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Dirty stained split mattresses broken sagging divans loose fixtures and fitting no hot water grubby battered dented floors and walls arguing banging and drunken fighting by foriegn men outside are room in night freezing small breakfast area in downstairs basement horrible scary dirty place
Like namesake Tony, the Tudor Blair Inn is not to everyone's tastes... If you like grime, disappointment and bad watercolours, this place might be the one for you.
Upon arrival, guests are treated not to a key, but to a small, brown (a recurring theme...More
I booked this hotel in a good price, and this way I can say that it worth, but otherwise it is very poor quality. The location is fine, appr. 5 minutes walk from Victoria Station. We stayed in Tudor Inn, just the opposite side of...More
This hotel is awful. We stayed on the 3rd floor of the Tudor Inn, there is no lift! We paid extra for an ensuite, the hot water didn't work an when I spoke to reception I was told just to run it as we are...More
Stayed here last night with a friend as we had a works xmas party in Battersea Park, the hotel was cheap and needs work but what do you expect for £60 a night close to Victoria Station, it had a bed, TV, Ensuite with hot...More
US$56 - US$130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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