A hostel West End London can be found south of Regents Park around the British Museum. This is a bit different than searching for a West London hostel as that area stretches into the countryside all the way to Heathrow Airport. These are really two distinct areas. The original medieval city includes a portion of the West End, and some Westminster hostels are located here. In the countryside area of West London, you are more apt to find historic manor homes converted into charming bed and breakfasts.
Hostels in West End London place you closest to the theater district of the city, where there are numerous Broadway-style theaters and plenty of pubs and dining spots. The Astor Museum Inn is a traditional youth hostel as well as part of the history of the city. Rooms these days are multi-sex, but shared showers and toilets are spread strategically to all some privacy for different sexes. The common area combines a lounge and fully equipped kitchen. A good Continental breakfast is included in the cost of the room. This is a true hostel West End London that has been servicing backpackers and students since the 1960s.
There are YHA (Youth Hostel Association) hostels in West End London as well as in most every other section of the city. There is also a St. Christopher’s hostel (pictured) to be found as a West London hostel near Holland Park, as well as one in the charming maritime town of Greenwich, south of Canary Wharf.