A hostel set in London's Earls Court offering 122 single rooms in single gender flats with 3 bedrooms, sharing a small kitchen and a shower room.
Located in Earls Court in the Borough of desirable Kensington & Chelsea, London (Zones 1 & 2).
Park House is ideal for young professionals, students and independent travellers looking for a safe and welcoming place to stay while in London. This property is walking distance from South Kensington, home to the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum, The Royal Albert Hall and many other attractions.
Park House is a hostel offering single private rooms within small flats. Each flat has either two or three bedrooms, with a shared kitchen and shower room. Every two flats, share a small TV/Dining lounge. There are two further common rooms on the ground floor, as well as a small patio at the back of the building.
IMPORTANT: PLEASE DO NOT BOOK AFTER 4.00PM ON FRIDAYS OR ON SATURDAYS AS THE OFFICE IS CLOSED AND YOUR BOOKING CANNOT BE ACCEPTED.
Food and Drinks
Each unit has its own kitchen with a microwave, toaster, oven, hob and fridge freezer. Cooking utensils are provided from Reception.
This property is located close to many shops, restaurants and cafes all within walking distance.
Two television lounges with Sky, communal area for working or socialising, 24 hour security and a key card system throughout the property. Cleaning equipment and vacuum cleaner. Credit cards are accepted and there is no curfew. Hotel safe and tourist information desk.
Free broadband access (wifi)
Food and Drinks
Museums (walking distance)
Recommended restaurants (walking distance)
Theatre (walking distance)
Address: 227 Earls Court Road, London, SW5 9BL, United Kingdom
Check In: 12:00pm onwards Check Out: 10:00am
Directions: The closest Underground Station is Earls Court, served by the District and Piccadilly Lines. Take the main exit from Earls Court Underground Station, (NOT the Exhibition Halls exit). Turn right onto Earls Court Road and walk for a few minutes. You will find Park House Hostel London on your left – look for a high, red-brick modern building.