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Great public rooms, helpful staff and excellent breakfast. My only complaint is that the room was tiny (a consistent problem with many London hotels). But I would definitely stay there again because is is well located and very friendly. They were also generous about checkout time, which allowed me ...
Booked this hotel based on other reviews and location, as it is literally opposite the Natural History Museum and a short walk from the Royal Albert Hall, where I had an event that evening. There are some nice restaurants and bakeries a few minutes walk away. The room was small and in need of a little ...
We felt the room was very good value for London and full of gorgeous style and character. Pillow menu was given out but didn't actually appear to be available. Room small. Tea and coffee in room very basic and not refreshed each day. Bed ok. Scaffolding outside our room with no comment or apology, ...
Arrived late at what was a charming reception. Hotel is well decorated with updated amenities. My single room was a bit small but very comfortable for the night--quiet at rear of hotel. Bathroom was very modern and clean Would stay again if on offer.
My son and I enjoyed our time here. The Room was clean, neat and enough space for both of us since we were out all the time. I wish the Wi-Fi was working better. We were on the 5th floor so not sure if this has anything to do with it but I would assume they should cover all the rooms. We will come ...
You can't beat the location if your prime destination is the plethora of museums and the staff are really helpful, attentive, and just plain great. The hotel is aging a bit and on the path of becoming shabby, but who is in London to stay in their hotel?
We were only there for 2 nights in transit but found the hotel to be in a great location, clean and offering welcoming common space. Right next to tube station and within walking distance of many great places.
Ok apart from noisy children directly above running around at 05.30 every morning despite requesting that reception ask them to be quiet.
It seems you can’t toss a stone in London without hitting a historic building or plaza. From prehistory straight on down to the modern era, a trip to Old Smoke is a journey into the region’s remarkable past.
While the Romans have the honour of the first recorded settlement in the area, it’s now believed that London was previously occupied by Bronze Age peoples.
You can learn about those early inhabitants—and many more who came after them—at the Museum of London. Coincidentally, this building is located on London Wall, named for the actual wall that surrounded the city during the Roman era. For a slightly different type of history, make your way to the Tower of London, a fortress on the north bank of the River Thames. It’s perhaps best known for its use as a prison during the 16th and 17th centuries, though a tour of the castle also shows off the Crown Jewels and the peaceful Chapel of St. Peter ad Vincula.
To round out a day (or more) in the city, stop by St. Dunstan-in-the-East, between the Tower of London and London Bridge. The church, which was first constructed in 1100, was rebuilt in the early 1800s and then severely damaged during the Blitzkrieg. Rather than rebuild again, the city turned it into a public garden. Grass, trees, and plants now grow around the ruins, providing a peaceful location where nature and faith intertwine.
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