|Year of Last Renovation:||2011|
|Corridors:||Both Interior and Exterior Hallways|
|Non Smoking Rooms:||215|
|Room Windows:||Windows Do Open|
|Meeting Space:||497 sq. feet|
|Banquet Space:||Holds 150 people|
|Dist. to Food/Bars:||On-site|
|Dist. to 24hr Restaurant:||0.5 Mi|
|Dist. to Nearest Gym:||On-site|
|Lounge/Bar Hours:||24 hours|
|Total Misc Fees:||$0.00 USD
(mandatory resort fees/taxes)
Heathrow Airport Distance from hotel: 29 km. Drive time: 30 min. Directions: Heathrow Airport - Take the Piccadilly Line tube from Terminals 1,2,3, 4 or 5 direct to Holborn tube station. Exit the station to the right and take the short walk along Southampton Row to the Hotel. Directions: Gatwick Airport - Take the Gatwick Express to Victoria Mainline station. On arrival take the short walk across the concourse to Victoria underground station. From here take the Victoria Line tube to Oxford Circus, change for the Central Line to Holborn. Exit the station to the right and take the short walk along Southampton Row to the Hotel.Airport Shuttle? Sorry, no airport shuttle available.
Sorry, pets are not allowed.
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Check in time is 15.00 based on the hotel's local time. Early check in may be available if requested at the front desk on the day of check-in.
Check out time is 11.00 based on the hotel's local time. Late check out may be available if requested at the front desk during your stay.
There are 215 rooms in the property.
Yes, they have 13 meeting rooms that can support various table layouts.
Yes, there is a gym/fitness area available on-site at the property.
Yes. Room service is average. About half of guests found the room service acceptable.
Yes. Great shopping. Most guests liked the proximity to shopping.
Dining experience could be nicer. For 53%, the dining experience was not enjoyable.
Yes. WiFi system needs upgrading. Had to pay for wifi. Wifi did not work. Wifi quality could be improved. Most guests said the wifi quality was bad.
Yes. Bar service was unacceptable, according to 62%.