Thistle Bloomsbury Hotel (London) Reviews
Description:Address: Bloomsbury Way London / WC1A 2SD
Newest Review: ... very dark and we asked for a non smoking family room and it was definitely smelling of smoke. Being a non smoking family we immediately pick up on these smells. We went down to reception whom were obviously too busy to deal with us! Snooty receptionist treated us like dirt. Everything we said seemed too much hassle to her. We paid a lot of money to stay in this hotel so wanted moved from our ... more
Customer Thistle Bloomsbury Hotel (London) Reviews (3)
by - written on 02/10/09 (Useful, 18 readings)
Beautiful hotel/reception, not bad rooms but BAD views and even worse customer service skills! We stayed at the Thistle Bloomsbury Hotel in July this year, they have just refurbished some of the rooms. First of all we were located in an old room located at the back of the Hotel with no views or basically a view of a window. The room was very dark and we asked for a non smoking family room and it was definitely smelling of smoke. Being a non smoking family we immediately pick up on these smells. We went down to reception whom were obviously too busy to deal with us! Snooty receptionist treated us like dirt. Everything we said seemed too much hassle to her. We ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/09/09 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Over the bank holiday weekend my mum and I went to London to visit my sister who lives in Russell square. We wanted a hotel near to her flat so searched all the prices of hotels around there, obviously with it being central London the prices were high, but luckily the thistle hotel accept tesco club card vouchers! The cost was £270, for two people for two nights, which over a bank holiday weekend I thought when booking that it was quite reasonable. The hotel is in a fantastic location, about a 20 min walk from St Pancreas/Kings cross. A 5 min walk from Russel Square tube station. And only costs about £5 in a famous London black cab to get to the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/03/09 (Useful, 37 readings)
I stayed here a couple of years ago and although the location is great for theatre and shopping the hotel badly needed a refurbishment. I note now from their website that this is currently happening and the hotel has been renamed The Kingsley. It would appear that the refurb is due to be completed in June 2009. The building itself would have been lovely in its day, it is Edwardian and I do hope that they manage to keep the character and features from that time whilst updating the rooms to a high standard. The hotel was clean and comfortable, but the ensuites were quite small and had cracked and missing wall tiles. The rooms were not huge but of a ... Read the complete review
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