Citadines London Barbican
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reasonable price (April), few minutes walk to the Barbican station. Room with small kitchen-dishes, pots and pans, cutlery, dishwasher, fridge. Save money by having breakfast in the room instead of paying 10 pounds for toast and tea. A Tesco nearby to get grocery. Room is very small. No AC. Room service is optional for 6 pounds a day. But once a week service is included if you stay more then a week.
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