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This is yet another affordable, mid-range hotel option near Vauxhall, ideal for someone who just needs a place to crash. The rooms are on the smaller side and many of them either have no windows or a single small window near the ceiling – if you want natural light, make sure to book an Executive Double Room. That said, the best are comfortable and the rooms are clean and well-maintained.
There is a breakfast buffet on offer, but it is quite a basic continental selection, so you might be better off going to a local cafe.
The main draw of this hotel is the location, which is perfect for Vauxhall gay partying. The Vauxhall gay village is just a 10-minute walk away, placing you on the doorstep of venues like Chariots and The Royal Vauxhall Tavern. From Vauxhall station, it is easy to get an Undeground to key tourist spots in the city center and to walk along the river to Westminster, Big Ben, and the London Eye.
♥ Basic but clean and comfortable
♥ Ideal location for Vauxhall gay nights
♥ Cheap rates, especially in the off-season