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This is maybe the 2nd review I've left in my life, but the experience here was so disastrous I have to share. I also saw these 4 star reviews on Tripadvisor and thought it should be good / at least ok. However there is no...More
The start of our minimoon was from this service apartment on Prince Court Kensington.
The service is fairly good. The room is excellent with a good view. Drinking water is not provided. Strange.
There is a heater but no air conditioner.
Location is very good,...More
This was my first trip to London, and I chose this hotel, The location was great which made it very easy to walk around and do many tourist things. The Big Bus, passed about two or thee blocks maximum, which was great to see the...More
We found the Grand Plaza just after we checked into an Apartment that was filthy. We previewed a couple rooms till we found one that would fit our needs (Family of 5). The beds were clean and comfortable. We stayed 3 nights. After our first...More
Room was nice and spacious. However found check in service very rude. Also as the room was for 3 people they had laid a stretcher out that was rock hard and lopsided in the middle of the floor. Also then fan did not work and...More
US$147 - US$246 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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