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TravelPod Member ReviewsCeltic Hotel London
We have been sharing a room since Windsor/Heathrow. Our room here at the Celtic Hotel is not big by any means but it's huge on character with a marble mantle, twelve-foot ceilings and windows almost as high with a tiny balcony looking out on Guilford St.
Luckily, there's comfortable public space downstairs and the whole city of London with its gorgeous public spaces like oases in the middle of asphalt.
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