When I booked via booking.com I looked at the pictures, did my research and looked on google maps street view. For the location I wasn't expect miracles for such a reasonable price. For the two of us in a double bed apartment it was £109 per night, something I didn't think of as bad for London - (alot cheaper than expected). Upon arrival we found out our appartment was next door in 102 Ebury St. Lucky as so many i'd read previously had said they were further away. We were in room 3, it was warm we'd been travelling via train, and via tube (which was the first time ever!) even those 3 little sets of stairs killed me trying to drag up the luggage. At first we were cool with the room but when your living in it past the first 24hrs you notice things. There was a lacking in plug sockets just an extension lead under the bed. We had the apartment so expected it to be larger it was slightly claustrophic at times and the kitchenette didn't even have bowls or a toast. We ended up eating our cereal out of the little cups that needed washing before not very good as the main colour on them was washing off. The fridge was appalling, it was set on 6, its highest and wasn't even slightly cold. Needless to say we threw the fruit pots and the milk went off really quickly. The bed was good, it was comfortable and the sheets were clean. We actually took our own towels though so used theres as a hand towel in the bathroom and a kitchen towel for the kitchenette for drying pots. The in room bathroom/ensuite was pretty terrible. It felt like being in a caravan (shower cubicles, toilet and little sink with no room for movement), clean but the shower changed from freezing to mega hot without a touch of the handle. The walls were extremely thin, what you would expect in a building of that age but not helpful when your in bed and there are families, children, or drunk couples outside your door. Usually very early or very late on, we even got to listen to a 45 min arguement in the next room from a couple who were most definantly drunk. My main concern were the locks, it seems a little loose and when people were banging doors ours would shake to the point where i'd panic it would fly open so we actually put our cases up against the doors to keep ourselves at ease.
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