The hotel was a surprise to me, on the outside it looks grey and boring, but the inside tells a completely different story, from a modern plush look to the attentive staff, so i guess it proves a book... more
The hotel was a surprise to me, on the outside it looks grey and boring, but the inside tells a completely different story, from a modern plush look to the attentive staff, so i guess it proves a book should not be judged by its cover. However, i did have a few issues.
The first of which was getting, if you go past the turning you are meant to go down the journey in rush hour traffic can be a night mare, it needs a signpost on the road for the hotel, im amazed it does not have one.
Once i managed to get to the hotel parking was a bit of a task as people seem incapable of parking between lines. Dont despair though, if you cannot park at the front i found a number of spaces at the back.
The room was lovely, but, one of the bulbs in the bathroom didnt work in a already very dark room. On entering the bathroom there was dirty tissue on the floor behind the door which you would not expect. And the bed.... the bed was so soft, and sprung it was like sleeping in a trampoline, it took ages to get to sleep, but once asleep i did sleep like a log.
The air con in the room was great, and the bath is massive, probably the biggest bath I have ever used, such a please after a difficult day at work and driving from one side of London to the other.
The food was lovely, i opted for a meal off the menu. I would say though the desserts are pricey and the beer is over priced. Breakfast was a buffet and nicely cooked. All the staff are very good at customer service.
Sort out the beds and the bulbs and the idiots who cannot park, oh and the road sign and this hotel would be a 5/5. I would say best hotel in this area i have stayed in so far. less