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When we arrived we were given a room in the part of the hotel that has not yet been renovated and disappointed would be an understatement. The room was not fit for purpose. Complained to main desk and the staff were brilliant, very understanding and moved us to another room which was as described ...
On arrival and following a long journey to NYC we were upgraded to a suite which was really spacious. The bedrooms are really big, clean and location of the hotel is perfect. The rooms were cleaned every day and we were given fresh towels. The hotel is a little dated, Street noise is loud and waiting ...
Amazing stay from start to finish. From our welcome from the doorman to the gym facilities to breakfast in Villards this hotel was perfect.
Great location for exploring. Excellent hotel with great staff and service. Would definitely stay here again
Beautiful hotel and great rooms. Everything really clean and tidy, however the staff are bit and miss. Took ages to check in 2 rooms when we arrived. We were celebrating g my brothers 50th birthday but no offer of a bigger room although a lady next to us that had an issue with checking in got offered ...
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