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I stayed there from oct 13 to oct 17 (2010) with my friend. We got to the hotel and went to check in, we got kind of surpised because we had to give creditcard information if änyhting went missing in the room. We had paid...More
We were speechless when we saw our room, having never seen anything so tiny and cramped. Practically had to have one person wait in the (tiny) bathroom if the other wanted to open a suitcase, which we had to store under the bed as there...More
I could stand in the middle of the room, stretch out my arms and touch both walls - ROOM WAS TINY! But it wasn't bad at all.
The location was the best thing about this hotel After a long day sightseeing we'd get off the...More
Booked a triple room. Must admit that the room was really small that 3 of us had to squeeze past one another. Breakfast was okay if you don't mind eating the same food everyday. Overall, it was acceptable for a budget hotel. Rooms are clean...More
We stayed here twice on our trip and the room on the first stay was the smallest room I have ever seen in a hotel. Whilst you have to expect this sort of thing in London this one was tiny!!!
The worst thing though was...More
US$65 - US$173 (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!