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I used to stay here when it was owned by a Singapore based group, now owned by a Malaysian institution. Wonderful value and if you like Malaysian cuisine, it's unique. The cafe offers Malaysian comfort food which is absolutely fantastic and, like the hotel, excellent...More
I have read most of the reviews posted and feel this hotel is being given a bad rap. For London accomodation this was an adequate room. Our family is 2 adults and 2 children aged 10 and 12.
Let me firstly say, I was expecting...More
Has everything you need , gold out beds are not so good but ok for 1 night. Was a little noisy but overall staff were polite and apartment had everything you need! Great for a one night group party it's a good place to stay...More
I booked this accommodation to house 5 of us on a weekends visit to London. The apartment was exceptionally clean, great shower, speedy check in & a brilliant luggage storage area should you need to use it during the day.
The downfall: the walls are...More
Booked by phone and it was quite difficult to understand reservation person.
However had email confirmation so all fine.
We were a couple and 2 teenagers and 2 younger children.
Had the 2 bed sleeps 6 apartment.
Check in was very efficient helpful and friendly....More
USD 155 - USD 416 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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