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44% would recommend it to a friend
You get what you pay for...
What can I say.
I booked an en-suite single room, and when I got to it (6 flights of stairs, and very hot, even with the window open), and opened the door, I couldn't find the en-suite. It turned out the two cupboards were the en-site- one with a toilet in, and and one with a shower in. When sat on the toilet you could not close the door. The room stank of urine and when I got home my partner commented on the smell that had soaked into my clothes and hair, despite showering twice when there. The shower was a usual hotel nightmare- burning/freezing/burning. The bed sheets had suspicious stains on, there was litter in the bottom of the wardrobe and under the bed. The room itself was tiny, to open the toilet door you had to move the bedside table to open it fully. The staff did not want to get off the phone to let me check in. Breakfast was a waste of money. The hotel is located among a row of others, and it seemed that the guests felt it necessary to congregate in the middle of the street and sing loudly and drunkly all night. I have stayed in nicer hostels.
Great location with short walk to King's cross station but tiny room (seemed larger in photos) and had quite a foosty smell..
Breakfast was quite basic and the apple juice had gone off, but otherwise the staff seemed friendly.
get what you pay for
cant moan for the price, directly outside is a lovely park, spoilt by the local drunks which can be scary in the evening.
room was minimal but good value. food...well the least said the better. overall you get a decent nights sleep but not much more