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This hotel is one of a kind, absolutely beautiful, and I felt special being able to stay here. We booked a superior room for around £170, plus spent an extra £50 on room service, mini bar, honesty bar drinks.
From the minute we arrived, staff...More
I stayed in the Sir Thomas Gresham room which was nicely appointed. It's furnished tastefully. The bed was very comfortable. I enjoyed the traditional bath (this is not a hotel for people who only like showers). Good quality complementary toiletries. Great location. Efficient and helpful...More
If you want a somewhere with all the frills then please avoid this place. We however loved it. No restaurant, simple honour bar, minimal room service. But, it is like staying in a friends city townhouse. Quirky yes, old but well maintained yes, full of...More
I like this area of London as it's got some great restaurants (St John, Modern Pantry, Sushi Tetsu). After walking past this pretty hotel for years, I decided to book it for my husband's birthday. We had a superiour room but were surprised, like some...More
I was staying in a corner room at the top of the hotel. Despite what appeared to be secondary glazing, the room was very noisy, with noise until the early hours from people eating outside restaurants and bars below, and then from about 3am with...More
Owing to its proximity to Smithfield Market – the site of an ancient meat market which remains in operation today – Clerkenwell boasts a plethora of globally renowned restaurants, fabulous local eateries, and some of London's favorite pubs. This isn't merely a focal point for all things foodie though. Spend enough time wondering through the area's maze of streets and you might become accustomed to the litany of slinky
models passing between Clerkenwell's handful of fashion houses. Far outnumbering the models are craftspeople and designers, many of them are more than happy to welcome visitors into their studios and showrooms.
I don' think the hotel has a designated parking area, but I am sure you can check on the internet for parking garages in the area (Smithfield Market). Of course the parking may cost more than the room!
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"We asked for a quiet room and got one (with a view of Save the Children UK)."