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We booked this as it is close to St. Pancras and we had an early train to catch.
It is basic, with not a lot of room however it is very clean and the shower was excellent with piping hot water.
If all you need...More
I stayed for 17 days. The staff were very nice and it was nice to see the same faces. Because it is just steps from st pancras/kings cross it’s the most convenient place I have stayed in London. There are a number of subway lines,...More
Well what will I say. Don't stay at this hotel. Room 2 is far to small for two people. No where to open cases or even pass each other in the room. The bed takes up the whole room and it is only a double....More
I stayed overnight here on a business trip to London as I wanted a hotel close to Kings Cross/St Pancras which it is . I was given a large single room with 3 beds climbing up a steep staircase. The bath is very small and...More
We booked this hotel because of it's location very close to St Pancras (Eurostar) station (5 minutes walk,watch out for idiots with their attention on their smart phones,even when they're crossing the road).
We notified the hotel as requested to confirm our arrival time,when we...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
Hi.I only stayed for one night,I didn't wash my hair so I did not notice a hairdryer,but I looked at the paperwork for my booking of a superior room and a hairdryer is listed as being in the room,then again it also lists a... More
Hi.I only stayed for one night,I didn't wash my hair so I did not notice a hairdryer,but I looked at the paperwork for my booking of a superior room and a hairdryer is listed as being in the room,then again it also lists a wake up call as being available,I booked one,in the event I did not get one,luckily I had also set my mobile phone alarm as well,so as you can see it's a case of maybe.Sorry I cannot be more positive.