Good Location, but ask for a high floor. We were given room 111 and the poorly double glazed windows did not manage to keep the noise of people talking in the street out never mind the constant police, ambulance and fire engine sirenes. There was a distinct deep fat fryer smell to the room (too near the kitchens?)When we asked for a move after the first night the staff were happy to oblige and promptly moved us to 803. Rooms are small and basic. A bit mean with the tea and coffee and complimentary toiletries consist of a couple of small bars of soap.
Breakfast was a poor continental ( no cold meat,cheese, yoghurts etc.) or a reasonable English Bufffet.
I'm not saying that I wouldn't stay there again but I would have a good look at what else there was available before booking.More