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We stayed for a night and enjoyed our stay. The hotel is basic, and more hostel like than a luxury hotel. Had room 3 which was a twin room with a new bathroom. Beds were clean and comfy. The room was clean and had a...More
We slept on single wooden beds in a shabby, dark, damp.and draughty room. We were given minimal bed covering and pillows and had to use our towels as extra pillows The carpet was old and threadbare and the curtains didn't keep out the noise or...More
Dingy, dirty stairwell leading to an old fashioned poorly kept reception area. Our room was next to the reception and smelt of damp and mould. The only saving grace was that the sheets appeared to be clean. The towels were minimalistic with no shampoo or...More
Stayed in the room for one night. Basic but comfortable. You do have to make your own bed, and there isn't a toilet on the floor (I was in room 10) perhaps other rooms have one fairly close or in room. Breakfast was basic but...More
Positive points : Good location in nice area, good value for London, spacious room, the receptionist was friendly.
Negative points : No soundproofing, no insulation, small mobile heating failing, humidity in the bathroom.
With its ivied mews, row upon row of Poppins-esque white washed mansions, and placid garden squares, it's easy to see the charms of South Kensington. And with superb access to Hyde Park, Holland Park and Kensington Gardens, as well as the largely child-friendly and mostly free Museum Quarter (not to mention more major attractions like Royal Albert Hall) such charms are easy to make the most of. As welcoming
and cosmopolitan as it is reserved and residential, South Kensington is always a hit with visitors.