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I'll begin with the good news:
The George is very well located; near the underground and major bus routes, it is surrounded by very nice restaurants, some of them quite inexpensive.
Our room looked out on Cartwright Gardens. It was very pleasant to see and...More
Response from London_Hotels_011, Owner at The George HotelResponded 3 November 2011
I want to thank the reviewer for his kind comments about the service and the breakfasts but need to explain the reason for the poor quality desk that happened to be in the room.
The previous occupant had requested a desk and a member of...More
I was pretty surprised by how small the rooms were, but once I got over that, I was happy with my experience. The service was great, the staff going above and beyond the call of duty to meet my needs. Breakfast was nice, beds comfortable...More
Stayed at the George Hotel over the weekend and was very pleased with the following: 1) location ,location location 2) cleanliness 3) Staff 4) overall value
Yes, the rooms are a bit small, the shared bathroom could be a bit more comfortable and the breakfast...More
The location and cleanliness of the George Hotel are the only redeeming features - but these are important in London - so I'd stay there again.
But this is an odd hotel with odd staff. It is indeed within a lovely Grade 2 listed building....More
We stayed three nights and found the accommodation adequate. The location is great - close to British Museum, Tube etc. Our room was basic and the en suite quite small but not a problem. Breakfast was very good.
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and