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Gresham Hotel

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Glasgow
Reviewed 17 August 2006

Saw the reviews on this web site and started to worry. Got there, checked in, 10 minutes later checked out. The three of us (on business) got put on the second floor, in rooms the size of a shoe box, a sink in the corner, a communal showers and toilets in the hall. The shower rooms are filthy with more...

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Near London, England
Reviewed 8 August 2006

We booked this hotel via activehotels(--) and really wish we'd checked TripAdvisor first. From the outside the hotel looks okay, but as soon as you step into the foyer, and your eyes take in the 1970s wood panelling and the built-in reception booth, you know it's going to be an experience. The chap on reception was very helpful and friendly,...

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3Thank Spacevamp
Surrey
Reviewed 29 May 2006

Avoid this hotel at all costs. Venere booked me in here as an alternative to the nearby Naylands Hotel (which is very good value) which they overbooked. The Gresham was only a few doors up the street but it was worlds away at every level. Staff were pleasant enough given the circumstances, but the hotel was run down, dirty carpets,...

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bournemouth
1 review
3 helpful votes
Reviewed 6 March 2006

We arrived early to find that the room was not ready. So we were given the options for leaving bags behind bar, which was open for all to steal, or leave it in the room. We of cause choose the room. Even we were told the room was untied it did not prepare us for what we saw. It looks...

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Northern Ireland
1 review
9 helpful votes
Reviewed 5 October 2004

Small hotel- seemd ok at first but after checking in the lift was out of order. The stair carpets were absolutely covered in dark stains on each floor- really bad looking - have these people heard of shampoo/soap/Vanish??? Created a really bad impression before reaching your room. Rooms were small and walls thin. A plastic vending machine cup provided in...

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Scotland
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10 helpful votes
Reviewed 2 July 2004

I should have smelled a rat! At £40 for a "basic" single room I should have known what to expect in central London. I wouldn't have walked on the carpet in my room without my shoes on. The shower in the corridor nearest my room had what was like strobe lighting and there was no curtain. The cooked breakfast consisted...

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Reviewed 9 June 2004

I had the misfortune to stay in this terrible excuse for a hotel in June 2004. Everything was dirty or broken, the management unhelpful, and the ensuite facilities (for which I paid extra) amounted to a plastic cubicle in the corner of the room, complete with broken shower. The cost? £55 per night. Just one month earlier I had paid...

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NY, NY
1 review
14 helpful votes
Reviewed 9 January 2004

This hotel is, by far, the worst hotel I have ever stayed in. First, we stayed on a floor which had three shared bathrooms for the floor. This would have been fine however one bathroom had no lock, the other bathroom had a light that did not work, and the third bathroom did not have a shower curtain and had...

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beaumont, texas
2 reviews
14 helpful votes
Reviewed 23 August 2003

the gresham hotel was a wonderful place to stay. everyone there was so helpful, polite and friendly. the room was clean, cool and food excellent. i would recommend it to everyone going to london...thanks for making my trip so pleasant and will be going again soon.

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Address: 10 Hanger Lane, London W5 3HH, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > London
Number of rooms: 10
Also Known As:
Gresham Hotel Hanger Lane
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“never go here, it is crap”
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