Hotel City Continental (Kensington) Reviews
Description:Address: 11-13 Penywern Road, London SW5 9TT / Tel: 020 7373 6514
Newest Review: ... combination of small hotel chintz and big brand generic. The room was surprisingly large, with loads of room to manoeuvre, entirely unexpected for a hotel in this price brand in the capital. We had the requested twin beds and they were properly separate, with a shared bedside table in between. The beds were made up simply with quilts, all white bedding and no hideous bedspreads. Each one had ... more
Customer Hotel City Continental (Kensington) Reviews (1)
by - written on 18/01/11 (Very useful, 84 readings)
I had to go to Putney for a work thing, and because I'm currently staying way up north, this meant I needed to stay overnight in London. Though my organisation was paying, I don't like to abuse people's hospitality, so I was on the lookout for a cheap place to rest my head. They had suggested some B&Bs near the office, but I've stayed in one before, and they are literally just a room in someone's house, therefore I was very pleased when, after a quick search, I found I could stay here instead for exactly the same price. I booked about 5 days in advance, and paid a non-refundable £45 for a twin room with breakfast for two. Normally I try to book with much ... Read the complete review
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