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Booked 2 nights here and after seeing it on the website it looked really nice and at almost £200 a night we were expecting something a lot better than what we got. I booked a 1 bedroom Superior Suite and it should have been listed...More
Rough....we were so desperate for accomodation that we had to stay here overnight, otherwise, we would have asked for our money back... Bad decor, bad smell, bad everything..afraid to sleep in this place for fear someone would break in..cannot wait to leave and get home...worst...More
Smelled like raw sausage meat. Basic but fantastic location. Hyde Park entrance at the end of the road. Lots of traffic noise. Sensor light going on and off all night. Very noisy in morning with bins being emptied.
The very best thing I can say about the apartment is that it was reasonably priced and acceptably clean. Many windows didn't close properly, a number of lights didn't work, and there were unfinished floor board edges on stairs and popped up nails just inviting...More
what a shack! it was pretty dated and old. not to mention smelly.
for 50 pound a night what do you expect
at least it was warm and did the job for 4 nights
the walls are paper thin and you can hear everything!
USD 114 - USD 284 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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