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Home to So Paddington Hotel is the city of London in the country of United Kingdom. Missed by most of the visitors, So Paddington Hotel is unique in its own way.

Attractions like The London Eye, British Museum, Tower Of London, National Gallery and Madame Tussauds Museum are the usual crowd pullers of London and you might easily miss out So Paddington Hotel amidst these top things to do.

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  • The location is great. Close to the train station and Hyde Park. You don't have to walk far for great cafes and bars. The staff are very friendly but the hotel itself is a little grubby. Our room was really small (like areoplane sized bathroom) and could have been cleaner. But hey, it was affordable. I'd steer clear of the breakfast. It was a strange combo of cornflakes, toast, sad looking olives and tinned pineapple. We ended up going to nearby cafes anyway, so save your money. If you're not into stairs, make that known before you get there. We had to tackle approx 90 narrow steps to our room on the top floor.

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  • Not a great place, there was four flights of narrow stairs to climb to get to our room, we had a bathroom supposedly in our room but it was actually across the hall from the room. Also everybody had access. The room was clean except for that silly runner thing that they put on the bed as a decoration- that was covered in God knows what. There were tea/coffee facilities in the room but there was no socket nearby the tray to plug in the kettle. So you have to balance the tray on your pillow and plug it in at the rand of the bed. Staff were nice but couldn't deal with my queries. The shower room barely fit a single person. The bedroom itself was tiny and the for could not even open to 90 degrees and the was no room for our two Ryanair size suitcases. Synopsis- stay here if there are absolutely no other rooms in Paddington.

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  • Despite the bad reviews we read about this hotel, we decided to give it a try and make a reservation through their website, as for £ 55 bed and breakfast we found it to be very good value. We had booked a room with a double bed and separate bathroom, which we found (and was) rather smaller than the one shown on the pictures on their website. Even so, the room was very bright, clean and had TV and free wifi, which we appreciated a lot. The breakfast is basic and very limited, and consists simply of cereals, some fruit, cheese, bread, jams and little else. Even so, we were satisfied. What we liked most about this hotel is its location (just steps from Paddington Tube Station) and the staff, who were friendly and helpful to us.

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  • I just got here and I don't like it. I went to take a shower and it was a tremendous dissapointment to see that the faucet was spraying all the water to the glass door. So to basically to be under the water either you are really tall or you just get super close to the door. Also the size of the room (a double) and the bathroom were incredibly small. The carpet floor in the room had multiple spots as well as the walls. Some screws were coming out of the bathroom floor division. We where placed on the 4th floor (5th for americans) and there is no elevator. I think this hotel has lots of work to do for better service.

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  • Fairly comfy bed, but no aircon and had music being played very very loud outside until late

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