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We didnt expect a lot due to the cheap price handy for the tubes, cleaning to a degree but our main concern was the smoke alarm was covered by what looked like kitchen roll we did report it on Saturday morning but when we got...More
The hotel is not as shown in pictures!!!!!(really old pictures)
Everything seemed to be dirty and consumed.
Everyday they gave me towel with yellowish stains and the blanket in the room were full of hair and dust.
The windows in rotten wood let cold air...More
Very good hotel indeed. Location is great in london. Value for money is excellent. Highly recommended. Its clean, has a decent breakfast and the room has an ensuite. Also room is spacious and has tv and tea/coffee in it. Brilliant value for the cost
Arrived in a room we had not booked! Gave us what appeared to be a family room, even after we had confirmation for a double.
Room was dirty. Poor quality beds. Impossible to fill the kettle with water as no room in the sink to...More
The Oxford Hotel London is the worst London hotel I have ever stayed in - and I have stayed in some bad hotels in London. The price was OK - but this was not a case of "you get what you pay for" - it...More
USD 74 - USD 170 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Absolutely not. You can't park your car in the entire street or neighborhood. It's all for residents only. We had a car and had to drive 5 minutes to the Ibis Hotel, then walk back 15 minutes to this place, twice a day. If... More
Absolutely not. You can't park your car in the entire street or neighborhood. It's all for residents only. We had a car and had to drive 5 minutes to the Ibis Hotel, then walk back 15 minutes to this place, twice a day. If you have a car, stay at the Ibis Hotel. It costs only a little more, but is worth it!