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Arlington Avenue guest house: £40 (so they claim; looks like it should cost more)
 
Arlington Avenue guest house: £40 (so they claim; looks like it should cost more)
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== Hostels ==
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Lots near Kings Cross:
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* [http://www.clinkhostels.com/en/about/clink78.html Clink 78] £15-
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* [http://www.yha.org.uk/find-accommodation/london/hostels/london-st-pancras/index.aspx YHA] £15-
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And a huge number of small B&Bs south of Euston Road.
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Posher ones around london:
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* http://londonist.com/2010/12/the-top-five-hostels-in-london.php
  
 
==The hackspace==
 
==The hackspace==
  
 
Don't.
 
Don't.

Revision as of 17:14, 30 November 2011

This page lists some options for sleeping overnight, in case you have far to travel.

Hotels and B&Bs

Travelodge: London City Road: £90, Farringdon: £60

Premier Inn: 1 Silicon Way, Old Street: from £59 (opening soon)

Old Friend, Bethnal Green: £60

City Inn Express: £45+

The Luxury Inn, Dalston: £65

Kandara Guesthouse: £53-75

Commongate (5 miles; bus/taxi required): £45

Arlington Avenue guest house: £40 (so they claim; looks like it should cost more)

Check AirBnB

Hostels

Lots near Kings Cross:

And a huge number of small B&Bs south of Euston Road.

Posher ones around london:

The hackspace

Don't.