I've stayed here a few times, always on the weekend when the rate is more reasonable. Great location to walk around on the weekends with such different parts of London to see, including across the river. Also, rather than taking the Tube, I usually go back and forth into more central parts of London via bus; much more interesting that way. Certainly, a very easy hotel to get to by public transportation as it sits above Liverpool Street rail station. It's also a London Bus terminal area, so buses head out to all areas of London from there. Although I've not tracked it because of the length of time between my stays here, I think I've been given the same interior facing queen-bed room on each stay. Nice size room with very comfortable bed, work desk, flat-screen TV and easy internet access. The mini-bar has been filled with some nice snacks and fruit juices, and is, as the Andaz way, complimentary. Was refilled each day. Frequently, the ground floor staff is overwhelmed by the number of people checking in or out, and I've had to wait some of the longest times ever to do either for myself. Nevertheless, friendly and knowledgeable about the area. Love having breakfast in their restaurant, but haven't had any other meals there. Always preferred to venture out to one of the many offerings nearby. My one little problem with the hotel has to do with the bathroom. It's laid out well, and I like the shower. However, I've always found that opening the lid on the toilet wafts up a sewer smell; perhaps something with the plumbing layout. If others haven't had this issue then it probably is a form of corroboration that I have indeed been given the same room each time. But this isn't enough to keep me from going back there, hopefully in a different room, just for variety's sake. The fun of walking around so many different areas is just too appealing to stay away.