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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.
      24 Oct 2017read review
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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
    • 4
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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.
      18 Jul 2017read review
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London Palaces

London is home to a number of palaces steeped in thousands of years of royal history with each telling a different story. Explore the lavish interiors and admire the well-preserved exteriors of London Palaces which range from Henry VIII's collection of Royal Palaces to stately homes. View our guide to London Palaces for more information...

Buckingham Palace

Serving as the administrative headquarters and London residence of Her Majesty the Queen, Buckingham Palace is one of only a few working royal palaces remaining in the world today. Situated in the City of Westminster, London, Buckingham Palace is a hugely popular London tourist attraction and symbol of London.

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Hampton Court Palace

This historic royal palace has more than 500 years of fascinating royal history for you to discover and took just ten years to be transformed from a country home into the magnificent palace that can be seen today. With much of this Tudor palace still surviving, Hampton Court Palace is amongst the most important palaces of its kind still in existence.

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Kensington Palace

Set within the tranquil Kensington Gardens in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in London is the royal residence, Kensington Palace. Kensington Palace first became a royal residence for William III and Mary II in 1689 and was home to Queen Victoria and more recently the late Diana Princess of Wales.

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Tower of London

Situated on the north bank of the River Thames in central London, the Tower of London is a historic symbol of London that was built by William the Conqueror in 1078 as a fortress, royal palace and a prison. The UK's leading historic visitor attraction, the Tower of London has witness almost one thousand years of British history and there are plenty of secrets, myths and legends to be discovered here.

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Houses of Parliament

The House of Parliament, also referred to as the Palace of Westminster, is situated on the bank of the Thames in the City of Westminster, London. Containing the two house of parliament in the UK - the House of Lords and the House of Commons, the Houses of Parliament is a fascinating place to visit with over 1000 rooms and 3 miles of corridors

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