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Hoxton Room 8th June.

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I can't make this date. Can anyone swap dates with me? Anything considered.
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I can't make this date. Can anyone swap dates with me? Anything considered.
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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months agoFeedback:3 Positive/0 Neutral/1 Negative

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you might want to put where it is?
London Hoxton Hotel.

The Hoxton is a luxury budget hotel in Shoreditch where urban living meets country lodge lounging. Formerly a carpark, the hotel has been transformed into a modern and contemporary oasis of calm where you can relax by roaring fires and sip cool cocktails.

Bedrooms provide a level of luxury at even more budget prices. You're provided with Frette linen and sumptuous duck down duvets and great power showers to ensure your're in the height of comfort. Other features include:

Flat Screen TV

Movies and Web access via TV




FREE Fresh milk and 1 litre of mineral water in your fridge

FREE Lite Pret Breakfast delivered to your room

As many movies as you want for £7.50 per day

Phone calls 3p a minute UK, 5p a minute USA

24-hour lobby shop at retail prices

The Hoxton Grille is a contemporary bistro offering all day dining with classic dishes in an environment which seeks to marry the hustle and bustle of a bistro and the energy of a steakhouse diner. With its contemporary design, overstated lamp shades and mustard leather banquettes, the Grille has a culinary heritage firmly rooted in the UK with all menus based on classic dishes and bistro favourites.

Restaurant Operating Hours
Breakfast - Monday to Sunday 7.00am to 11.00am
Lunch - Monday to Friday 12.00 to 4.30pm
Brunch - Saturday and Sunday 11.00 to 5.00pm
Dinner - Sunday Monday Tuesday 5.30pm to 10.30pm
Wednesday and Thursday 5.30pm to 11.00pm
Friday and Saturday 5.30pm to 11.30pm

Bar Operating Hours
Monday to Sunday 8.30am to 12.00 midnight for non
Residents (1.00am if they have eaten a table meal)
Sunday to Wednesday 8.30am to 1.00am
Thursday to Saturday 8.30am to 2.00am

The Hoxton Hotel provides five meeting rooms and two private dining rooms each offering an abundance of light. These can be booked in advance for small meetings or larger functions. As you would expect, each room is well appointed and fully adaptable to your needs including:

Built-in screens

Indvidual air-conditioning

Free high speed wired and wireless internet

The space is completely self-contained with designated break-out areas and a registration desk which can be used if all the event spaces are occupied. In addition there is a Private Office if you would prefer a more private space. This has a modern workstation, free WIFI, telephone, and private bathroom. Just bring your laptop and you are ready to make your day pay.

Close to Old Street Tube and the City of London, The Hoxton provides easy access to Moorgate, Finsbury Square and Liverpool Street and is staggering distance from some of London's best bars, restaurants and clubs. The 'Hox Guide' FREE in every room provides an un-missable selection of local favourites, all within 'the Hox Square Mile'... This is anywhere, which falls with a mile of the Hoxton.
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did you see Hoxton hotel on the apprentice last week???
I'll swap you some cash, let me know how much your looking for.
I'll look for a hotel on a preferred date and if you cover the cost of the hotel, you can have the Hoxton hotel room?

What you think?
£65 paypal all in.
£63 or trade for 360 games?
I am still selling this overnight stay at the lovely Hoxton hotel. If you are interested I'm looking for £50 now (as it's gotta be sold quick) if you have an offer, it will be considered.
how much did this room cost you? Not £1 by any chance?

Naughty if you are trying to sell it for £50 when it cost you a quid, sure there is a rule against this also.
I was one of the lucky people who got it for £1

I can't go...

I'm offering it for sale @ 33% of the RRP.

I'd pay £50 for it if I could go on the date, I don't see any problem. If someone wants it everyone's happy. Except you apparently.

Mod Edit- Selling items at such a profit is really not in the spirit of the for sale forum. Locking thread.

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