Belgrave House Hotel
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Well we made took car back no probs then bus to airport terminal next bus to Luton station then train to London.Decided to do a taxi to hotel as felt finding next station too much for on .Sunday. The hotel is great we booked double room with private bathroom and they didn't have one so upgraded us to an apartment. Its lovely nice big widow own …
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At this point, we made our way around some of the gorgeous Notting Hill crescents towards Kensington Palace for our afternoon tea date at The Orangery, a beautiful 18th century greenhouse built by Queen Anne to not just house plants but to serve as a summer supper house and a place for live entertainment. I ...
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... Looks like I'm going home with plenty of pounds!
Saturday night Michelle shouted me to the show Dirty Dancing. I think a lot of the audience were 60s fans and knew the film so well they could say the script along with the actors. I'm pretty sure the three women in front of us were having a girly night out too because they were bopping away to the music, cheering and being complete prats! But at least ...
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Tout à débuter par le concierge qui a essayé de me soutirer les codes de ma carte de crédit sous prétexte de pouvoir prelever les frais en cas de dommages causés dans la chambre. vu notre refus, comme par hasard il nous a dit qu'il y avait une autre solution !! lui donner 20£ et il nous donné un reçu pour recuperer cette somme a la fin de notre séjour.
This 'hotel' is absolutely disgusting. We forfeited the money we paid for it and never slept a night it was so bad. We booked other accomodation close-by.
Hacia 3 meses q teniamos la habitacion reservada y pagada y al llegar ahi nos dijeron q tenian goteras y q no nos la podian dar, mientras entre ellos se reian y decian q habia overboookig!! cuando vieron q les entendiamos se quedaron blancos y nos reconocieron q se la habian dado a otros! n la puerta habia un cartel q decian q habian habitaciones libres, pero el imbecil dl recepcionista decia q no, q solo tenian una doble (eramos 5 personas), mientras discutiamos con el iban llegando otros clientes con reserva y a ninguno le ponian problemas (ninguno era español...)
This place was great! From start to finish during my 4 day stay, my friends and I had great, simple service.
The hotel is very basic, but clean, modern and you really do pay for what yoy get. A simple room, simple amenities, and a good breakfast every morning.
The staff are not the friendliest, but informative and helpful to certain degree. But then again, for the price we paid, we did not expect anything else.
This really is an alternative to an Easy Hotel kind of place.
Would definitely stay again.
I would advise all travellers to avoid this hotel like the plague!!!!
In London for 3 days to attend a friends wedding. Then off to Paris and Spain for official holidays. Found hotel through Google maps. It's basically a bed and breakfast (continental) place on the popular street of Belgrave Road which has many B&B/hotels, 5 mins away from Victoria Station in the Southwest area of London. Which is close to many things like Buckingham Place, The Parliament houses and Big Ben.
My first time in London on one of friday in august, and it was very difficult to find a room but, when I try in Victoria Central London, The Hotel called Belgrave House Hotel, one staff told me: "We are fully booked but you can try in the afternoon if there are some cancellation" This is the first time i saw one staff trying to help me to find a place to sleep tonight otherwise completely all the hotel say " We are full, no room".
Keep in mind the price of the room and central location when you are thinking about this hotel.
A EVITER / AVOID IT
Hotel vraiment très inconfortable !
La propreté laisse à désirer et le mobilier est à renover intégralement (lit horrible : les ressorts vous cassent le dos!).
Par ailleurs, il n'y a pas de toilettes dans les chambres et ceux situés sur le palier sont très sales!
Enfin, il est très difficile de dormir vu le bruit constant qui règne dans cet hôtel (porte qui claque, grincements, et autres bruits bizarres...).
Malgré son bon emplacement, je vous le déconseille fortement.