This is a review of the Lincoln Suites hotel superior studio in London.(Add photo)

I’m posting this because I think there are only apartment reviews.
There is an L-shaped kitchen, a dining table for two, a sofa, and a TV.
Behind the kitchen is a wall.
The beds are soft, there are no bed bugs, and the reception is friendly and open 24 hours a day.
There is no washing machine, so you can use the laundry room on the basement floor (only between morning and 8 p.m.). They also provide detergent if you ask for it.
There was also a dryer.
Rooms are cleaned only once every four days, but towels are changed when you call the reception at the hotel if you want to change them.
I have shampoo, conditioner, and body wash, but they don’t seem to work very well, so it would be a good idea to bring them.
There is no soap.

Microwave and oven??
There is something like a Panasonic light wave oven, but sometimes in English reviews it says I don’t know how to write it, but I think they replaced it with a new one.
I clicked on these words and ate the Haetban.

There is an electric kettle, a toaster, and a Dolce Goose and Vertuo machine.
If you ask for capsules, they seem to give you more.
There is also kitchen detergent.
There are chopsticks, spoons and scissors.
​The house is a mess right now, so I’ll post a picture when I remember to check out.

The accommodation was at Holborn Station, so I took the Elizabeth Line from Heathrow Airport, got off at Tottenham Court Station, walked along the Central Line (red), and transferred there. Holborn Station was only 1 stop away.
I don’t remember exactly, but a total of 40 minutes??
I think it’s stuck.
I used a contactless card (travel wallet card) from the airport and it came out to 13.3 pounds.

I walked about 10 minutes from Holborn Station.
I think the accommodation is a bit far from all bus stops.
That’s a bit of a drawback, but I don’t know about other hotels.

Covent Garden is within 10-15 minutes on foot, and Regent Street is worth walking along while looking at Covent Garden.
(If you go directly from the accommodation, it will take 20-30 minutes)

I saw that there was a Mamma Mia, Tina, Frozen, and Lion King musical theater right in front of the accommodation.

If you cross the street, cooq?
There is also a supermarket called .

Charing Cross Station is close to the British Museum and Trafalgar Square, but it takes about a bus stop.

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