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Best hostels in London near Kensington Victoria and Albert Museum

When you reach near Kensington as a tourist you have access to some of the best hostel options at lower prices. With instant bookings possible online it is the best way to explore the British capital. A holiday can be great even at cheap prices. Best hostels in South Kensington can give a feel of a good neighborhood, which is safe and affordable. Tourists can be right next to an exciting attraction like Victoria and Albert Museum. There are several inexpensive ways to enjoy the British capital. There are great free things to do and affordable accommodations as well. So, if you are looking for such a tour, here are few tips that may prove handy.


Even though Kensington has a reputation of being an elite neighborhood, it pays to avail one of the best hostels here. With so many landmarks within walking distance, one can actually save on travel expenses. The amazing walking tours along the lanes, which marry picturesque natural setting and modern backdrop, are a delight. Try and find hostels near Victoria and Albert Museum, they offer great value for money.

The Acacia hostel London is ideally located and offers a happy stay. Its shared rooms are very comfortable. Travelers can enjoy various facilities like the fridge, hair drier, iron board, shared kitchen, tour desk, pay-phones, wireless internet access. Its complimentary breakfast makes sure you are well nourished before the sights seeing tour.

The Astor Victoria is reputed among tourists, business travelers and students alike. It allows guests aged between 18-35 years old. Being so close to the main transport hub of Victoria it means one can easily travel to any part of the city. Placed in the posh locality, boarders can have the best of their time at various restaurants, bars and nightclubs.

The Court Hostel at Earls Court Road is counted among the best hostels of London. The property is situated in the heart of Kensington; it is within walking distance of the Albert Museum. The day starts with a complimentary breakfast, spend your time at the Museum, enjoy the evening checking out the numerous shops and dine at very best restaurants. Stroll back to the place only to be welcomed by the smiling staff.

Pay a visit to the Sir John Soane’s Museum; this fascinating museum located at Lincoln’s Field is a treat of paintings, antiques, architecture and sculpture. The artifacts dated between 1700s to early 1800s, have vivacious record of the growth of art in these centuries.

Tease your taste buds at Brick Lane’s numerous curry houses they serve awesome food. The nightclubs, pubs and bars and galleries in the east end of the city are economical and yet entertain to the lees.  If time permits, you can also enjoy some window-shopping at various Vintage stores.

After a good drink at Brick Lane enjoy a stroll down the south bank of the river Thames to the Tate Modern. Its beauty is awe-inspiring and number London landmarks are located along this stretch. The delicacies of the Borough market come for fortune but do you know that many of the stores provide free samples? So, just dig in without having to spend much. Check out the Hampstead Heath and the British capital would seem beautiful than ever.

For more digs like affordable hostels visit The Court Hostel near Kensington, Victoria and Albert Museum. The added attractions also come free. Book online and have a nice stay.

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