Days Hotel Hounslow-Heathrow East
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Hotel Hounslow-Heathrow East
A 30 pound trip by taxi to hotel with a basic reception some what tired. Staff pleasant. Room tidy and small, very ethnic clientele . The area has a street shopping area a block away with a large Middle East ownership which didn't bother me. The street fods and sales were very nice. Breakfast at the hotel was expensive 12£ or $17 for breakfast....whoa !! South of the street the market is on was a small locals breakfast place, quaint and food was great and cost was €5 ....lovely as they say....
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