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Booked to stay here for 3 nights - would not stay here for 3 minutes! A reception desk no more than a grubby counter with a Manager behind the desk, who handed over his Master Key and told us to go up to our room...More
Booked to stay at this Hotel 13th October 2007.All the websites rate this as a 2 or 3 star hotel. Do not go near the place. Un inhabitable , dirty smelly place. On turning back the bed sheets the matress was stained with urine and...More
Imagine the worst hotel you have ever stopped in....... this is 100 times worse!
We arrived just as a tube train passed below. I think I can still feel the vibrations now. I know, that's not the hotels fault but it didn't help.
There are only two reasons to stay at the Blue Bell Hotel in Paddington/ Kenningston area. They are price and location. If you are expecting anything more, stay elsewhere! The hotel is very basic having been converted from a large private residence. It is relatively...More
My boyfriend and I spent 2 nights in summer 2007, 1 night in the twin bedroom and 1 night in the double bedroom.
Before checking into this hotel, we had read a range of reviews. Hence, we had insisted on a room above ground level...More
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