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The room was fair, the position of the hotel is great, the breakfast was ok, but the big issue I had to face at Arriva hotel is that your sleeping is not protected. In the nearest room to mine, along Saturday night, people were shouting...More
I cannot express more what a disgusting sh&!? whole this is!
Super unfriendly staff & DIRTY rooms!!!!
For the same price you can stay at a much better B&B!
Avoid at all times!!!!!
The neighborhood is dangerous & they even found a dead body just...More
The location is really great! Our room was rather small, still there was enough place for the two of us. The room was also quite warm. Quite nice that there is an elevator in the holel.
There were mice swarming and squeaking behind a wooden...More
A basement room with cracks in the window, grubby carpet and tiny bathroom. There are many better options for a similar price in central London. The breakfast is dreadful as well. Find somewhere else.
Reception would not change the room - as they said -...More
Stayed for five nights on a work training week. Luckily brought ear plugs. Was in a twin room, yes walls very thin. Havent stayed in London hotel for decades, so was great to know bed bugs cleared up from beds. Yes the ones you see...More
US$57 - US$224 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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