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If you do not want to be able to sleep, this is the right place to go. First year students can party all night in the room next door without management taking any action. Attached is an extract of their noise policy: the first paragraph means tenants should be respectful and should not make any noise at night, while the second paragraph means 'just kidding, we won't move a finger if people are using sub-woofers at 3am every night!'. Also just a cash machine who does not care about students at all. Have fun!
Had to come to London for a Study Day, stayed here. Felt safe as we had a lovely man on reception all night. Easy walk to a nice Indian restaurant. Not far from Euston Station so very convenient, and not far from the Royal College of Physicians. Breakfast was the best choice I have ever had, it was amazing!! Just had to share a bathroom but it was a cheap place to stay!!
Have just spent 5 days in London with 2 friends and booked to stay at Hughes Parry Hall in a self contained flat for 3. The flat was conveniently located in London and a short walk from Kings Cross and Russel Square tube stations. Also nearby were a number of shops (e.g. Tesco) and places to eat so we had plenty choice as well as being able to cook for ourselves in our rooms. On the whole our rooms were clean, maybe a little bit tired looking in places but a good standard nonetheless. Our beds were comfy and we had lounge space to relax in other than the beds. The kitchen was fine, small table and seating area, fridge/freezer, cooker, microwave & sink. I think we would have liked to see a toaster in there and possibly a bit more in the way of cooking utensils but their absence wasn't a big deal for us. We had an inclusive breakfast which was lovely and provided a good start to our day & the reception staff were really helpful and friendly and we were able to leave our luggage at reception before and after check in and out times which was a big help for us. On the basis that we paid only a few pounds more per night to stay here compared to a hotel in Bayswater last Easter which provided us with a shoebox of a room and bathroom and definitely not made for 3 people, this accommodation proved to be much more spacious and better value and on that basis I would definitely book to stay here again.
Positive points: 1. I liked the room. The floor is carpeted, the desk is large, so I could work and have enough space for the laptop, papers, camera, and all the wires. 2. Wifi on the first and ground floors, it was working well for me (they have eduroam network - all university from numerous universities connect as they are at home). 3. In addition, in the room, they have a perfect wired internet. Speedtest showed the speed of 70Mb. So, this is the fastest hotel internet I ever had! 4. There is a drying room with ironing facilities for free. And there is shower room with three cabins (but I met other people only two times there during six days of stay), but there is one private shower on each floor. 5. There is a kitchen with an oven, sink, fridge, and a kettle. 6. I liked the breakfast. The selection is large, the tables are more than enough to sit alone or with friends.
Negative points: 1. The bed is a bit uncomfortable meaning that you can feel the surface is slightly unequal. 2. The water is terrible (as almost everywhere in London). So, drink only bottled water. 3. There are no fresh vegetables for breakfast (as in many other English hotels)
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and