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I agree that it is not o good hotel if you compare with more expensives. I stayed for six days and I could rest for the night and joy the city in the next day. Paying 25 pound's per day i couldn't wait more.
the place is hideous ensuite was grubby shower took around 15 minutes to warm up then the water only trickled out carpets where dirty you had to wipe your feet on the way out we booked two nights stay but one was enough we left...More
I stayed at this hotel with my boyfriend for New Years Eve. The hotel is in a excellent location, and the building is beautiful. Upon arrival we were greeted by two gentlemen, who were very pleasant and helpful. They informed us that they had only...More
This was the worst hotel I have ever stayed in - no hot water, no plug in the sink (so we went home as dirty as the hotel after 2 nights!), furniture crammed into a tiny room, no tea/coffee facilities, TV broken, and on a...More
The only and I mean the only good thing about this hotel is its location.
The shared facilities were out of order, we had paid extra for an 'en suite' if that is what you could call it.
The toilet was disgusting so much so...More
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