Jesmond Dene Hotel

Address: 27 /29 Argyle Street, London, England, WC1H 8EP, United Kingdom | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located in the Mayfair/Soho/West End area of London, is near British Library, Regent's Canal, Foundling Museum, and Gay's the Word.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Jesmond Dene Hotel London

      Excellent Family Hotel


      We spent a week in London with our children and this B&B was a very good solution.

      It is very close with tube and quite confortable.

      Thank you for the kind hospitality. :-)

      Excellent little hotel


      Just stayed two nights 20th-21st some time last year, hottest days of the year, when I returned from a days training they had put a fan in my room, very thoughtful and very welcome. Won't hesitate to book again ESPECIALLY when I'm in the area. Clean and friendly and for a man travelling on his own it felt very safe. I will certainly recommend to friends and colleagues. Many thanks

      Superb Hotel


      I stayed for four nights at the Jesmond Dene Hotel ans I found it very pleasant and practical with a very friendly and helpful staff, who commented the lost of my rooms and hotels key with a understanding smile. Very good value for money and warmly to recommend. :-)

      A sound choice


      I used this site to pick this hotel and I agree with the generally positive remarks. We stayed at the Jesmond Dene with our 8-month old baby and found it clean, comfortable and welcoming. It's very simple but it's all you need for a place to spend the night during a busy London vistit. For the price, it would be difficlut to ask for any better!

      Not for a familly


      We had a stay there with our children and my parents, but it's realy not for a familly.

      It's maybe a good hotel for young people. We had 2 rooms, one big room for 4 and a extremly small room for my parents. Rooms are not so clean and bathroom was extremly small. I couldn't close the door when I was seat on the toilet (I have long legs) and I even don't talk about the shower. We stayed one night and we change the hotel next morning. Breakfast was good. I recommand this hotel for young people with a little budget.

      Very good choice


      Very nice hotel for reasonable price. Excellent breakfast every morning, didn't have to wait for seats 4 mornings out of 5. Quite small rooms but I guess tourists use hotels basically to sleep overnight as we did. Very quiet place, no disturbing at night both from the street and from hotels guests or staff. People who own this place were very friendly, daily room-cleaning. And location of the hotel is good, close to British Museum and the very center of the city.

      If visiting London again I'm positive I'd stay at Jesmond Dene.

      Excellent value for money


      excellent value for money yes the rooms are small but our room provided everything that we needed. shower toilet tv and tea and coffee. the hotel is very clean and the breakfast was excellent served to the table and endless tea coffee and toast! the staff were very friendly and helpful, advising where to eat at the night time and recommended a great italian restaurant. we have to come back to london in a few months time and will not hesitate to stay again. after having stayed in a hotel previously where you would not let a dog stay we were of course wary about this one because of the cheapness but are so glad now that we stayed. thank you

      Good location, but very small rooms!


      During our mid-July vacation in London, we stayed 4 nights at this hotel. The rooms are clean.but the toilet was only about 3 feet X 3.5 feet!

      Breakfast was good, but I would not recommend this hotel in the summer, as rooms are not air-conditioned.

      Good place, nice staff


      This friendly place is comfortable, cheap, and in a good situation. I liked my stay there because the owners were calm and caring people. The hotel is in a disctrict where there are a lot of hotels, and this one is definitely a good pick! The only thing is that before you arrive, you may get lost in the little streets there, but you'll get used to it rapidly. Thanks. Daniel

      Clean and Friendly


      If you are on a budget and only need basic, clean accomodation with friendly, helpful staff, then this is an ideal place to stay. The furniture could be updated but the bedding was immaculate. And if you like a good old English Breakfast to kick start your day then you cant go wrong here.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Jesmond Dene Hotel London

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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