LSE Rosebery Hall Residence

Address: 90 Rosebery Avenue, London, England, EC1R 4TY, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Islington/Angel/King's Cross area of London, is near Sadler's Wells, Sandler's Wells, Bloomsbury Bowling, and Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art.
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