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This hotel was booked by my friend. Its in a Lovley English type Street. Easy to find as near Victoria station. The bedrooms are compact.especially the ensuite.no hand towels provided. But extra bath towels available on request.no phone in room or hairdryer. Room I was...More
our room was very small and not the cleanest. the first room we checked into had a plumbing problem (waste water from toilet coming up into shower) and so we had to change rooms. Seems plumbing is a problem in this hotel and some rooms...More
We booked a twin room on the lower ground floor and it was very spacious. Very clean too. Great tea and coffee making facilities too - believe me you don't always get these at some London hotels. 3 minute walk to Victoria station and coach...More
Booked in for one night after finding a good deal online. On arrival not warmest, was booked in and given 3rd floor room in their next door section of hotel 102 Ebury Street. Entered room to find guests in their and room had been double...More
This was not a hotel, but a building with rooms. My basement room was big enough for an elf. It was supposedly a double room, so that would have been for 2 elves. The cord from the hairdryer wasn't long enough to reach the mirror...More
US$90 - US$219 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Home to the vast majority of embassies and diplomatic residences in London, sophisticated and upscale Belgravia also boasts a wealth of luxury hotels, fine dining restaurants, and some of the city’s most stroll worthy lanes. While the prices here are high, taking a leisurely stroll through the streets of picturesque and elegant white stucco houses is free. Hyde Park and the Buckingham Palace Gardens are only a stone's throw
away to the north, and some of Europe’s best shopping is nearby as well.