Regents Palace (London) Reviews
Description:2**. Piccadilly Circus, London W1A 4BZ. A large hotel. Various bars and restaurants within the hotel, as well as shops. ... more
Newest Review: ... quite as cheap as £44 a night all year round. Somewhat reluctantly watching the programme, I was relieved to find whilst other hotels were deemed hellish by virtue of bodily fluids on walls and bedbug infestations, the Regent’s main faults were the lack of view and a bit of peeling wallpaper – possibly a cause for concern if you’d paid hundreds of pounds, but surely par for ... more
Customer Regents Palace (London) Reviews (3)
by - written on 08/09/03, updated on 08/09/03 (Very useful, 339 readings)
A month or two ago, I booked a hotel for a three night stay in London. After trawling around the Net for bargains and failing miserably, I stumbled across activehotels.com, which offered much better rates than the likes of lastminute.com, whose reputation has been built on providing cheap travel and accommodation options for the spontaneous despite the fact that it’s probably the most expensive site of its type out there. After browsing for a while, I plumped for the Regents Palace Hotel – an absolute snip at £44 a night for a non en-suite twin room in early September. Even better, it is located slap bang in the centre of London, just off ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/03, updated on 28/08/03 (Very useful, 328 readings)
My girlfriend and I recently spent a weekend in London seeing a selection of shows we?d been wanting to see for quite some time, and we stayed overnight in the Regent Palace Hotel. There were two main reasons I picked the Regent Palace Hotel: 1) The price- at £79 for the night it was the cheapest in the area, and actually the only one I could reasonably afford, what with being a student. The prices generally start at about £34 per person per night. 2) The location appeared to be superb, apparently overlooking the statue of Eros and the lights of Piccadilly Circus. On the way there I had been permanently worried that I had spent my money on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/09/00, updated on 12/09/00 (Very useful, 325 readings)
PICCADILLY CIRCUS This hotel is the most central I have ever stayed at. Location, location, location. Situated right bang in the middle of Piccadilly all of London is at your feet. Droves of people pass through this hotel making it a pretty good people-watching place. The staff are very friendly and the food isn’t bad either, they do Sunday carvery lunch for little money. The rooms are not much to write home about and no bathroom en-suite in most, they are actually situated so many on every floor. But I have been told they did some refurbishment and now have a limited amount of rooms with en-suite, which they charge a few pounds more for. ... Read the complete review
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