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Harrow Hall Reviews

Average Guest Rating:
3.8 / 5 "Average"
Based on 31 hotel reviews
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Greg Meanwell (30 June 09)

It was a bargain student room in a hall of residence. £32 a night. The tube station at Northwick Park is only a couple of minutes walk and its about 45 minutes into central London. The downside is that it’s noisy at night, the rooms are small and basic, with plastic chairs and plastic covered mattresses. Friendly, helpful staff, but it took ages to check in - lots of duplication of information.

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Lynn Whitup (29 June 09)

Stayed at Harrow Hall for ACDC concert. Excellent location for Wembley with underground station on the doorstep. The room was typical, basic student accommodation but very clean. The only downside was sleeping on a plastic mattress which was sticky and uncomfortable on a warm, summer night. If all you are looking for is a clean room to lay your head down after a night out then this was extremely good value for money.

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Simon Butler (28 June 09)

Ideal place to stay for Wembley events. Rooms are basic but you get the use of a large kitchen and there is a tube station right outside the door.

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Carol Ann (12 June 09)

Harrow Hall is typical student accommodation, but this is all you need if you're planning to spend all of your time out and about. It's not luxury, but cheap and clean.

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Clarissa (12 June 09)

Harrow Hall is excellent value for money - clean, small, simple rooms, right near the tube station. Friendly staff. What more could you ask for?

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