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Horrible. Not suitable and definitely not 4 star!
The hotel is a disgrace. It is billed as a 4 star on Booking.com but it does not even classify as a 2 star. We were given a Lower Ground Floor which meant a basement room next...More
It's tired, and the communal areas smell of cigarette smoke. But, the room was clean, the bed comfortable, the shower hot, and there were plenty of tea bags and biscuits. Good location and cheap for London.
Reminiscent of a school dormitory in a sad state of despair rather than a 4-star hotel. We were given a stuffy, dilapidated room at the basement, adjacent to the kitchen and were woken up at 6:30am every morning due to the clattering of cutlery and...More
We stayed here for two nights. Given a room in the basement (LG1) next to breakfast room. Apart from being given an old dirty sofa bed as a third bed, the room is stuffy, dirty, noisy and has a disgusting smell. Its disgusting. Embarassing.
We stayed here while in London to see Aladdin in Soho. Location was perfect, just a short stroll to old Compton street. Room was very spacious and clean with a super comfy bed. Staff were friendly and polite. Breakfast was average but served quickly. I...More
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
Response from Travelbirdstalk | Reviewed this property |
Yes if you use tube the best way is this .You can take Piccadilly line till Leciester Square station and than take Northern line to Goodge Street . Left and cross the street after 100 meter second right . It is on your... More
Yes if you use tube the best way is this .You can take Piccadilly line till Leciester Square station and than take Northern line to Goodge Street . Left and cross the street after 100 meter second right . It is on your right.
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"Quiet on the top floor but lots of steep steps as the dining room is in the basement."