Astor Court Hotel3.0 out of 5.0
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The hotel itself is situated behind the BBC building, so it's only a couple of minutes away from Regent Street. You basically have two of the busiest shopping streets in London right at your doorstep. The location of the hotel is also great as there isn't a lot of activity or noise. The receptionists at the hotel were all welcoming and helped us out whenever we had a query and when we wanted to get a taxi. The room itself was situated in the upper floors. The only thing that could bug a customer is the underground going right under the hotel with a sub passing every few minutes. The noise isn't completely disruptive as it is something anyone can sleep through. The room itself was good as it provided the necessary for a short stay. The hotel also provided a free wifi which is quite strong wherever you are in the hotel. The only thing I would mention about the room is the size of the toilet room. As a tall person I had to pay attention to how I move as the door is very close to the toilet. The breakfast provided by the hotel consisted of three different cereals, various pastries, 2 bowls of cut fruit, various breads (which can be toasted in a small toaster), jams, honey, cheese, boiled eggs and ham. Behind the hotel is a 24/7 deli shop and restaurants are close by.
Big room with a double bed and one extra for our family of 3 adults. The toilet was in a different room than the sink and shower, so after every toilet trip we had to walk across the room to the sink. And through the day we could hear regular noices, maybe the underground? The walls in the rooms were quite thin so we could hear the neighbors' noices. But the location is excellent, just around the corner from Regent street and all the shops & cafees. The breakfast was nice and staff friendly.
This hotel is a great location for shopping Oxford/Regent street , everything within walking distance and a very nice neighborhood. Attention though - the hotel is quite old, and at least the room we had is in need of renovation. In addition to this, the hotel was quite noisy during the night, not from guests, but from the overall condition. Strange noises of machines going on and off kept us awake most of the night. I would not recommend this hotel if you are looking for a nice room . For shopping it is ideal. Next time I would look for a nicer hotel, even if I am just there for shopping.. The employees at the reception were friendly, but no help with advice for good restaurants.. Which is something I do expect when I am in a city and have no time to research!
We booked this hotel for two nights as we had a conference nearby. The first night we were given a spacious, yet dated ground floor room with three single beds (we had booked a twin). This hotel is right above an underground line and even with ear plugs it was impossible to sleep with rumbling. After a sleepless night, I asked the reception staff to move us. They did so with no hesitation and moved us to a two apartment room on the third floor. The room was massive, with twin beds in one room, a double bed in another, a bathroom with toilet and bath, a separate toilet and separate shower/bathroom. You could still hear the distant rumble of the underground but with ear plugs you can get a quiet night. The hotel is in need of refurbishment and the breakfast was very basic. The staff were very friendly and helpful though and the price wasnt awful for central London. If i was to return, then I would certainly request a room on the 3rd floor or higher.
The hotel itself is quite small and quaint - very traditional in its décor in the rooms but I thought it was quite nice and pleasant - it reminded me of visiting my grandma's house! Clean though and comfortable and 5 minutes walk to Regent Street/BBC area. A rumbling from the underground every 5 minutes that you do get used to. The dining area is too small though for breakfast, we had to queue for 10 minutes for a seat but this wasn't a big issue.
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.
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 644 reviews