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Exhibition Court Hotel 4

25 Collingham Place, London SW5 0QF England
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Exhibition Court Hotel 4 is a brand new three star deluxe hotel ideal for business travellers, families and tourists, located only 4 minutes walk from Earls Court station. All 30 rooms have been designed with comfort and practicality in mind - whether triple, double or single, all have en-suite rooms and fully equipped kitchens. Newly redecorated all the rooms are bright and airy with large windows and simple lines creating a sense of understated style. if you do not have a reservation or not sure just come to the hotel and even if we do not have availability we will find you a hotel. we would love to help.
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Free internet
Free breakfast
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24-hour security
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24-hour front desk
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Non-smoking hotel
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Jaroslav K wrote a review Jul 2020
Toronto, Canada4 contributions8 helpful votes
My experience , in a nutshell can be defined by one word: Foul if you like a 2 .3 m x 1.4 room where you might actually find yourself showering with your laptop charger because the space is so promiscuously small, then this is the 'bnb ' for you. And if you get scalded by the eccentric shower system or have the auto close door slam behind you, you might enjoy the unique pleasure of Mina at the reception console wringing his manicured hands at your stupidity. I have moved 3 x in 6 days in this oddest of places, never in all my years of travel, East Europe, Tunisia, dive hotels i California have I had the misfortune of this particular slice of dubious accommodation pie. The rawest diamond coated in grease in the best location at the centre of Earls Court. It belongs in a Japanese Endurance documentary. P.S.You do need to stand up to wipe when using the loo..because well, how else will you do this feat with the lack of space?
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Date of stay: July 2020
Trip type: Traveled on business
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Ilgar R wrote a review Mar 2020
1 contribution2 helpful votes
Good service and good value. I need to stay in London for one night and I found the room straight away. Staff very helpful, room is clean and tidy. Everything as I expected. Thank you. I would recommend to anyone.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Traveled on business
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Sibster8 wrote a review Feb 2020
Fareham, United Kingdom26 contributions41 helpful votes
The following is taken from the tripadvisor summary for this "Hotel" (Complete with notes based upon my experience last night) Exhibition Court Hotel 4 is a brand new (Not a chance-we saw newer exhibits in the natural history museum) three star (There is no way that this place would qualify for a single star let alone three) deluxe (This actually made me laugh out loud) hotel ideal for business travellers, families and tourists, located only 4 minutes walk from Earls Court station (This at least is correct). All 30 rooms have been designed with comfort and practicality in mind (They really haven't but I will touch upon this later) - whether triple, double or single, all have en-suite rooms and fully equipped kitchens. Newly redecorated (Lie) all the rooms are bright and airy (Lie) with large windows (Lie) and simple lines creating a sense of understated style. if you do not have a reservation or not sure just come to the hotel and even if we do not have availability(I'm quite sure they will always have availability) we will find you a hotel. we would love to help. My wife booked this "Hotel" as part of our daughter's 4th birthday treat and we arrived full of expectation based upon the blurb from booking.com. After being largely ignored by the receptionist we were told that our room was down "A couple" of stairs (Actually around 20) and we entered to find a "Room" that was smaller than our bathroom at home. There was a small double bed pushed up against the wall, a dusty table and a bathroom that, had we brought a cat with us, would've seen the poor feline's head smashed in if we had tried to swing it. This would've been unsuitable for the two of us but we had specified that we had our daughter with us and were expecting a family room. I'm not sure what sort of family they think would be able to fit into this "Room" comfortably but it certainly wasn't enough for ours. The "newly decorated, bright and airy room" looked like it was a set from a horror movie in a past life and we were aware of some sort of celebration going on somewhere in the "Hotel"; I can only assume the staff were celebrating an anniversary of the last time the cleaners visited. An added treat was the barred window that gave us stunning views of......a corridor that sporadically had the lights turned on illuminating our "Room". I've stayed in some places with terrible views (And we weren't expecting the hanging gardens or Babylon or Sydney opera house of course) but this really took the biscuit! We spent a bit of time trying to find a suitable alternative hotel but were unable to arrange anything at short notice so were resigned to staying where we were. We had been promised free wifi but I couldn't find any reference to the code so asked the receptionist who sighed and said that it was the telephone number for the hotel before returning to fiddling with something below the desk. I apologised for disturbing him from such an important task and headed back downstairs. Bed time was interesting to say the least; my daughter slept next to the wall with my wife cuddled up to her and I got to sleep on the foot of the bed like a puppy. It was either that or the floor, neither of which were really suitable and contributed to us having a terrible night's "Sleep". Come the morning we gathered our things together as quickly as possible as we had no desire to stay any longer than we had to. We walked past the "Breakfast room" which saw a few miserable individuals staring bleakly at plates of toast and muffins-my wife's decision not to pay the extra £3 each for breakfast proved to be a master stroke. We checked out; by this I mean I gave the receptionist the key and he grunted something at me. Thankfully he didn't ask how our stay was as we didn't have enough time to explain how terrible it was. To summarise; this was by far the worst "Hotel" we have ever stayed at and this includes the "Best Inn" in Oldbury, Birmingham which recently was judged to be officially the worst hotel in the UK. It wasn't great at all but it was like the Dorchester in comparison. The rooms at the Exhibition hotel 4 are tiny, dirty, completely unfit for purpose and have no redeeming features. If you are looking for accommodation in the area on a budget there is a pile of bin bags out front that offer a similar level of comfort at a much cheaper price.
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Date of stay: February 2020
Room Tip: The only way you will be able to find a good room is to book a different hotel
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2 Helpful votes
Sparklable wrote a review Feb 2020
Fareham, England, United Kingdom21 contributions31 helpful votes
Utterly utterly dreadful. Whatever you do, do not stay here. Booked a room for two adults and 1 toddler and got a small double bed for all of us! Charged me £63 when I booked it yet was £42 on booking.com on the night (still too expensive), bare floorboards, nasty old table covering the light switches (which were more dust than light switch)bathroom you could barely turn round in, bedding wasn't even the right size for the bed, two old flat pillows,dirty and our window (which had bars on the outside but no lock) went out to an outside corridor with people turning lights on and off! Kitchen right outside the room with all and sundry making tea and clattering crockery around til Christ knows when. How our daughter stayed asleep i'll never know. We're both in pain from the contortionist positions we've had to "sleep" in (it's 20 to 5 in the morning and I've had maybe an hour all night). Needless to say I'll be taking this further with whoever I can. Utter disgrace, they shouldn't be giving this away let alone be selling it to anyone.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
2 Helpful votes
Frank West wrote a review Jan 2020
Colorado1 contribution
It started out seemingly quaint; however, after climbing the stairs, you realise that you may as well have robbed the local Tesco and gotten a 2 month stay in the local prison instead of staying here. The room could barely just fit the bed (see attached pictures). There were two windows, one above the door and one above the shelf. No privacy because when the room next door turned on their light, it fully illuminated our room too - what sort of design is this!? We paid extra for the breakfast prior to arriving for our 3 night stay. They cut corners by providing soft croissants from the local supermarket and billy roll ham which was warm. The canteen looks like something from a hostel, and at least hostels provide cereal. It was like a breakfast you’d find at your alcoholic grand parent’s house after your parents drop you there for a romantic weekend getaway; which was actually the purpose of my trip with my partner, so it was really disappointing. We thought we were getting a great deal because the photos the management show look decent. Our pictures show the reality of this dismal, dingy cave, room no. 16. After discovering that the two power sockets didn’t work and the AC was blowing warm air only, we requested a room change. The man at the front desk threw a card at us and said “find it yourself upstairs.” Room no. 21 was like entering a parallel dimension, identical in every way. We did not swap rooms. As we were leaving, there was nobody manning the desk to check us out - instead they were outside having a smoke. Don’t waste your money - instead, take a trip to Damascus and sleep in the rubble, it would be 100% more comfortable than this Orwellian, privacy lacking sweat box in the backend of Kensington.
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
$51 - $151 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Exhibition Court Hotel 4
Which popular attractions are close to Exhibition Court Hotel 4?
Nearby attractions include Tardis Police Box (0.2 miles), The Blackbird (0.2 miles), and Evans and Peel Detective Agency (0.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Exhibition Court Hotel 4?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, breakfast buffet, and free internet access.
What food & drink options are available at Exhibition Court Hotel 4?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Exhibition Court Hotel 4?
Conveniently located restaurants include Flora Indica, Over Under, and Maroush Bakehouse.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Exhibition Court Hotel 4?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Russian, and Portuguese.
Are there any historical sites close to Exhibition Court Hotel 4?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Churchill War Rooms (2.7 miles), Tower of London (5.0 miles), and Houses of Parliament (2.8 miles).