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Shops, Restaurants & Amenities

There are many shops, restaurants, coffee shops, pubs, bars, services companies and other amenities within a few minutes walking distance of the hostel. The map below highlights the most prominent ones. If you have more specific questions or requirements, please don't hesitate to ask our friendly staff at reception (24/7). As part of our guest guide we have prepared a map of attractions in London for you here.

Mobile User Note: Unfortunately this map only works on desktop browsers (sorry but Google can't do this yet).

Key Locations

The Saint James Hostel (map)
Earl's Court Underground Station (map)
Earl's Court Exhibition Centre (map)
Post Office (Foreign Exchange) (map) (* see Money Services below)

Underground Walking Directions

Shops & Supermarkets

Sainsbury's Local (map)
Tesco Superstore (map)
The Co-operative (map)
Marks & Spencer (map)
24h Convenience Store (see map above)

Laundrette (see map above)

* Money Services

Next to Earl's Court tube station (Earl's Court Road entrance) you will find several & late night foreign exchange offices (some of which are open late and on Sundays/when the Post Office is closed. Also there is a Western Union shop for sending/receiving money internationally.

Restaurants, Fast Food, Pubs & Cafes

The Earl's Court has many, many great places for you to eat and drink within a few minutes walking distance from the hostel. The map above lists many great options, from cafes to restaurants & pubs as well as pizzerias and fast-food places.

If you find a great place we should add to the map please let us know in the comments below.

If you have specific requirements, please always be welcome to ask our hostel staff who will be more than happy to help you.

Car Park

The nearest and best value car park is the one attached to the Copthorne Tara hotel. See https://www.justpark.com/uk/parking/london/s/p-o-box-834-london-w8/ where you can book your car park space on line. We are a 10 minute walk from the car park.

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