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stayed one night as going to the theatre in the area. easy to find and close to victoria tube. booked 2 triple rooms but got one upgraded for free to a quad room (511). room very spacious for london with 4 single beds. the hotel...More
I stayed there in 2011 and frankly, it's the last time I will ever use a "Comfort" Inn. They put me in a room accross the road, which was obviously a converted scullery, more or less the size of a train sleeping compartment. No room...More
Never seen such a tiny double room. Barely space for two suitcases let alone anywhere to store your clothes apart from a very small, low hanging space. Entering the bathroom required a pirouette around the door to avoid the toilet. A room suitable for an...More
bang opposite the Victoria station. Looks good from outside. Lounge and common areas are compact but clean. I had booked a double room. It was smelly. The smell came from the cold, rank and frankly uninviting bathroom. No chance of a shower then. The towels...More
Good: great location, inexpensive, clean - very clean. Bathrooms sparkled. Absolutely worthwhile. Old, but not dinghy.
Bad: 6 pounds for a meager breakfast. Horribly uncomfortable mattress. A little noisy.
The hotel allows you to store your luggage for a pound per bag all day long...More
US$106 - US$266 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official Star Rating provided by the AA.
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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.
I stayed in a room across the street from the lobby - part of the hotel. Didn't experience any train noise. St. George's Tavern has good food. Very near the hotel around the corner and up the street. Go downstairs to eat... More
I stayed in a room across the street from the lobby - part of the hotel. Didn't experience any train noise. St. George's Tavern has good food. Very near the hotel around the corner and up the street. Go downstairs to eat - it's noisy and crowded on the ground floor at the bar. My granddaughter and I had dinner there three times in our five days in London. It's that good.
Have had no experience of requesting a room on a higher floor, so can't say on that point. We had a basement room in the main building which was fine, but absolutely no view. Used the hotel as an excellent base during our... More
Have had no experience of requesting a room on a higher floor, so can't say on that point. We had a basement room in the main building which was fine, but absolutely no view. Used the hotel as an excellent base during our stay, it was really conveniently situated for us. Il Posto, Italian restaurant, about 10 mins walk away was fantastic.