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My Place Hotel

2.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

The staff were very friendly and the location was fantastic. The room itself, however, left much to be desired. The shower didn't work - only about a quarter of the water was redirected from the bath to the shower faucet. The room was old and lacked comfort. Note that it is also right next to a night club and was very loud. Room was stuffy, but opening the window meant that I had to hear the noise from the street. Did not sleep well and will look elsewhere next time.

I hate to give a horrible review because we had high hopes for this hotel, based on its convenient location in Earl's Court and the other positive reviews. I had booked and prepaid for the room for 3 nights. The first night we were there, my husband dreamt that he was being attacked by vampires who were sucking his blood, but it turned out to be a swarm of bed bugs! He spent half the night killing the bed bugs that were crawling around and caught a few. He mentioned this to reception in the morning - one employee feigned surprise and said they had never ever had bed bugs before, but another employee admitted that there were bed bugs because of the heat, but there was nothing they could do because they were fully booked and they could not move us to another room. The second night we slept on the floor near the door, which was slightly better. The next day, my husband talked to the manager about checking out a day early (due to the infestation) and getting a refund. However, we were told that because we had booked the room through Orbitz, it would not be possible for the hotel to give us a refund. We checked out early anyway, and I contacted Orbitz to let them know. I know you get what you pay for, but even on a budget, I don't think any traveler agrees to sleep in a bed bug infested room!

located a 90-second walk from the earl's court tube, the hotel's location can't be beat. while rooms are small and carpets tattered and drapes faded, the place remains very possibly the capital's best buy in a budget hotel. if someone finds something better at this price, let me know. only reservation is that it is not handicapped -accessible, due to zoning laws. however, it does not pretend to be.

Very nice location right by the underground station. A bit run down, could use some updating but overall a very nice stay.

located rıght across the street from the earls court underground, the hotel ıs ın thearea of all kınds of restaurants shops and markets. rooms are tıny and can be a bıt dıffıcult to navıgate . bathtub ın room thıs stay. rooms all have a mını frıdge. breakfast ıs medıocre. wıll use hotel on next vısıt to the capıtal

This place sounds much better than it is... looks lousy inside and i am sorry... choose something else! ds

Very close to Earl's Court station. Tiny room had nice view of back garden.

Nice, cheap and well located hotel. Next to the underground station. Helpful staff and pleasant atmosphere. Spotty WiFi reception and poor range, squeaky bed. Overall – good deal. Will visit them again!

We spent 6 nights here recently. Pros: Location-very convenient to Heathrow & Tube, and nice Marks & spencer minimart, and good restaurants, pubs Staff-People at front desk very nice Cons: Wifi-only on ground floor Amenities-contenential breakfast is OK Coffee-is from a machine, but there is a Costa Coffee two doors down All in all, is price is good, this hotel makes sense

The hotel location is prime being only steps away from the Earl's Court tube station, however, actual ammenities and service were fair at best. It was unusually cold in London when I was there and when I returned from a day of exploring and was ready to relax for the evening, my room had NO HEAT (the radiator in my room was not functioning). I immediately went to the Front Desk and it was a hassle to get a portable heater to have for my stay (I wasn't even able to take my coat off for a few hours once the heater started to work). The next day, my heater was gone after it was cleaned by the Housekeeping staff,and I had to bargain with the Front Desk to get it back again. Other than that, it is an OK hotel for the price and location. I would not stay there again, however.

The location of the hotel is great. It's next to Earl's court tube station, which makes it easy & convenient to travel around central london. The hotel is average for what you would expect for this area of London and cheap. The rooms are small (as are most hotels in this area) and the decor needs renewing, but if you are looking for a no-thrills, cheap hotel in a central location then this will fit the bill.Plenty of nice places to eat or go out also within walking distance.

The location was perfect. We had easy access to the tube stop, Earls Court, which made getting to the airport and Wimbledon very easy.

Looking for a third world experience right in the heart of London? Look no further! Filthy, unkempt, with a seedy nightclub in the basesment pounding appalling music into the night, complete with greasy, thuggish-looking bouncers hanging about outside. The room? "Victorian elegance" says the write-up. Hah! Rickety, cheap furniture. Threadbare curtains. The dirtiest carpet I've ever seen. And the walls? They haven't seen a lick of paint since Victoria herself was a child. If you can manage to choke back the disgusting "breakfast buffet" on offer (tepid instant coffee, half-done Wonder bread toast, cold hard-boiled eggs...) in the filthy, dingy dining room, either you're desparate, have no taste, are half-starved to begin with, or have lost a bet. At half the price, this dump would still be a rip-off.

Exactly what I expected. Small but clean rooms, affordable, simple but free continental breakfast. VERY close to the Earl's Court Tube stop (30 seconds). Wifi didn't work well in my room, but was fine in the small lobby and breakfast area.

My Place Hotel is near the Earls Court Tube stop. It features very small clean rooms, a very basic continental breakfast, reasonably cordial and helpful staff. Within 3 blocks of the hotel is a tremendous variety of restaurants and shops.

1-3 Trebovir Road London England

Hotel highlights

  • Close to Royal Albert Hall and Natural History Museum
  • Free continental breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining

Located in Earl's Court, My Place Hotel is within a mile (2 km) of popular sights such as Royal Albert Hall and Natural History Museum. This 50-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and a nightclub. Also close to this London hotel are Buckingham Palace and Big Ben.


Dining

Start your day off right with a free continental breakfast. This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service.


Rooms

All 50 rooms provide refrigerators and safes. Guests can enjoy free WiFi and flat-screen TVs. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries.


Property features

My Place Hotel features a nightclub, free WiFi in public areas, and a meeting room. Transportation is made easy with limo/town car service. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include coffee/tea in a common area, a computer station, and free newspapers.

Room options

Standard Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Standard Double Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Standard Triple Room

Full 1 | Twin 3 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for My Place Hotel

Everyone (2) Business (3) Couples (2) Other (8)
2

disappointing hotel with great staff

Everyone

The staff were very friendly and the location was fantastic. The room itself, however, left much to be desired. The shower didn't work - only about a quarter of the water was redirected from the bath to the shower faucet. The room was old and lacked comfort. Note that it is also right next to a night club and was very loud. Room was stuffy, but opening the window meant that I had to hear the noise from the street. Did not sleep well and will look elsewhere next time.

By , from Virginia on May 15, 2017

1

convenient location, but bed bugs!

Everyone

I hate to give a horrible review because we had high hopes for this hotel, based on its convenient location in Earl's Court and the other positive reviews. I had booked and prepaid for the room for 3 nights. The first night we were there, my husband dreamt that he was being attacked by vampires who were sucking his blood, but it turned out to be a swarm of bed bugs! He spent half the night killing the bed bugs that were crawling around and caught a few. He mentioned this to reception in the morning - one employee feigned surprise and said they had never ever had bed bugs before, but another employee admitted that there were bed bugs because of the heat, but there was nothing they could do because they were fully booked and they could not move us to another room. The second night we slept on the floor near the door, which was slightly better. The next day, my husband talked to the manager about checking out a day early (due to the infestation) and getting a refund. However, we were told that because we had booked the room through Orbitz, it would not be possible for the hotel to give us a refund. We checked out early anyway, and I contacted Orbitz to let them know. I know you get what you pay for, but even on a budget, I don't think any traveler agrees to sleep in a bed bug infested room!

By , from Los Angeles, CA on Sep 16, 2016

4

may be the british capital's best budget hotel value

Singles

located a 90-second walk from the earl's court tube, the hotel's location can't be beat. while rooms are small and carpets tattered and drapes faded, the place remains very possibly the capital's best buy in a budget hotel. if someone finds something better at this price, let me know. only reservation is that it is not handicapped -accessible, due to zoning laws. however, it does not pretend to be.

By on Oct 12, 2015

5

my place

Singles

Very nice location right by the underground station. A bit run down, could use some updating but overall a very nice stay.

By on Mar 26, 2015

4

possıbly the capıtal cıtys best hotel value

Singles

located rıght across the street from the earls court underground, the hotel ıs ın thearea of all kınds of restaurants shops and markets. rooms are tıny and can be a bıt dıffıcult to navıgate . bathtub ın room thıs stay. rooms all have a mını frıdge. breakfast ıs medıocre. wıll use hotel on next vısıt to the capıtal

By on Oct 18, 2014

1

not good

BusinessTravelers

This place sounds much better than it is... looks lousy inside and i am sorry... choose something else! ds

By on Feb 16, 2014

2

very close to underground

Singles

Very close to Earl's Court station. Tiny room had nice view of back garden.

By on Oct 3, 2013

4

excellent location, fair accommodation

BusinessTravelers

Nice, cheap and well located hotel. Next to the underground station. Helpful staff and pleasant atmosphere. Spotty WiFi reception and poor range, squeaky bed. Overall – good deal. Will visit them again!

By on Nov 23, 2012

3

fine, just don't expect luxury

Couples

We spent 6 nights here recently. Pros: Location-very convenient to Heathrow & Tube, and nice Marks & spencer minimart, and good restaurants, pubs Staff-People at front desk very nice Cons: Wifi-only on ground floor Amenities-contenential breakfast is OK Coffee-is from a machine, but there is a Costa Coffee two doors down All in all, is price is good, this hotel makes sense

By on Oct 28, 2011

3

value and location are ok

Singles

The hotel location is prime being only steps away from the Earl's Court tube station, however, actual ammenities and service were fair at best. It was unusually cold in London when I was there and when I returned from a day of exploring and was ready to relax for the evening, my room had NO HEAT (the radiator in my room was not functioning). I immediately went to the Front Desk and it was a hassle to get a portable heater to have for my stay (I wasn't even able to take my coat off for a few hours once the heater started to work). The next day, my heater was gone after it was cleaned by the Housekeeping staff,and I had to bargain with the Front Desk to get it back again. Other than that, it is an OK hotel for the price and location. I would not stay there again, however.

By on Dec 1, 2010