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The location is excellent, close to lots of food, tube station and buses.
My room was really clean, with a comfy bed and nice shower.
It is soooooooo quiet. I was amazed, as it is on a busy street.
Breakfast is pretty standard.
Stayed on a Friday night for a wedding on Saturday. The hotel was in a good place, walking distance from the tube and not far from where I needed to be. It was quite busy but the check in staff were very friendly and polite....More
Thank Libby D
Response from Craig P, General Manager at Holiday Inn Express London CityResponded 3 weeks ago
Thank you for your review and feedback. I am pleased you enjoyed your stay with us and all went well.
We look forward to welcoming you back again soon
I would not recommend this hotel. This hotel is located just 5 minutes walk from Old Street tube station on the Northern line. Great location, offers free breakfast (very basic) and comfortable bed. Hotel needs serious investments. Broken elevator, cold rooms, central air doesn’t work,...More
I had a room on the top floor and it was v clean, looked like new. Had everything I needed for a one night stay and the bed was comfy.
Reception was ok and my only gripe with the room was that the shower was...More
I’ve been staying here for many years. This time it was a Friday and Saturday night. We arrived early and our room was available which was a great help. We were on the 5th floor and had a room with a bay window at the...More
US$92 - US$269 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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