Ratings based on 31 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2.9 Room cleanliness
3.1 Service & staff
2.5 Room comfort
2.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby M from London
Smallest bathroom I've ever seenPosted Jun 3, 2013 on Hotels.com
Not very clean furniture floors and walls, but the sheets were okay. Could barely fit in the bathroom - sitting on the toilet was a gymnastic event, and washing your face in the sink got water everywhere. No curtains. Loud tube train noise. Really, a bit nasty... even nastier than the low price would have led me to expect.
by Jonathan from Trinidad and Tobago
Stay only if you're alone and on a tight budgetPosted Mar 23, 2013
Cons: Room and bathroom too small
Location: Location is good. 1&1/2 blocks from Earls Court Station
If you have limited funds and looking to stay in Zone 1 and need a room with a private bathroom you can stay here. It's the cheapest hotel you can find. Pros: Kind Staff and hospitable Breakfast was okay In Zone 1, 1 & 1/2 blocks from Earls Court Station Room heating and hot water was working Cons: No sign as in photo. Hotel name on a piece of paper stuck to the door. This caused a problem looking for the place The single room is what I stayed in. It was extremely small. My luggage had to go under the bed so I can walk into the room. The toilet and bath is really small. If you are a big person you will not fit into the shower. When you are on the toilet your knees can hit the sink pipe. Very small face sink. No cupboards, desk, chair ot table because there will not be space to put one.
by Victor from Los Angeles
Badly run!Posted Jan 29, 2013
Cons: lack of table or desk
My room did not have a TV remote control, no soap/shampoos, and most of all no night stand nor is a table – the bed the only piece of furniture in the room! No wardrobe/closet – only 2 hooks to hang something. When sitting on a toilet one of your knees will be hitting the sink, and the sink itself is so tiny, but with an oversized faucet that all the water will spill on the floor when you try to wash your face. Polite but very indifferent stuff. Their answer to everything is that their rates are the lowest in the Earl’s Court.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Almost greatPosted Dec 27, 2012
Pros: comfort of the beds, location
Cons: Size of the room (distribution) and noises from the underground
Location: Central, accessible to many ways of transport
The location of the hotel is really good, the staff was completely friendly, all of it; the problem is the size of the room, so small, you can't totally open the door of the bathroom and also is a little noisy because the underground pass close to it and we had a room in the basement floor, I'm not sure if in the other floors you can hear the same noises.
for Familiesby Kyohiko
Small roomPosted Dec 14, 2012 on Hotels.com
The room was clean but very small whereby I've booked a 3 pax room and we're hardly to move around the room. The bathroom was too small to make some movement during shower. We stayed in the basement which is very closed to the kitchen and way-out, so it was a very annoying night that me and my brothers couldn't sleep well for the entire night. It was really noisy out there and we can hear all of the voice clearly, the room has got a very poor voice defender.
Recommendedby Work Trip
Great stayPosted Dec 5, 2012 on Hotels.com
The hotel has had a renovation and it’s fair to say some improvement work still was to be done (such as changing bathroom auto lights to light switches). The only issue I would say is some rooms are a bit close together, this can be a bit noisy but the hotel are good about moving people. I actually stayed there for several weeks during a work trip on a tight budget. When judging a hotel in London you have to take into account the general standard and price. You get very little for your money here. I’ve not been impressed at £100 per night with several big brands (and which aren’t really near to luxury standard). So at the price range this hotel caters for, you certainly can’t expect luxury. There are also a lot of horrible cheap hotels in London, which this is not. My experience has been the staff are consistently fantastic- friendly, honourable and helpful. They deal with any issues politely- both my own and I’ve seen other guests ask for various things. A big plus is you can use the breakfast area for coffee/tea 24/7 and their microwave (so saving on meal costs if you want). I like the room décor. 26 inch tv and shower are great. 10/10 for the mattress. It has a memory foam top layer and is way superior to any other London hotel I’ve stayed in. I’m fussy on beds too. So I do recommend!
by Geppo from Rome
Four days at the Exhibition Court HotelPosted Nov 13, 2012
Pros: It is In zone one close to the tube
Cons: Customer were very noisy
Location: Very central
I spend four nights at the hotel and every evening customers dining in the basement where very noisy and none of the staff did nothing about it. My room was still in a refurbishing state and for two days was not cleaned properly. Towels were removed from the room but not replaced with new ones, the curtain of my window could not be opened. I had a TV set installed in my room the second day but i could not use it because an antenna cable was missing and the person that put it in had no time to finish the job despite he said he was going to.
by Gofret from Scotland, UK
Very disappointedPosted Nov 9, 2012
Location: Good location
The hotel was shabby & run down. The walls were paper thin & the floor was dirty. I would not recommend staying at this hotel.
by A verified traveler
Tiny room, but good location.Posted Oct 22, 2012
Pros: Location, renovated bathroom
Cons: Tiny room and bathroom, dust everywhere!
Location: Ideal location, on a quiet street, 5 minutes' walk from the Earl's Court Underground.
First of all no isolation and the room was tiny (no more than 10 sq.m.) including the bathroom that we could hardly fit inside. But to be honest, what I disliked the most was the fact that they haven't cleaned the white dust from the recent renovation. Apart from those, the room and the bathroom are brand new and the hotel is in a good location, 5 minutes' walk from the underground. Overall, you pay much for less, but if I consider how expensive accommodation is in London, then is ok.
by Joy from Bay Area, CA, USA
As basic as it gets...Posted Oct 9, 2012
Pros: Location, price, staff
Cons: Quality, size, functionality
Location: Could hardly be better foe a visit to London
Bed took up 90% of room. Bath was aprox. 3x3 so very tight. Looked like a TV in the room but no remote. Built-in hair dryer didn't work, but staff got me one that did. Very good location; extremely close to Earl's Court tube station--therefore, close to everything in London. Wouldn't recommend to friends since they would be appalled by room. I, on the other hand, just need a clean bed to sleep in at the lowest cost, and that's what I got. Under the same circumstances, would stay there again.