Astor Court Hotel3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Great location but comes at a price. Through the night there is a lot of street noise and a significant rumble every 2 minutes from the underground that runs beneath the hotel. Rooms are a good size but basic. Importantly they are nice and clean Breakfast is a selection of cereals, pastries and cold ham and boiled eggs!
We booked a family room, which had two bedrooms, a bathroom and kitchenette. The beds weren't very comfortable, but ok. The room was really outdated. Needs to be refreshed. Breakfast was really busy but had a decent selection. The hotel is in a great location.
Great location and nice enough for a business trip. Though really bad if you need wifi to get work done. There are no passwords, so you have to keep on completing a form on the hotel website to get connected. Frustrating!
We booked into Astor Court for a short weekend (3 nights) with my friends. As we intended to spend most of our time sight-seeing and not in the hotel, The location was good, with a few minutes walk away from Oxford Circus, and the double room itself although basic, was clean and tidy. But not so good wifi :(
The hotel is in the quiet Hallam Street (you can hear the Underground in "the far distance") just 5 mins walk from Oxford Circus and Street and the Underground - and a pub just at the corner!!. Nicely renovated old building. We were welcomed by very polite and helpsome staff. Very large and comfortable rooms. Breakfast room was a little crowded (guess that they open to the garden during summertime). The breakfast was fine - can suggest som hot egg and bacon to served. Only to be recommended.
Booked into Astor Court for one night on a short weekend trip with my partner. As we intended to spend most of our time sight-seeing and not in the hotel, Astor Court was ideal! The location was perfect, with a few minutes walk away from Oxford Circus, and the double room itself although basic, was clean and tidy. The bed was also very comfortable! Staff were friendly, and the continental breakfast was well stocked up! Highly recommended for anyone who's wanting a central location and doesn't require extensive amenities.
We had a horrible experience due to a very unprofessionally, poorly behaving and rude receptionist - Jennifer. We checked in on Dec. 23 and after we got into our room she called the room and said "she need to talk to me immediately and I need to come down." I found her tone very unusual for a receptionist to say that. Once I got there, she told me we can't have four people in the room. There were to adults and two kids (4 and 5 years old). She said she has called Expedia (I booked through hotels.com and not Expedia) and that they will arrange for us but we have to 'vacant the room immediately' and we won't get any refund. I told her the kids are sleeping and if we have to change I am willing to pay an extra but it is too late to seek other hotel that late. She said we can stay to night but have to vacant tomorrow morning or make some other arrangement. We have traveled through out the world and have stayed in many hotel. Receptionist are often helpful to clients and accommodating but not repulsive like her. I asked her to call Expedia and she was so rude to them that they even hang up on her. She also told me to move away from her desk while she is on the phone with them. She was behaving very unprofessional to a customer which I was shocked to find. Nevertheless, we ended up booking additional rooms at the same hotel, since we won't get a refund for the rooms we already paid, and we never used the other rooms - haven't even picked up the keys and no other receptionist ever said anything else.
Booked into the Astor court for 3 nights with 2 teenagers... super surprised with apartment 56.. Home from home.. Everything you can need. 2 bedrooms .. One double one twin.. Bathroom with large bath an shower. Kitchen an sitting room. Large flat screen TV in sitting room with sky channels. Rooms very well heated.. We had to open windows! Even though we made our beds we had domestic services remake them.. Empty bins and replace fluffy towels. We were informed that breakfast room was busy between 0830-0930.. So dined outwith this times... breakfast was continental.. Lots of choice.. Freshly updated as you ate. More than adequate.. Thank you Astor court.. We will be returning shortly. A+++++
The hotel is in a great location for Oxford and Regent Street. Our hotel room was clean and we had plenty of room ( had an additional put you up bed). Because it is a very old building everytime we moved around our room the floor boards made a noise. There were a range of options at breakfast.
Heating is not sufficient... toilts were freezing to be in ... no bar u can sit in ... stuf were frindly . Woden floor makes noise and u can hear the rooms next door or above you ...If u can avoid. Breakfast was simple but nice.
Located in Marylebone, Astor Court Hotel is within a 5-minute walk of BT Tower and within 15 minutes of other popular attractions like London Palladium Theatre. This 45-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and a conference center. Centrally located in London, the hotel is also a short walk from Royal Academy of Music and University of London.
Start your day off right with a free continental breakfast served from 7 AM to 9:30 AM.
The 45 accommodations feature sitting areas. Guests can expect free WiFi and 22-inch flat-screen TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Coffee makers, free newspapers, and safes are other standard amenities.
Astor Court Hotel features free WiFi in public areas, 2 meeting rooms, and a conference center. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a computer station, express check-in, and express check-out.
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53% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 627 reviews