"From Birmingham, take the train to London, and walk about 20 minutes from the Euston station. The facade of the hotel is not big but it is still striking enough. The decoration style of the lobby is more English. After the check-in, the elevator will arrive at the floor of the guest room. It is a bit awkward because the passage is relatively small and there are several fire doors. The room is large and warm. Quiet, also the red British style, the biggest biggest highlight of the hotel is that it takes only ten minutes to walk to my favorite British Museum. It is a big surprise to go straight at the intersection. The next day walk to the National Gallery, the Nelson Memorial Tower, the Guard Cavalry Camp, Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, the London Eye... it's not too hard, and you can better feel the streetscape of London!"
"The location of the hotel is very good and can also belong to the city centre. Just 100 stops from Holborn Underground Station, the Piccadilly and Central lines or buses to Big Ben, London Eye, Westminster, Hyde Park, Buckingham Palace, and even the stadiums are all very convenient. The supermarkets and boots near the hotel are also very close. There are many local restaurants within a 5-minute walk and the prices are good. You don't have to book a hotel breakfast, but enjoy a cheap and rich English breakfast nearby. The rooms are also large, the facilities are quite complete, just a little old, slippers and dental tools need to bring their own. Overall it is a great choice for a city tour in London."
"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."