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Room quite good for budget hotel. Nice clean white bedding and towel. Room nice and warm. Bathroom absolutely horrible and let the whole stay down, thankfully there was sink in room. Service good.and friendly.
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This is ok if your only staying one night,and don't mi.d sluming it! location good, its 5 minutes walk from kingcross station, very noisey,but it is London! Shared bathrooms are disgusting, no hot water in the shower! There are tea/coffee making facilities but no cups...More
For a last minute stay close to the station all I wanted was a low cost, basic hotel.
On arrival I was disappointed at the state of the accommodation but was prepared to tolerate this. I wouldn't be coming back.
My stay was satisfactory, although...More
The budget hotel did what it said on the tin, it wasn't awful and for the price we paid served a purpose. That said, the room was dark and damp and the communal shower didn't work and the staff were unfriendly. I would have no...More
Well, what can i say...you get what you pay for! £39 for a double room in London seemed good....too good to be true. It was late and it was better than trecking round trying to find somewhere else, or sleeping on a bench!!
US$42 - US$502 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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