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Rating: 3.5 Stars
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Staunton Hotel

13-15 Gower Street, London - Map
"Good option in Bloomsbury"
The rating represents the experience relative to the cost of this hotel. It is a clean and comfortable mid- range property. Room 102 is quite small, but functional with two twin beds. I would think the room would be too tight for a business traveller to work in.The furnishing are cherry- wood, and good quality. A pot light in the tiny bathroom would turn off randomly during our stay, The wifi is spotty, working in the hallway and breakfast room but rarely in our room. The air conditioning worked very well. The young fellow covering the reception in the evening was very helpful, and tried unsuccessfully to improve the internet problem. I was pleased with the breakfast and the staff serving it. Gower street is busy on weekdays and road noise can be an issue in the early morning, the trade off is that taxis and public transit are close at hand. Store Street has a nice little pub and coffee shops and nearby Charlotte Street has many good dining options, and we liked the Bricklayers pub around the corner from there too.
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This hotel is located in London (Bloomsbury - Soho), close to London Senate House Library, Russell Square, and BT Tower. Also …More

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