All in all London Bridge Hotel is a decent 4 star hotel.
First its major selling point:
- Its location is second to none if you need to be near the City/ the Shard/ etc.
Secondly, some descriptive remarks:
- The rooms are not big, but there is a bed, a bathroom, a dresser, a desk and a television so all the essentials are there.
- It's attached to a Fitness First (which I believe guests can use)
- There is a bar and a restaurant (although the latter is in the basement, or 'lower ground floor' as the Brits euphemistically call it). Breakfast was OK, if not particularly inspiring.
- As in a lot of hotels, the electricity only works if you put a key card in a special slot. At the LBH, however, there was a key already in the slot. A nice touch that I appreciated.
- Also nice was that the shower gel and the shampoo/conditioner (in one) was from the White Company.
There are a couple of things that I would change, however:
- Bed is FAR too soft. If I'd been staying longer I would have asked for a room with a bed with a firmer mattress.
- The room looked a bit shabby: one of the knobs was missing on the dresser, the closet felt old (and with those annoying hangers that are designed to prevent stealing).
- It was not possible to open a window.
- The key card kept demagnetising.
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