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New Linden was a cheap last minute booking for us. Although at the time it did the job of a room in London which what we needed I wouldn’t go back.
It is not 3-4 star.
Do not be fooled by photos the rooms are...More
Stayed one night before going on holiday, almost a last minute booking after dithering but turned out well.
Very helpful friendly reception lady, medium size room, bit dated but clean enough , slept very well .
"Continental" breakfast was good quality and plenty enough for...More
Our first time in London & we LOVED it!
First of all, the location is fantastic. It’s a small, quiet hotel & the staff were super friendly & helpful. They even kept our bags after checkout, at no additional cost. Awesome!
Breakfast was included which...More
Room 18, very small double bed wedged up against the wall and equally small shower room. Bed not attached to headboard but had wheels SO every time we sat up, the bed moved forward! Room not suitable for a couple. Hairdryer not working and no...More
After arriving in the morning extremely tired after a red eye flight we could not check in as our room was not ready. The hotel stored our luggage while we had to go out and find a way to occupy ourselves for a number of...More
US$78 - US$249 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#355 Luxury Hotel in London
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This hotel is probably a 10 to 15 minute walk from Underground station.There is no bus that stops in front of hotel. If memory serves me correctly, you have to walk up a couple blocks and take a right at corner where street... More
This hotel is probably a 10 to 15 minute walk from Underground station.There is no bus that stops in front of hotel. If memory serves me correctly, you have to walk up a couple blocks and take a right at corner where street dead ends to get to bust stop. Not to far from that is the train station. So if walking from hotel you will see bust stop about 5 minutes before you see entrance to underground. At the hotel they have a card they give everyone that has the directions. if they are out they will tell you so no worries.