BEST WESTERN The Cromwell
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN The Cromwell London
We had a twin room here at the Cromwell and it was a great size. However, friends were in a double room and there was barely room to turn around. The location is great, service friendly and breakfast was quite tasty.
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