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My husband and I stayed at The Oxford Hotel in Earl's Court for just a night. We needed somewhere convenient at a good price. The Oxford fit the bill. The double room we had was small (no cat swinging here!), but adequate for a short...More
We arrived after check-in time and were checked in quickly without any problems. Staff were very polite and helpful. Our room (314) was supposed to be a double but was just two singles pushed together but this wasn't a major issue. Room was clean with...More
The room was not ready at check-in time, which was surprising given that it was so small it would have taken 5 minutes to clean. The room only just fitted a double bed in. The bed cover looked grimy. The windowless room had an aircon...More
Response from Ramses A, General Manager at Oxford Hotel LondonResponded 14 April 2016
This hotel was not ours until July 2007. In 2010, the hotel was fully refurbished and again in 2013. So any reviews up to May 2010 should be completely disregarded.
We have asked Trip Advisor to remove reviews relating to the previous ownership...More
Travelling with a family of 5 we had 2 rooms on the 3rd floor. The hotel was in a quiet street in a good location around the corner from the tube and a raft of restaurants etc. Staff very helpful in providing tourist tips and...More
We were not sure what to expect (would we have our own bathroom?) when we booked the big room for 4 people. Just coming from a cruise, we were worried.
But the room was big and airy, with high ceilings and lots of light from...More
Absolutely not. You can't park your car in the entire street or neighborhood. It's all for residents only. We had a car and had to drive 5 minutes to the Ibis Hotel, then walk back 15 minutes to this place, twice a day. If... More
Absolutely not. You can't park your car in the entire street or neighborhood. It's all for residents only. We had a car and had to drive 5 minutes to the Ibis Hotel, then walk back 15 minutes to this place, twice a day. If you have a car, stay at the Ibis Hotel. It costs only a little more, but is worth it!