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Hotel Very run down an like a rabbit warren with rooms everywhere - some appeared to have at least 5 occupants! Staff polite but we were the only 5 English speaking people in the place! VERY small rooms and very noisy residents. Only white bread...More
The hotel it run down and dirty. I complained about my room and was told that if I didn't like it I could leave and find another hotel. They refused to give me a refund when I said I would do that and refused to...More
I honestly don't even know where to start. The price was a warning, and we knew that it wouldn't be the most luxurious hotel. But NOTHING could have prepared me for what was to come.
First of all the receptionist who greeted us was indescribably...More
As you see the test of the private hotelpolice its terrible , how to get sick on a quick way , it looks like that the desktable is the cleanest , the bed bath floor and doorhandle is unbelievable , incl the atttitude of the...More
I was at this hotel yesterday, to visit a friend, the receptionist was rude , considering the hotel is very old ugly and run down , he should be grateful I even walked in . Never stay here , this hotel should close it's an...More
Time spent in Pimlico is a slower-paced affair than most other Central London neighbourhoods. This largely residential area orderly arranged beside the Thames, is a treasure trove of quaint pubs, subtle architectural charms and local boutiques. Here, art lovers thrill at the chance to visit the world class Tate Britain gallery for its collection of British art from the 1500s to the present. For peace and quiet and
some downtime spent along the Thames, Pimlico is highly recommended.