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Il start by saying I paid £50 for this hotel, £50 for a London ensuite hotel is almost unheard of.
I checked in late about 830pm which was super quick. My room was a single on the top floor so a bit of a walk...More
The best thing about this hotel is it's location. From Kings Cross, you can get to any part of London without much hassle by train, bus or Smart Ride.
The rooms and the toilet were clean. Housekeeping and kitchen staff were excellent. Breakfast was OK....More
Response from John G, Manager at Elmwood HotelResponded 5 days ago
Thanks for your review towards your recent stay at London Elmwood hotel.
we really appreciate your positive comments towards location, service and staff
and sharing your opinion online with other travelers,
we promise to deal positively with the small issues you mentioned ,
Only two minutes walk from Kings Cross St. Pancras Station, the hotel is easy reach. The check in was smooth and staff were good. The room was basic which is ok as it is all I needed for a quick two night stay. However, the...More
Very disappointing family room. So small and very dirty.
1.Bathroom-Toilet roll holder broken and toilet rolls sat on top of system. No holder in tooth brush holder or other accessories on wall. Terrible ventilation in bathroom due to size and black mood all on walls...More
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Response from John G, Owner at Elmwood HotelResponded 5 days ago
Thanks for your review towards your recent stay, and please accept my apology for any inconvenience
caused during your stay at Elmwood hotel , we will take your comment very serious and I promise that we will deal
with all issues you mentioned regarding your...More
This hotel was adequate for what we needed, stayed for 3 nights in February. The room was tiny, bed deffinatley wasn't a double.
Breakfast was "interesting" if you like toast you will be fine.
Conveniently close to Kingscross/st pancreas literally a 5 minute walk.
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
Yes , leaving they key and the front desk it makes sort of communication between you and the front desk , and if you lose your key outside the hotel will must replace the whole door lock , in order to secure the room again... More
Yes , leaving they key and the front desk it makes sort of communication between you and the front desk , and if you lose your key outside the hotel will must replace the whole door lock , in order to secure the room again, also according to fire regulation in case of fire , if your room key is hanged on the hotel key board thisbis means that you are out the hotel so fire fighters will go to the room following which is the key not hanged on the key board , also when you receive messages or letters it is kept a long withyiur room key at the key board.
So that is why you should leave the room key.