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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

OK at 100 pounds a night you can’t expect much nowadays and I did’t get much! I booked this online due to its alleged closeness to London City airport to find that not only is it not that close but it’s not worth staying at anyway. I booked an inland room which was the cheapest availabile but it was only on arrival that I was told it had no window, who builds hotels today without windows? To get one required an up-grade costing an extra 20 pounds a night to which I agreed but then the room was dated, the carpet had come loose from its fixing, the furniture was old and scuffed, the bathroom was a decent size and had a jacuzzi bath but was old and in need of refurbishment. The lifts are inadequate and required a long wait till one arrived. The synthetic leather chairs in the lounge had tears which were patched togethe with sealing tape. Generally, service was OK but on departure concierge were disappointing. They had ordered a cab for a family of 5 that would not take them as it was licensed for 4 passengers maximum. Surely, concierge should know better? Many a time I’ve stayed at Premier Inn actually inside Gatwick airport. While unpretentious it is 40-50 percent cheaper than Britannia. It’s clean, fresh, and serviced with a smile. Brittania should take note of what is required of a property marketed for its proximity to an airport. They’ve seen the last of me.

Room Tip: Higher floors hear less of the train noise but the 9th floor still got som3 of it.
Stayed: June 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank julius705
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Stayed here with my sister for overnite stay on a deal. Very good value for money. The hotel it self needs up do. Looking very worn but it was clean. The staff were friendly and helpful. We had breakfast and dinner and the food was very well cooked and very fresh. Unfortunately where the hotel is it isa bit of walk to get back to Canary Wharf where there are lots of shops and restaurants. Not a good place to stay if you have problem walking. Overall it is very good value if you get a deal.

Stayed: June 2018, travelled with friends
Thank Carolann236
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I paid £120 for a double room with no windows. Yep Windows which was expected but the bed was two singles pushed together with two single duvets.
Damage walls, dirty floor, can hear every other resident around you and the place is generally dated, very dated.
The staff were friendly and helpful with check in but the late evening bar service was terrible and the sandwiches were awful and took 35 minutes to make, it wasn’t busy. When complained about all I got was a shrug so just went to bed.
If it was cheaper and you just want a room then that’s fine. Won’t stay here again.

Stayed: June 2018, travelled with friends
Thank Craig R
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

If you want a dated hotel with peeling wallpaper then this is right up your alley. If you want some amazing single beds put together for a double then this is your hotel. It's great for disabled people in a wheelchair... Access to the bar is perfect, if you have a 4x4 chair... And believe me, if the bar is serving more than two people and you want either a coffee or a cocktail you'll have the lovely response of no. Felt really welcomed there and loved not having a coffee or a cocktail, settling for a beer instead which was fine. Any negative thoughts.... Hmm... The lifts are so slow we had to and used the stairs (sister in wheelchair has to wait!)
If you just need a bed after a gig then go for it. Come again? Nah your OK... Rather sleep on the street

Stayed: June 2018, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Seven of us stayed there for 4 nights whilst on a business trip. On the first night saw a mouse running in the restaurant. My wardrobe door came off the hinge. My colleague's shower sprayed water every where. At breakfast they randomly stopped some of us to sign for breakfast whilst others in my group went in without a fuss. I'm always well dressed! So that's not the reason. Extraordinarily big hotel that must have been a beautiful 5 star hotel in its days. It still looks very busy but terribly outdated and maintenance appears not to be a priority. What a shame as it looks very nice and inviting at the front.

Stayed: June 2018, travelled on business
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