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Cherry Court Hotel, London

Stayed two nights in this budget accommodation in November. Run by the Patel family, service was prompt, courteous, and efficient. Rooms are possibly the smallest we've ever encountered. One double bed, a shelf with kettle to boil water for tea, a small wardrobe, and a tiny bathroom with shower. Very clean, with daily fruit basket. Management was very accommodating and allowed us to stow our luggage for free on our last day of sightseeing till it was time to fly home.
Located within five minutes walk of Victoria Station and about a 20 minute walk (15 if you're quick) to Westminster Abbey, at 70 pounds per night, it was a good value. Just remember to bring your earplugs. The neighborhood pub is just down the street and while you won't hear any noise from the pub itself, patrons leaving the establishment do park in the area, or pass through on their way home.

http://www.cherrycourthotel.co.uk/

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This is my favorite economical hotel in London. We've stayed here numerous times. Mrs. Patel is a sweetheart. Clean, safe, friendly, small, in a great neighborhood, and near some good restaurants. Transports are within a few blocks: bus, train, tube. I highly recommend.

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Have the beds improved at all? I was last there 10 years ago (!), and the beds were about as forgiving as the floor. Those were the most uncomfortable nights' sleep I've ever experienced!

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Angela, I would classify the beds as being "firm." But we didn't have any problems getting a good night's sleep.