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What was meant to be a romantic surprise night at the Albion for my boyfriend's and my anniversary, ended up being a total horror. Thankfully, he forgot which week the hotel was booked and so wasn't able to make it. The room was small, poorly...More
2 Thank Molly O
Response from Mr Patrick P, Manager at Albion House HotelResponded 3 February 2014
We appreciate all the feedback we get; wherever we able to make improvements and changes we certainly do them . We are always on hand to put things right immediately and try to make you as comfortable as possible.
It certainly was a...More
Room 42 in Melville hotel (we booked Albion). Excellent bedroom with 2 double beds (one 160x200). Decoration like the photo. The reception is not in Albion hotel but shared with 3 hotels around the same quiet square in Melville hotel (24/24). Albion decoration seems to...More
Thank Cristo C
Response from Mr Patrick P, General Manager at Albion House HotelResponded 14 November 2013
Thanks for your review and positive comments for our hotel.
We look forward to seeing you again.
Dreadful experience which will not be repeated. You book in at The Melville Hotel (This looks nicer) then lug your cases up the road to the Albion. Early, prior booked and agreed breakfasts did not happen - nobody turned up as promised. Poorly prepared room...More
2 Thank Clive J
Response from Mr Patrick P, Manager at Albion House HotelResponded 14 November 2013
We have contacted you personally about your stay already and once again would like to apologise for any problems you had.
I would like to add though : We clearly describe the services and facilities of our hotel i.e. : That we don't...More
Great place to stop for one night. Ok rooms are small but very clean. More than adequate for a business trip stop over. Close to Kings Cross Underground.
Good value for money for the night.
Didn't try the breakfast as was heading into Central London...More
Response from Mr Patrick P, Owner at Albion House HotelResponded 14 November 2013
thanks for your review for our little hotel.
We really focus on the cleanliness of our rooms and are happy you believe this to be true .
We look forward to seeing you again
If you book your stay even for few hours then I can bet that it will be the most terrible mistake of your life, you would be so much tortured by own own decision that you would want to wake up (if in case...More
2 Thank tanyakokate
Response from Mr Patrick P, Manager at Albion House HotelResponded 14 October 2013
Thanks for your review; we read all our reviews and are always looking to improve in any way we can .
We like to have an open line of communication between all our existing guests and future guests.
Any special requests or requirements...More
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and