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-Bed in central London for 30 quid - hard to beat that
-Staff very friendly and helpful when they are there.
-Internet free and good
The above are the only reasons - I have upgraded from a 1
Mattress terrible (mens...More
Stayed here few times. At first it was ok but each time I returned it got worse. Our shower didn't work so I went to the one at the top floor. Which had a door that didn't shut and directly opposite was an open window...More
Clean place, very well located, 5 min walk to the Tube. Totally quiet neibourghood at night. Really kind and friendly people working there. Fast and good Internet (wifi). The only thing I would improve is breakfast, perhaps a little bit simple. Very advisable.
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I stayed one night last Saturday and wanted close enough to the tube station as I'm coming from Heathrow Airport as its convenient when using the underground station. The room I book is the male dorm 5 single beds with ensuite shower located on the...More
US$41 - US$177 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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