Myself and my partner arrived for a weekend stay as we were house hunting in a nearby area. We requested a King Room and ended up with a twin with no possibility of changing as the hotel "was booked out", which may have been true but I can't recall ever seeing a hotel so quiet over an entire weekend.
Everything about the hotel was overpriced - £15 for 24 hours of wi-fi in rooms in 2014 is a joke, especially when it was slow and constantly disconnecting, and the food was so overpriced it was obscene - my burger was burnt, the Turkey Club sandwich was terrible, and the coffee came in a tiny cup, 4 drinks and it was done. I also wanted to purchase breakfast but for £18.50 I couldn't justify being ripped off anymore, my girlfriend only wanted tea and toast so what option did she have?
Everything else is standard.
Unless you are there to see rugby (we weren't and there was none this weekend) the location is also rubbish - there is nothing in Twickenham, the selection of places to eat is abysmal, you could stay in places in the city for the same price or slightly more. I will be next time.
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