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Hotel is greatly located, few steps away from Kings Cross and St Pancras. Yet the neighbourhood is quiet and friendly, with a lots of places to eat. I was surprised to be woken up every day by chirping birds, rather than street noise.
Hotel in “French quarter” Single room 12a compact but comfortable although heating system noisey until gone midnight - was given ear plugs. Loverly communal drawing room complete with hotel cat. Continental breakfast did warm welcome from staff and proprietor who was engaging. Will return if...More
Clean and comfortable room, very quiet (being on the top floor), though armchair had seen better days. Check-in friendly and fast and when I checked out the receptionist made light of my having left the key in the room. Excellent cooked breakfast served by efficient...More
Location was good .Hotel room was adequate,clean and compact. Breakfast staff very attentive and breakfast good value for money. Receptionist extremely rude and aggressive in manner. After enquiring about taxis and time to travel to theatre and having a negative response we received a very...More
I picked the hotel on location and availability. I was alone and the room was just large enough to accommodate the double bed and an armchair by the TV. The shower room was very compact and the shower cubicle tiny. However I had a pleasant...More
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and
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Hi I think there is some confusion here. My review was on the Harlingford Hotel in London. From your question I'm assuming you are flying into Berlin which is in a different country. There is possibly a Harlingford Hotel... More
Hi I think there is some confusion here. My review was on the Harlingford Hotel in London. From your question I'm assuming you are flying into Berlin which is in a different country. There is possibly a Harlingford Hotel there but as it wasn't the hotel I reviewed I am unable to help with your question.