We stayed in room 208, it was a twin room, and it was dire.
Everything was extremely dated, the bathroom was ingrained with dirt from years of neglect, the grout was filthy the shower curtain was old and stained, the shower pole was rusted terribly. The sink cup was an ancient plastic reusable tumbler that simply needed throwing. The towels were a mismatch of colours and threadbare rags.
The beds were comfortable enough but in desperate need of a new quilt cover and sheet. The pillows were very well used and need replacing. The wardrobe was archaic and had numerous broken unusable tatty plastic hangers. The bottom of the wardrobe was littered with old bed parts, castors etc, there were milk lids(from the small plastic cartons provided for tea and coffee) on the carpet so I dread to think when it was last hoovered. The socket behind the bed was hanging off, the mismatch of mugs and pots with coffee tea and sugar were something I'd expect to see in a building site canteen not a £75.00 per night room.
Breakfast greets you with a pre filled bowl of cornflakes that seem to simply sit there until someone eats them,(I did see the waitress tip an unused bowl of cornflakes from a finished table into another bowl on another table for the next guest?????) needless to say I didnt eat the cereal. The cooked breakfast was adequate however I dread to think what unfolds the other side of the kitchen door.
DO NOT STAY HERE IF YOU ARE LIKE ME AND EXPECT A DECENT STANDARD OF ACCOMODATION!!
- Also Known As:
- The Regal Guest House London, England