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I travelled with two teenagers and we got a nice, quite big (for London) room. I asked for a quit room and it was, we could even sleep with the window open. The room was very hot so I should not stay there during summer,...More
You know what you'll get with a premier inn or holiday inn but comfort inns still vary. The room was clean, in fact the smell of bleach was overwhelming. But this hotel can't hide the fact its old and tatty. Old maroon carpets and curtains...More
I'll start with the good. Its close to the bus station. And the bed its very comfy.showers might as well be a elephant shower which is amazing after having low pressure and baths the rest of my trip. And if you only want to rest...More
Hotel room was clean and nicely decorated but do not stay there if you want to sleep. The railway ran right next to it and all night long the trains were slowing up for victoria station, every 30 seconds, it was a nightmare, I have...More
We chosed this hotel because of a very good location, 5 minutes walking from Victoria station. The price was really high, so I expected at least some additional value compared to cheap London hostels, where I used to stay before. Unfortunately there was nothing like...More
USD 107 - USD 268 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.
I stayed in a room across the street from the lobby - part of the hotel. Didn't experience any train noise. St. George's Tavern has good food. Very near the hotel around the corner and up the street. Go downstairs to eat... More
I stayed in a room across the street from the lobby - part of the hotel. Didn't experience any train noise. St. George's Tavern has good food. Very near the hotel around the corner and up the street. Go downstairs to eat - it's noisy and crowded on the ground floor at the bar. My granddaughter and I had dinner there three times in our five days in London. It's that good.
Have had no experience of requesting a room on a higher floor, so can't say on that point. We had a basement room in the main building which was fine, but absolutely no view. Used the hotel as an excellent base during our... More
Have had no experience of requesting a room on a higher floor, so can't say on that point. We had a basement room in the main building which was fine, but absolutely no view. Used the hotel as an excellent base during our stay, it was really conveniently situated for us. Il Posto, Italian restaurant, about 10 mins walk away was fantastic.