I must say that after 5 visits to London staying in 4, 3 and 2 star hotels I was definitely expecting the worst but hoping for the best. This hotel was a really valueworth with small but cosy and clean rooms, comfortable beds even for a tall Scandinavian (190 cm). The bathroom was also tidy with tiles on both floor and walls. Breakfast was offered as "do it your self" in a well equipped kitchen with all basic ingredients needed available at the basement floor. Good idea! If someone wants to buy fresch croissant and champagne, thats found on the opposite of the street in Tesco. The Tube (Several lines) and the Railroad are within 200 mtrs. Traffic is of course disturbing if one is allergic to the noise during the night, so might be good to have earplugs even if they had double-glass windows!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A stay at the CityStay Hotel offers easy walking access to many local amenities i.e. Pubs, clubs, Parks, Shopping and easy access to airports and train links. On arrival at the CityStay Hotel you can start to enjoy the relaxed in our informal atmosphere. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- CityStay Hotel London, England