STAYED IN A BED AND BREAKFAST WITH SOME NICE PEOPLE THAT OWNED THE PLACE..PLUS THEY WERE BEATLES FANS..THEY HAD GONE TO THE GEORGE HARRISON MEMORIAL CONCERT AT ALBERT HALL.
I LOVED THE FOOD AT BREAKFAST..IT GAVE ME A CHANCE TO HAVE " BROWN SAUCE" AND IT WAS TASTY ON THE FOOD THAT WAS SET BEFORE ME..
THE PRICE AT THAT TIME WAS ONLY 35 POUNDS...2003......
BUT I REALLY ENJOYED THE RELAXED ATMOSPHERE AND ALSO GOT TO TALK TO OTHER BEATLES FANS.........
Unique Quality: THE LOCATION WAS A FEW MILES FROM GATWICK AIRPORT AND VERY CONVIENENT TO GET TO ......
THE ROOM WAS NICE AND COMFORTABLE WITH A TV AND FOOD I WAS SET FOR THE EVENING OF RELAXING AFTER TRAVELING ALL DAY !!!!.
Directions: CLOSE TO THE AIRPORT SO THAT WHEN I NEEDED TO CATCH THE PLANE ..I DIDN'T HAVE TO GO FAR....
I stayed here with my family during a weekend in London for my Mum's birthday. I don't stay in 4* hotels very often, so don't really know what to expect and am therefore having some trouble writing about it. This is a nice hotel, everything is clean and well furnished, staff are friendly, welcoming and competent. The rooms were a nice size, not too crowded and ensuite. Downstairs there is a bar and restaurant, and continental breakfast is included. However, the dining room is small and was very crowded when we went down for breakfast. If, like us, you are planning on seeing a show during your stay, then this is a good choice of hotel, as we were walking distance from the theatre as well as restaurants and bars. It is also very conveniently located for a visit to the British Museum, which is just around the corner.
To be perfectly honest, considering the little amount of time we actually spent in the hotel, I thought it was a bit of a waste of money. But that's just me - I'd choose a hostel over a hotel any day. Obviously, the majority of people don't think like this, and to them I would say that they could do a lot worse than staying here, but it may be a good idea to shop around a bit first.
Quaint hotel. Make sure your room overlooks the courtyard, not the street. You need to sleep with the window open on warm nights. It's too noisy on the street side to get any sleep with the windows open.
Unique Quality: Neat little bar in the front sitting area of the hotel.
Directions: In the neighborhood of the British Museum
15 Montague Street, Bloomsbury, Covent Garden, London
1 Kensington Court, Kensington, London
41 Buckingham Palace Road, London
17-19 Egerton Terrace, Knightsbridge, London
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Address: 2-5 Montague St, Russell Square, London, WC1B 5BU, United Kingdom