The Cumberland Hotel (London) Reviews
Description:Great Cumberland Place, W1H 7DL, London, UK.
Newest Review: ... for us, but we had arrived about 11am, they were more than happy to keep our bags and said there would be a room ready about 2pm. We were quite happy with this. Our room was not very big, but clean and comfortable with a nice ensuite and was decorated in a very modern style. Other than not being huge we couldn't really complain about it. If we twisted our necks slightly looking out of the ... more
Customer The Cumberland Hotel (London) Reviews (2)
by - written on 27/03/09 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Booked this hotel using Tesco vouchers, £10 of vouchers gives £40 of hotel vouchers and thought we got a pretty good deal this way. The hotel's lobby is very modern and is like an art gallery, the changing coloured lighting was quite atomospheric. The receiption staff were friendly, but had no room ready for us, but we had arrived about 11am, they were more than happy to keep our bags and said there would be a room ready about 2pm. We were quite happy with this. Our room was not very big, but clean and comfortable with a nice ensuite and was decorated in a very modern style. Other than not being huge we couldn't really complain about it. If we ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/03/09 (Very useful, 61 readings)
The Cumberland hotel hosts a great location on Great Cumberland Place. Based at the end of Oxford street; it's a great location for shopping and access to the rest of London. Transport:- Getting to the hotel is easy enough. From Paddington it costs about £5 in a taxi. There nearest tube station is Marble Arch and is about a five minuet walk away if that. When you walk into the hotel you will be met with what looks like an art exhibition, there are sculptures, paintings and different lit up flooring to give it a modern contemporary feel. There are plenty of checking in desks so you never have to wait long and the concierge ... Read the complete review
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