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43% would recommend it to a friend
Perfect for business
I go to London fairly often for business but have to pay out of my own pocket.
This hotel is great for me. It's cheap, clean and the beds are pretty good.
Did what it said on the tin
Generally fine for a budget hotel.
Friendly staff. Rooms fine except that my son had a mouldy kettle in his room.
Overpriced barely hostel quality.
Overpriced and barely hostel quality accommodation.
Thin partition walls allowing the benefit of hearing every movement across the laminate flooring of adjacent rooms. Double bed wedged against the wall allowing me to bang my head against it when I turned over in the night. Uncomfortable bed with rough blankets and a bedspread - like something out of the 1970's. No uPVC windows so the room was drafty. On arrival I was given a key (yale type - hardly secure) to a room where the door was already ajar and the lock was broken so wouldn't stay shut let alone was lockable. The person on the desk informed me that '..you need to put the latch down...'. When I pointed out that the latch was in fact missing I was then given a key to the 'no room to swing a cat in' room. How was the first room even available for letting. Did the cleaner not notify of broken door locks thereby initiating a maintenance call. Unbelievable. Will never stay here again.
Cheap and easy to find
This hotel is 5 mins walk from Kings Cross, the breakfast was sufficient and the room acceptable.
The reception is manned 24/7 but once I and two other guests waited about ten mins for a receptionist to appear and as you have to hand in keys when leaving the building to go out that was annoying. But for 50 quid a night for a single en suite room I would stay again.
Dirty floor and walls, ripped bedsheets.
I wasn't expecting a 5* hotel for the price but atleast a clean room.
There were dirt marks smudged all across the walls, the floors were thick with dirt, the bathroom smelt damp and the bedsheets were dirty and ripped. The only good thing was location but that's it.
Last minute booking
Literally booked last minute because of change of concert date and location.
Hotel ideally placed for King's Cross (for station) and Kentish Town (for new concert venue). All staff were very friendly and helpful. On arrival room booking was changed to provide us with a bigger and better room (at no extra cost) which better suited our needs. Will definitely being staying here again. Highly recommended!
Worst hotel I have ever stayed in, dirty, faulty, noisy,uncomfortable, smelly, it was literally hell
I wouldn't send my dog there.
Was literally horrific . Worst night sleep ever
Suprised the hotel gets any guests. Should be shut down . Not worth £5 a night to stay let alone £70!
Could so easily have been Good value for money
Firstly the receptionist was pleasant had a good sense of humour even told us to buy our own gluten free bread which they would toast.
However small things like the bathroom smelling of wee, broken fixings mound in shower a single sheet on double bed outdated blankets on beds one bedside lamp for three beds and worn out flooring no obvious fire exits and pretty poor breakfast made us feel that at £145 we could have found much better value for money elsewhere.
Would definitely not return.
Great position , but little else.
We were offered a bigger room on the ground floor as we had a lot of luggage and our reserved one was on the 3rd floor ( no lift) ....we paid an additional £30 for this "quad" room ( there were 3 of us) .
The room was small . There were cobwebs on the ceiling and generally speaking the room appeared to only have been cleaned in a very cursory way. The ill fitting bed sheets did appear to be clean. The bathroom was functional at best ....it was very small and significantly "tired". The beds were very worn and not comfortable. We had to pay £2 per day to use the safe. The doors all appeared to be plywood of extremely poor quality. This was our first and last stay here.
Suited the bill for a one night stay in central London, wouldn't want to stay there any longer.