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You kind of expect a smaller sized room when you visit London , but the shower was so small you would have to open the door to bend down and pick something up , the mattress had a larger slope than some of our Scottish...More
Good location and quite, rooms are basic and little run down. Ideal for one night but not long stay. Breakfast was perfect lots of selection and well presented. Lovely and quiet and very close to tube station and restaurants
Upon arrival at the hotel, the exterior was fairly impressive. The receptionist was attentive and she explained the room wasn't ready yet but we could keep our bags there & come back later. I passed her my rucksack and she just put it behind the...More
Nice facade, nice people, nice hotel lobby but if this is where you're considering staying for a trip to London - my advice is: avoid, avoid, avoid.
We stayed in room 303 which is up four flights of narrow, steep stairs and threadbare carpet.
This is easily the dirtiest hotel I've ever stayed in. I had to kick a water bottle out of the way to shut the toilet door, there's signs warning not to take drugs in the rooms, smell of fresh cigarette smoke, the beds have huge...More
US$64 - US$186 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I am concerned about reviewers mentioning bed bugs! I realise it is a budget hotel which i have taken into account, but i am concerned about the cleanliness and no hotel should have bed bugs budget or 5 star.
7 February 2016|
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Response from Hannah P | Reviewed this property |
There isn't bed bugs, the bed does make you feel itchy but it is ok for one night
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"Private bathrooms are essential, room 204 was ok providing you are not a light sleeper."