Posthouse Hotels in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... delivered. Although it was around £14 for Continental it was well worth it if you wanted to wake up and luxuriate. Instead of rushing early to get a shower, dress ect. you could just wake and collect from the friendly waters. Watch telly too, sit in a nice chair or watever. This is the norm in big hotels nowadays. Obviously not in Travel Inns but in Holiday Inns, Moat Houses, Thistle, Mariott, Hilton and probably the Kensington Close aswell as other big individuals. Well, this hotel I think is part of someone called Cola Holdings. THE LOUNGE Before you got to the Marloes Tavern, you went past the lounge. Fitted with contemporary Posthouse... more
Customer Posthouse Hotels in general Reviews (2)
by - written on 06/04/03, updated on 06/04/03 (Very useful, 514 readings)
As you may know, Posthouse in 2001 were taken over by Six Continents Hotels(formerly Bass)and most have changed to Holiday Inn with a few into Crowne Plaza. Unfortunately, a few couldn't and have been sold to other groups. I went a few months after the aquisition and it was still a Posthouse(April 2002). It is now the Kensington Close Hotel which was what it was known as before it was a Posthouse in 1996. Anyway, the hotel was in the Posthouse porfolio style, you know, the contemporary style with leather chairs. This is the Holiday Inn portfolio now and I think will stay as it shows most of the room pictures in this style. Well, want to find out more... ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/01, updated on 02/08/01 (Very useful, 185 readings)
When my parents told me they would be coming to London for a visit, I went on the web in search for a reasonably-priced hotel in central London. I found an offer on lastminute.com for a double room in the Posthouse Bloomsbury for £50/night. It was impressively rated 4 stars and was only a short stroll from Russell Square. Ideal, I thought. It was only until after they checked in that I went to see the hotel first in. Location was good- literally only 3 minutes or so from the tube station. The hotel lobby was marble floored and very cool. The air conditioning was pumped in and there were lots of people sitting on leather chairs in the lobby. Good sign, I ... Read the complete review
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