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I was in a tiny basement room that was accessed via the kitchen. The place was just a tatty house masquerading as a hotel. It was awful value for money, so just don't bother unless it is a last resort.
First the good stuff: the reception staff was unfailingly welcoming and helpful, the breakfast was hearty if not elegant, the bed was good, the water was hot, and the location close to Goodge Street and Russell Square tube stations plus shopping and eating options on...More
I was awoken at 1am by a loud squeaking, scratching and scrabbling. The unmistakeable sound of mice. Couldn't sleep after that. I informed the concierge in the morning; I suspect I wasn't the first person to have mentioned it.
Having read some atrocious reviews for this place I really think we might have been staying somewhere else! Whilstsome aspects of the accommodation were a bit basic, our room was more than adequate and clean in every sense and every place - definitely no bugs...More
Convenient location is probably the only conceivable positive. I get that you can only expect so much for your money in central London, but honestly this place is genuinely a health hazard. Our room was conspicuously dirty; the carpet was grimy and faded, and there...More
US$84 - US$174 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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 ChrisInBagillt | Reviewed this property |
I found the room a bit grubby. Many of the fittings were cracked / loose or broken but the sort of things that were poor maintenance rather than poor housekeeping. It isn't good value for a London stay, there are many as bad... More
I found the room a bit grubby. Many of the fittings were cracked / loose or broken but the sort of things that were poor maintenance rather than poor housekeeping. It isn't good value for a London stay, there are many as bad or better for less and many better for the same kind of rates. I didn't get charged twice but I pre booked through a travel site so no-one else got my payment details.
Response from eileenp66 | Reviewed this property |
I arrived yesterday with a disabled child and was offered a ground floor room immediately although there are three small steps outside I managed to get her in easily but there is a flight of stairs to breakfast
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"Just dont book this place there are no good rooms"