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We had a very pleasant 1 night stay at this brand new little hotel in a very convenient location, very close to Chalk Farm tube station.
The standard room was small but very well furnished with a fantastic bed and great shower!
Only downside was...More
Rooms were very small. Old elevator. Tight squeeze getting in. The location is good for the Tube stop though. It was a good price so you get what you pay for. Good for just a solo traveler trying to get a cheap night's rest.
Reviewed 5 July 2016
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We stayed here on our way to Paris for 1 night. The room was very small yet nice and clean and had a nice size bathtub which was nice. The staff were super friendly and helped us get a cab. The place is nice, close...More
Not a Bad place. The rooms are small - but comfortable.
The service is ok - staff are friendly.
Restaurant is also ok.
The rooms at the front of the hotel get a lot of noise from the street. There are some rooms at the...More
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