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Avoid at all costs. Tired, scruffy and belongs in the category of 'Dont ever book here.'
Stayed for two nights in a cramped, grubby room which had not been updated for many many years.
One or two of the staff were very welcoming and friendly...More
Had a workking lunch here with a retired colleague. Brilliant location just off Whitehall.
Very busy bar given that it was early afternoon mid week. The first floor restarant was equally busy.
We both had a roast dinner special with bottles of complimentary tap water...More
A big Thank You from the Met Police Walking Club for providing such a superb dinner facility and food last night (7th March 2018). Your food and your service are excellent. Please pass our thanks to your Restaurant Manager André.
I was impressed with the...More
Only the bar menus is available on a Monday as the restuarant is closed. We chose the specials . I had the sea bass and noodles my husband had the brisket and mash. Bother meals were very good and great value. We had a very...More
Been going to the club a long time and always enjoyed the stay. Always stay the 4 nights to get the meal deal. Breakfast and dinner. The Christmas menu looked marvellous and couldn't wait to try it. What they didn't say the restaurant wasn't opening...More
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Response from SuzanneMudd, Guest Relations Manager at Civil Service ClubResponded 21 December 2017
Thankyou for taking the time to leave a review.
The Club is in the middle of a refurbishment program currently updating the rooms on the 5th floor.
Despite the Club being very busy due to the time of year, the 4 day stay still represents...More
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