Ratings based on 199 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.7 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
3.2 Room comfort
3.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom South of England
An inexpensive hotel with hospitable staffPosted Jan 20, 2015
Pros: Helpful staff who seem to care about being hospitable. Low cost, location, parking.
Cons: It would have been useful to have a few hooks to hang things from in the room. Duvet was a bit small (I woke up cold and uncovered).
Location: Reasonable walking distance to South Bank, Imperial War Museum and a few other places I didn't go to.
I selected this hotel as it was (1) cheap, (2) relatively close to where I wanted to be in London, and (3) had car parking. I was not disappointed on any of these, though car parking is not guaranteed, so does require taking a chance when booking. It is also within the London Congestion Charge area. The room was small, but had everything one could wish for (a bed, desk, seat, small wardrobe, two towels, shampoo, soap, free internet, TV, fan, radiator, and to my surprise also a bottle of water, an apple and an orange. Shower and toilets were across the corridor. Everything basic, but adequate and reasonably clean and quiet for the area. The hotel itself is a fine Victorian building. It has been converted not terribly sympathetically to the internal layout of a budget hotel, with a few original features incongruously remaining.
for Business Travelersby Adamfrom Birmingham
Like a student bedsit, without the comfortPosted Jan 20, 2015 on Hotels.com
While the bedding was clean, I can't really say anything else positive about the Bridge Hotel. The room was very small, with a very small bed. There was a street light directly outside my window, the curtains are paper-thin and there's a gap at the bottom which lets even more light in. The window let in a draft. The bathroom nearest my room was small and smelled rank. After walking back to my room from the shower I felt I needed to wash my feet again. The bed was pushed right up against the radiator so I had to use a torch to find the dial to turn the heat down at night. In short, the whole place was pretty grotty, and at £75 per night was an absolute rip-off. I wouldn't stay here again even at £40 per night
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Poole
Very kind, friendly hotel staffPosted Dec 28, 2014
Hotel isn't the Ritz, but is good value for money. On arrival we got a free upgrade to include bathroomMy friend lost his UK charger adaptor and the hotel staff GAVE him a replacement to keep.
by A verified traveler
The Bridge HotelPosted Dec 9, 2014
Pros: The staff were just great. The location was very good for me although I could see that someone who doesn't know London might not love that street.
Location: The location is good in the sense that it is close (walking distance) to the Tate Modern and the South Bank development.
The staff were really nice. The rooms are small, cramped and the walls are pretty thin. I had a person talking in the next room until well after 2 am on the night I needed to leave at 6 am so I didn't get much sleep.
for Getaway With Friendsby Richardfrom London
Good value for LondonPosted Dec 9, 2014 on Hotels.com
Basic hotel that does the job if you're focused on value.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
needs to change to a hostel but it was clean at lePosted Nov 16, 2014 on Hotels.com
Although clean this hotel would be better classified as a hostel and their prices need to reflect this. There are no food outlets of note in the area and none were suggested when I asked.
for Business Travelersby Martinfrom Ashford.
Clean but expensive.Posted Nov 15, 2014 on Hotels.com
Over priced for a room that hasn't got an ensuite.
for Couplesby Amandafrom northern ireland
Overnight stay never to be repeated.Posted Nov 13, 2014 on Hotels.com
My husband and I only had to stay in London for one night as he had a hospital appointment in St Thomas'. I am not quite sure who rates these hotels but 3 star it definitely was not. On a previous visit to London we stayed in a different 3 star hotel and you could not compare the two. The Bridge Hotel was a major disappointment. On first appearances it looked clean but it was anything but. Dust 3 inches thick on a wood pipe cover under the sink. Skirting boards that had never seen a clean and fans in the bedroom and bathroom thick with dust and grime. The room itself was very compact. ie The bed was up against one wall so you had to climb over the other person to get in and out!!! NO bedside lockers, Nowhere to put an overnight bag and although there was tea and coffee facilities in the room the mugs were dirty. Breakfast in the morning was another experience. You had to go out of the hotel and down 5 steps into a separate establishment where you could avail of a cooked breakfast. When our cooked breakfast arrived it was left untouched and we filled up on cereal and toast.Disappointing to say the least. Our experience has left us that we will NEVER return to this hotel not even to avail of their 10% discount for repeat customers!!! Do they actually get repeat customers? 3 star never! More like one star.
for Personal Eventby Thierryfrom France
Bonne adresse sans chichiPosted Nov 12, 2014 on Hotels.com
Idéalement situé à côté du métro Elephant&Castle, à quelques pas du central London, quartier correct, chambre correcte (pour ceux ayant connus les internats...), et pour le prix rien à dire. Lit ferme, ménage impeccable, petit-dej UK (5 livres) parfait, proprios nickel et sympas. Adresse à retenir pour qui ne privilégie pas le luxe de la location.
for Getaway With Friendsby A verified traveler
ok hotel. små værelserPosted Nov 12, 2014 on Hotels.com
Ophold i london i 3 dage. ok hotel men meget lille hotel værelse. 2 mennesker kunne ikke passere hinanden bag om sengen.