Ratings based on 898 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Mar 3, 2015
Hotel a 2 stations de metro de picadilly et soho.Tres bon emplacement.Tres propre, grand lit confortable.Tout etait parfait.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom new york
Loved the hotelPosted Mar 2, 2015
Awesome hotel... Great service and free coffee might I add. They are very hospitable and the location is decent in soho not far from the city center.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Surrey
Not a Shoe box! near Holborn and Covent GardenPosted Feb 28, 2015
Pros: The attention to detail, in providing anything you might need ; hairdryer, bottles of water, extra pillows.
Cons: Sound insulation, light sleepers may hear people coming and going to the lift in the corridor.
Location: Good location for exploring Mid town.
Very welcoming, helpful staff, good size room with a small lounge area, TV , tea and coffee making facilities, and well planned storage. A big plus point for us, windows you can open for fresh air as well as easily controlled air conditioning and water machine in the corridor. Perfectly functional , clean bathroom with modern shower and toiletries. The Lincoln Fields area is a little oasis of calm, the park right opposite the Hotel has a good cafe, and you may catch Tom Cruise filming Mission Impossible 5 (still,) at weekends. The hotel is close to Holborn station, bus stops and a short walk- 3/5 mins to Covent Garden. Staff were professional, kind and caring, they made us feel instantly relaxed, maybe it's the "Club atmosphere" , but we all felt at home. We appreciated being able to store our bags after check-out and the lovely free coffee, biscuits and sweets in reception. Thank you Kristina and the team for a great stay, we will return.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Dublin
Fantastic location & nice touchesPosted Feb 23, 2015
Pros: The location couldn't be better.
Location: The hotel is very close to cafes and the Underground. It's a couple of minutes walk from Covent Garden and the West End.
We upgraded our room for £10 + tax a night which gave us a lot more space. There's a very good coffee machine (freshly ground) and tea making facilities, with biscuits behind reception which was always very welcome when returning to the hotel after a long day of sightseeing. They supply umbrellas which we were grateful for. The room was very clean and quiet. I initially thought the shower curtain was disappointing but it wasn't an issue. The shower was a big space. Check in and out was quick and convenient and the staff were friendly.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Birmingham
Great location, great staffPosted Feb 17, 2015
This hotel is located perfectly, off the main road on a lovely, quiet street but really close to the tube. I was a little concerned it would be a bit business orientated for our weekend away, but I was wrong and we couldn't have had a nicer time. The staff are awesome as are the facilities. The staff accommodated all of our needs during our stay, and the facilities include little touches like self serve coffee and smarties! I'd definitely stay here again, and any other Club Quarters hotel.
for Couplesby A verified travelerfrom Milton Keynes
Great hotel near Covent Garden.Posted Feb 17, 2015
Pros: Central location, professional, great in room AVI and USB connections for use with big flat screen. Complementary Coffee, snacks, water bottles.
Cons: Special offers on dining or breakfast
Location: 5 minutes walk to Covent gardens, try Cafe De Amis ( great french restaurant) and Adventure bar (reasonable priced cocktails great vibes and music).
My wife and I stayed here over the valentines weekend. The Club quarters Lincoln's inn fields is great, very centrally located being 5 minutes walk from the exciting Covent Garden and all the cool shops, bars and, restaurants. Holborn tube station is few minutes away so transport to most places is easy. Check in was rapid and the staff very helpful, friendly, and professional. They have a small but stylish lounge with fire place, comfy seats, big flat screen and, complementary drinks and snacks including a range of coffee styles. The hotel face's the field behind the main road so many rooms would overlook a nice visage or the high street behind, we didn't have a view worth mentioning, only windows to other rooms. I assumed the room would face front or back, both acceptable to me but the interior view not so much. My wife wasn't bothered as she wasn't expecting to look out the window much and the room looked great, very modern and well finished. The room had a table with all the AVi connections needed to connect most devices to the large flat screen TV. The room was fairly compact it reminded me of big cruise ship state rooms only not so small. The bathroom was great with all we needed available and modestly styled. The bar and restaurant looked good with reasonable priced good looking food. Each floor had a purified water dispensers with complementary bottles which we found very accommodating. After a great night out we had late check out at 3pm which was quick as well.
for Couplesby A verified travelerfrom Staffordshire, UK
Chosen due to location.Posted Feb 9, 2015
Cons: Mend the squeaky floor board in room 303!!!
Location: Theatre district 15-20 minute walk, Thames, a 5-10 minute walk and Soho a similar distance the other way. Of course a lot quicker via the nearby tube
Chose this hotel due it's location as we were only there for a short stay to take in a show. It is a 20 minute walk from Euston Street station or a stone's throw from Holborn underground station. From the hotel it was a pleasant(ish) 20 - 30 minute walk along Oxford Street down to the Palladium and other theatres. The hotel was clean and comfortable with friendly staff on hand to help you out. I would compare the experience to it being a posher 'Ibis' hotel. I got the impression the hotel catered more for the business traveller.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom London
Great hotel in a fantastic locationPosted Feb 3, 2015
Pros: Love the cupboards on each floor where irons, ironing boards, pillows and blankets are stored for convenience of residents, and the free water coolers
Cons: Ice machines on each floor would be nice.
Location: Lots of the best places in London are within a fairly brief walking distance, plus the park opposite the hotel is great for a stroll around.
My second stay at this great hotel, with the West End just a 10 minute walk away. Also very convenient for the tube, and a short walk to the British Museum, Covent Garden, St Paul's and The Strand. Rooms are excellent with the best of conveniences and furnishings.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom UK South Coast
Family Weekend in LondonPosted Jan 27, 2015
Pros: large well provisioned rooms, very comfortable.
Cons: The staff!
Location: Excellent loccation in the beautiful Lincolns Inn Fields and very close (walking distance) to Covent Garden.
The hotel was excellent but they took a £800 security deposit which wasn't explained very well and depite assurances that it wouldn't register with the bank it actually showed as a debit on the account. When we checked out and raised our concerns the staff checking us out was not helpful and very condesending.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
One night stay very comfortablePosted Jan 24, 2015
Cons: Nothing obvious,
Location: Central West End everything on the doorstep but quiet
All you could expect. `Very convenient, Ideal for the West End