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Edmonton, Alberta
Reviewed 12 June 2009

You get what you pay for … it’s cheap. And it shows in the upkeep. Hotel Pro’s: Location – you’re a 5 minute walk from Bayswater and Queensway Tube stations (making it easy to get anywhere in the city) and from beautiful Hyde Park (great for people watching and relaxing). Hotel Con’s: Size – I don’t care if my room...

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5Thank LianaS
Sheffield UK
Reviewed 18 November 2008

From the outside it looks good. The location is very good - both for the area around and for excellent access to the tube. In some dim distant past it probably was a good hotel (under different management and a different name). It has clearly had little or no investment in years (though several very large and heavy boxes of...

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5Thank Iain-F
Birmingham
Reviewed 10 November 2008

Hi I've just come back from this hotel. I know most of the reviews are very negative. However, I would challenge anyone else who can get a triple room for £60 a night in the Bayswater area. At the end of the day, the maxim "You get what you pay for" really applies here. Our room was fine. Had clean...

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5Thank darcus
UK
Reviewed 3 November 2008

The hotel is absolute disaster !! Smelly, dirty. Tiny rooms and again very unclean. Bathroom and toilet - well, have no worlds to describe, absolutely below any hygienic standards . Breakfast was served by very unfriendly lady and again lack of cleaning everywhere. So if you don’t want to ruin your impression about London, don’t even think to stay at...

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4Thank angikUk
Sydney
Reviewed 20 October 2008

I had read the reviews before booking this hotel for 4 nights and thought it couldn't be that bad, I was wrong! I was in a room on the 5th floor and was advised that the lift was currently out of order, looking at the sign on the elevator it had been out of order for some time. After finally...

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3Thank peterbishop6
Yorkshire
Reviewed 20 September 2008

I booked this hotel, for a 3 night stay,then read the reviews, Big Mistake. Most of these reviews are not accurate. Ok the hotel is not a 4 star hotel but we paid for a budget one and thats what we got. We paid around £86 per night for a double room bed and breakfast, I have paid alot more...

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1Thank Al1887
Switzerland
Reviewed 26 July 2008

The receptionists were very kind. Elevator was broken, so we had to climbe the dirty stairs four floors every day. The carpets meet the quality of a zero star hotel in Bombay. We think London authorities should close this hotel.

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2Thank LancelotSwitzerland
Wales UK
Reviewed 22 July 2008

We stayed at the An-nur on the Saturday 19th July to see the West End show Lord of the Rings which was the last night of the Musical Show.Ok I know this hotel is a cheap hotel but I would have expected more from it for the price. I have never been so disgusted at a dirty hovel of a...

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2Thank PepiWalesUK
Jacksonville Florida
Reviewed 4 April 2008

We arrived there exactly one month to the day from Sept. 11th. (despite what dates say) Being Americans, this was a clearly Muslim owned hotel..we were the only Christians there, the rooms were complete with little arrows on the ceiling pointing towards Mecca.. besides being filthy..very uncomfortable situation and had we been able to change hotels we would have...

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3Thank grimreeperNJ
London
Reviewed 13 March 2008

When we checked in, receptionist let us choose a room for 2 from 2 different types(double/twin). That was kind of them. The double room was tiny. You could barely walk around a bed. Its bathroom had no tub. Dirty carpet. The next twin room was abit larger, 2 twin beds. One bed blocked a closet doors, so had to push...

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Address: 74 Queensborough Terrace, London W2 3SH, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > London
Hotel Class:3 star — An-Nur Hotel 3*
Number of rooms: 140
Also Known As:
An Nur Anna Hotel
Hotel An Nur Anna
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