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Stayed for 2 nights at this hotel due to its locality as we were using Victoria Station for a bus to Levesdon Studios, Watford. Checking in was flawless and very helpful, polite and attentive. My room was spacious apart from the toilet door which u...More
The entrance to the Inn is a bit odd...the front door is at the top of steps....so you drag your suitcase up the steps into the lobby...there is a ramp but it leads to the dining room...better directional signs would assist first time travellers...rooms are...More
I was here for 2 nights in a single room. A little small but i cannot fault it as it has everything that you might need! Coffee making facility, hairdryer, towels, shower gel, safe...a importantly a comfortable and cosy bed....i reached late but had an...More
Very near Victoria Coach Station, which is what I wanted. Easy check in. Reception staff very helpful and friendly. Room very very small, but very clean, warm and comfortable. Bed was so comfortable. Plenty of hot water. The shower was powerful and spotless. Lights and...More
I stayed for one night when returning to London from the US. Upon arrival, the receptionist first couldn't have been less interested in checking me in.
The room was somewhat clean - very basic and was enough for a night. Wouldn't stay longer than that...More
Time spent in Pimlico is a slower-paced affair than most other Central London neighborhoods. This largely residential area orderly arranged beside the Thames, is a treasure trove of quaint pubs, subtle architectural charms and local boutiques. Here, art lovers thrill at the chance to visit the world class Tate Britain gallery for its collection of British art from the 1500s to the present. For peace and quiet and
some downtime spent along the Thames, Pimlico is highly recommended.
St. George's Tavern has good food. I took my 15 year old granddaughter there three times during our week staying at the Comfort Inn. Just go around the corner to the left and walk up High Street to the corner. Go downstairs... More
St. George's Tavern has good food. I took my 15 year old granddaughter there three times during our week staying at the Comfort Inn. Just go around the corner to the left and walk up High Street to the corner. Go downstairs to eat. The bar is crowded and noisy on the main floor. There are several convenience stores on Buckingham Palace Road on the way to Victoria Station.