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We came to London with my daughter and family for a special Christmas treat. None of us slept, as facing Cromwell Road, where traffic operates all night and windows were only single glazing, carpets dirty, you could hear people talking next door.A degree required to...More
We paid £125 for our room, so I was expecting a comfortable and pleasant stay. Sadly, it was anything but. We experienced a catalogue of faults during our 1-night stay, and although the staff were friendly, they were unable to fix anything or refund our...More
Stayed here with my Wife and my twin girls for 2 nights. Situated on a busy London road about 4 mins from Gloucester Rd Tube. Fairly central for all London. The rooms are a bit ropey and need decorating but ok. Hotel states free Wifi...More
Not a pleasant greeting on arrival from front of house who couldn’t speak English. Rooms clean but basic. Ok with that as it wasn’t expensive. My friend and I were sharing a double room so had twin beds. We had only been in the room...More
The hotel its self was fairly clean, but the shower was old and one could not regulate the hot and cold water. The heating was not working the room was cold.
The only good thing about this hotel that it was central to where my...More
$48 - $175 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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