One Aldwych (London) Reviews
Description:One Aldwych, London WC2B 4BZ. Tel: +44 (0)20 7300 1000 Fax: +44 (0)20 7300 1001. Please visit the website for futher ... more
Newest Review: ... rudely awakened by a call from concierge at 09.30 saying we couldn't have our breakfast in the room as we requested as we were over our 'credit limit'. They would however be more than happy to send someone up to the room to collect a credit card or cash. I told them this was not an option as my boyfriend had yet to visit the cash point (for those who may not be aware you can ... more
Customer One Aldwych (London) Reviews (2)
by - written on 17/02/03, updated on 17/02/03 (Useful, 58 readings)
I stayed at the hotel for Valentine's weekend and took my boyfriend for a treat. We had a lovely deluxe room and a fantastic meal in Indigo where the service was faultless. It all went horribly wrong the morning after though. We were paying by cash and paid for the room in full in advance plus £100 for extras on arrival. Anyway, we celebrated during the evening with Champagne and ran up a fair bill so we were rudely awakened by a call from concierge at 09.30 saying we couldn't have our breakfast in the room as we requested as we were over our 'credit limit'. They would however be more than happy to send someone up to the room to collect a credit card Read the complete review
by - written on 11/09/00, updated on 11/09/00 (Somewhat useful, 85 readings)
One of London’s ever-growing band of chic (and pricey) boutique hotels, One Aldwych opened in 1998 in a prime spot close to Covent Garden. The décor is expansive and sleekly modern, but what distinguishes the hotel from its competitors are the 350 contemporary paintings and sculptures which are scattered throughout the building. There’s also a health club and pool, and two excellent restaurants: Axis and Indigo. One Aldwych is an effortlessly stylish place to stay for those who want a little more dash for their cash. ... Read the complete review
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