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Brunel Lodge
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Reviewed September 12, 2011

Long story short, if your hotel budget allows for a more expensive (and likely better) accommodation in the overpriced greater London market, pass on this guest house. There is little to like about it, with exception of its availability when other places are booked or out of price range. Cons: terrible furniture literally rough around the edges, bad mattress. Occasional strong smell of curry. Noise coming from outside (there is a busy intersection nearby) and inside (slamming bathroom doors in the hallway). Their card reader won't accept American credit cards (without a chip that's common in Europe), so you'll have to make a trip to an ATM and carry a wad of cash on the way back. Arrangement of furniture was such that it was impossible to use the electric kettle they provide without moving the night table. Shower stall is really tiny, but water pressure and temperature was OK. Pros: location. About 10 to 15 minutes walk to central Uxbridge with many excellent restaurants and bars, and 5 min to Brunel University. WiFi didn't work well for one day but was rather stable afterwards, and the fact that's complimentary is great. I had to make my reservation by phone but by the time I arrived, I found that it was all kept in a small paper notebook that was so messed up they could find any record of it -- so I was basically lucky to get a room at all.

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled on business
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2  Thank LongIslandGlobal
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Reviewed August 29, 2011

Had stay here as travel lodge website was down so work booked me in. The room is out of the 70s the main light switch is outside the room and when it couldn't get worse room across had a man and two women staying, who in between their bed sqeaking moments were
smoking pot and managed to set the fire alarm off. Worst sleep ever on the worst place I've ever stayed in

  • Stayed: August 2011
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2  Thank Ji73
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Reviewed July 13, 2011

i've just returned from a 4 day stay at the brunel guest house and found the previous reviews to be completly unfounded. after reading the reviews i was somewhat worried about what to expect on our arrival at the brunel but things turned out ok. ok it's not a 5 star accommodation but it's not advertised as such. the decor is a bit shabby to say the least but a lick of paint would solve this. we had room 204 and my double bed was as comfortable as it get's i had problems getting out of it to go to work lol. the shower is a bit of a joke but that's down to the water pressure not the owners. breakfast comprises of 1 sausage, 1 egg, 2 slices of toast, a spoonful of beans and a glass of juice. i stay in b&b's all over the country and this is definitley not the worst. the manager/owner is fine but a bit dodgy with our language/ accents. the young lady who is stood in reception on the pics actually cooks your breakfast and is sound although a bit difficult to understand. basically if you want 5 star accommodation stay at the ritz

  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled on business
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Reviewed June 13, 2011

Hi am Harry from Australia..am first time came london..am staying 10 nights this hotel.i like this hotel,a lovely place to stay clean comfertable rooms,very good location,great and family friendly staff,fanastic value for money..thanks for brunel lodge guest house....

  • Stayed: June 2011
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Reviewed August 16, 2010

I agree with every negative thing other people have said - the smell of curry/spices was overwhelming when we went to the door/dreadful smelly rooms. Would have gone somewhere else but it was late and we didnt know the area and had interview in Brunel University early next morning - disgusting horrible please - and I'm so glad I wasn't on my own to face that! Scary....Is there no law against these people running guesthouses/B&Bs?

  • Stayed: February 2010, traveled on business
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