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Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 21 July 2011

I was concerned when I booked the Hadleigh Hotel online from Australia being a budget hotel, what it would be like, but it was more than satisfactory. It was clean, comfortable, the staff were helpful, they accepted our luggage prior to check in to look after and they gave us a late checkout. The decor may not have been to...

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Coventry, United Kingdom
Reviewed 13 December 2010

I booked to stay at this hotel through lastminute.com during October 2010. I was attending a function in Mayfair and was running tight on time when I arrived. The main hotel door was locked and there was a note saying 'back in 5 minutes'. The receptionist eventually turned up only to inform me that the the twin room I had...

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Jersey, United Kingdom
Reviewed 29 November 2010

We (my 2 grown up daughters and I) stayed at the hadleigh in a triple room. On entering the hotel it was quite grotty looking but in the process of re-decoration there was also scaffolding erected outside. Our room although quite spacious and clean wasnt great and a bit tired looking as were the curtains. The mattresses were thin and...

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pesaro
Reviewed 11 April 2010

Last Saturday March 26th at 5 a.m. we realized that it was raining in room n° 1 occupied by me and another girl. To be more precise water was falling from the ceiling wetting the carpet and the floor of the bathroom. The alarm started to sound (I think it was the fire alarm) and we went out of the...

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HadleighHotel, Manager at Hadleigh Hotel, responded to this review

The person who posted this review stayed at our hotel with some friends. It was one of their party who caused the flood in the hotel and, as they did not inform our night staff about it for over 1 & 1/2 hours, this caused the fire alarms to go off and ceilings to collapse, causing thousands of pounds worth...

Dunstable, Bedfordshire, England
Reviewed 25 June 2009

I needed a room that same night in central London, but needing to keep costs down I set a budget of under £100. A tad ambitious, but about 20 phone calls later I tracked down the Hadleigh. They offered me their last room - a double - for £85, and I have to say that it was just fine for...

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San Diego
Reviewed 23 June 2009

I stayed in a single room for 6 nights and thought it was fun. As expected the room was tiny and the facilities were a bit old. The funniest thing about my room was the floor of my 4th floor room was so tilted it almost caused me to roll out of bed! On the positive side, the room and...

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Milwaukee
Reviewed 11 June 2009

We booked a triple room at the Hadleigh hotel based upon location and price. The location was great. We were close to several bus lines and the underground. It is a very short walk to Oxford Street. We actually walked to Buckingham Palace (20-25 min)and then on to Westminster and found the walk to be enjoyable plus a lovely way...

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3Thank WIandBeyondGrl
Paris
Reviewed 13 January 2009

My friend and I had another visit in London and this two star hotel was simply great. Staff were very friendly and heplful. I will always go back to this hotel.

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derbyshire
Reviewed 8 December 2008

just got back from a weekend at this hotel or should that read hostel..no not that good!!!! please ! please! if your thinking of going to this hotel don,t , me and my wife are not that fussy but this hotel takes the biscuit every thing about it is shabby, from hole in ceiling, broken ironing board, un hoovered carpet...

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New York
Reviewed 18 July 2008

Small bed and breakfast but no breakfast offered when I was there. No life or elevator so one may have to haul luggage to the 4th floor. No telephones in room. Small television with limited channels. Someone had stolen the remote from room which was never replaced. There is no common area. Asked the reception to look at a phone...

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  • Kitchenette
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Additional Information about Hadleigh Hotel

Address: 24 Upper Berkeley Street, London W1H 7QH, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > London > Marylebone
Price Range: RM417 - RM756 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Hadleigh Hotel 3*
Number of rooms: 11
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“Be careful. No lift means a lot of stairs.”
 of 5 bubbles Billybiscuits, 28 Jan 2015 | Read review
“Use a room not facing the street.”
 of 5 bubbles ralphT, 21 Nov 2014 | Read review
“There is no lift at this hotel. Stairs are narrow and winding. Difficult to manage if you have cases to pull up behind you.”
 of 5 bubbles Rescuedaisy, 15 Sep 2014 | Read review
“Avoid rooms facing to street because there is no sound-proofing in windows.”
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 of 5 bubbles ErikL327, 5 Aug 2014 | Read review
“Room Nr 3 is not facing the main street and was surprisingly quiet! Maybe noisy if people check-out early in the morning as you were able to hear the phone ringing and people talking.. maybe try go get a room in the 3rd or 4th floor.”
 of 5 bubbles christensimone, 19 Mar 2014 | Read review
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