Oxford Hotel London Reviews page 4Based on 42 Hotel Reviews
Very pleasant experience; hotel was clean, staff were very helpful and location was excellent.
Easy website to use, and Oxford Hotel London was ideal for our budget. Despite being a low budget hotel in London it more than met our needs and expectations
Very good location. Two minute walk from Earls Court Underground Station. Lovely reception but the room was too small. The black marks on all the walls implied that suitcases were hard to get around the tiny space. The bathroom was a wet room. The walls were incredibly thin as we heard about 3 alarms go off throughout the morning. The balcony door was open when we checked in, therefore the room was freezing. The continental breakfast included was just toast and a boiled eggs. Overall, it wasn't bad if you are just looking for somewhere to sleep but not ideal if you want to spend any time in the hotel
The Oxford Hotel London was very central and right by the tube station, which was also very convenient. The room was small but for the money you couldn't expect more. Excellent value for money
The Oxford Hotel was very clean, with kind staff. It was close to the underground. The main problem was we had a quadruple room, and it was tiny. There was very little room, even for bags.
Extremely good value, room clean and well appointed, staff very friendly, would book Oxford Hotel London again
Oxford Hotel London was close to all amenities, shops, tube, pubs, restaurants etc. It was in a quiet side street. The rooms were clean and adequate. We were in studio 2 a few doors down from the main building. We had problems with the TV not working, the sink very slow in draining and the shower was giving either hot or cold water and at times a nice temperature, mostly tempremental. We complained and were told they would try to fix the TV and sink but the shower would take longer (no false promises). By the evening TV and sink were fixed. The receptionist was most pleasant, helpful and understanding. The breakfast was fairly basic - toast, jam, tea, coffee, fruit juice, and sliced cheese, certainly room for improvement I would suggest perhaps some fresh croissants, yoghurt and cereal. The lift didn't work one morning but by the evening it was fixed. Despite all this, I would recommend this hotel and would return on future visits
The Oxford Hotel London is in a very convenient location. It is less than 5 minutes walk away from Earls Court. The room was very small. It reminded me of a tiny hostel box room. The bathroom had a shower, toilet and sink and was tiny also. The TV (which has satellite channels) was high up on the wall which was a little awkward to watch, there is no A/C but a fan on the wall, this could make the room uncomfortably hot in the summer months. There was a fridge, a tiny wardrobe with hangers, kettle and coffee/tea available. No water or other drinks in the fridge, but this isn't a problem as there's a Marks and Spencer supermarket and Oddbins wine shop at the end of the road. There are also lots of food shops, banks, etc on the main road (Earls Court Road). The hotel boasts wi-fi access but when I checked in and asked them for the code the receptionist informed me that it wasn't working but there were coin-operated terminals. Breakfast was not the best. No cereal. Toast, a selection of jams and butter, cheese, orange juice and coffee. The room doors and main hotel entrance door are operated with an electronic card which is very easy to use unlike some hotels where you swipe. Overall, I would stay at this hotel again, as long as the wi-fi is working, otherwise no chance!!
My room was poor, without aircon, fridge and safe did not work. You have to pay for everything like adaptor, storage of suitcase. Not what I was expecting from a 3 star rated London hotel.
Our two night stay was a real pleasure. The room, (three single beds and en-suite shower) was very neat and clean. The staff were pleasant and very helpful at all times. The breakfast was adequate! We can recommend the Oxford Hotel (London) as it offers great value for money