Waverley House Hotel (London) Reviews
Description:Address: 130-134 Southampton Row / London / WC1B 5AF / England / Within walking distance from the hotel are the British ... more
Newest Review: ... Tucked in a little corner, behind the reception desk is a little room for the concierge, who will consistently peer around the corner of his little room like an injured puppy dog. There are various notice boards around the reception area displaying the current satellite movies and the weather outside, which are infinitely tacky, but I did chuckle at the choice of words one day for "It ... more
Customer Waverley House Hotel (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 29/05/09 (Very useful, 74 readings)
Finding a good hotel in London is not an easy task. You can, of course, easily find a decent hotel if you are a lottery millionaire, but for the rest of us, it can be a real struggle to find anything more than a fleapit for less than a hundred pounds. The budget hotel chains have started to establish a strong London presence but the trouble is that the likes of Travelodge now charge around £80 per night, as standard for what is often a very basic level of accommodation. Fortunately, there are much better deals to be had out there, without spending millions. The Aquarius Waverley House occupies a prime site, across seven floors in the heart of Central London. ... Read the complete review
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