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I booked this hotel because I thought the price was reasonable and the location good...those are the only positive things I can say about it. I checked in only to be told that my room was in a different building a few doors down. No...More
Despite an excellent location very near the British Museum and Russell Square, this place is a dump. No elevator. No breakfast. The shower and toilets are shared with other rooms - that I knew in advance. Yes, my friends and I were trying to save...More
Ideally located but bare down minimum comfort.
Friendly enough staff. Great for stag do weekend or groups going to London for a concert etc
Clean enough. If it's a hot day try and get a room on opposite side to the street as...More
My room, priced at a premium rate of £140, was in an unwelcoming, rather seedy annexe. Fake wood floor without any rug or bathmat. Cheapest possible curtains that were too short for the windows, one stained, and one hanging half off the rail. No wifi,...More
DO NOT STAY HERE. WASTE OF MONEY. UNHYGIENIC.
Sorry about the capital letters, but I really have to stop you from booking here. Smelly, dirty, unvacuumed carpet, Creaky springy beds and the wooden floor under the carpet..... and don't get me started on their bathroom....More
USD 69 - USD 161 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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
Oh, come on. It's simple lodging in a convenient and safe neighborhood. The owners are kind and helpful. It's shabby but clean, and you get what you pay for, nothing more nothing less. Who wants to spend a ton of money on a... More
Oh, come on. It's simple lodging in a convenient and safe neighborhood. The owners are kind and helpful. It's shabby but clean, and you get what you pay for, nothing more nothing less. Who wants to spend a ton of money on a fancy London hotel when there's so much to do and see and you just need a place to sleep?