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The Re London Shoreditch

Hotel 4
419 - 437 Hackney Road E2 8PP London United Kingdom
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      Description The Re London Shoreditch

      Hotel The Re London Shoreditch
      The RE Hotel London Shoreditch is the newest addition to London’s fashionable East-End, located within easy reach of the City’s financial district and Liverpool Street BR and Tube Station. As well as being convenient for both Stanstead and City airports, we are also right on the main arterial route into central London and the West-End. With air-conditioning throughout, our rooms have been designed with care and attention to detail and so they are perfect for your business or leisure visit to London. With Hypnos beds in all 178 bedrooms, you will sleep like a prince; they supply Britain’s Royal Family. There are all the other latest comforts too. Take a look at the list above. For those of you who need to work away from your office, we have 16 Workzone rooms which are more spacious, offer a queen-size bed and a larger desk area with a second telephone, black leather desk chair, blotter, desk lamp and a secure digital safety deposit box big enough for your laptop. We also have 11 special accessible rooms with lower beds, emergency call-points and extra large bathrooms with roll-in/walk-in showers and they all interconnect with a standard room for Carers. If you are bringing your family we have Twin and Double-bedded rooms that interconnect so you can have privacy when you need it. Do not forget the price we charge is per room and not per person and you earn Wyndham Reward Points every time you stay. Eat INN Bar Bistro is a relaxed and inviting alternative to traditional dining but without compromising on quality. Eat INN Bar Bistro is an all-day operation. It is the central hub of the hotel and caters for breakfast right through to late night meals with appealing menus, competitive pricing and fast service. HOTEL POLICY - NO MORE THE 2 ADULTS IN ANY ROOM TYPE Sorry no Pets Allowed

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      address

      • The Re London Shoreditch
      • 419 - 437 Hackney Road
      • E2 8PPLondon
      • United Kingdom
      • Telephone: +44(20)76136500
      • Fax:+44(20)76136501
      • Official Homepage

      Payment

      • EC/ Maestro/ Debit card
      • American Express
      • Diner's Club
      • Mastercard
      • Visa

      Suitable for

      • Business People
      • Large Groups

      Room features The Re London Shoreditch

      • Bathroom with bathtub
      • Bathroom with shower
      • Ironing board
      • Windows that open
      • Television
      • Hairdryer
      • Central heating
      • Tea/ coffee facilities
      • Air conditioning
      • Soundproof windows
      • Pay-TV
      • Radio
      • Satellite TV
      • Desk
      • Telephone
      • Room safe
      • Cable TV
      • Internet
      • WiFi in the rooms
      • Fridge

      Hotel features The Re London Shoreditch

      • Business centre
      • Entrance hall/ lobby
      • Lift
      • TV lounge
      • Car park
      • Hotel bar
      • Hotel safe
      • Child/ Baby Cot
      • Conference rooms
      • Non-smoking rooms
      • PC with Internet
      • Restaurant
      • 24-hour reception
      • Wheelchair accessible
      • Snack bar
      • Laundry service
      • WiFi in Lobby
      • Room service
      • 24-hour room service

      Type of lodging

      • Hotel
      Rating Overview
      Overall rating trivago Rating Index™ based on 3377 reviews across the web
      82/100

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      • trivago (8) 8 reviews
        74/100
      • other sources (1854) 1854 reviews
        84/100
      by trivago (More info)
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      85 out of 100
      Result from 20 Hotel Tests: Very good
      65%
      Recommended: 13 out of 20 testers recommend this hotel

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      Hotel guests are often

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      Reviews The Re London Shoreditch
      Good
      Reviewed February 2014 by trivago traveller
      I've stayed there several times. Everyone working there was great and helpful, very clean not too big but perfect for just me staying there.
      Best hotel for those visiting the City of London
      Reviewed May 2009 by bill-eee
      I have stayed here a several times now since it opened about a year ago. I find the place to be exceptionally nice and friendly. The rooms are not huge but modern, well equipped and most importantly very clean! The deal clincher is the price as you get a huge good quality hotel for the same price as a B+B, from experience though you do have to book about two weeks before to get the best deals. Recently they started to get really busy and put ...
      82 out of 100 based on 4138 reviews
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