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      The single room I stayed in was comfortable and clean. Yes, it was tiny, but I only wanted it for an overnight sleep. I've stayed here before and will do so again....
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    • 5
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      Top position and very kind staff. Competitive prices.
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      Staffs are very friendly. I requested to stay up to 3 pm, and they allowed me (as next customer hadn't come yet).
      20 Oct 2017read review
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      I am very much pleased to stay this hotel. Really,,,its a wondeful decoration and staff Behavior is very good....
      18 Jul 2017read review
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      The hotel was in the perfect location close to everything ! no complaints at all. You get what you pay for. Extremely happy with this hotel as you are close to everything. We had a great stay.
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Greenwich

Greenwich is perhaps best known for its Greenwich Mean Time and as the centre of world time. The Royal Observatory is where the Greenwich Meridian Line is located that divides East and West and this attracts many visitors from around the world every year.

Greenwich has evidence of Roman settlements, Iron-Age dwellings, and over the centuries has been influenced by Royalty and invasions, with which it still has strong links to both the army and navy today. The current Greenwich was formed in 1965 when the former boroughs of Greenwich and Woolwich were joined together and is home to over 228,100 residents.

Greenwich was one of five host boroughs for the 2012 London Olympics with events held at the Royal Artillery Barracks (Shooting), Greenwich Park (Equestrianism) and The O2 - former Millennium Dome (Gymnastics; Basketball). Greenwich is also home to the League 1 football club Charlton Athletic.

There are however many other tourist attractions, sights and places to visit in Greenwich. These include: Greenwich Park, the O2 Arena, the Royal Greenwich Observatory and Cutty Sark.

The famous Cutty Sark, one of London's most popular attractions, can be found on the waterfront and this historic ship and last of the great tea clippers is currently undergoing a major refurbishment.

The National Maritime Museum is home to the world's largest maritime historical reference library, as well as a wealth of nautical exhibits and artefacts, and makes for a fascinating visit.

With plenty of tourist attractions, the waterfront location and the great sense of history, Greenwich is well worth a visit.

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