Ratings based on 144 Verified Reviews
3.8 Room cleanliness
3.3 Service & staff
3.3 Room comfort
3.4 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
Not goodPosted Feb 23, 2017 on Hotels
Posted Feb 21, 2017 on Hotels
by Abdul razzak
Worst hotel I have ever bookedPosted Jan 30, 2017 on Hotels
This is by far the worst hotel I have ever booked in London since the past five years. First of all the room was not as described, we booked a double room but instead we got a single bedroom. Secondly there was no sense of privacy, the backyard door which is open on a backyard shared with several other rooms had a clear window glass covered with a transparent curtain that you can see through clearly at night, the bathroom had a large window looking at the street and you can hear traffic and people walking by and talking to each other although the glass was etched but you'd feel uncomfortable nevertheless, the walls were so thin that you could hear your neighbours clearly especially at night, I couldn't sleep because two guys in the next room were making loud noises late at night which they might not be aware that everyone around can hear them. The room had humidity issues that can be seen on the walls, the cellphone signal was terribly poor and there was a flushing noise during the night repeating every few seconds (probably a washing machine) which was very annoying. I will avoid this hotel in the future.
by A verified traveler
Convenient and clean hotelPosted Nov 10, 2016 on Hotels
Cheap and cheerful, it was much better than I expected for the price. Check out was not til 11am, so was a little annoyed to get a knock on the door at 10am to tell us we had be out by 11am.
by A verified traveler
Convenient and Clean HotelPosted Sep 23, 2016 on Hotels
We had a lovely stay in an exceptionally clean and functional efficiency room in a converted victorian townhome with impeccable service from the staff. Location is just off the Belsize Park high street in a quiet residential setting of victorian townhomes only a 15 minute Tube ride to central London. The Northern Line Tube station is only a 5 min walk away The location with proximity to Hampstead Heath, Camden Town, restaurants, shopping and the Tube, made this a great place to experience both the energy of London and it's quieter side.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from NZ
Beautiful locationPosted Sep 10, 2016
Lovely leafy NW3. Quiet. Self contained which was great. So many eating places nearby. Close to tube. We stayed first floor, wouldn't want to stay any higher because of stairs and heat. Great value.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Brisbane
Great valuePosted Sep 1, 2016
Great value room. Comfortable with everything you need in a nice location.
by Jennifer from USA
First time visitorPosted Aug 10, 2016 on Hotels
My only complaint was the shower. The building was very old (this is normal for the area) and was in good condition overall but there was a bit of mold in the shower stall and the calking needed to be redone. Also the shower head looked like it had not been cleaned ever. Literally, ever. Otherwise, great place. I'd stay there again.
by rachel from Texas
Great locationPosted Jul 27, 2016 on Hotels
There are stairs to the rooms which are tiring after a long day walking around london. And if you stay here when its some of the hottest days of summer be prepared for no A/C. I knew all of this going in though and was very happy with the location! The tube is a short walk away and I loved having breakfast right near it. There is also a laundrymat nearby. And the staff were very helpful whenever I had any questions. A++++
by Anne from US
stayed for two weeks in June and July 2016Posted Jul 9, 2016 on Hotels
I needed a place to stay in London by myself for two weeks between activities with different groups, and for my purposes this kitchenette was perfect. It was large, clean, and well located for going anywhere in London. There are two Tube lines nearby, and the neighborhood is lovely, with a beautiful church on the corner of the street. The grocery store and the Tube lines are a short (five minute?) walk down a nice, residential street. I had a room with a large window with a view of all the gardens of the neighborhood, which made my room feel even larger than it actually was. (This room was much larger than the ones I've stayed in in Bloomsbury and in Central London.) But you will want to know that the flat was a couple of blocks from the Welby Studies Office, so if you're not up for some walking, this may not be the place for you. Still, you get a lot more space here for your money than you do closer into the city, and this place is just as convenient for going to the theatre as any place I've stayed in London. And it is much quieter than anywhere else. I slept better here than I do at home. And the kitchen is big and well supplied with dishes and utensils (but my kitchen didn't have a microwave, which didn't both me, but if you need a microwave, you might ask about that).