Astor York Hostel, 124 Holgate Road, York, YO24 4BB
Call Eric on 01904 653 786
OverviewAstor York is set in a beautiful Grade II listed building just minutes walk to the historic centre! With a huge cozy lounge, and dining areas, free WiFi throughout the building and every room ensuite, Astor York is the perfect base for exploring the incredible historic centre of York. There is also a bar on the property if you fancy a drink with friends, or to meet fellow travellers, and a kitchen where you can cook your own food if you are on a budget. CCTV and Electronic Keycard Access will ensure you remain safe. The building has stunning features, newly refurbished bathrooms and a cosy feel to it. It is the newest addition to the award winning Astor Hostels Group. The building is in the St. Paul's Square Conservation area, and is a 10 minute walk from York Railway Station, and the historic centre of York. If you don't feel like walking there are local buses that stop right outside the hostel, and will take you to the station or into the town centre. The moment you walk through the hostels doors you become part of our family. Every detail – from the super clean bathrooms and comfortable pillows to an unforgettable social events - to be perfect, giving you a York adventure that is 10 out of 10! At Astors York you will have full access to: • Free Fast Wi-Fi throughout the building • 24-hour assistance • CCTV Security monitoring • Free security lockers for your valuables (laptops, cameras, phones, etc) • Free luggage storage available before check-in and after checkout (same day) • Laundry facilities. Hairdryers and ironing facilities free to use • All you can eat Breakfast for only £1.00 (All proceeds go to charity) • Wonderful fully equipped kitchen (large fridges available for food and drinks storage) • Dining room and common area to enjoy a meal or meet fellow travellers • Beautiful lounge area with comfy sofas and enormous projector screen for movies and sports! Helpful Extras – (Hidden costs are a pain! If we can give it to you for free we will, if we cannot we will do it as cheap possible!): • Free City Maps • Tourist Information, walking tours and advice on local attractions and transports • Daily events organized for our guests • Hire padlocks and adaptors free of charge with a £5 deposit • Tips for local restaurants and coffee shops • Towel Hire for only £2 • Free printing facilities (boarding passes, tickets etc…) • Clean, crisp linen on your bed ready to sleep on!
Beds & Rooms:93: 1x1, 1x twin, 2x dbl. 9x4, 2x6, 1x8, 1x12, 1x18
Price per night:Dorm beds from £17pp. Private double/twin from £58.
Directions:The building is in the St. Paul Conservation area, and is a 10 minute walk from York Railway Station, and the historic centre of York. If you don't feel like walking there are local buses that stop right outside the hostel, and will take you to the station or into the town centre.
Public Transport:10 minute walk from York Railway Station, with buses from right outside the hostel o the station or into the town centre.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
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Astor York re-opens their doors for 2020.
June 19th 2020
We want you to know that safety remains our top priority. Astor has always been a safe space bringing people from all over the world together. We are looking forward to welcoming back our community of global travellers
WE ARE REOPENING, SAFELY.
Moving out of lockdown, we are looking forward to welcoming back our community of global travellers to ASTOR.
We want you to know that safety remains our top priority.
Astor has always been a safe space bringing people from all over the world together. We all have a part to play in keeping our hostels a safe space for our staff and visitors.
Head to the link in our website to see everything we are doing to keep you safe.
We look forward to seeing you in July when Astor Museum & Astor York opens their doors.
Quite possibly the most stylish hostel in York
March 5th 2020
York is best known for being a historic city with a rich past. But in more recent years there has been a rapidly growing alternative scene. Astor York is a perfect example this trend, while still keeping close to the historic roots of York.
A listed building, York Astor at first glance appears somewhat unassuming. However just beyond the front door there’s a different story being told, a lively hostel awash with colour and life. Stylish, chic and dripping with a quirky charm. Clearly meant for the independent traveler. Art lines the walls, Frida Kalo in a daft punk shirt certainly fits the vibe Astor gives off. The facilities provided are also top notch, keycard entry system means no praying there’s someone still on reception late at night. What with all the fun to be had in York staying out a bit later than intended might be a given. Arts, food and music York has it all. The Basement offers a truly underground experience with everything from music to comedy. Skosh serves delicious food with a wide range of culinary influences from Asia to India. Whereas Source caters to both vegan and omnivorous diners. There’s a whole city just waiting to be explored and Astor York is the place to stay while doing it.
Enjoy breakfast for £1 at Astors York and your payment goes to chairity.
October 1st 2019
We offers breakfast to our guests every morning between 8-10am in our kitchen with a small charge of £1. There is a wide variety of jam, chocolate and peanut butter spreads, cereal, toast, yogurt, coffee and beverages to choose from and there’s no need to sign up for breakfast; you can decide if you want to have some on the day.
We run our breakfast under a charity scheme, so all the proceeds are going to donations. Laid out in our kitchen (for a small charge of £1) is a wide variety of jam, chocolate and peanut butter spreads, cereal, toast, yogurt, coffee and beverages that you are more than welcome to choose from and have a good start for the day! You do not need to sign up for breakfast; you can decide if you want to have some on the day.