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Perfect for our 5 day stay in London. The hotel is in a really nice area within walking distance to the tube and parks. The room was a good size with a big window. There was good security and 24 hour reception. Great hotel!!
I went recently and it was what I wanted as I am usually out and about and apart from sleeping I won't be in it long.
The Hotel itself is pretty basic I have to say but the girls on reception were friendly and helpful...More
We had a twin room on 1st floor overlooking the gardens. Yes it was small but for the price, it was clean, comfortable and with having bars on the windows, you were able to sleep with the window open with little noise coming from outside....More
We stayed there in a 4-bed-room as a family. The rooms are very small, no wardrobe, no place to put your suitcase. The bathroom (if you can call it room...) is a small cubbyhole with a curtain instead of a real door.
During the 2nd...More
Stayed quite a long time ago but my experience was such that I have only recently been able to think and talk about it. Paper thin walls that enable you to hear things you really don't want to. Poky poorly furnished rooms. And by unfortunate...More
US$74 - US$164 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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