The hotel is located opposite Finsbury Park within three minutes walk of Finsbury Park station (Victoria and Piccadilly lines) and only two stops away from Kings Cross in the heart of London. Fashionable Islington is a mere five minutes bus ride away.
The rooms are quite large and airy, most of them with a small utility area and additional armchairs or sofas. The rooms are very simply decorated but very fuctinal. The bathrooms are extremely simple and vary in size from small with shower, to large with shower or bathtub. All the rooms have laminated wooden floors and no carpets. These are painted in cream, soft colours and blue/yellow patterned curtains and bedspreads.
All rooms are equipped with television, reading lights by bed head-rest and ensuite bathroom. Hair-dryers are available in reception. They all enjoy natural light through big, period windows.
Please note some of the rooms might be allocated in the annex building next to the main building.
The restaurant is located in the ground floor, next to reception. A small staircase leads to the big breakfast room. The breakfast room is simply decorated but very large and well set up, something rare in this category of hotels. It serves Continental Breakfast only with a choice of cereals, juice, coffee and tea, cheese, toasts, butter, jam.
The lobby is of medium size, simply decorated but well distributed, breakfast room and car park entrance leading directly to it. There is an additional sitting area with sofas and armchairs adjacent to the check in desk.
There is no loft in the hotel.
This is an attractive period, 19th century town house, brick and stucco building with a glass doors entrance flanked by columns.
This is a good property, ideal for the budget conscious traveller, very close to central London. The property and its facilities are simple but clean and well maintained. There is a car park at the back which is free of charge for guests, and an entrance that leads directly from the car park to reception, making it ideal for leisure and business travellers alike. A highly recommended hotel to stay close to central London. 24h manned reception. (12/08 RPL)
|Date of stay: Jul 2010|
|When we arrived at our room the curtain rail had been ripped off the wall. It was fixed but fell off soon after and when we asked for it to be repaired again due to a language barrier we knew it wasn't going to be fixed again and we were right.|
Bathroom was very small and plumbing was plumbed wrongly. So cold taps equals hot water and hot taps equal cold water. Kitchen had 2 plug sockets which were quite well hidden and difficult to get too.
We did have a wardrobe but as this room had 2 twin beds one bed was blocking it so we were unable to use the wardrobe.
Overall the room we had was the size of a very small bedsit and wasn't anything like i had seen in the pictures so i was deeply dissapointed in my stay.
|Posted: 02 Aug 2010 |
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