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|"Lovely staff and excellent breakfast."||(in 398 reviews)|
|"Friendly staff and excellent breakfast"||(in 390 reviews)|
|"Lovely friendly staff, great location"||(in 152 reviews)|
|"Overpriced, shabby rooms with ripped furniture."||(in 127 reviews)|
|"Overpriced, shabby rooms with ripped furniture."||(in 148 reviews)|
|"The car park is woefully inadequate."||(in 74 reviews)|
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I lived in the area of the hotel for 19 years and had recently moved away from the district. We had booked into the hotel on a visit back to visit friends, on check in we were greeted from the reception staff and after they had discussed something on their screen they gave me a key to a room. Entering the room we almost straight away decided we were not going to stay in there. The room had food and toe nails on the floor by the bed. Let's say the reception wasn't to surprised to see me, after explaining about the room they mumbled something about the room maid. We were the given another room which was similar but clean. Around 6.00 am we were woken by the sound of beeping, we had been given a room outside the service entrance and a busy car park. I decided not to mention this and tried to spend as little time as possible in the hotel. After all the years driving past the hotel which looks grand from the outside its was such a disappointment. I won't be staying at the Clarendon again and wouldn't recommend the place to anyone. I actually run a B&B and i would never treat my guest to such awful accommodation. The breakfast was buffet style and not that great. I payed £505 for 4 nights for such accommodation it wasn't worth half that. Keep clear of the Clarendon
Clean, pleasant. Staff polite and pretty efficient. Comfortable rooms - some a little small. V good breakfast.
Nothing worth reporting or just a matter of taste.
parking was dead easy for us and the reception staff were relaxed and helpfull
Bathroom needs a shelf ( room 154 )
Easy access to the O2, Food good and not expensive
could do with double glazing, draught from windows
Service was excellent, rooms very good, all staff friendly and helpful. Good location for the o2 arena. Very good transport facilities.
Featuring views of Blackheath, The Clarendon Hotel London is close to London's well-known landmarks. It also provides a garden, a 24-hour reception and bicycle rental.
The hotel features 181 rooms, each equipped with heating, an in-room closet and a private bathroom. They are also equipped with a telephone, cable/satellite channels and a hair dryer.
The Clarendon Hotel London has its own on-site restaurant, ideal for guests wishing to eat in. In the evening, those staying at the property are welcome to enjoy a drink in the in-house bar. Guests can also try one of the various bars and restaurants in the area.
London Heathrow Airport is a 55-minute drive from the hotel. London Eye, Piccadilly Circus and River Thames are a brief car trip from the property.
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Most popular landmarks
- Tower Bridge 7.2 km
- Tower of London 7.3 km
- Tate Modern 8.7 km
- Southbank Centre 9.7 km
- London Eye 9.7 km
- Westminster Bridge 9.8 km