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Club Quarters Hotel St. Paul's
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Reviewed June 11, 2013

We had a party to attend up in London and so rather than having to leave early to get the train back home we opted to make a weekend of it and stay over. My boyfriend found Club Quarters on one of the Hotel sites and it was 50 yards from the party venue so spot on for what we needed. I think we paid £130 for a double room but that might have been a deal.

The hotel is literally a stones throw (even with my girly throwing) from St Pauls. The staff were very friendly and helpful although there is an automated check in and out so you can pretty much do all that yourself and was all very efficient. We didn't try out the bar but the whole area looked very pleasant with comfortable seats. There is also a fitness room.

We were in room 225 and it was right at the end of a corridor overlooking the back. It was extremely quiet and we weren't disturbed by traffic noise or noise from other guests at all, you really forgot you were in the centre of London. The room was large and clean, the bed comfortable, shower lovely and hot etc etc - all the usual things you want. I suspect they cater for a lot of business people in that part of town and the room did have a large desk area with TV screen plusUSB and other sockets to plug laptops etc into. It looked like it might have had a speaker to plug an iPod into but we didn't try it out. Wifi was free and easy to connect to. We had a tea/coffee making facilities in the room and if I had two minor grips it would be that they only provided two teabags and as we are both tea drinkers it would have been nice to have a few more. We could probably have asked but there is a Simply M&S a few doors away so we bought our own (it's open until 7pm so quite useful). Second minor grip was that I used the desk area as a dressing table where there were sockets as I need to straighten my hair but there is no mirror there. There was a full length mirror in the room but no socket close to it so I had to try and manage with a small mirror I had with me. (There was a hairdryer in the bathroom and a second in the draw if required). Having said that on our floor there was a guest services room which contained the ice vending machine plus a washing machine/tumble drier and an iron so really useful if you were staying a few days and needed to wash a few things through. There was also a water dispenser on the floor with plastic bottles rather than cups which was a good idea.

Checkout was a noon so no need to hurry and breakfast was served until 11am. There was an option of continental which was around £9+ but we went for the full version at £13+ which included juice, fresh fruit, pastries, toast, cereals and full English/Eggs Benedict/Eggs Florentine/Scrambled Egg and Smoked salmon. Again, the staff were very friendly and we could really have just had breakfast and skipped lunch as there was plenty.

As I mentioned the hotel is very close to St Paul's and we had intended to hop over to Oxford Street in the afternoon and do some shopping but it was a lovely sunny afternoon and in the end opted to stay local as it was so pleasant around there and wandered over the Millenium Bridge, which is just by St Pauls, to the South bank where the Tate Modern and Globe are situated. The whole area has seen a massive amount of regeneration since I was last there so there is far bit to do right on the doorstep. There were also a lot of cafes and restaurants close by if you don't want to eat at the hotel so spoilt for choice on that front. St Pauls underground station is only a few minutes walk away.

We would certainly have no hesitation in staying there again, or recommending it. An excellent option in the centre of London.

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank Sarah_Lou_222
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Reviewed June 11, 2013

I stayed here for 2 nights during a business trip to London and was accompanied by my wife. The room was spacious and pleasantly decorated. The rooms had fantastic amenities like iPod Player and docking station for laptops, in addition to free Wi-Fi connection. The room we stayed had basic kitchenette.

The lobby area had complimentary tea/coffee all day long. Plus they had water dispensaers on each floor with sealed bottles, this was complimentary too!

The location of the hotel is great as it is situated next to St. Paul's cathedral with loads of restaurants and pubs around. Tube station is just a couple of mins walk.

Highly recommended !

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled on business
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Thank mustumm
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Reviewed June 10, 2013

Club Quarters hotels are fairly consistent - this one is no exception. Simple, inconspicuous entrance and minimal lobby. The rooms are clean, functional and comfortable for overnights but not designed for lounging. Restaurant adjacent with decent English breakfast; fitness room on lower level. The entrance is steps from St. Paul's and a few blocks from tube stops, close to the Millennium Bridge and business district of the city. Don't be dismayed by the noisy, cluttered bus stop at the entrance to the hotel - once you're inside it's fine. Lots of rooms at the quiet back side of the building - I didn't hear a thing all night. Internet is pervasive but slow. Overall a great location and decent value.

Room Tip: Request front side for view of cathedral; back side for quiet.
  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled on business
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Thank jake K
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Reviewed June 10, 2013

Brilliant location for all our needs, well appointed rooms adequate for an over night stay with friends. Staff helpful, one of our rooms was ready early and we were able to leave our luggage there. No problem with leaving luggage after our stay either

  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled with friends
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Thank JanetteS_12
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Reviewed June 8, 2013

Couldn't fault the hotel. Very nice room with a view of St Paul's Cathedral,lots of nice little extras e.g. a cupboard where you could help yourself to teabags, coffee, milk and extra pillows plus a water dispenser with plastic bottles.The only downside came to light when we returned to the area at about 11pm, following the concert we attended, to discover that everything was closed! We had hoped to have a few drinks and a meal, but ended up with a McDonalds which was the only place open. (It was a Saturday night)

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank Roselin17
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