[Hotel Review] Accommodation in London – Citadines Trafalgar Square

1.Accommodation name: Citadines Trafalgar Square 7th floor

2. Number of stay days: October 8_10

3. Location (How to get there): 5 minutes walk from embankment station.
15 minutes walk from Rest Square Station.
Various buses.
5 minutes walk from Trafalgar Square

4. Price: 433 pounds.
2 nights.
Reservation made on public website 4 weeks in advance.
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5. Meals and cooking:
1) Cooking is possible.
Holds tableware (2 large and small pots, 4 plates, 4 cups, cutlery set, knife, etc.).
Induction, microwave oven, etc.
Two small bottles of water provided.
There is a water purifier next to the coffee machine in the lounge, so you can get some.
2) You can request breakfast in the lounge.

6. Bathroom (shower room): Bathroom with bathtub

7.Computer: Located in the lobby

8. Facilities and cleanliness: Clean.
1) I also liked that it was a wooden floor rather than a carpet.
2) Towels include 2 shower towels, 2 face towels, and 1 foot towel.
The bar next to the toilet is insulated, so I can wash and dry my socks.
There is also shampoo, conditioner, and body lotion, but I just use those.
3) The room layout seems to be slightly different.
When I went in, the table wasn’t in the same position as seen in the photo.
4) A hair dryer (useful), ironing board, and safe are all provided.
There are two Korean-style outlets (one next to the bed and one next to the table), so I didn’t use the pig nose.

9. Internal rules: Luggage can be stored before and after check-in and check-out.
I left it at 10 a.m. when I moved to the accommodation, and kept it until 3 p.m. on the day of check-out.

10. Staff friendliness: So good.
I sent a few inquiries before arriving, and the email check was very quick.

11. Surrounding environment: It is very safe even late at night, as there are five-star hotels and embassies in the area, and the lighting is even pretty.
The Millennium Bridge is 5 minutes away, Big Ben is a 10-minute walk, etc.

1) Transportation.
I thought this alone was worth the extra money.
When it comes to travel, conditioning determines the quality of the trip, and I finished my schedule by 4:30, came back, rested for a while, and went out for a night view trip around 6:00.
I also went to the National Gallery when it was free, and there was also a Korean mart in Leicester Square within walking distance.
2) Self-catering is possible – Since the cost of eating out in London can be covered, the supermarket prices in London are cheap, so the conclusion is that it is better to pay more for accommodation.
3) The quality of the coffee machine in the lounge is also quite good. I think I drank 4 to 5 cups of each type a day.

13. Disadvantages:
1) Slightly old.
Feels more like a condo than a hotel.
2) Since it is located on a city road, you can slightly hear noises such as cars.
Even though I’m on the 7th floor.
It seems like the window is not soundproof.
3) Price burden.
Since I am a single person, I have to bear the burden alone.

14.What kind of people would like this accommodation?
– Those who want to reduce transportation time.
This is a pretty big point, but I can control my condition.
Anyone who wants to cook food.
Due to the price and facilities, it seems to be preferred by families rather than single people.

15.How would you rate it?
A. I will definitely come back next time.


Elevator feeling I took a picture as soon as I entered.Image




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