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Chiswick Court Hotel
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Reviewed 5 August 2013

small rooms/beds/shower.. very quiet staff who kept to themselves.
Complementary breakfast, was just white toast, jams, coffee and tea.. very bland.
We paid £50 for the room.. so you get what you pay for..
Overall wasn't too bad! I wouldn't have wanted to stay there alone, as the staff barely said a word, or greeted me.

  • Stayed: July 2013
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1  Thank Jen h
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Reviewed 14 June 2013

Took kids to London and wanted to stay in London but without spending out loads of money just for a bed for the night. This hotel was funny - like ha ha - the H of the hotel was gone making it an OTEL - and there was a plastic christmas decoration cellotaped to the door (in April???) - it looked like fawlty towers! The staff unfortunately were not at all welcoming and seemed quite annoyed that we were there really. The room we had (the family room) was large with lots of very old second hand furniture - but it was very clean and tidy and the sheets and towels were exceptionally clean. The whole setup of this place is rather run down, very cheaply decorated and without any welcoming touches. The "continental" breakfast was weak tea, coffee, watered down orange and white toast with jam - and thats it!! There were no tea or coffee making facilities in the room but suprisingly a normal sized fridge. Me and the kids had a laugh at this place as it was like staying in a hostel, but perfectly doable although I wouldnt want to stay more than a couple of nights and I wont be returning!! All that said - it was fair for the price.

Room Tip: The family room is large and I the bathroom was ok - Its worth having this room.
  • Stayed: April 2013, travelled with family
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Thank Sue P
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Reviewed 7 May 2013

Last minute trip to London and a room at this place was all that was available. Room was small, dingy, and incredibly hot. We could not figure out how to turn down the heater, so we slept with the window open all night. The location was the hotel was quite nice, and not far from a good pub. It was also nice to have our own restroom in the room. Did not try breakfast. Brought our own blankets to sleep on, as other peoples hair who slept on the bed before us is just not my cup of tea.

  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Mabalch
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Reviewed 7 April 2013

This is a cheap, old hotel, it's incredibly handy for travelling in & around London, and it's not all bad news.

1) We stayed for 7 nights in a double room with shower. There were 2 single beds and one double bed in a room actually only really big enough for a double bed. So it was a little cramped. The bathroom\shower was clean and fresh smelling, although the shower water was consistently too hot, & we were unable to cool it down. The room was draughty, but clean. The bed linen clean also. The room smelled fresh and was cleaned every day. There was a good minibar sized fridge, ideal for our style of travel - making our own lunch & having a sandwich at night if we feel like it, instead of eating out. The place is reasonably quiet, both with other guests, and neighbourhood. Also the room had a big TV with remote and a variety of channels.

2) Breakfast : white bread toast (4 whole slices each, which is enough), butter, a variety of jams, tea, coffee, bottled water & orange juice. Be prepared and take your own cheese, marmite etc. if you want more - that's what we did and it worked well.

3) Just outside the door & around the corner is a bus stop (routes 94 & 272) that takes you into central London (94 goes to Piccadilly Circus, 272 goes to Shepherds Bush\White City and local destinations). 10 minutes slow, easy walk to the local underground station (Turnham Green, District line). So it's very handy for London travelling & sightseeing.

4) Staff friendly & helpful - if you want something - ask for it. I wanted to make tea etc. in my room, I asked for a kettle, got it with a smile, also milk, teabags, coffee sachets & sugar, gratis. Talk to the staff, I don't think they're used to it, but they like it :)

5) The downside was definitely the hot shower and the draughty windows - it was very cold during our stay and although the big radiator in the room was on full ( and HOT!), there were still cold draughts coming in from the windows. The plumbing needs attention, as do the window frames.

6) It *IS* cheap, so bear that in mind - don't expect top quality, because you're certainly not paying for it, or getting it - you're paying for a warm bed, somewhere reasonably peaceful to sleep, handy location and an OK breakfast. You do get those. And it *was* clean. The end.

And...there is a handy restaurant just next door to Turnham Green underground station - 'Lara Restaurant'. It's upstairs above a take-away bar and fish & chip shop. This is an *excellent* Turkish & Mediterranean restaurant - don't be put off the the take-aways downstairs (although they are excellent also). This is a quality restaurant, excellent food, very, very good value for money and with friendly, willing staff. A total surprise and revelation :)

  • Stayed: April 2013, travelled as a couple
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7  Thank nick e
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Reviewed 5 March 2013

Chose this hotel as it was close by a course I was attending with a collegue, so we decided to share a room - well you could loosely call it a room , more like a cupboard with 2 single beds in it really. Beds were opposite each other with only room for one of use to stand up at a time. No kettle in the room so we had to ask for one and when we plugged it in we got a blue spark !!, luckily we were drinking herbal tea so had bought our own tea bags with us. There was a pointless fridge in the room which did not work, so just taking up premium space, and the tv was an old portable with a some sort of free view box, which only worked if one of us held the lead up in the air. The only plus for us was the the bedsheets were clean, but the carpet was filthy and we both kept our socks on the whole time. We went out for dinner and stayed out as long as possible as the the heating was full on and the room was really stuffy. We got back and got to bed only to hear someone in the next room being ill (yuk), We were on the ground floor at the front (room 8) and only single glazing on a busy road so heard everything outside and, my colleague had a draft coming up under the covers all night so she did not sleep a wink. We had been told on arrival having paid our 50 pounds that continental breakfast was included - big joke - we got tea or coffee , orange juice and toast (white no choice) and jam. Personally I thought this was a hotel for workmen away from home , who work , and sleep and buy their breakfast at a cafe. A terrible experience that I would not wish to repeat. !

Room Tip: Choose another hotel !
  • Stayed: February 2013, travelled on business
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1  Thank Julia B
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