4-7 The Crescent, Southall

Price rates

€ 39.27 average price per room/bed (the price is per 1 night only)

Info & Description

Pay and Sleep offers the best value for money budget bed & breakfast accommodation. We are located conveniently in London Transport's zone 4 (£6.30 for all day off peak travel, zones 1 - 4. See travel page for more details), 16 minutes by train from the heart of London-Paddington and 10 minutes by train from Heathrow airport. We can offer our guests a basic, clean & secure environment in which to stay within the vibrant multicultural district of Southall, located within the London Borough of Ealing.

Our flat rate of £32.50 per night for a basic double or twin room (two single beds can be moved together for use as a double) applies however long you wish to stay. We also have our marginally more expensive twin and double en-suites available at £37.50 per night. We can accommodate from 1, and up to 4 people in our quad rooms (2 bunk beds per room) at the rate of £40 per night which dramatically reduces your per person per night spend. 4-bunk bedded Dormitories are available at £12 per bed per night (for a minimum of 7 nights) including breakfast. (All confirmed bookings are fully chargeable and non-refundable). All room/dormitory rates include a complimentary meat-free cooked breakfast, free bed linen. Towels on request. Free cot when booked in advance. We have 24 hour live-in staff (for security purposes only). On arrival please ring the door bell and someone will let you in, because in order to keep our rates low, we don't have a manned reception. Free Wifi in dining room plus TV. Check in from 3pm until 10pm latest. Free luggage store from 9am for earlier arrivals. Same day bookings, subject to availability. 45 rooms (all rooms contain a sink, most have a fridge). No hidden charges, prices include VAT. All major credit cards accepted. (not AmEx). Euros accepted.
These special rates are available with advance purchase whereby all bookings are fully prepaid, non-refundable & non-transferable.
On receiving your payment we will send you a booking confirmation by email.

On-street parking is available in The Crescent and is free of charge between 8pm and 10am. Parking is restricted from 10am-8pm Monday-Saturday and 2pm-8pm Sunday. During restricted hours parking is available directly outside our front door within 4 parking bays which allow for one hour free parking. There is also pay and display parking at 60p/hour,maximum stay 2 hours.

We are also located 1.6 miles from Purple Parking which offers off-street parking and free shuttle buses to Heathrow Airport at very reasonable rates


  • Heating


  • standard 4 bed/s private shared Watercloset (bathroom)
  • standard 2 bed/s private shared Watercloset (bathroom)

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  1. mari From Finland On June 24, 2010

    Hostel was ok, but the surroundings were quite weird: messy and restless. All in all, our one day visit was ok.

  2. Sean From England On February 24, 2010

    Good location next to a BR station linked to subway close to LHR airport. Excellent value for money. I found the staff very helpful and the food very nice. Its in a fascinating multicultural area and I will be visiting again.

  3. Akif From England On February 21, 2010

    The hotel has a pleasant atmosphere, very clean and with friendly and helpful staff. I was actually expecting a lot less considering the price per night being really cheap! Definitely high value for money. Also Being a minutes walk away from the train station and bus stop was really helpful. I would definitely be visiting again and would recommend you to do so too.

  4. Melanie From Germany On December 19, 2009

    Pay and Sleep is a really nice Hostel, nice rooms with closet and fawcet inside. It was clean with good beds and a really nice breakfast. The only problem is the position. You have to take the train to get there, and its already outside London.