comfortable property has shared dormitories equipped with bunk beds and bed linen. Shared self-catering kitchen is on offer. Iron/ironing board and towel hire is also available upon request.
After seeing the sights at nearby London Bridge, The West End of London, Buckingham Palace and Borough Market, enjoy the pool table, darts board and foosball table,
Sit back and relax with a movie, we have them playing all-day every-day in the common room. Journeys London Bridge was used as a setting in Guy Ritchie's films 'Snatch' and 'Lock Stock & Two Smoking Barrels'.