Euro Hotel London Clapham3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
They made a mistake and wanted to give us a room without a bathroom, but finally we got an even bigger room with a bathroom, so it was fine. Close to Clapham South tube station, only 6 stops to Oxford Circus. It worth the price really.
No free parking, No free WI-FI, sometimes smelly, real lack of free space, Old infrastructure. As a positive side I can mention a good location and convenient staff that tried to solve our problems but not by improving the original conditions.
Basic very clean room, Bedding and towels clean bed comfortable okay for short stay Night reception staff showed us to our rooms offered to carry bag Room was warm fan on the wall Convenient location near tube station Decor vivid!
Great for short stay when you just need somewhere to put your head down overnight. Clean facilities, comfortable bed, tea and coffee option - was great to come back to after trekking around London. Room was a bit on the warm side for me, but there was a fan to cool it down for sleeping.
Pros: The room looked small but clean when entering, the paintwork had recently been done and there were no unpleasant smells. Cons: There were two inch screws sticking out from ontop of the ledge where you hand your clothes There was exposed wiring from the smoke alarm where it looks like the cap had fallen off The TV remote was incredibly dirty and needed cleaning, batteries were being kept in by tape There were blue toilet cleaning chemical splash's on the floor The toilet seat had a brown burn mark on it The shower basin needed cleaning(water residue build up) The duvet had unknown sticky stains on it, and the bed had misc hairs between the mattress cover and duvet.
Got here 8am. No early check - in available. But if it was they'd charge an extra £10 an hour. They require £3 just to store an item of luggage. Internet is extra of course and didn't seem to support streaming. Room was tiny. The bed took up 80% of the bedroom space. Bathroom tiny too. Soap and shampoo was sad. But it was clean. No space for wardrobe or drawers. We only stayed on night fortunately. You'd go stir crazy if you stayed longer.
There are lots of negative reviews about this place but I think you get what you pay for. A very basic hotel. Small rooms (but you're only in there to sleep), small bathroom, no parking but restricted space on surrounding streets, good location for the common. We went to House of Common and were 5 minutes walk away. Perfect! We had a back room which was quiet but can understand that front rooms would be noisy due to main road. Didn't do the breakfast as thought £7 a head was too expensive. Main gripe was the window in the room opened very wide with no functional child locks. Window also by the bed so had to warn our son to stay well away as there was a real falling hazard there which wasn't ideal. I pity the occupants of the room opposite the gents toilet by reception. I say toilet but it was akin to the black hole of Calcutta and after 3 consecutive visits by 3 different men (myself included), it was smelling pretty funky in the entire corridor. Dread to think how the room must've smelt. Lots of rooms in a building that feels as though it can't really accommodate them all. Was unbearably hot but that's not the hotels fault, it was a genuinely hot day. Was clean and served a purpose though. Would I stay there again? Yeah probably. For House of Common it was bang on perfect. A place to stagger back to with ease and collapse in a clean (albeit small) room with a TV, fan, bathroom and everything else you'd expect to see in a budget hotel.
This hotel should be deleted from your list of recommendations! The room we were assigned to was billed as a double, it is a single - there was not even enough room to pass each other in the room; the room was not what was shown in the photos; plus the maid never cleaned the room the third day -he/she did not replace the towels, or face close not did she/he empty the trash cans. And, the shower stall was so small my husband could not even turn around in it - at 6'4" .Plus the dining room at the nearby "sister" hotel had crumbs and dirty linens on all of the tables - YUCK! The staff ( other than the cleaning staff) were trying to do their best in difficult circumstances. Thank goodness for the nearby Windmill Pub where we ate our meals, watched Wimbeldon matches, and enjoyed the employees and customers. We eventually checked out early, we were given a refund - which actually did get credited, and went to The Brewers Inn, one of the YOUNG groups hotels, as is the Windmill Pub. We highly recommend The Brewers Inn and the Windmill Pub.
Bad motivated personell at Lodge. Horrible breakfast. Coffe machine broken for days. No English breakfast the first day. Small rooms. No tv remote control. Faulty room locks. Laundry trolley trough breakfast room.
The rooms is this hotel should be single occupancy only as they are very small . The hotel in my opinion has too many rooms hence the size of them . This really should be put down as a hostel rather than hotel , very very basic , would not stay again or recommend it .
- WiFi in rooms and public areas (fees apply)
- 24-hour front desk
Located in Clapham, Euro Hotel London Clapham is within a few miles (5 km) of popular sights such as Battersea Park and The Oval. This 64-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a computer station and a 24-hour front desk. Sloane Square and Tate Britain are also near this London hotel.
For your convenience, a English breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 8 AM to 9:30 AM.
All 64 rooms feature phones. Guests can enjoy flat-screen TVs and stay connected with WiFi. Free toiletries are also included.
Guests staying at Euro Hotel London Clapham enjoy WiFi in public areas, a computer station, and a TV in a common area. Onsite parking is available for a fee. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to help with luggage storage, and answer any questions about the area.
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22% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 748 reviews