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I stayed for one night when returning to London from the US. Upon arrival, the receptionist first couldn't have been less interested in checking me in.
The room was somewhat clean - very basic and was enough for a night. Wouldn't stay longer than that...More
What a great hotel. The staff are very friendly and helpful. I opted for a single room as I just needed somewhere to lay my head. It was a good size & very clean. The bed was comfy & the room had it's own temperature...More
I've stayed here on a couple of occasions. It's clean, it's safe and the beds are comfortable BUT the rooms are quite small, not particularly warm and last night I didn't have a bedside light. So the rooms could be better. And then there are...More
Spent 1 night here on a visit to Cadogan Hall. Rented a private parking space 15 mins walk away as parking is very limited/non existent in this area. The hotel has 2 buildings and we were across the road from the main reception. Breakfast is...More
I spent three nights here. I was given room 513 in the building across from the main reception. I had a single room. The room was tiny but extremely clean and functional. The bedroom has a very firm single bed, tv, desk, hanging space, safe,...More
Time spent in Pimlico is a slower-paced affair than most other Central London neighbourhoods. This largely residential area orderly arranged beside the Thames, is a treasure trove of quaint pubs, subtle architectural charms and local boutiques. Here, art lovers thrill at the chance to visit the world class Tate Britain gallery for its collection of British art from the 1500s to the present. For peace and quiet and
some downtime spent along the Thames, Pimlico is highly recommended.
St. George's Tavern has good food. I took my 15 year old granddaughter there three times during our week staying at the Comfort Inn. Just go around the corner to the left and walk up High Street to the corner. Go downstairs... More
St. George's Tavern has good food. I took my 15 year old granddaughter there three times during our week staying at the Comfort Inn. Just go around the corner to the left and walk up High Street to the corner. Go downstairs to eat. The bar is crowded and noisy on the main floor. There are several convenience stores on Buckingham Palace Road on the way to Victoria Station.
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"Think about whether you want a double or larger etc if you have baggage etc"