Forum Hotel (London) Reviews
Description:97, Cromwell Road, London SW7 4DN. Tel: +44 207 370 5757. Fax: +44 207 373 1448. E-mail: email@example.com. ... more
Newest Review: ... (a distinct lack of smiling going on!). The Forums location couldn't be better, the Gloucester Road tube station is only five minutes away and you can be in Oxford Street within 15. The surrounding area is very quite. We went for a little walk near the hotel and the buildings/cars denote a very prosperous area. The Forums structure is quite old but inside it has a grand feel to it. The ... more
Customer Forum Hotel (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 09/12/00, updated on 09/12/00 (Very useful, 300 readings)
We were in London on a work night out and our accommodation was the celebrious Forum Hotel in Kensington. When we arrived I took a look at the price list which ranged from about £150 to £200 per night per room (twin/double). The staff are made up of a large array of different nationalities and we found them to be attentive if not overly friendly (a distinct lack of smiling going on!). The Forums location couldn't be better, the Gloucester Road tube station is only five minutes away and you can be in Oxford Street within 15. The surrounding area is very quite. We went for a little walk near the hotel and the buildings/cars denote a very prosperous area. The ... Read the complete review
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