Rub shoulders with Kylie Minogue and the Beckhams, have your photo taken with the Queen or scream in the Chamber of Horrors. One of the most famous tourist attractions in London.
YHA London Earls Court
London, SW5 0AQ
Just a short walk from Earl's Court Underground station, YHA London Earl's Court is really easy to find and makes for a convenient base for a cheap London break, whether you’re a domestic guest or from overseas. Situated on an affluent residential street, the hostel is a gorgeous Victorian building and boasts a courtyard garden which guests can make the most of during the summer.
Close to close to Olympia, Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park, the Natural History Museum and the Royal Albert Hall, the surrounding area has attractions aplenty to enjoy! Plus, if shopping is your thing, treat yourself with a visit to a number of Knightsbridge's flagship stores.
Why guests love YHA London Earls Court
Accommodation at YHA London Earls Court
This 186 bed backpackers' hostel boasts modern facilities and comfy social areas - great for meeting up with your fellow travellers and sharing stories about your adventures in the capital. The Youth Hostel is completely secure, with key card access to floors as well as rooms, so you can rest easy.
We've recently made some vast improvements to the hostel including the complete refurbishment of the self-catering kitchen, redecoration of the social spaces making them even more relaxing, full replacement of all toilets and showers and we've replaced the old wooden bunk beds with brand spanking new metal ones.
The bedrooms are clean and minimalist in design, with en-suite and family rooms available for your convenience. There's plenty of storage and wooden lockers to keep all your bits and bobs inside. Our hostel also includes a computer area, a laundry with coin-operated washers, and a lounge and dining areas. YHA London Earl's Court is great cheap accommodation for family breaks in London or for solo travelling, with its friendly and inclusive atmosphere.
If you're looking for some outside space in central London to relax in then look no further. We've got a garden outside with picnic benches which is perfect for alfresco dining and sunbathing during the warmer months.
Food and drink at YHA London Earls Court
- 24 hour access
- Cot available
- Cycle store
- Free wi-fi
- Garden / grounds
- Luggage store
- Board games
- Library/Quiet room
- Private rooms available
Food & drink
- Self-catering kitchen
Transportation & parking
- Near underground
- Near train station
Need to know
Check in: From 14:00
Check out: Before 10:00
Towels and toiletries: Towels and toiletries are not provided but are available to hire or purchase from reception. Bedding is supplied.
Parking: There is no parking at YHA London Earl's Court. Public transport links in London are very good - it is easy to get around the city using the London Underground or bus service and so we would advise parking outside the centre.
Pets: Pets are not permitted at YHA London Earl's Court. Assistance dogs are welcome.
Wi-Fi: Free wi-fi is available in social spaces.
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We are very grateful for all of the help and support that our generous volunteers give to YHA. We are proud of our “Investors in Volunteering” accreditation and have a wide range of opportunities available across the country, all of which will provide great learning or social experiences and help us to create even more opportunities for young people.
Volunteering is a great way to meet people, visit new places, gain experiences and have fun. Full details of all of our various volunteering programmes can be found on the Volunteering website.
At YHA London Earls Court we offer the following volunteering opportunities subject to availability:
Please contact [email protected] or call 01629 592562 for more information.
If you are looking for an opportunity for work experience, or simply just an enjoyable way to spend your free time, we’d love to hear from you. The hours are flexible, so if you’re committed and full of ideas, please get in touch. This is an opportunity aimed at local volunteers, as accommodation is not available. However help with travel expenses can be provided. To find out more please email the team on [email protected]
The building was originally a family home before it became a finishing school for 20-25 young ladies - where there were more staff and servants than young ladies! The school closed for a time and was then re-opened by the previous French teacher before it became a hotel. YHA has operated the building as a Youth Hostel for more than 55 years.
Meet the team
Manager recommends: If you're on a quick weekend break, or just in London for a day do The Original Bus Tour and see the sights.