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As other reviews have said very basic small rooms, need facelift, but the staff were so friendly and helpful, nothing was too much trouble. Even tried to fix the tv for me and eventually brought in a brand new one and set it up. But...More
When we checked in, our room was upstairs but the receptionist took pity on us with our luggage and found a room on ground floor. Very small but typical for the area and well priced to match. The aim was to be close to the...More
I was in town for one night, and this does the job for one night. Can't say I'd enjoy staying any more than that. I arrived in town early and was able to leave my bag there until my room was ready, as I wanted...More
Great location right by Kings X Station,
Cheap price (for London in a prime location)
Includes a full English breakfast buffet
Warm & bed was comfy
In poor state with holes in the floor, ripped wallpaper,
Small box room,...More
Pleased to be given a room on the ground floor, as I have mobility issues. Breakfast good, and included in the room rate. Staff friendly, if a little uninvolved. Location could not be more convenient, and very handy for public transport (we caught the bus...More
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
I have stayed at Belgrove Hotel last year. You may book a double room , but let me tell you that your will get uncomfortable since Its a Queen Bed . Also the rooms have hardly any space for an mattress. What you... More
I have stayed at Belgrove Hotel last year. You may book a double room , but let me tell you that your will get uncomfortable since Its a Queen Bed . Also the rooms have hardly any space for an mattress. What you can do is to book a family room or simply put up with one night's discomfort.
Happy vacation !.
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"I do not believe any room would be better than another but a ground floor room may be safer."