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I stayed here once the hotel had closed down whilst studying. I signed a 6 month contract but only ended up staying here for about 6 or 7 weeks, the experience was shocking! The room I was given was in the basement, it had a...More
Awful place, not a good thing to say about it. If you want a decent place to stay, then find somewhere else. Broken items in the room and dirty. Electricity intermittent so hence no hot water and no one on hand to deal with it....More
This sad little place with smelly bin bags piled up outside, a kebab joint next door adding to the nauseating aroma, pigeon excrement covering the yard outside and mouse droppings all over the room was the worst experience I've ever had at a hotel. The...More
the beds are amazingly comfortable, i have never had a better sleep, yes the rooms are not huge but if your just staying in a b&b for the night you don't need lots of empty space. the rooms are clean and the toilet and shower...More
We stayed at one six two near Greenwich in September 2013 after reading excellent reviews on trip advisor. it was utterly appalling, lights did not work when we returned late at night; the room was advertised as a large double, in fact it was a...More
Greenwich Mean Time starts here, so to speak, as the very concept of global time was established at Royal Observatory, just one of several buildings of architectural interest in Greenwich. Indeed, the whole of Greenwich's historic town center, its Royal Park and a number of related buildings (and one world famous ship, the Cutty Sark) make up the UNESCO World Heritage site known as Maritime Greenwich. Today a
laser beam is shot out across the night sky from the Observatory to mark the location of the Prime Meridian. Other bold (some say brash) 21st century additions to the area include landmarks such as The O2 entertainment complex (previously known as the Millennium Dome) and the Air Line cable cars, which offer scenic transport across the Thames between North Greenwich and the Royal Docks.