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TravelPod Member ReviewsOpulence Hotel London
We mentioned that we are traveling on our honeymoon and they upgraded us to a suite. The desk clerk carried our luggage up the stairs into the Buckingham Suite. The room is a charming mix of tapestries, quaint wall art, a marble floored seating area and fireplace (albeit not a working one) complete with flatscreen TV and in-room wifi (for purchase). The room is a little chilly, but otherwise very comfortable, clean and well located away from the city hustle and bustle but close to the tube and many cute restaurants, pubs and cafes.
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