Holiday Inn Express London Wembley
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Not the usual HI standard. Just bought over last September. Experience OK. Lighting in room not good. Found out if logged into free wi-fi in the bar I could continue in the room. A bit far out - zone 4 then bus. But only 10,000 points.
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