EASYHOTEL Old Street, London
WHAT’S IT LIKE? In London’s smart East End, it has recently undergone a vital refurbishment, delivering a modern, purify feel. It’s some-more hip black and white than a famous orange – nonetheless a tiny of a easyJet feel is still there.
ROOMS ANY GOOD? In a word: small. The bedrooms are what you’d design from a smarts behind easyJet. They have a double bed – or dual singles depending on what you’ve requisitioned – and an en suite. Nothing more. Nothing less. Pack light, though, as storage, and indeed building space, is during a premium.
EAT THERE OR GRAB A PIZZA? Unless you’re happy to make a dish out of things we can find in a vending machine, you’d improved take to a streets of London. Fortunately, you’re in a heart of a city surrounded by thousands of restaurants, from kebab shops and Wetherspoons to five-star joints.
WHAT ELSE? It’s set between a horde of Underground and overground stations, definition we can get wherever we need in a flash. But beware of a “total” room price. As is a approach with easyJet, what we consider should come as standard, doesn’t. For instance WiFi, use of a TV and even cleaning of a bedrooms (yes, really) all cost extra.
YOU’D GO BACK? It depends on a cost. This is as bill as we can imagine. At £50 per night, it’s good value holding for a location. But prices can soar – afterwards you’d be improved off anticipating a tip hotel or last-minute 4 or 5H room.
WHAT’S THE DAMAGE? Rooms can be as inexpensive as £50 per night though can deposit good into a £100s depending on a time of year and day of a week.