Cheap and cheerful basic hotel for if you just need somewhere to sleep. Had a triple room and have to say loved the bunk bed, although my friends and I knew each other very after using the shower that's IN the room. Would be helpful if a bathmat were provided because there's a gap at the bottom of the shower door where all the water comes out onto the floor of the room. Very clean and staff were very friendly (helpfully printed off a map to help us get to Brick Lane for somewhere to eat, but word of warning, if you don't like Indian food your choice of restaurant in the area will be VERY limited) although not very helpful when I was ill during the night, my friends asked for some cleaning materials and all they could provide were a couple of extra towels. Would have been nice to have some proper cleaning equipment so that the unfortunate soul that cleaned our room wouldn't be subjected to cleaning up after me. All in all though for £79 we had a clean, comfortable room, with free wifi, however no tea-making facilities which is quite a shame.
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- Home to 269 cosy bedrooms and two different room types to choose from, ibis Budget London Whitechapel is perfect for the budget-conscious traveller who needs no-frills accommodation without any crucial corners cut. Sleep in cocooned comfort, get set up for the day with a hearty, unlimited continental breakfast spread, and enjoy direct access to London's best treasures. And, with affordable room rates, you can save your pennies for exploring our great capital properly. ... more less
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