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TravelPod Member ReviewsArriva Hotel London
quiet and peaceful. helpful and friendly staff throughout hotel. pool big hit with kids. beach 5 mins walk and big suprmarket. cafes a bit more expensive as near beach but hotel has reasonable prices.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Arriva Hotel London
They serve all you can eat/drink; fresh toast, jam, cereal, milk, orange juice & coffee. Their breakfast room is kinda small so you might have to wait a little bit for a seat. Great service, they gave us a small suite with sofa, fridge, plates & utensils for double price room.
You get what you pay for
For the price that we paid for this hotel, we get a decent accomodation with a private bathroom.
The room is small but clean, the bathroom is clean, it's got television and telephone, and there is no charge for using the phone for a toll free number. They cleaned our room everyday and we got clean towels everyday. The staffs are friendly and helpful. The breakfast area is cozy. We got a free breakfast in the morning which consist of toast with butter and jelly, breakfast cereal, milk, coffee, and orange juice.
There is no air condition in the room, so we have to open the window to cool off the room. The trouble came when it started to rain which happens a lot in London. The rain would come in through the open window, but if we close the window, the room could become rather warm.
The location is not too great especially in the evening. It is not recommended for a woman traveller to walk alone at night around this area. But it is relatively close to a train station where many tube lines stop. It's about 10 minute walk from the hotel to the King Cross Station.
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