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Old 03-14-2013, 11:59 AM   #16
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I got an overnight stay in a triple room in London Kings Cross Royal Scott for £26.50! It's apparently a ten minute walk to the station, and although it doesn't look like the nicest accommodation in the world (!!), for that price and one night I'm not complaining. I booked around 2 months before we go.
We stayed at the London Kings Cross Royal Scott last Wednesday night. The bedroom and bathroom were both very clean but the bed was a bit on the soft side. Our room over looked the court yard so was not effected by the traffic noise outside.

For a central London hotel its very good value for money.
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Old 03-14-2013, 12:17 PM   #17
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We stayed at the London Kings Cross Royal Scott last Wednesday night. The bedroom and bathroom were both very clean but the bed was a bit on the soft side. Our room over looked the court yard so was not effected by the traffic noise outside.

For a central London hotel its very good value for money.
Oh, thank you! Good to hear as all the trip advisor reviews are a bit scary! As long as it is clean I really don't mind. At the minute I'm in student halls so ear plugs are my must have, I will be packing them in case our room is noisy.
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Old 03-14-2013, 12:24 PM   #18
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Oh, thank you! Good to hear as all the trip advisor reviews are a bit scary! As long as it is clean I really don't mind. At the minute I'm in student halls so ear plugs are my must have, I will be packing them in case our room is noisy.
We stayed here last March and had a room right on the road, but didn't hear a single thing at night. So if you can get it for a good price, I'd definitely recommend it.
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Old 03-14-2013, 12:27 PM   #19
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We stayed here last March and had a room right on the road, but didn't hear a single thing at night. So if you can get it for a good price, I'd definitely recommend it.
Yay, thanks for that!
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Old 03-14-2013, 12:59 PM   #20
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I second the kings cross royal scott hotel, we have stayed multiple times and if you can get it for a good price, you cant go wrong!!

Shame its so expensive for my dates.

I was looking at the heathrow travelodge but werent sure if id end up spending just as much getting them to heathrow and back.

I have found studio2let apartment for £68 which seems pretty good.
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I second the kings cross royal scott hotel, we have stayed multiple times and if you can get it for a good price, you cant go wrong!!

Shame its so expensive for my dates.

I was looking at the heathrow travelodge but werent sure if id end up spending just as much getting them to heathrow and back.

I have found studio2let apartment for £68 which seems pretty good.
Seems like that might be one of the better deals you are going to find
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All this work and money to send my fiancee and her maid of honor on a special hen break!! Wish I was going myself!!! haha
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All this work and money to send my fiancee and her maid of honor on a special hen break!! Wish I was going myself!!! haha
She will definitely appreciate it!
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Lol I hope so!!

Studio2let is full!! back to the drawing board!
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We always stay the night before at the Premier Inn Kings Cross, its expensive but nice and the restaurant is nice, plus there is a Nando's a few doors down which I like, we have 2 rooms for 5 of us and with breakfasts its about £240 but I guess that's the centre of London for you, plus I do like to know what I'm getting, and with a Premier Inn you can't really go wrong.


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there are a few hotels like the holiday inn near the wembley area
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We are in the Kings Cross travelodge tonight, thought it would be a better choice than the Royal Scot as it is closer to the station! Big mistake, the amount of noise from the nearby clubs is unbearable plus we are right on the train line, so every 5 minutes or so the whole room shakes when a train goes thundering past!! Just glad it's only for one night!

So, I would stick by my previous recommendation, if you can get it for a good price, the Travelodge Royal Scot is a great option, worth the extra 5 mins walk for a bit of peace and quiet!
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We are in the Kings Cross travelodge tonight, thought it would be a better choice than the Royal Scot as it is closer to the station! Big mistake, the amount of noise from the nearby clubs is unbearable plus we are right on the train line, so every 5 minutes or so the whole room shakes when a train goes thundering past!! Just glad it's only for one night!

So, I would stick by my previous recommendation, if you can get it for a good price, the Travelodge Royal Scot is a great option, worth the extra 5 mins walk for a bit of peace and quiet!

oh no, we are there tomorrow... and the same chooses that one *** is so close... and been in Royal Scot and Farrington and was fine with noise... but I get this one is really on the King Cross
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I think we are just unlucky with our room as its right on the train tracks and across the road from the noisiest club on earth! Shouldn't think it would be so bad tomorrow... Although st. Paddys day isn't it? Hope your stay is more successful! Xx
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