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The good news:
We only had to kill ONE cockroach.
The Internet worked occasionally.
The TV worked - at least a few of the channels.
There was a bath tub (there was no plug, so effectively it was a shower. Hotel did not fix when...More
The place was filthy; dust balls covered the floor; second bed was not usable so slept on the couch; mold in the shower; shower head did not work and the repair man never returned with the part he said he needed; could not open the...More
Wow where to start. Firstly it's not at Hyde park it's in Bayswater and not a nice part seems like council flats around it. Lots of rubbish all over the steer. Receptionist seemed like she hated her job and no personality or greeting at all....More
From the outside the hotel looked lovely, the door was secure with buzzer entry but it's not suitable for disabled guests as there's steps.
The staff upon check in were unwelcoming and abrupt, check in was very slow and they didn't seem to know what...More
Hey guys . . .... their rooms are very bad . ... do not book with them.
They have everythinf broken in there. They dont even have a reception there. To complain you have to hire a cab and take a drive of 15 to...More
As West London's friskiest corner, Notting Hill more than manages to retain plenty of the same appeal that's brought the affluent area so much worldwide attention. In this attractive cobblestoned neighbourhood, a delectable variety of eateries, independent shops, galleries and street vendors offer a delightful window into how to live the good life in London, with each presenting visitors with an
experience that's a little more idiosyncratic and endearing than the last. Travelers looking to forage for antiques should be sure to visit the Portobello Road Market on Saturdays, the largest antiques market in the United Kingdom.