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This is a pretty simple hotel. Not much to look at here. The bedding is adequate and the staff is helpful and relatively friendly. It's a place to lay your head with the sounds of trains going by. Television had a lot to be desired...More
Three nights in a triple ensuite room, value for money for the location, in central london, close to victoria station underground & coach station. Earplugs are a must, as walls are thin,can hear alot of street noise, other room noise..on the plus side, the staff...More
I have recently returned from a stay in London which included myself, daughter and mother. Unfortunately this wasn't the original hotel we had booked but we got transferred here so we didn't have an idea what it would be like. I'm glad now though cos...More
for the price you pay it is a nice friendly hotel ,not that modern but clean, and a nice continental b,fast which consists of cornflakes ,oatmeal ,toast ,butter ,jam and croisants and youghart, tea and coffee.the staff are ok too ,if you ask them they...More
Like so many others the "21 bright rooms with power showers" fooled me. The staff are rude and the room is disgusting so much so that I did not stick around for the breakfast which is one thing I noticed had decent reviews. The bedding...More
Time spent in Pimlico is a slower-paced affair than most other Central London neighbourhoods. This largely residential area orderly arranged beside the Thames, is a treasure trove of quaint pubs, subtle architectural charms and local boutiques. Here, art lovers thrill at the chance to visit the world class Tate Britain gallery for its collection of British art from the 1500s to the present. For peace and quiet and
some downtime spent along the Thames, Pimlico is highly recommended.