I had booked a room for a three-night stay, primarily to focus on some work I wanted to complete before the Christmas rush.
The room was smaller than I was led to believe from the main photo, and in hindsight would have greatly benefited from booking a larger room. The bed was comfortable but I found it to be a little too short.
The best parts of the booking were the inclusion of a small fridge in the room, a travel adaptor hanging on the door (I'm assuming for European appliances), and very convenient travel links: Earls Court tube station only a five-minute walk, and a close bus stop that very conveniently took me back to my area. I also liked the view of the square from my room.
There were many downsides, though I won't list them all.
I'd missed the 90-minute window for breakfast by almost 20 minutes on the first morning, and I hadn't even gotten to the dining area before I was reprimanded by one of the staff. In general, I didn't find the service to be friendly or attentive.
I made sure to make it on time the next morning but found the only cooked item available was hard or soft-boiled eggs. Fortunately, there were other options elsewhere.
By far the worst thing was the room having thin walls. I was put in a room next to someone who would not shut up: whether it was talking, endlessly chanting/singing or having guests over.
Even bearing in mind the affordability of the room for three nights, I could not justify a return visit.