We stayed here for 5 nights on a recent trip to London, Our main reason for staying in Shepherds Bush was because we were going to a concert at the Shepherds bush Empire on the Wednesday and so we decided to stay nearby and Sani House Hotel popped up so we booked it.
Its not the best hotel in the world but probably far from being the worst, Staff were friendly and the room was adequate although it did have a few issues. The smoke detector which should have been on the ceiling was disconnected and left laying on the scruffy and broken desk were the kettle was. It was put back up after a couple of days. The carpet had a few stains but was ok really. The beds were comfortable and the sheets and quilt clean (although the throw over was a bit suspect) When you moved they were a bit squeaky, in fact quite a lot squeaky and not really very safe looking but they did not collapse so maybe they just looked that way. The room had a TV, I'm making it sound really bad but it wasn't really that bad and at just over £60 per night it was not a bad price for London but probably twice the price you would pay anywhere else.
I would however stay here again as I found Shepherds Bush to be a great place!
Tea and coffee are provided as was a carton of orange and a biscuit each.
Breakfast is not provided but there are plenty of places nearby to get something to eat, we went to Greggs before getting the underground to London Centre.
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