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So you're not in suspense, I'll get the fly out of the way first. There is supposed to be WIFI. There's a basic and a premium. The basic would not reach the top (6th) floor with sufficient strength, so they gave me a code for...More
This hotel is now showing signs of heavy use and needs a refurb.
The addition of air conditioning has made a difference to the rooms but the general decor is tired and the bathroom is not very pleasant at all with ingrained dirt in the...More
Stayed with my wife and child, perfect location next to London eye and Waterloo underground, clean room, quite, relatively large room, very good breakfast, helpful stuff, I would visit the hotel again.
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I have got into the habit of staying here when visiting London for business, so it must be OK. With the odd exception, you get what you expect at Premier Inns - clean and efficient. This time was no different. We had the biggest room...More
We stayed here overnight as we were going to a wedding in London . Brilliant place to stay Lovely hotel and staff . Food very good . Room was beautiful and spacious with big king size bed . Great shower good size bathroom . Large...More
Big time attractions such as the London Eye and a thriving theatre scene (compliments of the National Theatre and the Young Vic) are but a few of the reasons that Southbank is such a collectively cherished part of town. With plenty of family friendly activities and venues lined up along a pedestrianized river bank between Westminster Bridge and Waterloo Bridge, visitors can always expect a casual and
festive atmosphere. On top of all the fun stuff to do at Southbank is the opportunity to simply sit back and admire photo-op views of iconic landmarks like Parliament and St Paul's Cathedral, just on across the Thames.
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I’m in a similar situation. Their policy is two adults max per room. So I’ve booked ours as two adults and two children, with the intention of checking in online, and hoping they won’t realise we would actually be three... More
I’m in a similar situation. Their policy is two adults max per room. So I’ve booked ours as two adults and two children, with the intention of checking in online, and hoping they won’t realise we would actually be three adults and one child....
I know it’s against their policy, but it’s just one night and can’t justify spending another £105 for another room for one night.