눉The place was in disrepair. Our bed, couch, light switch and hair dryer were all broken. Sometimes, there'd be no wifi, no toilet paper and no hot water. There's no reception and no one to turn to with these problems unless staff happens to be there, which doesn't seem to happen often, for though not unacceptablly dirty, kitchen and bathrooms aren't cleaned frequently enough.
Because the bathrooms were shared, the rooms would have benefited greatly from having sinks of their own, but they did not.
Moreover, noise levels are very high, even at night, especially when the fire alarm goes off for no apparent reason. Even disregarding that, I think this might be the loudest hotel I've ever stayed in. Nearby parking is barely available and the nearest train and underground stations are quite far away; making the bus the best way to get to and from the hotel, though nothing on the outside indicates that it is in fact a hotel. Even indoors, the only clue is post-its on the doors used as room numbers. Clearly, the location is not the best.
The hotel also requested a copy of a photo ID in advance, then another upon arrival, which seemed a little dodgy.
눇Whenever we saw them, staff were friendly and helpful. Rooms have ironing boards, kettles for making teas and coffees, desks, chairs and couches. There's also a common room with a fridge, stove and washing machine. Two showers and two toilets were just enough for the number of guests there, but you may want to avoid peak hours. Prices are very low for London standards.