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B and Bs in East Ham

Central Hotel
150 Barking Road
Upton Park

East Ham
London

E6 3BD | View map
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The Central is a basic, budget hotel, located in the East End of London. Guests at this hotel get to enjoy the benefit of being located above a traditional London pub. This atmospheric Victorian pub is a great place to soak up a real taste of the East End. You can relax with a drink or enjoy a game of pool or darts. Staying at The Central you will see a completely different side of London life, which contrasts dramatically with that of Kensington and Notting Hill.The Central offers very basic accommodation and is therefore ideal for tourists and students who are travelling on a budget. Rates are considerably cheaper than those of more central hotels and transport links from Upton Park make travelling around East London easy, with train access to Central London. The majority of rooms are singles, but double, triple and twin rooms are also available. The Central is self-catering accommodation, so there is a well-equipped kitchen for saving money on meals.The Central has a typical East London pub on the ground floor, which will give any tourist a true feeling of East London life and the inhabitants that live in this multi-national area. Why not have a pleasant evening in the pub or play the traditional games of darts or pool. You could also watch sports on the big screen. This comfortable hotel combines a peaceful location with a homely atmosphere, as well as easy access to central London. The Central also has a fully-equipped kitchen and shared bathroom facilities.West Ham Football Ground is 2 min away from Hotel. The nightclub is open on Friday and Saturday nights and there could be some slight noise disruption for guests staying in the hotel at those times.

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