Rose Court Hotel3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Booked this hotel in December as I wanted to take my mum to Winter Wonderland Hyde park. Our room was on the ground floor right next to the gents public toilets, so not a great location to be in. The window was very high up and the curtain rail had broken so the curtains would not shut properly, there must have been an inch gap around the window so could get drafty. The window in the toilet had cracked and was selotaped up. Water kept bubbling up in the bath, hopefully it wasn't coming from the gents toilets next door - and there was no plug. The radiators were on and there was no way of turning them of so you had no control of the room temperature. However the toilet and the beds were very clean, the breakfast was good and you are literally 5 minutes walk between marble arch station and bond street station. So it really does depend on what you are looking for, a great location at a reasonable price or pay through the nose for a more expensive hotel.
The hotel is well located just along the road from Marble Arch but has clearly seen much better days. Whatever its previous heritage, the whole building is in desperate need of renovation and update. That said, our room was adequately sized, the bed comfortable, the linen and towels clean and the water hot. Breakfast is a workmanlike experience - simple self service and limited. I've stayed in some pretty dire places - this isn't one of them - but if you've selected to stay here, caution your expectations before you walk in the door and try to ignore the peeling wallpaper and paint, the leaky windows and outdated carpets/furniture.
The only positive thing is the excellent location in Central London. The room is overheated and you cannot moderate the heating. Room 103 is equipped with a window door that opens on a shared balcony. The window does not lock properly so it is the first time I feel unsafe in a hotel. You can ear everything from the street as well. Hopefully I always have some earplugs. As for the bathroom, there is NO space at all for your toilets amenities. And I didn’t mention the 40 year old decoration and carpet ... I would not even put my dog in this hotel Breakfast is very average, not even an English breakfast. The staff is very corteous. Keep in mind breakfast starts at 8am so not a place for early birds
Went to London for a birthday celebration. Arrived back at the hotel very late after meal and show, and went straight to bed. In the morning my wife found the tea and coffee in the bedside table, together with a used condom. What else is there to say.
We were given room 300 which was disgusting with rotten window frames (which couldn’t be secured)and dirt due to ineffective cleaning. We were moved to room 101 where the window frames were also rotten and dust hanging on the walls. The windows were single glazed with bad sealing so the room was noisy. On the landing, there were dirty marks above the heater from dust being convected and not cleaned.
Just returned from a 2 night stay. Was apprehensive after reading other reviews but didn't need to be. My sister was allowed to check in early and the room was clean and spacious enough for 3 adults and a teenager. Room cleaned during our stay with fresh bedding and towels. Yes the hotel looks a bit tired but no worse than other hotels in London charging a more expensive rate. Great location for Hyde Park and we found it quiet. Only issue was the fire alarm going off at 2:30am and the poor night porter couldn't switch it off and looked close to tears. Receptionist apologised as soon as we got the desk to check out the following morning. Overall a pleasant stay for a couple of nights and we found the staff friendly. We had no bed bug issues like other reviews.
Location very close to Marble Arch and Oxford street is pretty much the only good thing with this place. Stayed in a family room in the basement. View towards a backyard with litter. Windows had to be closes due to traffic noise just outside. Also a lot of noise from other rooms. Room was quite large, but just a single closet for your belongings. Not even a knob or two by the door for jackets. Firm beds, acceptable for a few night, in other words not not terrible :) Bathroom with broken door. Could only be closed by locking it from the inside, which of course means the bathroom door stays open at night and when nobody is using it... Add a broken cistern that kept flushing for 5 mins after every visit you could imagine that this was anoying. Especially at night. Hotel offers free wifi, but poor quality. TV in room. No AC. Continental breakfast (beans, scrambled eggs and toast) was included. Eggs, bacon and more for a ekstra fee. Be prepared to wait quite some time for breakfast if you order the addons. Breakfast was OK, but staff in kitchen and breakfastarea was loud, ineffective and quite rude. Staff at frontdesk however, was polite and helpful. Common areas were messy with a lot things stashed here and there. Also on the plus side; room was clean, cleaned every day with new towels every day.
Booked in thinking it was wheelchair friendly, its no had problems just getting into building, was booked in for 6 days couldn't have a shower the whole time as they have the shower over the bath not good if your a wheelchair user
This is without doubt the worst hotel I have ever stayed in. It may have been owned by the Churchill family in the past but I doubt it has been redecorated since they left! The bathroom smelt of damp and the window in the bedroom wouldn't shut. Having read the reviews, sadly not until after it was too late to cancel, I decided to give breakfast a miss. Take my advice, book somewhere else, anywhere else...
I visited this hotel for two nights in a weekend stay, my friend had already booked it, did tell me the reviews were mixed but you take a chance sometimes, we certainly did. We were too early in arriving for check in so left our bags and called back later in the day, I was shown my room up a dirty stairway that had carpet on it that was out of the ark , room was just as bad, tiny, more like s cupboard with a window looking out the back to other buildings that were similar. Very unattractive. Small bathroom with a shower tray which was The tiniest I've ever seen you kept hitting yourself off the sides when using it, a wardrobe and set of drawers that had seen better days and smelled fusty and robe was damp, awful looking. We had been given the continental breakfast option but immediately decided not to eat anything in this place. The location of hotel is excellent, close to Hyde park, Oxford street and tube station, but the hotel is ancient and badly needing upgrade, it looked more like a DSS establishment, definitely would not return here if you paid me . Worst I've ever encountered.
- Walking distance to Marble Arch and Selfridges
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- 24-hour front desk
Located in Marylebone, Rose Court Hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Marble Arch and within 15 minutes of other popular attractions like Selfridges. The 43 rooms at this 3-star hotel include coffee makers and LCD TVs. It's in central London and also close to Buckingham Palace and Royal Albert Hall.
For your convenience, a English breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 8 AM to 10 AM.
Rose Court Hotel's 43 rooms provide coffee makers and desks. Guests can expect free WiFi and LCD TVs. Hair dryers are also included.
Rose Court Hotel features free WiFi in public areas and a TV in a common area. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with tours/tickets and securing valuables.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
37% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 352 reviews