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My review is higher than terrible because the staff is nice although the reception/front desk person changes every couple hours. Great location across from park and outside of building has nice architecture. Our room was very, very dark even with the lights on. I didn't...More
Near public transport links
Friendly & helpful staff
Tea & coffee facilities
Very small room (twin)
Brick wall outside window
No natural light
No bedside tables
Very friendly staff. Room was clean, but some trash still left.Very small room, but certainly okay for one-night. Prices for hotels in London are ridiculous, so this was cheap compared to other, similar hotels. Very basic hotel, but private bathroom is a plus. Would consider...More
I always try to find the positives, but there is not one! Broken bed, dirty mugs, no blind on the bathroom window, stains on bedding, threadbear carpets, no hot water, cracks in the walls, blocked sink, unsecure luggage room, uncooperative staff. Whilst you could argue...More
I stayed here with my mum and sister on a weekend break to London and we really enjoyed our stay. The 'triple room' was very spacious with a double bed and 2 single beds (very comfortable) and a lovely bathroom. The only slight disappointment was...More
US$93 - US$167 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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