Astor Museum Inn
The Astor Museum Inn is centrally located near some of London's' major sites and attractions. The British Museum and Library are just across the road and Covent Garden, the famous Oxford Street, Soho and London's West-End theatre district are just 10 minutes walking distance. There is no curfew so you can go out and party all night.
We have a variety of rooms available from 2 to 12 bed rooms with bathrooms which are situated on the corridor, outside the rooms. Hot showers are available at all times and we also provide security lockers in rooms, however you need to provide the padlock. We sell padlocks in case you need one. We can also lock your belongings behind reception.
Other facilities and services here at The Astor Museum Inn include cable TV, DVD's in the lounge room, cooking facilities and equipment, fax service and if you need to call home we also sell phone cards and have payphones.
Please make sure you have your passport for check-in or a photo ID or Drivers License.
You must be between the ages of 18 - 35 to stay at our hostel.
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Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
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Please note: We are a backpacker hostel and therefore cater strictly for the 18 to 35 year old age bracket only.
A passport, photo ID or driver's license is required upon check in.
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From Holborn Station (Piccadilly Line and Central Line), turn right onto Southampton Row, turn left onto Bloomsbury Place which will become Great Russell Street. Then turn right into Montague Street (second street on the right). We're number 27 on your right-hand side.
Located next to the British Museum. Walking distance to the West End (theatres), Leicester Square, Covent Garden, Soho, Piccadilly CircusBloomsbury Set, Charles Dickens curiosity shop, London School of Economics, British Library and University of Westminster.