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Don't ever book this hotel. After witnessing a fight with the most obscene language and threatening behavior between a guest and the person on reception. We we told go down the road to our room. Our room was hot and so small it was not...More
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Arrived at 10am (check-in was 2pm) so asked if we could leave our case while we explored London for the day. Told to go to breakfast room on ground floor which was basically a room with tables, an ironing board and a...More
Basement room with bars at the window, towels fit for a dogs home, stained and worn, furnishings fit for the skip. Drops of urine on the toilet seat, and dirty walls.
Only on check out did I dare to remove the bed linen, pillows sweat...More
There were four in our group. Two couples. Our friend arranged for this hotel. I try to check reviews first before booking. We arrived at the hotel to a man behind the counter who never greeted us. He just as soon spit on us. We...More
Our room was in the annex which is a separate building a short walk down the road. There is no reception in this block. There was a TV but no remote control. No duvet, just a sheet. No teabags. Got up hoping to have a...More
US$69 - US$187 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Absolutely not. You can't park your car in the entire street or neighborhood. It's all for residents only. We had a car and had to drive 5 minutes to the Ibis Hotel, then walk back 15 minutes to this place, twice a day. If... More
Absolutely not. You can't park your car in the entire street or neighborhood. It's all for residents only. We had a car and had to drive 5 minutes to the Ibis Hotel, then walk back 15 minutes to this place, twice a day. If you have a car, stay at the Ibis Hotel. It costs only a little more, but is worth it!
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"didnt have a choice of rooms - but didnt ask either"