Camden Lock Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

89 Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8AR, United Kingdom
Camden Lock Hotel
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Accommodation in Camden

by Geriflux

Hi, i'm just wondering if anyone can recommend a decent hostel or a budget hotel in or close to Camden? I've checked out one or two hostels on the internet in Camden but they don't have twin rooms(it's a twin room we're after).Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks. Geri

Re: Accommodation in Camden

by film

Try the Camden Lock Hotel

Re: Accommodation in Camden

by Geriflux

Will have a look at that. Thank You!

budget travel. Where to stay?

by mpls2000

My girlfriend and I will be coming from Singapore to London for the first time.

There are 2 main places we are going.

Hampstead and Marylebone.

We intend to stay in some budget hostels (or b&b) outside the expensive London city.

Hopefully the sleeping place could be somewhere near Hampstead or Marylebone.

Any good, economic, safe and comfortable accommodation to recommend?

Many thanks

Re: budget travel. Where to stay?

by leics

Look at or They list hostels in London, so you can choose which fits your budget and location needs.

There is a Youth Hostel at Hampstead Heath:

B&b accommodation in London is not the same as the rest of the UK. In London, b&b are usually just small hotels which have no bar/restaurant facilties, whereas outside London they are rooms in ordinary houses (although still is not a 'home-stay' arrangement). You are better to look for hostel accommodation in London.

Re: budget travel. Where to stay?

by mpls2000

Hi there,

thanks for your info.

I tried to book the hostel you recommended and I got this message:
Oops! This accommodation has now sold out
>> click here to make another search <<

Alternatively, The accommodations listed below are available for the dates of your stay

Could you please recommend me another source? Somewhere outside the central London, and near Hampstead and Marylebone will be nice.


Re: budget travel. Where to stay?

by leics

Yes, London is both popular and expensive.

Use the two sites I gave to explore your options. There will be availibility somewhere.

Re: budget travel. Where to stay?

by film

Try the Camden Lock Hotel

Go up the hill and you come to Hampstead, go downhill and you will come to Marylebone.

Camden is an interesting and lively place. All the decadent things that are forbidden to young people in Singapore....well they do them all in Camden.

Re: budget travel. Where to stay?

by mpls2000

Good one. Thanks brother.

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They do have Stores in Europe

by TravelJunkie

Comfortable Shoes! I wore my Birkenstocks like always and had happy feet! My husband on the other hand wore his tennis shoes and did not have happy feet.

Bring a light jacket for nighttime. My mother returned with horror stories of British toilet paper...and samples to back up her tale. I am glad to report that with the exceptiopn of the Charlotte St car Park in Bath, the UK had advanced its toilet paper technology.

You don't need to bring any from home. If you need it, Boots the Chemist probably has it.


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Address: 89 Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8AR, United Kingdom