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Space should be not expected.
Rooms to backyard are quiet. For one or two nights acceptable, not more. Clean. International staff, means particularly broken English. Support to deposit baggage after checkout.
Claustrophobic "room" more like a closet, a window with a view - no not a view - a wall.
Butts from smoking marijuana just outside the window.
Aircondition - not working.
Expensive! Not worth even half of the money!
PS. Breakfast not included in the...More
I made a reservation in this hotel via booking. com (Booking number 1828776935) on free cancellation basis. I cancelled that booking within the free cancellation period but i discovered that cromwell hotel has charged my visa card with GBP -117.98 dated 19th of July by...More
I've never seen such a tiny single room, up three flights of stairs and down one with access to the lift often difficult. When I arrived, my key card didn't work so I phoned down and they asked me to come to reception which I...More
Shabby room curtains and nets were dirty. The bed was uncomfortable. We paid for a superior room which was more like a single with a double bed in it. Breakfast was a sham. We were given the wrong breakfast . Burnt toast which we complained...More
US$64 - US$170 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We stayed in a very clean well decorated, not bad size for the money, room. It smelt clean and was quite. The bathroom was clean enough to eat your food off of. The shower was a perfect temperature, and the toilet modern and... More
We stayed in a very clean well decorated, not bad size for the money, room. It smelt clean and was quite. The bathroom was clean enough to eat your food off of. The shower was a perfect temperature, and the toilet modern and clean. Not a sign of the past occupants could be found, if you get my drift.
I can only report what we found. It was room 5, so if you are a couple, like twin beds and can climb 5 stairs this is the room for you. Go for it.
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"Don't book a room that faces Cromwell Road, far too noisy."