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This is a tricky one because the location is great but please ignore the photos on the website as they are not a true representation of the apartments. It was clean tidy and the staff were amazing. The first room they offered us was shocking....More
Room was nothing like in the pictures, bed very basic. no proper wardrobe, small hanging space. the neighbouring street is noisy with bin lorries visiting through the night to clear rubbish from the restaurants. also the doors in the block are very stiff meaning you...More
I booked the single apartment for 3 nights as I was travelling alone. Oh but it was tiny. There was no proper hanging space for my clothes or storage for my suitcase. So I was shuffling about the room. There wasn't a decently sized mirror....More
...a little disappointing...we had to climb two flights of steps ( no lifts) with heavy luggage. Not a good thing for seniors. This is really small and the bathroom was a bit worrisome to get in and out of the shower...if anyone is the slightest...More
I stayed here with my friend and two teenage daughters. We had a very comfortable stay and can complain about nothing. Area was fine and even though the closest underground station was closed for work the next one was only a short walk away. Room...More
The western front of the edgy East End, Shoreditch is a perennially trendy haven for anything “street” – be it art, food, or fashion. With its handful of well connected transportation links dotting its perimeter, along with an ever increasing variety of shops, hotels, bars, and restaurants, it's easy to explore this trend-conscious and youth-oriented neighbourhood. There's a lingering post-industrial grit about
Shoreditch, but because it shares a border with “The City” financial district, the influence from its upscale neighbour can result in fascinating outcomes.