Cherry Court Hotel

23 Hugh St , Victoria , London, SW1 V 1QJ , United Kingdom
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Good place to stay

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 24, 2006

I recently stayed here for four nights in March 2006 and I don't think I could have possibly done better for my first trip to London. It's a family run B&B and they seem to be doing a good job at it. Breakfast was a food basket containing three pieces of fruit, a muesli or granola bar, cookies, and a pouch of "Kapri Sonne". Free internet in the lobby, which was handy when we were in search of information. The two singles had ensuite facilities. Some other rooms had to share facilities. We were provided two keys, one for the front door and one for the room. Our quoted reservations were 45 GBP/night per room. If you have food allergies or a specific diet, I recommend using the Sainsbury's in Victoria Station to bring back snacks or drinks to the hotel.

Unique Quality: Based on my sister's recommendation, my mother and I decided to book the two single rooms that the CCH has. One was by the check in desk, which unfortunately lets you hear everyone's comings and goings. The other was on the top/4th floor which is quite a haul with a suitcase as the stairwell is narrow. The rooms that we had were small, but clean. The top room was very warm, even in March, which I rectified by leaving the window open in 40 F weather for a couple of hours. TV in room, four channels. Small bathrooms. Because of the nature of the conversion from big house to B&B some aspects of the rooms don't make sense. My mother's bathroom door only had one pull or knob, on the outside. When she was entertaining she had to have somebody close the door for her. If you're planning on sharing a room with a travel mate who you are not intimately involved, I suggest trying to get the single rooms. Using the bathroom leaves almost nothing to the imagination of those not using it. Otherwise everything was fine. Plus, being located in Westminster, it's still within decent distance to Buckingham Palace and due to Victoria Station (Zone 1) it's only a short jaunt to Westminster Abbey/Parliament, Tower of London and a few other hot tourist spots.

Directions: Within walking distance of Victoria Station. On a quite street. The website has more detailed walking directions.

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Address: 23 Hugh St , Victoria , London, SW1 V 1QJ , United Kingdom

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