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All reviewsbritish museumfridge and microwavegoodge street stationfull english breakfasttriple roomtop floortottenham courtone night staywithin easy walking distanceno elevatorfree tea and coffeetiny bathroombreakfast was includedwest endsmall hotelcovent gardensexcellent location
Room 17 right at the top of the building in a very small room. Tatty decor and strong wind produced draft from the window and rattling from the roof tiles. Breakfast very goid but overall coulf have done better for the money
This was my second hotel in London (the other one had no rooms available for the edta night I stayed) Even when it is a old British style hotel, I can't complain a lot. The tv was too old and also the furnitures, however it's...More
The pros are: the room was a decent size and mostly clean, it is in quite a central location, walking distance from Euston and parallel to Tottenham Court Road.
However, the staff are very rude. They either speak not a work of English or very...More
Thank Carrie-Anne S
Response from Regency H, Guest Relations Manager at Regency House HotelResponded 18 December 2015
Many thanks for taking the time to post a review, we welcome all feedbacks and try to improve when our guests feel that the experience should have been better.
We have taken on board your comments on vegan/vegetarian breakfast and we apologies if...More
on a good note perfect location walking distance from centre of London or one stop on the train. beautiful garden and tea and coffee cart, nice touch. friendlily and helpful staff. room very small not suitable for 4 people for sure. bathroom very tiny, impossible...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