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I expected 'basic', but the hotel is very old, neglected and reasonably unpleasant to stay in. The front door staff were pretty blunt and unfriendly and every time I walked in seemed to be engaged in deep conversation with somebody and didn't even notice my...More
Very dated and shabby hotel. Location is perfect for Kings Cross/St Pancras, and the price is great, but to be honest I'd rather pay a bit extra and have a better room.
The bed was really uncomfortable, with only 1 pillow and no spares available....More
Having just returned from a 2 night stay with my husband this hotel is definitely a bit dated & badly needing refurbished, Stayed in room 40 which is on the top floor so not suitable for the less mobile as no lifts in the property....More
Great hotel the rooms are nice and clean we had a hospitality tray and towel bring your own shower stuff as you only get a bar of soap .there is ground floor rooms as their is a few flights of stairs to climb.hot breakfast is...More
Perfect location at kings cross, clean and good value for money. It’s a tiny hotel, more like a house but perfect for a few nights on a low budget because we spent very little time in the room apart from sleeping it was ideal
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and
I have stayed at Belgrove Hotel last year. You may book a double room , but let me tell you that your will get uncomfortable since Its a Queen Bed . Also the rooms have hardly any space for an mattress. What you... More
I have stayed at Belgrove Hotel last year. You may book a double room , but let me tell you that your will get uncomfortable since Its a Queen Bed . Also the rooms have hardly any space for an mattress. What you can do is to book a family room or simply put up with one night's discomfort.
Happy vacation !.