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There is an improvement in the décor of the bedrooms, perceived by the one stayed in, and this is to be welcomed.. Believe that for environmental reasons clean towels should not be "wasted" when people stay for more than one day. You need to close...More
I had the pleasure of being a guest to this club. Very friendly and welcoming. The bar was very busy, and is obviously a well used club. Very reasonable prices and an excellent meal on a Saturday evening for £11. Silver served. You have to...More
I recently held a business meeting for 20 people at this venue. It is really conveniently just a 4 minute walk from Charing Cross Underground.
Our meeting room was on 2nd floor which we could reach by stairs or elevator. The room was lovely and...More
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Response from SuzanneMudd, Guest Relations Manager at Civil Service ClubResponded 5 June 2017
Thankyou for taking the time to leave us such a lovely review. We are fortunate to be in such a convenient location. Next time when you book, just mention that you would like some fruit and cake, and this will be provided for you.
I was attending a business meeting which was held in the Civil Service Club. Travelled down from Scotland on 21/3/17 and stayed overnight here. The room I was allocated was on the 5th floor and although very clean it was very tired and in need...More
1 Thank Judith773
Response from SuzanneMudd, Guest Relations Manager at Civil Service ClubResponded 19 May 2017
Thankyou for taking the time to leave us a review. I would appreciate if you would contact me at email@example.com and tell me which room you were allocated so that I can look into this further. Many Thanks
The central location is good, the accommodation in my view is pretty awful. I had a single room, which was on the 5th floor. No lift goes direct to this floor, you have to get out on the 4th and walk up some quite steep...More
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Response from SuzanneMudd, Guest Relations Manager at Civil Service ClubResponded 16 May 2017
Thankyou for taking the time to leave us a review. Please would you contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know which day you stayed and which room you were in so I can look into this further. Many Thanks
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