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We booked a twin room for 7/7/14 to rest up after Wimbledon. Arrived to fine behind elegant outer fascade, tired,dirty corridor s / communist areas. our booked twin became a family room up in attic No. 14 with 4 beds/ bed linen / towels clean....More
I don’t usually write hotel reviews, but since this joint doesn’t provide a TV, and the Wi-Fi is terrible, I’m left with little to do but exercise my fingers. So here goes: Curzon House, the review.
Straight off the bat, let’s clear up the use...More
Pros: Location, price-quality ratio, friendly personal, good Italian restaurant in 250 m walking "Ask Italian".
Mid: more or less common breakfast.
Contras: Room wasn't ready at our arrive - need 40 mins to wait.
Stayed there for 2 nights with my boyfriend and didn't really enjoy it. The walls were so thin that we could hear everything that was going on outside, especially in the morning, since our room was right next to the dining area. It didn't feel...More
There is nothing specifically wrong with this hotel, we just did not enjoy it as we came from a more comfortable and cheaper hotel. The location of this hotel is good, very central, safe neighborhood, but it had an old style heater (and we visited...More
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.