Astor Court Hotel3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I stayed here overnight for a conference, I really enjoyed my stay. My room (room 32) was extremely clean and comfortable. Thoroughly enjoyed the continental breakfast, lots of choice to choose from. Staff extremely friendly and helpful. The rumble of the underground didn't bother me at all, you're in London what do people expect. The one thing that spoilt it for me was the noisy people in the room next door (room 31) who had a party well into the early hours. They might have been there on holiday I was there for work reasons and needed a good nights sleep. I would certainly stay here again.
So I chose the hotel for two reasons - location and price and on those two fronts it did not disappoint. The staff are friendly. The breakfast (included in my £120) was ok I suppose, cold buffet of carbs mainly with some cheap ham and cold hard boiled eggs- croissants, pain au chocolat in abundance. Room - it was OK BUT I wondered why there were earplugs by the bed until I heard the rumbling of the underground beneath and the room mildly shook. Basic, Old fashioned. I wasn't uncomfortable as I was dog tired and fell asleep in milliseconds....but light sleepers should avoid I think. Shower worked. I would not stay there again unless it came up cheapest for the area
Hotel is located exceptionally well behind the BBC office and in easy reach of public transportation and other conveniences. Hotel rooms are terribly dated. 1960’s?? Business must be good as the hotel had clearly not had a facelift for many years. You hear everything happening in the room next door and every tine the tube comes along somewhere just below their foundation.
We were disappointed with the tube noise, every few minutes it sounded like a jet engine. The hotel is clean albeit old. The bed was against the wall which was annoying as we are an older couple. Clara G one of the night receptionists is lovely and very helpful. Good central location.
This is a typical tourist hotel. Has a very good location being within walking distance of Oxford St yet sited in a quiet street. Our room was much bigger than a lot of rooms in plusher hotels. No air con but window opened a bit. This is an old building so don't expect modern furnishings etc. It was clean and perfectly good for a short stay. Continental breakfast was buffet style and no complaints. I'd be happy to stay here again.
Everything you need at the hotel. Clean. comfy, close to everything. Me and my partner walked almost everywhere. Excellent accommodation for a short city break. Breakfast was fine, enough to fill you up for the day. We will be back for sure!
It hurts to even give this tragic excuse for a hotel even one star but they don’t have a ‘zero star option’. Do not be fooled by this facility’s outside facade; looks nice, however upon entering the room we were immensely dismayed and disappointed with what we saw. THE shabbiest run down furniture, a dingy bathroom, a horrible bed with a sag in the middle. The tiny TV was in a separate room and the “bedroom compartment” was so small it looked like a jail cell. The vibe in this hotel was depressing and uncomfortable to say the least and we both wanted to leave immediately. We walked down to speak to the woman at the front desk who was incredibly unhelpful and hard to understand so we asked to speak to the manager who apparently doesn’t speak to guests (I’m sure I know the reason why)..... DO NOT STAY HERE IF YOU KNOW WHAT IS GOOD FOR YOU- LITERALLY GO ANYWHERE ELSE. A HOSTEL MIGHT EVEN BE BETTER!!!!!
We loved this hotel we had a family room for myself my daughter and my grandson the rooms were big we had a double room and a very large room with twin beds a small kitchen and a bathroom. The rooms were furnished beautifully with great storage and the beds were comfy. The breakfast was good with very fresh pastries etc. All in all we would defiantly use this hotel again.
On arrival we were upgraded from a three bedded room to an appartment, which was very nice, clean and included everything we needed. Hotel staff were friendly and even though our check out time was 11am, the hotel kept our luggage safe for us until we needed to get train home that evening. We never had the breakfast so i cannot comment on that. Hotel is set in a great location , shops bars and underground all in walking distance. I have no negative comments about this hotel so i would reccommend it and book again in the future.
The title of the review says it all. Myself and two daughters stayed here for two nights at the start of August for a girly break in the capital. A short walk from Euston station and an even shorter walk to Oxford Circus tube station. All the main tourist sights are so easily accessible from this hotel which is in a nice street off the main drag of hustle and bustle. Breakfast was a bit like a canteen (long tables) Continental affair but perfectly acceptable to set you up for the day. You may be sitting with strangers - who to be honest can be very rude but that's not the hotels fault. All of the staff we encountered were very pleasant and helpful. Quality of sleep was not superb due to the noise. The room was clean and felt comfortable. Two nights was fine but given the noise from adjacent rooms and rumble of the tube below I wouldn't like to stay longer BUT would definately stay again for a similar short break.
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53% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 695 reviews