Jan the old one wrote:I'm not sure, on the website it says it's newly refurbished at least.Has it just been built Blusi?
loafer wrote:Hm, that doesn't sound too promising.Isn't that the tiny one above the shops right next to Borough tube?
If so, whilst I don't know what it's like inside, it certainly doesn't present the most exciting face to the world - more like a boarding house look - probably pretty noisy too, being right next to the traffic lights.
loafer wrote:Thanks, but I have looked at most of these, and they are rather expensive compared to the London City Hotel, where we have been offered a rate of 60£ per night. Also, we will probably be staying for 10 nights, and as this is not our main holiday, we are trying to keep costs down.
garethpmorgan wrote:As mentioned above, we have been offered a rate of 60£ a night, so it is quite a lot cheaper than the London Bridge Hotel (though I agree that LBH look nicer).It looks to me from it's website (http://www.london-city-hotel.co.uk/index.html) as though it is quite new and therefore you would hope clean, though their rates don't look that cheap and I cannot find any reviews of it anywhere to help you. It looks like its located above Borough Tube so may not be the quietest place on earth.
One hotel in the area that gets very good reviews (see for example tripadvisor.com) is the London Bridge Hotel and from a scan of the internet they seem to have rates in the next couple of months that are about the same as the London City Hotel quoted rates. The hotel is much more established than the City Hotel.
I should add that I have no connection to either hotel and have stayed at neither. good luck with where you stay and I hope you have an enjoyable trip.
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