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Room not clean; walls with cracks,holes and dirt as well as numerous areas needing painted. Mirror broken on one closet door, other closet door fell off when I opened it. Bathroom vent caked with dirt and debris...I sneezed all night. Toilet seat broken. Went downstairs...More
Me and my partner had a lovely stay at St. George's Pimlico for one night. We wanted a hotel that was close to Victoria train station, this hotel was only a 15min walk or a 3min tube ride from the station. We found that the...More
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Stayed here for one night whilst in London for work. The location of this hotel is fantastic- central Pimlico.
The hotel is split between two buildings that are a few doors apart. Reception is located in one and the majority of the rooms in another....More
I stayed one night. The room was small but clean and it was a perfect crash pad after a long flight. The breakfast was excellent. After I checked out the next morning they watched over my luggage until 4pm and staff were very helpful with...More
Will definitely return, location was fantastic, friendly staff rooms were small but clean was very happy with the accommodation and the cost.
Breakfast was very nice and a friendly environment and so close to the tube, also felt very safe walking around the area with...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.