I always conform with little if I pay little. I never write bad reviews unless they're really necessary. I have to say, I wouldn't want anyone to go through our experience again. Breakfast was extremely simple (milk & orange juice, bread & marmelade), but that's ok for the price. In our room there was no space for being, just the double bed and the bathroom was like a plane's bathroom. We thought it would be just a funny experience. It wasn't so funny when, on the last day, we forgot a shampoo and a silver ring in the room. We left the bags in the breakfast room as the "nicer" receptionist told us we could. I called an hour later to say we had forgotten those items, receptionist assured me it would be ok. He called the cleaning ladies to warn them not to throw anything away. When we arrived back in the hotel neither of the 2 cleaning ladies had seen any ring or any shampoo (I don't think they cared much for the shampoo). I had to speak to them myself because the receptionist wasn't willing to help us, instead he said "you should pack well". I'd understand they'd keep it if we hadn't called to let them know we forgot, but that was just too much. Horrible facilities are ok for a cheap price, but the fact that shampoos and rings become able to walk and even run away from rooms is just a little too weird.
Unique Quality: It had a machine you could get chocolate bars, water, chips and stuff like that from there. It was the coolest thing there was.
Directions: Very close to Victoria Station and Pimlico underground.
This hotel (i use the word hotel losely as hotel is not the first word that springs to mind). I would not recommend this hotel to anyone as it was of very poor standard in several ways.
Unique Quality: Very little working lights (or bulbs) hundreds of stairs to the top where we were put with a young child no lift and breakfast was worsed thing i had ever seen. They advertise it as hot full english breakfast when did egg on toast become full english breakfast plus there were not enough seats for all the guest and on one of the mornings we had to sit at seperate tables something i didnt feel comfortable with as Emma was only just three at the time but we had no choice we had to catch a train around 1hr after breakfast so it was either sit seperate or no breakfast emma ended up sitting on my knee not really what u expect when the hotel is advertised as three star and supposedly has won awards from british tourist board (so they say). we had to stay there on two seperate evenings over a week and the second evening we considered cancelling and booking elsewhere but as the days in between we were out of country didnt have chance. The place wasnt even particularly clean we had not asked for an ensuite so expected to have to share a toilet and bathroom the room however had a shower room which we were told we were free to use but where advised not to as there was electric cables hanging out the wall and the toilet in the hall was in a cupboard just big enough for the toilet emma could barely fit in it and she was three. This hotel had two things going for it none of which where down to the management one was it was centrally located and two it was only a short distance from train station and bus stance so you can make a quick get away. All that aside the owners where friendly
Colliers Hotel. I dont recommend hotels much. Frankly VT starts to look like a list of hotels and phone numbers at times and its not my style. But COLLIERS is on Warwick Way very near Victoria Station. Its family run and quite cheap with big rooms/tv/full breakfast and the usual bathroom down the hall. They have GREAT weekly rates. If you would like an unusually complete list of London B/Bs got to WWW.smoothound.com ...its got tons of info
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