London|0.28km from downtownThe location of the hotel is really good. It is on the Thames River, and No. 10 Downing Street is behind it. The safety is definitely not to be said, and the surrounding environment is also very outstanding. You can see the London Eye directly from the room you booked, but the hotel itself has a sense of age. The balcony is a bit depressing because the railing is too low and the windows cannot be fully opened. It’s really a pleasant surprise to have a hot water bottle in the hotel’s supporting facilities. There are matching slippers, shampoo and conditioner. Blue is shampoo and white is conditioner. Very old and cheap shampoo. Dry. No toothbrush or shower gel. A deposit of 60 pounds is required for check-in, and all expenses during the check-in process will be deducted from the deposit. I drank two bottles of water and ate a breakfast which cost 23 pounds. Breakfast should be 17 pounds. Breakfast is normal. You can try English breakfast. There are two stalls to communicate with the front desk during meal time (7:30 and 10:00). There are not many places to have breakfast in the surrounding area, and you have to walk a distance. There is no hall from the nearest pret. Eating is embarrassing. It’s actually very safe to walk around at night. It’s a good choice to go to see Buckingham Palace and Big Ben. Wake up the next morning and make an appointment in advance to see Van Gogh Monet in the National Gallery. The hotel is very close to the attractions in the city center. It is recommended to walk in Chinatown and Regent Street. The taxi is all one-way and it will be very slow.