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You need the Youth Hostel Association: http://www.yha.org.uk/places-to-stay/london Central London beds from £15/person/night - not quite as cheap as you asked for but probably one of the cheapest you're likely to get, short of a tent or a homeless shelter. Actually, looking on Airbnb there are a couple of places offering beds for as low as £7, and a ...


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The word you are looking for is likely Locker. This is fairly common in most hostels and might not be announced on some booking sites. When the site does not mention lockers at all, you should use or double check with an other search site or look on the site of the hostel. Or call the hostel and check whether they do offer the service. I can not remember ...


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This "feature" is called a "Security locker" or "In-room safe" (the latter usually being available in proper hotels, not hostels). You can filter based on that parameter on Hostelworld, for example: Usually the lockers will look something like this: They're divided into several types, ranging in their level of security: In-room safes, a metal box ...


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"Number of guests" means the number of people who will be staying in the room. A "guest" in this context is a customer of the hotel.


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You are two guests; select "2" in the drop down. Usually his number will indicate how many beds in a dorm or other shared facility are reserved for you -- the remaining beds will be allocated to other guests. In the case of tents or private rooms, it also helps the hostel know how many you need. If you select 3 people for a 2-person tent, the hostel will ...



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