Nearest travelodge to fabric?

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  1. jack2290

    jack2290 Member

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    Going there in a few weeks, been searching on google but can't find where the nearest one is?? Or can anyone think of a cheap alternative thats close?
     
  2. Stem-Cell

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    Farringdon travelodge is the closest, it's about a 10 min walk. King's Cross Royal Scot is the next closest if you can't get a room sat the farringdon one
     
  3. jack2290

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    Nice one mate
     
  4. rysk

    rysk Part-time waster

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    why do you need a hotel?

    saying that, stumbling out of fabric at 6am and walking straight into a breakfast buffet sounds golden.
     
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  5. Gumby

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    I used tripadvisor to find all of my hotels. They have a function on their site where you can search for hotels on a map, so you can see which ones are near to where you want to be (y)

    I didnt use tripadvisor to make the booking though, its cheaper if you use the hotel's website.
     
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    Forau CONCUSSION RECS

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    Just get extremely mangled and make friends with random people until one offers you a sofa for the morning. Sorted.
     
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    Hombre-J Currently Ballsacked

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