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Ignoring the wholly false and near-unlawful "official" advertisement on their website(s), this is a dire 'hotel' that needs urgent refurbishment and new management.
Reception staff were discourteous and unhelpful, and the rooms were small, dirty, unkempt and dated.
Upon further inspection, the main radiator was...More
This place is disgusting and I think they must rent rooms out by the hour. Avoid like a hole in the head. I wouldn't house a rat in this dump! See the attached photos of the delightful family room, they wanted us to stay in....More
The room is to small,bathroom also. You can't take a proper shower. The blanket is probably 50 years old,it looks horrible. The towels smelled bad. Carpet hasn't been hooverd in ages. The bathroom is full of mold. Security is questionable. Would not recommend . Breakfasts...More
The room (in Tudor Inn) was expectedly very small (difficulty walking around the bed!) but the location is good (near Victoria Station and lots of cafes etc) and room was clean and shower was new and good. The staff (over the road at Blair) were...More
Stayed here for one night on 9th October and I have can honestly say for a well travelled individual who travels frequently, I have never stayed in such horrific conditions since maybe a wrongly booked 1* hostel in Cambodia.
I'd booked a double room which...More
US$49 - US$126 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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