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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Day 1- We arrived at Kings cross Station and managed to use the tube to get to our hotel at Gloucester Road. We were greeted by the staff at The Cromwell and up to room 410 we went. After unpacking a little we decided to head out for dinner and chance to get familiar with our surroundings.
Day 2- Purchased our BIG Bus Hop-on Hop-off two …
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