Travelodge London Kings Cross Royal Scot Reviews
Description:Address: 100 King's Cross Road / London / WC1X 9DT / / Formerly the Thistle Kings Cross
Newest Review: ... approached many times near the hotel and this has put me off ever staying in the Kings Cross area again. The hotel itself is big and ugly. There are steps up to the main entrance with no wheelchair access evident. When I arrived at the hotel I expected a quick service as I'd received during stays at other Travelodges. However, when I first arrived there was no staff behind the front desk. ... more
Customer Travelodge London Kings Cross Royal Scot Reviews (8)
by - written on 21/01/13 (Very useful, 38 readings)
This is a review for the Kings Cross Royal Scot Travelodge. I stayed here last year when attending an event in London. I didn't have much money to spare so went about looking for the cheapest place I could find online. I found a room here for £45 for one night. I have stayed in Travelodges around the country and always found them to be reasonable for the price they charge. I therefore had some expectations of what to expect. I did have some problems locating the hotel due to the fact that there are more than one Travelodge in the Kings Cross area. I actually printed an online map of another hotel and headed there, only to be told that I was in the wrong place. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/12/12 (Very useful, 40 readings)
My sister moved to London a while ago and my Mum and I thought it would be nice to visit for a couple of days to spend some girly, family time together. We managed to get really cheap train tickets and hoped that we could find a bargain hotel to match. We were lucky enough to come across a Travelodge in the Kings Cross area which was priced at £29 a night. We snapped it up as it seemed too good to be true; it was booked for a Monday night about 6 weeks before Christmas. We got the train to London Liverpool Street and got the tube to King's Cross. We decided that we would walk to the hotel as it was raining and roads were gridlocked so we figured it would ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/12/12 (Very useful, 51 readings)
On a recent trip to London with my flatmate, we knew we wanted to stay somewhere tried and tested - somewhere where we would know what we was going to get. This is why we picked to stay in a Travelodge. Although not the best hotels in the world, they are clean and the beds aren't too uncomfortable. The Travelodge branch in question is the Kings Cross Royal Scot. == Location == As you can probably tell from the name of the hotel, it is located close to Kings Cross station. Unless you know London and this area really well, I would advise printing a map from the Travelodge website although the hotel is easy enough to find. This Travelodge is only a quick ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/03/10, updated on 20/04/10 (Very useful, 82 readings)
I work away from home sometimes and I have stayed in lots of hotels over the years and some of them have been the Travelodge hotels and these hotels are placed all over the uk. I was working around the London area and this hotel was where I stayed for a couple of nights last year. The hotel is situated not far from Kingscross Railway and Tube station and it is around a 5 minute walk to the hotel, on entering the hotel, there is a reception desk to check in, the time of the room being available is 3pm of which for me was 5pm and so my room was ready available but I once arrived at 2.45pm and I had to wait until after 3pm to have access to my room as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/03/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I have stayed in this Hotel once. It is about 10 minutes walk from Kingscross Station and is very easy to find. I found the room I had was not very big compared to the normal Travelodges I normally stay in. I use alot of Travelodges and always found them lovely but this one I was not too impressed with to be honest. The check in time is 3pm, and check out 12pm on day of departure. I arrived at 4pm and my room was not available, the staff did not seem to care I may be tired etc, every traveller is mostly tired on day of arrival thats why they are staying in a hotel, but the staff here tended to think I had travelled across ... Read the complete review
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