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Was in a handy location for Kings Cross . Room was on top floor so very hot but given a fan when requested. Had all that was needed in a small space Breakfast simple but as expected . Staff were happy to freeze our ice...More
The location of the hotel is convenient as it is 7 minutes walk from the Kings Cross Station.
The room is ok as i feel hot in the summer. This hotel has no air conditioned but given a fan.
The breakfast is simple with ham,...More
Hotel is very close to Kings Cross Station which is good for transport links. We arrived early in the morning and the reception staff let us leave our backpacks behind the desk. They were very friendly and helpful and were happy for us to return...More
The only great thing about this hotel was the location. The reception staff was friendly and quick. The corridor stank and the room was super hot so we had to sleep with the windows open. Also my skin felt itchy the morning before. The pillows...More
US$101 - US$188 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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