Recent guest reviews
Stayed a few times here before. Still an excellent hotel. Check in was quick and friendly. The staff are too be commended for there 1st class help. My room was on the front so had a great view of the park. Traffic noise was very low. My room was a little too warm but was soon corrected by the housekeeping staff. Nice and clean room. Nice new bar area. The breakfast was again very good. Plenty of choice and great value for money. Only problem was my stay was short. Just one night. I look forward too my next stay. Keep up the good work. Thanks again.
This is my fourth or fifth visit to this hotel in the last few years. As usual the hotel is up to its usual high standards. My room as requested overlooked the rear courtyard, not much of a view but very quiet compared to the London traffic at the front. The hotel has been re decorated in the past couple of years and the Woolf and Whistle bar also serves bar food, snacks and nibbles at very good prices. The rooms are all really the same, but all very clean, with an ensuite comprising of bath and shower and fresh towels were supplied every day. As usual I was offered the complimentary three course meal which I had in The President Hotel and breakfast consisted of an all you can eat buffet with a vast amount of choice. As previously stated this is without doubt, in my opinion the best value for money hotel in London and I shall go again.
I have stayed at this hotel for a few years. Sadly this year I feel that the room I had was the smallest and very tired. The hotel is situated above a bowling alley that played VERY LOUD music until 3am at which point there was lots of screaming and shouting. The hotel is a great location to use as a base of sightseeing and the breakfast was good although in previous years it has been better
This hotel convenient if you're arriving at Euston Train Station.Its very comfortable and you can help yourself to as much cooked breakfast as you want The staff are very pleasant and helpful and a short bus ride takes you to the centre of London
Hotel in good location near to Euston station and Russell Square tube. A number of attractions within walking distance. Rooms are no frills but clean and reasonably comfortable. Excellent breakfast. Comfortable bar to return to after a busy day.
This hotel was recommended to us by a businessman we met in a pub. So on our next trip up to London we booked in. We were pleasantly surprised at the cost and to be honest, was a little suspicious of how good it could be. However, on arrival the receptionist was very welcoming and quickly booked us in. First impression was very positive. It looked well maintained and seemed to have all we needed; a bar, restaurant and space. Our room was better then expected, although the bathroom was looking a bit rough round the edges. We went to bar to find that the beer was cheaper than it was in our home town! Then to top it, the food in the bar menu was much cheaper than our local pubs and restaurants. The atmosphere in both the restaurant and bar was very pleasant. We will be using this hotel again.
Staff were good enough to let us early check in. Although when we saw the room wish we hadn't bothered it as damp and cold. We asked for a heater told no but the souls give us extra blankets. The hotel was extremely busy for breakfast the next morning que was out the door of restaurant and halfway up the stairs my friend and I decided to go for a walk hoping when we came back it would be a bit quieter. Not as busy but still pretty busy. We eventually found a table but were told off for sitting down as we hadn't been told to sit. Staff were very much under pressure.
In terms of affordable London accommodation, this place is great. A 1930s charm and decor that are lovely and situated well for London facilities and attractions The bar staff are friendly enough but the desk staff, particularly the night porters are disinterested and often rude. Serving breakfast at 7am for a London hotel is just plain backwards and 7:30am on Sunday ridiculous when there are plenty of people staying who are working in the capitol over the weekend. The local eateries are also not serving early. For the city that never sleeps this area of town seems to prefer a lie in.
Arrived Eurostar late in afternoon so did not want to take tube during peak hour to our airb&b on the other side of river. Have stayed in Russell Square previously so decided to try the sister hotel we stayed in previously. It was a 15 minute walk from St Pancras dragging our bags through heavy foot traffic. Hotel as expected small room and bathroom but luckily with a double bed. We knew the area well and enjoyed revisiting pubs and restaurants along with the museum for two days before we moved on Breakfast simple but OK to keep us going for the day. Hotels in London even budget hotels are expensive, but we enjoyed the Tavistock, but our preference in our return visit next year would be to go straight to an airb&b much cheaper, which means you can stay longer in London.
Stayed here for one night on business and compared to other hotels I've stayed in in the area it offers great value for money. Nice reception area and well stocked bar which is cheaper than the usual London prices. Food in the bar area was better than average however the Indian buffet restaurant was not good quality. The room was basic but clean. Overall was great value for money and would stay here again when on business.
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