Toilets around the world pt37 – Ibis Euston Hotel, London

Located next to Euston station, the decor of this hotel reflects the areas railway heritage with pictures of steam engines and railway stations on the walls.

Sadly this theme extends to the toilets in the rooms. The esteemed Clogh Dancer would recognize a smell that hits you before you see the facilities. Clogh would also recognize a tiny cubicle that a professional contortionist would struggle to visit and toilet paper from the darkest days of British Rail.

For £127 per night this is a poor experience.

Giacomo Riddlioli

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