Having arrived at the hotel, we were not very impressed by the badly worn threadbare carpeting on the stairs. The room itself was clean and the beds and bedding were fine. The decor was ok, but the shower and toilet were quite basic.In the morning we had a cooked breakfast, which consisted of fried egg, one slice of bacon, some beans and a slice of toast. The waitress was a bit confused when it came to serving tea which was in fact coffee! The hotel served its purpose for one night, I would not recommend it to anyone else, even though it was cheap.
Unique Quality: There were none.
Directions: Not far from Victoria coach station. We did not feel very safe returning to the hotel at night.
Anyone have any advice about the JUBILEE HOTEL (near Victoria)? What is the area like? Would you reccomend Victoria or Bloomsburg as an area to stay in? Thanks
Both areas are fine, Victoria benefits from excellent transport options, Bloomsbury may be a bit quieter. Usual large city rules apply.
Don't know about the hotel, but best if you stay in Victoria. Better transport, closer to the West End and more variety of shops.
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