The Royal National Hotel (London) Reviews
Description:Bedford Way at Russell Square / London WC1H 0DG / England. / Multistory tourist hotel with restaurant & modern ... more
Newest Review: ... and students worldwide. Once we checked into our room via swipe card, there was 4 beds in the room, a double wardrobe, 3 sets of drawers, trouser press and TV. We had a family room which sleeps 4. The room was very roomy and there was 2 radiators in the room, which we did use although we left the window open. there was also a kettle and the usual tea / coffee / biscuits etc. It was ... more
Customer The Royal National Hotel (London) Reviews (6)
by - written on 28/08/11 (Useful, 20 readings)
We went to The Royal National Hotel in London a few days after the royal wedding celebrations in May this year. We booked this through a city break package for a 3 night stay for 2 adults and 2 children including first class rail travel from Dundee to London for an excellent deal of £600 for all of us. The hotel is a short taxi ride from Kings Cross Station which cost around £8. When we arrived at the hotel we checked in at the desk. Now I did find the people at the desk helpful and we checked in speedily, there was no queue although there was a lot of school children around in the foyer waiting on check in too. I think this hotel is used for international stays .. Read the complete review
by - written on 29/04/10 (Very useful, 41 readings)
I have just returned from a short break in London where I stayed at the Royal National Hotel in Russell Square. I did not choose the hotel as I went with my Mum who organised the trip but next time I will be checking to make sure that she books something better! ~~Location~~ This is well located, it is only a couple of minutes walk from the tube station and we found it very easily. ~~First Impressions~~ The hotel is very big and when we entered the lobby it was full of busloads of teenagers from various countries. They were all milling about and getting in the way as they were being checked in by their tour leaders and no-one thought to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/01/10 (Very useful, 98 readings)
Royal National Hotel - 3 star While we were in London on our honeymoon we had to stay over one night before we started our Cosmos tour of Europe (see review). One of the places that the tour met you at that we were told about was at the Royal National Hotel so we thought it probably would be easiest if we stayed at this hotel instead of trying to find it in a panic. So my husband booked it and it cost £99.50 online. This price also included breakfast. I have to say my first impression of this hotel wasn't great the staff were not very helpful, pleasant or friendly. They did not seem interested in helping us and to be quite honest didn't seem happy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/01/09 (Very useful, 34 readings)
This without a doubt is the worst hotel I have ever stayed in bar a hotel in Kenya I stayed in (however that is a third world country and I only paid $15 dollars for that room)!!! Location of the hotel is good and that's the only positive. Close to Russell Square tub station. Hotel is massive I think that here are over 2000 rooms and so gets very busy. Check in reminded me of an airport check in desk the reception is that large and its just not like a hotel. The hotel does cater for a wide variety of guests from different nationalities, however English was certainly not the preferred language of the person that served me so ignored the questions ... Read the complete review
by JANICE KAY - written on 28/12/07
Good location for this budget hotel, no facilities at all, staff were unpleasant and not helpful at all. Dont bother with reception staff or porters...they couldnt care less. Nobody smiles there. Good location, fairly clean. You get what you pay for.
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