Ratings based on 76 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.1 Room cleanliness
3.7 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
3.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Laura
Lovely hotel, great locationPosted Nov 24, 2013
Pros: Clean, modern, good facilities, close to the centre.
Cons: Thermostat in room
We stayed for 2 nights in a studio room. The hotel is less than 10 minutes walk from London Bridge station and Tower Hill station. It looks clean and modern in the reception areas and the staff are very friendly and helpful. The room was small but enough room for the two of us to be in comfortably. The bathroom, bedroom area and kitchen area were all clean and everything was in working order. The shower had good water pressure and the bed was extremely comfortable. The only complaints I would have about the entire experience was that the room got quite hot and we couldn't turn the heating down. It wasn't too uncomfortable but this is November so I imagine it could be quite bad in summer. Secondly, a very minor point but the microwave/ovens are quite confusing to use as the symbols aren't clear so a manual or something might have been useful! But all round a fantastic experience I would definitely recommend.
for Everyoneby Disappointed. from Glasgow
Short walk to Globe - NOT, Apartments - NOT.Posted Nov 3, 2013
Pros: The cleanliness of the rooms and the Manager, Carlos who did his best to try to help us.
Cons: The lack of proper window coverings and the the distance away from the attractions that had been adverised which was where my daughter was working.
Location: Only attraction which was near was Tower Bridge. Found this to be a very depressing and souless building.
We booked these,so called, "apartments" because they were advertised as being a short walk from the Globe Theatre, Tate Modern etc., the area in which my daughter was working. Unfortunately it takes 45 mins to walk to this area which was very disappointing for us. The "apartments" turned out to be very small rooms with some kitchen fittings and a tiny table and chairs. Another significant problem was the lack of appropriate window coverings. When I complained on arrival that the cheap plastic blinds had spaces and did not quite cover the windows, the only solution the staff could offer was to change us to a room with a smaller window! I asked for a room with curtains and was told that no such rooms exist, although photographic evidence of such a room exists on the website. Again the same poor quality blinds did not cover the window sufficiently and allowed the light to enter the room making a 7 night stay there very uncomfortable.
for Everyoneby Mrs C from Ottawa
Close to Tower BridgePosted Oct 23, 2013
Cons: Towels in bathroom. The standard white hotel towels are barely adequate.
Location: Close to Tower Bridge, The Tower, numerous restaurants and the underground making it easy to get around London.
Great apartment in a great location. Staff was friendly and helpful.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Huge rooms. Really good value for money.Posted Sep 17, 2013
Will recommend it to anyone. Huge rooms, very clean and safe. Walk to the nearest tube station was approx 10 min but it's an easy walk.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Brilliant findPosted Sep 9, 2013 on Hotels.com
I've never stayed in apartment hotels before and this was a revelation. The value was amazing through hotels.com, the room clean and with everything needed to be self-sufficient whilst staying in London. The complex felt very safe and close to London Bridge Tube station. Everyone I dealt with was very helpful. I will be advising my colleagues to check out staying at Think over other hotels for the value and the comfort.
for Business Travelersby Matt from Oxford, UK
Great location - avoid during a hot period!Posted Sep 9, 2013 on Hotels.com
Great location (<5 min walk to Tower Bridge, 10-15 min walk to Guys Hospital), extremely clean and well-furnished rooms (with washing machine, dishwasher, TV, microwave). Free Wifi is also a bonus. Staff were very friendly. Only downside is that the rooms were very warm and a bit stuffy - for obvious reasons the windows are limited in how far they can open, which means very little air can get in. Whilst there was an air conditioning control pad, this was switched off. The fan in the room offered a little relief but it was still warm. Overall I would recommend this apartment for its location, standard of the rooms and the amenities - however, I'd be reluctant to stay here again during the summer months.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Posted Sep 7, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby David from New York City
My worst stay in London.Posted Sep 6, 2013
Pros: Really, it's nothing to like about this Think Apartment Hotel.
Cons: Better A/C in the rooms, a large coffe mug, instead of these little cups with a handle your finger wouldn't fix.
Location: There is nothing to do near by, the small park two blocks away have no ambience and the few pubs or restaurants are just plain, nothing to talk about.
On my arrival it was raining and I arrive at the Think Apartment Tanner Street location and was told that was the wrong location and I must walk five blocks to the Tower Bridge location in the rain with a suitcase. Then in the lobby at the Think Apartment there were three or four kids using the looby as a playground on the floor, making noise that you couldn't hear the desk clerk, then you had to step around the kids to get to the elevator with your suitcase. I was in Rm: 224, the room was clean, but small. It's nothing like the Earl Court Think Apartments. My room was facing a open parking garage and garbage container area and the trash was hauls away three times a week early in the morning with lots of noise, then at night and early in the morning you will hear the screaming and partying folks in the parking lot until about 7:am. There was not any A/C in the room, so you have to keep the windows cracked for fresh air. This area (Southwark or London Bridge Road) is not best for London visitors for short stays, bad bus transportation and long walk to London Bridge tube station, the small super markets in the area have some limited quick dinners with short experation dates, so be careful. I couldn't wait for the date to leave the UK, my stay wasn't the best.
for Everyoneby Enry from Surrey
Room very good other facilities only averagePosted Aug 31, 2013
Pros: It is an apartment 3 minutes walk from reception not a hotel.I was visiting my daughter in hospital so its location suited my needs.
Cons: directions could be made clearer. Not easy to find way around.
Location: Many touristy attractions near by including the Tower of London, Tower bridge, London bridge, HMS Belfast, walking along the South Bank etc.
Ideal for visitors happy to eat out or cook for themselves. Not suitable for those requiring full or half board.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
5 minute walk to Tower Bridge & Bermondsey StreetPosted Aug 27, 2013
Pros: Location Co-Op across the street restaurants Clean
Cons: Rooms need new mattresses and better ventalation as windows do not open enough.
Location: Tower Bridge attractions, wide variety of restaurants
First time using Think as the price was the lowest price in the Tower Bridge area. Location was perfect for business in the local area. London Bridge Tube station was a 15 minute walk and plenty of nice restaurants to choose from. Check in was easy enough and the staff were welcoming. First room I checked into was nice but the window only opened about 3 inches which didn't provide enough ventalation as the weather was hot this particular week. I asked to be moved to a different room which they kindly did. The second room was much smaller but nice and had everything I needed for a 5 night stay. This corner room had two windows that opened 3 inches so the ventalation was much better although still really hot (31 C) upon returning from work at 5pm. I thought everything was going to be fine but when I lay down on the mattress that evening, sunk all the way to the wooden board underneath the non-memory foam mattress; uncomfortable sleep all night due to the permenant dip. The next morning I explained that I was happy with my room but could they please swap out a new mattress as 4 more nights on the mattress would be torture; the hotel reception said they would but it was never done. I prepaid for the hotel room and couldn't be bothered to move hotels and pay more money so I put up with it. The mattress alone let the hotel down.