Hostels near Baldwin street
4 Hostels Found near Baldwin street, Showing 1-4
The Rackhay offers accommodation in Bristol.
There is a shared seating area for all guests. All rooms are fitted with a shared bathroom.
There is a 24-hour front desk at the property.
You can play...
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from US$ 20.91
Situated in the heart of Bristol, Rock n Bowl features a 24-hour front desk and free WiFi and TVs in public areas. Guests benefit from discounts at the bowling alley, karaoke facilities and a pizzeria...
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It is not far from the city center and the harbourside (everything is so nice!) and it is close to the bus station and the shopping quarter and cinemas. Last but not least wonderful graffitis inside and outside the hostel. I like Bristol very very much. -
Friendly staff, very big communal spaces. Wifi. Central location. Felt
more like a European ... what people say » hostel than an English one.
from US$ 19.42
Overlooking Bristol’s lively Harbourside, this YHA is situated next to the famous Arnolfini Gallery. The YHA Bristol is set in a historical building, and features a restaurant and games room.
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I have just moved to Bristol for work, and stayed at the yha several
days while looking for accommodation. Overall, yha Bristol is a very
good hostel compared to the standard. It is new and clean which is
pretty rare for hostels. Showers are new and clean too. Tv lounge on
the ground floor is a great concept. Excellent location and staff was
very ... what people say » friendly. -
I had a great stay. The hostel had really good communal areas - more like a chic coffee house than a budget hostel. The rooms weren't quite as nice but perfectly acceptable. The wifi was good but you have to pay for it and it doesn't reach the bedrooms - only available in the communal areas. Location is fantastic.
from US$ 33.49
Situated in Bristol’s historic city centre, The Queens Hostel offers free WiFi, laundry facilities and a communal lounge with cable TV.
All rooms have external shared bathrooms. Each room at The Quee...
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The Homestay Bristol is like a second home. From the moment I walked in,
Michael, the owner, asked me about my trip and helped me to settle in.
This is probably the best hostel I have stayed in. Everyone feels at
home there, so we all bonded quickly and went out together. It was
exactly what a hostel should be: a place to meet people from around t... what people say » he
world and bond. -
I forgot my wallet filled with bank cards and train tickets when I went away from hotel. The staff kept it in their reception and waited for me to claim it back. I am grateful for your help