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We visited the hotel before christmas. The location was amazing and so close to ox street only 1 min walk. Still second night the fire alarm started to ring, some of customers fainted... We rushed to a doctor and no one came to see if...More
I stayed there last September. Although the rooms are small and the stairs are too narrow, the staff is really helpful and hospitable. The cafe serves the breakfast. The atmosphere is warm and welcoming. The hotel is located very well close to the subway. The...More
It may have a good location but the staff are rude and unhelpful. The décor is dated and very small. Overall a very bad experience from booking through to the stay. My advise is to stay ANYWHERE but here!!!
It's a quite small hotel, all the rooms are more or less different, but it's clean, comfortable beds, central (Close to Debenhams and New Bond street, just behind Oxford Street) The breakfast is in a Pizza restaurant, that also makes very good pizza!
I was shoopping in London with my Daughter and found the room really good value for money. Close to Oxford Street, Friendly reception, Clean and comfortable rooms. Steep stairs so not good for disabled people.
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Response from Kt1988ireland | Reviewed this property |
Hi I was visiting from Ireland so didn't have a car with me to park so not sure exactly if they offer it and if they do where it is..but I'm sure if you look up the website of the hotel and view their amenities, or maybe... More
Hi I was visiting from Ireland so didn't have a car with me to park so not sure exactly if they offer it and if they do where it is..but I'm sure if you look up the website of the hotel and view their amenities, or maybe email the hotel to see? It's literally on Oxford street though just down a side street so maybe look up the closest car parks to Blenheim street also?
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