The rooms could have maintained with a bit more cleanliness but overall it is a good place to be considering the reasonable rates and location. With a free 24/7 WiFi I could stay in touch with my mates. The Generator Hostel is situated around a terrific location, near the university dominated areas. This makes it one of the nicest places of Central London. In private rooms, the privacy is actually maintained but the interiors could have been a little better.
I would say, The Generator Hostel could be counted amongst the party hotels with lots of recreation facilities offered. This is away from the usual noise and crowded areas around as it is located around the universities. Rooms are very much basic but are adequate. The Lamb British Pub which is located on the Lamb Conduit Street is just about 5 minutes away from this hostel is one of the popular places to visit. I had finger licking good food at the Generator Hostel’s restaurant and bar itself. The bar and entertainment facilities at this hostel are amazing. I was never felt like a stranger. Thanks to all activities around and facilities provided like DJ nights, quizzes, and fancy dress events.
This hostel in London easily accommodates around 900 beds. This hostel offers a minimum price package of $25 and goes higher as per the kind of room that you want. Private rooms, Dorm beds and female dorms offer you luxury stay. Whatever the price per room is, it is all inclusive of breakfast, free WiFi, tax, linen, drinks and other facilities. It was easy for me to travel around as trains and underground stations are just about walking distance away near the Russell Square across the March Mont Street. I could easily reach the British Museum in about 5 minutes time. Some of the popular tourists’ spots near the hostel include Buckingham Palace, Kew Gardens, The National Gallery, Oxford Street and others. I would definitely think again to reside at this place considering the nearby places to visit and the room rates. It was fun!
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