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An excellent visit to this busy pub . Frequented by locals as well as tourists, good pub food and beer. Efficient service . Fish and chips were good as was the Shrimp scampi . No smoking allowed inside but there are two outside patios, front-end...More
The only good thing about Clarendon140 minories was its proximity to my offices, located in Liverpool street and London bridge. My apartment (on third floor) had major issues with the boiler and water pressure in the bathroom, which couldnt be fixed throughout the duration of...More
Good area close to The Tower of London
Close to the underground , bus stopes and train station DLR Tower Hill
Close to Tesco supermarket
One bedroom ,open plan kitchen fully equiped ,baathroom
They were busy painting the building outside should be finished by August
15 Notable Issues with the Minories unit and building (especially note the last one):
1. unit has older, acoustically-transparent windows. It faces a busy commercial street with a bar, traffic, and periodic construction.
2. the bed is not very comfortable. Also, pillows are weak, comforter...More
I've stayed in 140 Minories for bit longer for business and have to say that they have really poor and ignorant customer service. Everything is fine till you need them to fix things - then troubles start. They promise to do things and conveniently forget...More
USD 174 - USD 212 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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City of London / East End / East London
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