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      Best hotels near British Museum, Camden

      2.9/5102 Reviews
      0.94km from British Museum
      I stayed for a month at the Strand Continental and really enjoyed my stay. The six-bed dorm was spacious and I actually had a single bed which was a delight for a dorm. The continental breakfast each morning is something to look forward to and is a lovely touch considering the budget price for the accomodation. The communal areas are very relaxing! Great place to read/write or meet people. The staff are very friendly and approachable, and had nice conversations with all. I would recommend given the budget and the location - very close to St. James Park & other attractions! It's a nice taste of India in modern day London!!☘️😄
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      4.6/5Outstanding108 Reviews
      0.91km from British Museum
      The white front desk eldest brother was especially wary of us, forcing a deposit of 200 pounds, and it was cash, which was more expensive than the room fee. The style of the hotel is very modern, but also gives a cold feeling. The wife does not like it, it is not warm.
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      3.9/542 Reviews
      1.24km from British Museum
      Great location we walked back from Covent Garden in 10mins along The Strand so felt fine doing it at night. Clean, quiet and comfortable. The rooms are compact but thoughtfully designed and perfect for a few days- no wardrobe but space to store luggage under bed and a few hangers on wall. Kettle, sky tv, air con. Amazing price and would be double for the one in Covent Garden 5mins away.
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      4.7/5Outstanding100 Reviews
      0.88km from British Museum
      This place is worth every penny….. Location 10/10 Food 10/10 Decor and cleanliness 10/10 Staff 10/10 We stayed here for 1 night in August. Everything was impeccable, I couldn’t even find something to score them down on. The staff were all fantastic, a couple were outstanding at service but I didn’t get their names. I had several personal touches as it was my birthday on the day we arrived. Food was incredible and Indigo restaurant is accredited by Coeliac UK which was a bonus as I have Coeliacs. The tasting menu with Wine pairing is highly recommended as is the gluten free fish & chips! 10/10 will go back as soon as I can.
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      3.9/5115 Reviews
      0.83km from British Museum
      As an established hotel, the location is absolutely very good. The overall service was good, praise the restaurant and concierge, the front desk was a bit disappointed. Maybe we arrived early and the experienced front desk wasn't working yet. The room wasn't packed, we spent the night flying and wanted to take a bath and change clothes. The front desk let us go to the fitness center. The key is that when we move the luggage to the fitness center via the stairs (because there is no elevator to take the first floor), the fitness center has not yet opened the door! !! !! I roll my eyes ... the breakfast buffet is rich and the restaurant is beautiful. Another regret is the exterior wall decoration of the hotel, which was originally fancy for this historic building, and was a little disappointed. This hotel should also be informed in advance.
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      4.6/5Outstanding101 Reviews
      1.37km from British Museum
      We tried this hotel as a change from our normal one due to its location. The hotel is modern and stylish. Our room a king size suite was very nice. The evening meal was very good and priced reasonable for the area. Overall a great choice.
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      4.6/5Outstanding75 Reviews
      0.7km from British Museum
      The Lincoln Suites is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Lincoln Suites is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of City of Westminster. With London Waterloo East just 2km away and London City Airport only 12km away, transportation is very convenient. Transportation around the city is also convenient, with Holborn Metro Station within walking distance. There's plenty to do nearby, with Beautiful the Carole King Musical, United Grand Lodge of England and Peacock Theatre all within a short distance. After a long day of sightseeing, guests can retire to the comfort of the hotel. When it comes to City of Westminster hotels, the The Lincoln Suites is highly regarded for its excellent facilities.
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      4.8/5Outstanding103 Reviews
      0.95km from British Museum
      It's very good. Luxury but not particularly luxurious and extravagant, not bad. Britain's oldest luxury hotel. There are many groundbreaking facilities and services. For example, the first elevator, the separate restroom - the former hotel was a public restroom, and even earlier it was a shop, a bunch of people sleeping together. Not only have innovations in these hardware and software, Savoy has changed some of the social laws that should be. The first big manager was Caesar · Liz, the founder of the Ritz Hotel in Paris, Caesar · Liz felt that the UK was a bit conservative after working at the Savoy Hotel for 9 years, so I went back to Paris to create a beautiful Hotel. What is amazing is that there are many Chinese elements here, especially the restaurants. The wallpapers are Chinese patterns, and many Chinese related paintings are hung on the walls. The gift shop also hangs a portrait of Qianlong. Many hotel breakfasts in the UK are not buffet meals, and Savoy is not a buffet. But the breakfast tastes good~ I ordered something in the restaurant at night, two cups for two people, and a small cake and a stack of mixed nuts, only 11 pounds~ cheaper than the top hotels in China~ Because my book was published just a few years ago, the title of the book ”Take the leaves to pick flowers”, brought a copy to the UK. Welcome everyone to buy (Jingdong and Dangdang), definitely worth reading ~ together poetry and distant ~ Https://item.jd.com/12475277.html Http://product.dangdang.com/26437243.html Item.jd.com/12475277.html Product.dangdang.com/26437243.html
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      4.4/5Excellent121 Reviews
      0.9km from British Museum
      I stayed for 6 nights and I LOVE my room, it is small, yes, but very cozy and clean. It's the perfect nap room with the sun coming thru the window. yes it HAS a window. Great location, most attractions are within a mile. Very close to bus stop and tube station. Great front desk staffs, great door man, he always open the door for me. No line for check in, no line for breakfast, I usually go before 9am, or after 10am. The only thing is sound proof isn't the best, I can hear my neighbor talking and some music from the street, but I use ear plugs so I was fine. I would stay here again if i visit London, in fact, this hotel is my favorite part of LONDON.
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      3.9/576 Reviews
      0.66km from British Museum
      We stayed at this hotel 13-15th September 2022 as a theatre visit treat. The hotel is excellent for theatre land. It is a stone's throw from the Aldwych (Tina) and convenient for lots of other theatres too. The hotel is modern as I believe it has only recently reopened up. The staff are very helpful and the roof top terrace is lovely for a nice drink either before or after the theatre. We had asked for an accessible room and the room was big. The bathroom was huge so as to accommodate a wheelchair user. However we did come across some teething problems which could easily be sorted out. 1. No bedside tables or shelf. Glasses etc had to be left on the floor by the bed 2. No shelves in the wardrobe. The only shelf in the wardrobe was about 7' high (not good for a wheelchair user) Only two tiny drawers in the wardrobe too 3. Really Tiny hand basin in ensuite - about the size of a toothbrush all round. 4. Bathroom totally flooded while showering. My husband reported it to reception who apologised and assured us it would be cleaned within the next hour. However on our return to the hotel after the theatre we discovered the floor was still soaking wet and still covered with our wet towels we had used to mop up the water. Apologies again from reception who said they would report it and offered us a complimentary breakfast the following morning which was excellent. 5. The vanity pack in the bathroom contained 1 cotton bud. Obviously it had already been opened by the previous occupant but not replaced by housekeeping 6. We had to ask for more tea/coffee/milk in the room as it hadn't been replenished when cleaning the room 7. There was no mirror in the bedroom to use when using hair dryer to dry hair. The flex on the hairdryer was really tight so had to sit on the bed by the headboard where the plug sockets were to try and dry hair.
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      0/50 Reviews
      1.39km from British Museum
      The Crane Court by City2Stay is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Crane Court by City2Stay is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of City of London. The hotel is conveniently located just 900m from London Blackfriars Station and 14km from London City Airport. The closest major public transportation, Blackfriars Metro Station, is only 600m away. With St Bride's, Fleet Street and Dr Johnson's House all within a short distance, there is no shortage of things to do in the area. At the end of a busy day, travelers can unwind and relax in the hotel or go out and enjoy the city.
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      4.3/5Excellent26 Reviews
      1.32km from British Museum
      My husband and I stayed here for about 1 month. The location is great, as it is in Zone 1 and many monuments are really just a few tube stops or bus stops away. With the washer/dryer combo, the dishwasher, oven/microwave combo and all the kitchen things you need to cook, along with the cleaning services that is typically provided in a hotel (weekly cleaning), it really felt like a home-away-from-home experience but without all the work. George is the on-site staff member, and he gave us his cellphone so we could text him if ever we needed anything like fresh towels for example if we needed that outside of that weekly cleaning. He is very friendly and really takes it to heart for his customers to feel at-home, so zipping him a quick text never felt like I was bothering him. We would definetly stay here again
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      Reviews of Hotels near British Museum in Camden

      4.6/5102 Reviews
      Bloomsbury
      My boyfriend booked this hotel and he made the right choice.Although afternoon check in by young man was lukewarm without giving us any information about breakfast, resulting us to ask later in the evening, we eventually got our questions answered. Monika gave us all information about hotel that we needed. Since we wanted to see more of London, she gave us a map, showed places we wanted to go to and also explained how to get there by tube or busses. She really did a fantastic job because for us tourists, London can feel chaotic and we needed someone like her to explain how to go about things. Thanks to her, we felt welcomed and cared for. She took time to answer all our questions about restaurants in Brick Lane, Camden market, museums and shows. Her information service made it easier for us to get around and made this trip memorable. Room was functional, although small, but it serve its purpose because after being out all day, all we needed was shower and clean sheets.
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      4.2/5112 Reviews
      King's Cross St. Pancras
      The room is a bit small, others are good, the bathroom has heating, the shower room has no place for shower gel shampoo, which is a bit inconvenient. I brought my own toiletries and had no place to put it. It was extremely inconvenient to wash my hair while squatting. The bedding was okay and I slept well. The location is good, you can see the hotel out of the train station. Provides a lot of convenience for the next day trip! recommend!
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      3.5/5105 Reviews
      King's Cross St. Pancras
      We stayed in the apartment for four days and there was a kitchen to cook, the room was very large, two rooms and one hall! great!
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      2.8/5109 Reviews
      King's Cross St. Pancras
      The guy on reception was very pleasant. The price was good, got this on a late availability so cannot complain about the price. However, if I had been paying full price I would not have been very happy. I checked in and went to the single room I had booked, the room had not been serviced from the last occupant, bed unmade, not changed, room not cleaned etc. I went back to reception, the guy on reception had a look at the room and said housekeeping must have forgot to clean the room. I was then given a double ensuite room. The room I was given, Room 2, was down on the lower floor/basement, the bed was awful, I could feel the springs in the mattress. Shower was hot but it was a curtain affair which meant that the floor of the ensuite got very wet when I showered. I think there was an electrical problem with the hairdryer, it was ineffective and kept cutting out. On the plus side, the floor in the bedroom was wood and was clean.
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      3.8/5100 Reviews
      King's Cross St. Pancras
      Fantastic friendly hotel in a brilliant location. Spotlessly clean and helpful lovely staff. Everyone working here is so accommodating from letting us leave our bags before and after check to showing us exactly where to go and giving us maps. For central London this is a great find at a great price and I'd definitely recommend it.
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      4.1/5109 Reviews
      Bloomsbury
      The hotel should be older and the service is good. The New Year's Eve price in this part of London is very good. The room is much larger than expected and the elevator is interesting (but a bit inconvenient)
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      3.9/5102 Reviews
      On the whole I found The Bryson hotel to be very welcoming and served its purpose well. When we arrived it became clear that Booking.com had not sent all of our details over to the hotel. The reception team was quick to accommodate and update our details. We did need to come back down for an additional room key as only one person was listed as staying and there were two of us but not a major issue and not on the hand of the hotel. The entrance area was nice. Well cared for and easily navigated for anyone with accessibility needs. The lift is a good size for suitcases and people and quick to arrive, smooth operation. No jittery take of. I was a little disappointed on arrival to find that we had construction immediately outside the hotel. In fact on entering our room it was immediately outside our window. As we had intended this to be a relaxing holiday with long restful sleeps it had its inconveniences. While the workmen seemed to only start work later in the morning and shut down in the afternoon. We were still awoken several times by the loud digging noises. It would be preferable to have had the hotel let us know in advance and possibly offered another room. Instead we switched to ear plugs as moving rooms at that stage would be a minor upheaval after we had unpacked. The room itself was clean and well maintained for the most part. It had quite a lot of scuffs and stains, could definitely use a little TLC from management but from a housekeeping perspective it was perfect. The room itself was a little small but that is to be expected in such a central location. For the price I would have expected a little more space. I had called in advance asking if an iron and origin board would be in the room which when I arrived I found it was not. We also due to the issue of only one guest being booked had only one set of towels. We asked and both were brought for us without issue. It was noted that they would need to check if an ironing board is available. Which implies to me an issue with purchasing. One a little more widespread than the one in our room being damaged, one wider within the hotel itself. The electrics could be a bit confusing with an automated light over the door, a great idea for when you first enter the room, it would turn off unexpectedly too leaving the room in darkness if you hadn’t worked out the order of operations. The switch by the bedside turning on both a lamp and a hanging bulb at the same time that are right next to each other seemed odd and wasteful. Made it very hard to just have a balanced light across the room at night. There was also an extractor fan in the bathroom which the switch for was above the door, very awkward for most people to reach. The desk would have been suitable to work at, though the lamp on it was turned off and I had to crawl under the desk to turn it on at the switch. The TV above the desk however was mostly useless. Too far and not central to be watched comfortably from the bed and too close to b
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      4.6/5101 Reviews
      Stayed here for a week in mid-September. Our room was clean, the bathroom was updated and the service was awesome. It is located in Central London walking distance to everything! Very close to FarandonTube Station which connects you to all of London. There is an old-time/Thai restaurant downstairs which is awesome. We also found an outdoor food market within several hundred yards of this little gem. Management went out of their way to accommodate us with a bed for our son who had to stay with us for a night prior to his room at University being ready. Will stay here again. We were here for 8 nights and each night was special.
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      4.4/5102 Reviews
      Bloomsbury
      Another fantastic stay at The Hoxton Holborn. Staff are fantastic, as always. Special mention to Deborah who checked us in. Michele who supplied us with delicious cocktails. Martina, Yassin, Claudiu in the restaurant. Amazing new menu, thanks to the chef James! Looking forward to staying again very soon!
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      4.3/566 Reviews
      King's Cross St. Pancras
      We enjoyed our stay at Pullman. We love the breakfast, just the bacon is too salty. Hotel location is good, near King’s Cross station and Euston station, outside also have bus to go British Musuem and Victoria coach station. Very near to British library. Can easily find M&S nearby. This hotel don’t provide toothbrush and they only gave us one toothbrush when we requested but we have two persons. Overall is good. I will recommend to my friend.
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      4.3/5108 Reviews
      King's Cross St. Pancras
      It ’s a style I like very much. The front desk is a bit small, hahaha, but the problem is not big, and then it feels safer, especially at 10 or 11 in the evening? I will close the door and swipe the card to enter.
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      3.4/580 Reviews
      King's Cross St. Pancras
      The location is safe and convenient. The Green Travel is behind the subway station. The transportation is convenient. In the downtown area, the surrounding environment is very good. It is a few hundred meters away from the British Library and Museum. You can also walk to the central area...
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      4.5/5111 Reviews
      Bloomsbury
      If you know their boss, you can suggest: make a bubble bath by the swimming pool, welcome to Shenyang, China to inspect! I think the room price is too high, and just happened to be renovated outside the window, I didn't see the beautiful scenery. When I left, I took away the small soap of the hotel, which is not too much.
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      4.4/539 Reviews
      King's Cross St. Pancras
      The location is good, just a few minutes from the kings cross, but the front desk of the hotel is outside, it is easy to find, and there are signs at the door. Very clean and tidy, and the surroundings are quiet.
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      3.9/5446 Reviews
      Bloomsbury
      We stayed at this hotel on the recommendation of a family member and we were very pleased. It is located in a quiet area but quite close to everything, about 15-20 minutes walk from both Camden and Picadilly, and it has several metro and train stations nearby. Very easy check-in and check-out, and they helped us find the room. The hotel is clean, although it shows that it is a few years old, it is well maintained. The pillows in my case seemed a bit uncomfortable. Of course, you can hear everything, it seems that those in the rooms next door or those who pass through the corridor are in your room. If you have some rowdy neighbors, they will bother you for sure. Otherwise very happy, we have been satisfied and we highly recommend the accommodation. If we return to London, we will surely repeat.
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      3.8/5123 Reviews
      King's Cross St. Pancras
      The Renaissance St Pancras Hotel is so magnificent, with a unique and chic architectural style, and magnificent! Tall enjoyment. The hotel service is good, the rooms are large and clean, and there are not many varieties for breakfast. The hotel opened a new restaurant, Gilbert Scott, and had a dinner here. Chef Marcus Wareing was once the Queen ’s Royal Chef. It was very delicious, arguably the best meal in Britain. Will stay at this hotel next time I go to London.
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      3.7/5102 Reviews
      King's Cross St. Pancras
      We stayed here near the station to go to Paris in the morning Eurostar. Although it was near the station, I was a little lost because I didn't know the street of the hotel. I also looked for a restaurant where I could have dinner with my children after check-in. The hotel check-in time was 22:00 and the time was 5pm. It is a compact hotel that has everything you need and would like to use it again next time.
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      2.9/5135 Reviews
      Bloomsbury
      The location is excellent, next to the British Museum, nearby the subway station, UCL, not far from many business districts such as Chinatown, very good value for money, the price is really right when I booked the day before check-in. This time the room is arranged on the 3rd floor. Although the hotel room is quaint, it is better than elegant. The facilities may be older but have everything that should be available. The price is already very good. The most commendable thing is that the bathroom has a baffle. When taking a bath, the water does not need to splash on the ground. Many hotels I stayed in before did not have a baffle. The water splashed on the ground and almost slipped. During the epidemic, the supplies of toiletries were abundant, and they were neatly placed on the stage. There is a very chic little garden downstairs in the hotel, where you can swing and relax. The hotel’s elevator is also very interesting, a bit of an Internet celebrity feel. Free Wi-Fi is provided, and free storage is also provided. The attitude of the waiters is very good. In general, the price is super high, and I will stay again next time. PS: The hotel does not have air-conditioning. It is not recommended to stay in the summer. It will be hot. It is best to choose from September to May.
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      4.1/5102 Reviews
      Bloomsbury
      Lovely small hotel. Excellent location for Covent Garden and theatres. Lovely room. Clean. Nice en suite. Excellent TV with multiple channels. Free WI FI. Breakfast included. Good value for money. No bar but adjacent street has good array of cafes and excellent pub. Much nicer and better value than other nearby larger hotels we have stayed at. Highly recommend.
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      4.4/550 Reviews
      King's Cross St. Pancras
      Amazing business run by great people. Location is right next to the metro, so you have easy access to all of London. Clean rooms, good AC, mini-fridge, microwave; everything you need. Darren went above and beyond to make our stay comfortable, give sightseeing advice, and have fun conversation at the end of a busy day. Every interaction was great, will definitely be staying here during any future visits to London.
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      3.4/5116 Reviews
      Regent's Park
      Overall, it is very good, just as a youth traveler, and in a mixed place like London, I really remind everyone to be careful about personal property safety. This youth travel can help to keep valuables, and can save them with important money for their custody, otherwise they will suffer as much as I do. Every room has a password, and the door of the corridor has a password, so the possibility of committing a crime against an outside thief is basically zero. If you lose something, it may only be done by someone else in the room. Unfortunately, I am in the middle of it. An Italian bastard (not to discriminate against Italians, but the person who just killed us is Italian) sleeps under my bed, drinks beer at night, invites everyone to drink, then starts to be very warm and friendly and everyone in the room Chat and talk about life. At that time, I might have been careless. I didn't think about covering it, and put my wallet under my pillow. I was going to the next Euston to catch the train at 6 o'clock the next day, so I set off very early, took my wallet, packed my luggage, and when I got my backpack, I found that the water bottle that had been inserted in the end actually slipped onto the floor. But I didn't care at the time, I thought it was the water bottle that fell on it. (I later thought that the water bottle was very long, and it was impossible to drop it without inserting it.) I took the train and tried to calculate an account. Just when I turned the wallet, I found that 450 pounds of cash inside, and some 100 yuan of RMB were gone! Bank cards and ID cards are still there. I couldn't find cash when I turned over the bag and my luggage. I began to wonder if I was pushing my cash out when I was sleeping. I didn't think it was the possibility of a thief at the time, so I was very impulsive to get out of the car, wasted a ticket, and bought a ticket back to London. Back to the Youth Hostel, it was only 8 o'clock. Everyone was sleeping last night. I told them that the cash in my wallet was gone. The Japanese and Korean brothers next to me are helping me find it, and the Italian bastard looks like a pair of sleepers. After a long time, I just said to you: You are so unlucky, you lost a big amount!”. Then he went Brushing your face, then very strange, did not say anything to me, but did not help me find it, pack up the luggage, pretend to say ”I am leaving, everybody have a nice trip” and left. How to find it later, Japan The buddies and the Korean buddies found that they were also stolen! Or the Egyptian buddy inferred that this Italian mixed ball was confusing us at the beginning, so please drink alcohol so that we can steal our wallet after we are drunk. As for how to do it from me Stealing under the pillow, I must have a piece of food for the professional thief, the Japanese buddy wallet can be stolen in the box under the bed.... In the end, there was no report, because it is well known that the British police have made it clear that they will not deal with any theft. To deal with it, it is more troublesome. I exchanged studies in Glasgow from January to June. I don’t know how many times they will be called to London. Student time is very precious, there is no energy and no wrangling. I am warning everyone that it is best to have a local card in the UK. If you use a debit card instead of a credit card, you should be careful when changing your password. I used the Bank of China Great Wall cross-border card, because I changed the password once, went to the POS machine and accidentally entered the wrong password 5 times and was locked. It is reasonable to say that it will be automatically unlocked after one day, but I waited for a week. They are still locked. I only told the domestic bank that I checked my card and everything is normal. If I can't use it, I can only go back to the domestic counter to unlock it (???), and the Bank of China in Glasgow can't do anything because the system is completely two sets. Can't unlock or withdraw money. So now, the Italian idiot has stolen money, and the technical bug of the Bank of China card is not solved. The money that can be used is not used. It is even worse for people to be stolen. Going out of the house, being pitted by foreigners, being pitted by the British, and being pitted by fellow citizens, maybe more than me. I can't help you, and I made a complaint in the comment area. Actually, there is nothing wrong with this trip, but my heart is very angry and powerless. Student time is inherently valuable, but now it is occupied by all kinds of pit goods. Of course, I know that the most source is that I have pitted myself. Putting so much cash in my wallet is a silly behavior that does not move my mind. I have not done a good job abroad. The investigation work is still not careful.
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      4.3/583 Reviews
      Bloomsbury
      The location is great the stuff was very friendly and helpful but the single room was tiny and old and located in the 7th floor but the elevator goes only to the sixth. The price was horrible for the room I got. so yes London is crowded and I reserved late but it certainly was not worth it. A few years ago I stayed there for about a 30% of the price and it was a good deal, with the current price it feels like blackmail.
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      3.4/5108 Reviews
      King's Cross St. Pancras
      Breakfast in London is quite sumptuous, the key is that the service attitude is particularly good. I didn’t bring breakfast in the room, because I was about to leave the UK, so I took a lot of change in the UK to buy breakfast at that time, almost all coins, the little handsome guy at the front desk was not reluctant, and was very enthusiastic and service Very good attitude 👍
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      4.6/5101 Reviews
      West End Soho/Covent Garden
      Living in a three-person family room, the room in London is not small, 3 people live in 3 boxes open feeling is not too crowded, the bathroom is not wet and dry separation, hotel service is very good, very active, good location, to the attractions Very close to the subway station, will choose next time
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      3.9/5108 Reviews
      King's Cross St. Pancras
      The location is good, there are three subway stations around, King's Cross Station, Russell Square Station, and it is very convenient to go everywhere. You can cook in the room. Basic kitchen utensils are available, but without seasonings and oil, detergent is available. The bathroom is too small, it is not convenient to take a bath, the front desk service is average, the overall is OK.
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      4.2/5101 Reviews
      Bloomsbury
      The breakfast is very rich, and the favorite smoked salmon is available every day, with fruits, bread, bacon, milk, yogurt and more. Try to eat as much as possible for breakfast, and spend 5 minutes walking to the British Museum enough for a day.
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      4/5105 Reviews
      King's Cross St. Pancras
      The basic room is super small, no private room, toilet, and expensive, the radiator is not hot, the corridor is narrow, and the luggage is broken. Close to the train station. Ctrip has three times the average price. Absolutely disappointed.
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      4.1/5100 Reviews
      We stayed here for 2 nights. When we arrived I was surprised to find no reception- you take your keys from a key safe outside. We then found our room- in a very outdated and dusty smelling building- but for the price of the room wasn't too bothered. We got in the room and our lights weren't working. We finally managed to get hold of someone, who moved us to another room until the fixed the lights (so we had kept our old room keys). We then went to our new room, which was in another building across the road. When we got into our room- it stank of smoke, and there was tobacco all over the sink. We messaged them to let them know as we didn't want to be fined for this and they offered to clean it. The next day we got a message asking for the old room keys back for the new guests who would be having our old room. They then changed their minds and said it was fine as they had spares, and to hand ours in with our new keys tomorrow (slightly odd to let us keep keys to someone else's room? 🤨) We then got back on our last evening to find that someone had definitely been in our room, as there was an even stronger smell of smoke, the curtains had been moved and the tobacco had returned to the sink?! I felt very unsafe all evening knowing that someone had been into the room. We finally found a reception to give our keys back to (if you can call it a reception, with a mattress placed up against the wall and a small desk). I wish I had looked at the reviews on here before hand, they clearly only choose the good reviews to go on booking.com
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      3.8/5134 Reviews
      Bloomsbury
      I had a red eye flight from New York and when I arrived at 11:45 AM the manger said I could not have access to my room until check in time at 3:00 PM, notwithstanding the fact they emailed me prior to my arrival asking if I need anything special and I requested an early check in. The female hotel manager has the personality of a baboon drinking vinegar. The rooms are in need of refreshing and the TV needs to be larger.
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      4.6/5135 Reviews
      Bloomsbury
      During the Spring Festival, a family of three on a trip to London, Fancy Rose Hotel can give children free extra bed and breakfast treatment. Staying for eight nights in a row, the overall feeling is cost-effective. Very close to the subway station, easy to travel. Go to the British Museum, National Gallery, Chinatown, Trafalgar Square, within a half-hour walk. Breakfast was particularly good, set menu but with a lot of choices.
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