we have to walk the stairs from ground floor to 3rd floor with 2 big luggages when we arrived, the toilet flush faucet has very little water and small place when we took the shower as well as our room were noisy, which was faced in the cross street.
No shampoo, body wash and slippers were provided, so for those who planned to come and stay, you need to come prepared.
Another thing is it’s too close to Paddington Station so I could hear the train noise every few minutes.
There was this incident during my 3-day stay. I travelled alone. I was terrified when I was sleeping in my bed but a drunk man was banging on my door and shouting, “Open the door! Let me in!” I asked who that was and he kept saying “It’s me! Just open the door!” I said I wouldn’t open the door cuz it was my room! He asked me who I was and I said I was staying in the room and I asked him who he was again but after a minute he left. I heard no noise anymore so I got dressed, took my belongings and rushed to the reception while I spotted a white drunk man standing there in the hallway...I told the staff what happened and he said no worries, the drunk man just went to the wrong side of the building...but the whole process scared the tail off me...