Budget hotels are few and far between in this part of London, which now values cachet above saving cash, but here you find a modern value-priced hotel that won’t frighten you. Encumbered by none of the lifestyle-obsessed frills that its preening neighbors obsess over, it’s simply clean and recently refit with the little touches that distinguish it as a standout of its price class: double-glazed windows (to muffle Shoreditch revelry), quality toiletries, roomy quarters, and enough selection at breakfast, even if said breakfast is taken in the basement. That it’s in the middle of the action and front rooms that overlook a church from 1740 have me wondering when the dream will end and the owners will put the price out of reach. They could ask for more.