Rooms vary in size due to the age of the building, but on average are medium in size. All are in fair decorative order although basic, as are the bathrooms. The bathrooms are small in size on average. This is a typical converted townhouse dating back to the mid 19th century. The hotel actually consists of two buildings, one in front of the other, the Tudor Inn being the annex with exactly the same quality of rooms and service. The lobby is small in size and pleasantly decorated with a comfortable seating area. This is a good budget product within walking distance of important attractions such as the Tate gallery and Buckingham Palace, and ideally located for travellers wanting to stay in the hub of the capital. (07/07 LP)
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The hotel is located in Victoria, a few minutes walking distance from the mainline train and tube station, in a peaceful side street.
It's probably a case of getting what you pay for, and budget is just that. I had opted for single occupancy in a double room,the room was so small that the double bed took up most of the space and getting clothes into the wardrobe involved climbing over the bed,this room would not work for two people. The room was also quite grubby with unhemmed curtains on the large window which allowed in lots of street light. The en-suite was adequate but there was no hot water either morning, I reportrd this the first morning but it was even colder the second morning and I had to use an already vacated but uncleaned room to shower. The best part of staying in this hotel was its location close to Victoria Station but I don't think I'll be going back.
2 out of 5
Myself and my adult daughter stayed here for 3 nights. ...
Myself and my adult daughter stayed here for 3 nights. The bedroom was small, but very clean. The staff, especially the manager, were very helpful and friendly. The hotel was in a very safe and quiet area and very convenient to the tube station. I would definetly stay there again.