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Whilst I will say that this hotel is very clean and in a good location it is ridiculously small. Whatever you do never stay in a room next to the train track - as our room actually vibrated and shook all night so that we...More
We have been at the Comfort Inn - Buckingham Palace Road for two nights now - two more to go. We are very pleased with our hotel choice. It's small, of course, but clean and cozy. The shower is tiny, but private. The location is...More
Location is great and room rate was most reasonable
Early check-in was no problem. Service and assistance from reception was excellent.
Light / included breakfast was also good.
Small but well appointed room - very comfortable.
At such a low price my expectations were low too but the rooms were clean and had all the basics including shower gel and a hairdryer (which a travelodge doesn't provide). The rooms were a bit small but I didn't mind. The only negative is...More
Whilst I initially tried to check in at this hotel's close neighbour - Comfort Inn Victoria (which actually looked quite nice) - I eventually found the Buckingham Palace Road branch of the chain and inquired about the possibitiy of an early check in. The manager...More
US$97 - US$253 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Time spent in Pimlico is a slower-paced affair than most other Central London neighbourhoods. This largely residential area orderly arranged beside the Thames, is a treasure trove of quaint pubs, subtle architectural charms and local boutiques. Here, art lovers thrill at the chance to visit the world class Tate Britain gallery for its collection of British art from the 1500s to the present. For peace and quiet and
some downtime spent along the Thames, Pimlico is highly recommended.
I stayed in a room across the street from the lobby - part of the hotel. Didn't experience any train noise. St. George's Tavern has good food. Very near the hotel around the corner and up the street. Go downstairs to eat... More
I stayed in a room across the street from the lobby - part of the hotel. Didn't experience any train noise. St. George's Tavern has good food. Very near the hotel around the corner and up the street. Go downstairs to eat - it's noisy and crowded on the ground floor at the bar. My granddaughter and I had dinner there three times in our five days in London. It's that good.
Have had no experience of requesting a room on a higher floor, so can't say on that point. We had a basement room in the main building which was fine, but absolutely no view. Used the hotel as an excellent base during our... More
Have had no experience of requesting a room on a higher floor, so can't say on that point. We had a basement room in the main building which was fine, but absolutely no view. Used the hotel as an excellent base during our stay, it was really conveniently situated for us. Il Posto, Italian restaurant, about 10 mins walk away was fantastic.