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As a lot of people have said the two members of staff we met were unfriendly and miserable. This is not a hotel, it's a collection of rooms spread over two buildings, although the room was clean, it's only good point, it was incredibly noisy,...More
We booked this hotel through Booking.com. In Booking.com rating of this hotel is three stars which I disagree. I would call it a hostel level rather than a hotel. The hotel has a very narrow and steep stairway. Every night from around 2am to 6...More
i booked this hotel through booking.com . i had booked this hotel because it was near to the palladium where we had booked to see a show
However when we arrived at 2 pm we were told there was no rooms left even though booking.com...More
No service. No smiles. No kindness. Miserable access. Dull and boring breakfast (white cold toast) Dirty carpets. Poor ventilation. Very small bathroom. Mini shower. Extremely soft beds. View to small dark backyard full of noisy pigeons and there droppings. Sound slipping through walls/doors from next...More
Made reservation for myself and two kids, over a month before the vacation. Confirmed the reservation by email and got written approval I have my booked room, and that late arrival is fine. Had a slight delay in flights and upon arrival to the hotel...More
US$137 - US$266 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi I was visiting from Ireland so didn't have a car with me to park so not sure exactly if they offer it and if they do where it is..but I'm sure if you look up the website of the hotel and view their amenities, or maybe... More
Hi I was visiting from Ireland so didn't have a car with me to park so not sure exactly if they offer it and if they do where it is..but I'm sure if you look up the website of the hotel and view their amenities, or maybe email the hotel to see? It's literally on Oxford street though just down a side street so maybe look up the closest car parks to Blenheim street also?
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