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... This place is not recommended. Staff is rather direct, unfriendly at times, place seems really worn off. We stayed for two nights but it didn't really appear that our room was cleaned by housekeeping.
Pretty pricey for what it is.
Terrible! The very first thing you are confronted with is a very rude abrupt receptionist who just thrust forms at us saying “sign here”!! The hotel is very tired and run down in dire need of a face lift. The room had no coffee except...More
The most irritating thing about this hotel is the owners think it is acceptable to sell rooms in such a poor state. I can only assume they have never actually stayed in a hotel themselves and therefore have no concept of standards or maybe it's...More
Belgravia may have been the location, but seen better standards in Bridlington with a sea view. My other half wonderfully expected to treat me for my 40th rather than the usual ‘travelodge’s and premier inn’s’ we are used to for our weekends away for concerts....More
This was THE worst hotel I have ever stayed in. I booked it at the last minute and hadn't read the reviews on here (which I normally do). I moved rooms three times, and even the final room was so awful but I had to...More
Home to the vast majority of embassies and diplomatic residences in London, sophisticated and upscale Belgravia also boasts a wealth of luxury hotels, fine dining restaurants, and some of the city’s most stroll worthy lanes. While the prices here are high, taking a leisurely stroll through the streets of picturesque and elegant white stucco houses is free. Hyde Park and the Buckingham Palace Gardens are only a stone's throw
away to the north, and some of Europe’s best shopping is nearby as well.