The Warwick Hotel London Reviews page 4Based on 171 Hotel Reviews
I was there at 7am, but no one answer the door or pick up the phone until 9am. It is totally ridiculous. The beds are too soft in the room so make me backpain on the next day
We read the various reviews and prepared for the worst. Our room had clean bedding, 2 bath towels and a clean toilet. I can't say the room had been cleaned as such but it was reasonable. The shower and basin provided hot water. The double bed was comfortable enough but left little space for much else in the room. Between the foot of the bed and the wall was about 14 inches of gap. Still, we had a view of the square and the window opened. We didn't use the kitchen but instead, for a bedtime cuppa and breakfast I nipped round to the MacDonald's on Praed Street - they do porridge in the mornings, and packs of fruit. We found that no real hassle. I would not recommend it to our age group but we have mentioned it to our grand children, late teens, very early 20s, as an ideally situated spot to stay in London.
Really good location few minutes from the underground and Hyde Park. The hotel was really dirty everywhere and the kitchen was absolutely disgusting. The reception people was very kind but unknown about simple questions. Rooms are nice but very small - and the beds is okay for one night but I cannot recommend to stay five nights in those beds.
Very small room, great location in London though. View from window was of a wall and the smell from the shower when the air conditioning was on was rather musty. But overall, for the price, it was relatively a good hotel. I'd book there again when visiting London
Great price, fantasic location for central London. Rooms are clean and tidy enough, corridors are a bit grubby. Overall really pleased with Warwick Rooms as it was cheap and cheerful.
If you simply need a place to sleep at night - then its ok. I could almost feel every spring in my bed though and the pillows should be retired. The standards are not great. Its more like a student hostel. The staff dont seem friendly or professional. It is in a good location though
Perfect room, good value for money. We stayed in a superior double room, with gardenview which was a small but good room. I would recommend it. Plus we got bedsheets and own fridge and own clean bathroom (bring toilet paper) and small balcony - you could hear the neighbours a bit however kitchen was dirty, but had an oven and microwave. We would go there again
I chose this hotel because it was close to the main line station which was very convenient. It was also good for transport links into Central London. The room was clean but cluttered with too much furniture for a double bunk bed room. The hotel was in the process of being decorated so had to avoid areas of wet paint. The hotel wanted to charge for debit charge transaction and I would think twice about using this establishment again
Exactly what we wanted, cheap, clean, nice little view of Norfolk Square. Near to Tube stations, food shops and Hyde Park. Only down side was the Shower not being very good, and the room was slightly small, but this didn't bother us a bit
All we required was a budget hotel close to London central and this hotel suited our needs perfectly - great location and good value for money. Our room was very clean. The only thing I would have appreciated was tea and coffee making facilities in the room, which were not available