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Two friends and I stayed here on the 14th April for one night. Although it was fairly cheap, we felt we paid well over what the room was worth. We were in the basement with a view of a scabby alleyway filled with cigarette butts...More
My daughter and I travelled to London to spend time with friends having treatment in Great Ormond Street. The Arriva Hotel was the best priced hotel in the area we wanted. We had a twin room on the third floor facing the road. Although there...More
The hotel was clean and in a great location, close to Kings Cross and Euston and it feels safe. But the shower was rubbish pressure and water sprayed everywhere. The breakfast was simple but there's hardly space to sit so we took ours to our...More
The location was really good but the room had a Cold War era dampness and depressive box like quality.
If you did manage to sleep in a room close to an A road and with no air con, you might be lucky enough to have...More
- close to Kings Cross for travel
- broken single-glazed window so you hear incredibly loud traffic and partying all night
- no air con and a radiator that stays on which means the room is always ridiculously hot
- very poor soundproofing...More
Owing to its proximity to Smithfield Market – the site of an ancient meat market which remains in operation today – Clerkenwell boasts a plethora of globally renowned restaurants, fabulous local eateries, and some of London's favorite pubs. This isn't merely a focal point for all things foodie though. Spend enough time wondering through the area's maze of streets and you might become accustomed to the litany of slinky
models passing between Clerkenwell's handful of fashion houses. Far outnumbering the models are craftspeople and designers, many of them are more than happy to welcome visitors into their studios and showrooms.