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I stayed in this hotel for a night as I was going to a concert nearby. I found the man on reception very polite and helpful. The hotel is very conveniently located with the majority of what I was visiting London for within walking distance....More
Pictures don’t reflect the hotel : seems very nice but not true.
Reception guy not so nice.
Breakfast only from 0800 to 0900.
And the date of departure they refused to keep our luggages when we did the check-out.
So it costs us 25 pounds...More
I booked this on line quickly without checking it out properly. I was happy that it was in a good position for visiting London and cheap. However once there I realised there was nothing else going for it. The room that I was given was...More
Back to 19th century, not even 20th
No phone in the room, never mind air conditioning .I could hear a guy coughing 2 rooms away through closed doors. The receptionist was from" another planet". 4th floor -lift broke down. I can't belive this kind of...More
Rooms not a bad size but very very grotty! Filthy floors, windows, the net curtain was grey & the main curtains disgusting! Walls covered in marks! Would not put my bare feet on the floor! The bedding seemed clean,so did the towels....thank god!!! Would not...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.