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The reception desk says it is open from 1pm - 9pm everyday, having arrived at 3pm and finding there was no one at the desk I called the 24hr number as was told that someone would be there in 10 mins. 20 mins later and...More
Thank Graham C
Response from VincentGerighty, General Manager at Fraser Residence BishopsgateResponded 27 October 2016
Dear Graham C. We sincerely apologise that you had a poor experience. This was not up to our normal standards and we have taken steps to ensure this does not occur again. We hope you will give us another opportunity and look forward to hearing...More
We had previously stayed in Fraser Suites Sydney and were very impressed. However, Fraser Residence Bishopsgate did not live up to our expectations. It was very small, dark and right above an all day breakfast club, which was noisy at times. It had no staff...More
I came late sunday evening, when the reception was closed, but the self-checkin service was fab! Although, I had to both e-mail them and call them in advance before getting my instructions, which was a bit stressful. I was afraid to turn up in London...More
Stayed here for a few nights last week, as it's very near where I was working in Exchange Sq. I've stayed in various hotels around Liverpool St / Shoreditch / Tower Hill over the last 6 months and this really stood out as a quiet...More
I stayed here on a work trip for 2 weeks in May. Despite the hussle and noise of bishopsgate, with the shops, pubs and Liverpool St station, the apartment was quiet. I had masses of space in my 1 bedroom appartment, and felt quite safe...More
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