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We normally always stay in Hubs just because they are perfect for what we want, we spend minimal time in the room when in London and they perfect and compact.
This is the first time we have stayed in this location and we were really...More
This hotel is certainly value for money, good location, very clean, and excellent helpful staff. I was a bit apprehensive about booking this as I knew the rooms were small and yes they are but they are very well designed and at the end of...More
I recently visited & stayed in room 315. Check in was super easy & I managed to do this for myself, brother & friend using our confirmation email.
My friend was in one of the rooms in the basement which was ideal for sleeping as...More
I visit the City of London on average each week and stay a night or two close to Liverpool St and so I've stayed in most of the hotels around that area. I value one thing more than anything in a hotel and that's the...More
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