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Reviews - Hotel Brick Lane

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13b, Brick Lane, 13 Brick Lane , London, E1 6PU
Brick Lane Hotel, London
Welcome to Brick Lane Hotel located on Brick Lane in the East End of London. Our hotel is ideal for both business guests and tourists visiting the sights and tourist attractions in and around London (Whitechapel Art Gallery, Spitalfields Market, Tower of London and London Eye).

Our hotel is within easy travelling distance to the city of London. Shoreditch Station, Liverpool St Station and Aldgate East Station are close by (approx. 10 minute walk or 2 minute car journey). View a map of our location in Brick Lane.

Bed & Breakfast Accommodation
Brick Lane Hotel offers comfortable, modern and affordable bed & breakfast accommodation in London with a choice of ensuite bedrooms - single, double, twin or triple rooms. Please view our photo gallery to see pictures of our accommodation.

Our hotel facilities include: 24 hour Reception, 24 hour Room Service, en-suite Bedrooms, TV's with Freeview, Air Conditioning and Wi-Fi internet.

Sheraz Indian Restaurant
Our superb Indian restaurant the 'Sheraz Restaurant' offers a choice of authentic Indian, Bengali and Bangladeshi curries using fresh ingredients bought from local Brick Lane groceries.

Brick Lane
The Brick Lane area is famous for its many curry houses and historic Sunday market, and at the Brick Lane Hotel we have our very own piece of London history as our building has a link to Jack The Ripper.
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Guest Reviews Based on 57 reviews
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73% recommended this accommodation to a friend 75% would stay again
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Not bad for a stopover
The hotel was a bit difficult to find as the map via laterooms misplaced the hotel, and because it's upstairs from a restaurant and not too obviously signed. The staff were friendly, the room was fairly basic but fine, and the location is excellent, with plenty of interesting shops and eateries near to hand. The bed was placed at 90 degrees to the telly, making it impossible to watch TV without neck strain or - and this was my option - relocating the bed to a more sensible position (just about possible given the size of the room). Reasonable small en-suite. No frills, no extras.
Some renovation work was going on in the restaurant downstairs, meaning that the internet connection was disrupted and weak, but this is presumably a temporary phenomenon. Staff seemed to be gathering in the restaurant space in the evening in a social capacity, and this meant quite a lot of loud conversational noise up to and a little beyond midnight - not ideal for me.
This was an unspectacular hotel stay - certainly not terrible, definitely not deeply impressive. For a one-night stopover it was fine, but I wouldn't want to spend longer.

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M Frost

From Weymouth, UK
Who stayed in October 2014

Travelling alone

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Hidden gem
I wanted a competitively priced hotel near the city. This is a little gem, the staff were really friendly and the room although cosy was big enough, well appointed with a good hot shower! Only down side no drinking water in the room.

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Toni C

From UK
Who stayed in October 2014

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my 11days stay
Depending on why you traveled the hotel was closet to my business and the staff were very responsive to my enquires. Area was safe.

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Gift Aisien

From CALABAR, Nigeria
Who stayed in September 2014

Travelling alone

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Very kind manager and great location of the hotel. A bit noisy, but hey it's London! Great hospitality at this hotel.

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Linda M

From Amsterdam, Netherlands
Who stayed in September 2014

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lee Thomson

From Leeds, UK
Who stayed in August 2014

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Hotel Brick Lane
Apart from having to wait outside for 20 mins as no one was at reception to buzz me in to check in, the hotel was okay. The room was clean and well kept. Great shower! The walls were a bit thin but didn't bother me too much.

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A Brown

From Manchester, UK
Who stayed in August 2014

Travelling alone

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Decent bed, TV, nice shower. No complementary toiletries, no hair dryer, no kettle.
Overall my stay was good. The room was clean, the shower was good. We were provided with bottled water and glasses, but no tea and coffee. There was no hair dryer which I had been counting on, perhaps just my own assumption?
The website notes that the cite is of special interest concerning Jack the Ripper - the alley right below our window was a stop for guided tours and we did hear some shouting from the tour guides (acting). This didn't disturb us and we thought it quite fun, but it could have woken early-to-bed visitors.

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R Ingram

From UK
Who stayed in July 2014

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Nice room
Really nice room, clean and freshly decorated. Friendly service.

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Helen A

From UK
Who stayed in July 2014

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Hidden gem
Freindly hotel staff, nice room, newly decorated and spacious, great price for London central, great location.
Cash only, lack of towels, no tea/coffee, no eating facilities at time (restaurant under refurb), tiny bathroom (but suffcient for shower only). Will return.

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Simon J

From Grantham, UK
Who stayed in July 2014

Travelling alone

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Good budget value
I needed a room at short notice to meet up with some friends in London. Brick Lane Hotel provided the ideal base for a very reasonable price. Room was clean and more than sufficient for one overnight stay. Service was excellent with staff very friendly.

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Phil F

From UK
Who stayed in June 2014

Travelling alone

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