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There were four in our group. Two couples. Our friend arranged for this hotel. I try to check reviews first before booking. We arrived at the hotel to a man behind the counter who never greeted us. He just as soon spit on us. We...More
Our room was in the annex which is a separate building a short walk down the road. There is no reception in this block. There was a TV but no remote control. No duvet, just a sheet. No teabags. Got up hoping to have a...More
244 pounds for two nights weekend.
My wife and I had two single bed put together, also really uncomfortable.
Staff was not welcoming.
The shower was broken and didn't work well.
The only good thing is the position, very close to Earl's Court...More
No nonsense clean hotel with beautiful flower filled pots at the entrances of typical charming Edwardian London mansion terraces. Staff not over friendly but friendly enough. Perhaps lack of command of English. For the price I paid for a single room, I got a family...More
Over £350 for a Wednesday night. TV didn't work... wallpaper peeling... headboard flaking. More like a hostel at Mayfair prices. Didn't end up staying. Would definitely not recommend this hotel especially for the price we had to pay
US$84 - US$230 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Absolutely not. You can't park your car in the entire street or neighborhood. It's all for residents only. We had a car and had to drive 5 minutes to the Ibis Hotel, then walk back 15 minutes to this place, twice a day. If... More
Absolutely not. You can't park your car in the entire street or neighborhood. It's all for residents only. We had a car and had to drive 5 minutes to the Ibis Hotel, then walk back 15 minutes to this place, twice a day. If you have a car, stay at the Ibis Hotel. It costs only a little more, but is worth it!
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