1.09km from Korean EmbassyPros: Location - walking distance to a number of decent bars and restaurants. Staff friendliness - receptionists and duty manager very helpful and warm. Comfort of beds Cleanliness of rooms Discounted breakfast buffet - 5BD/day for guests. A good, cheap option. However, it is perhaps a little basic for most, as you're most certainly getting quantity over quality here. Cons: Gym is far too narrow. Equipment is dated and in desperate need of updating. Hotel toiletries are of poor quality. You can hear everything in the next room to you via these redundant doors. These doors (pictured) serve no purpose at all. They are a needless border in the wall between rooms and it (personally) makes it less desirable to stay here again because of these doors. A real shame. I requested to move rooms due to late-night noise from a family in the room next to me. The hotel accommodated me with a move from a king suite to a twin single room (which I'm not happy with) and, again, there were two loud guests next to me. I didn't want the fuss of complaining (and moving) again, so I'd like the hotel to develop training on how staff negotiate these issues with guests. If a single room guest complains of noise from a family room/twin room next to them, then it would be logical to avoid repeating the same scenario, surely? In my honest opinion, I think if you stay here at a decent rate for 1-2 nights, it it best. Any longer than that, and I believe you'll feel irked about the shortcomings I've mentioned above.