BEST WESTERN Hotel Corona,  Londres

3.5/5  - based on 673 guest reviews.
85-89 Belgrave Road, Victoria, SW1V 2BQ, London, Great Britain - See map
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The BEST WESTERN Corona is an elegant Victorian conversion, brings style and detail of yesteryear into the 21st Century, with all the convenience of having London on your doorstep (with none of the inconvenience of having the capital's sights and sounds right outside your bedroom window!) We have all the finishing touches leisure guests and business visitors could hope for, including electronic locks, dataports and free high-speed Internet via modem points. Although they aren't necessarily the biggest in the world, our rooms are first class in terms of comfort and coziness. Buckingham Palace and the Changing of The Guard is just a small march away, with the Houses of Parliament, Tate Britain the West End Theatres all competing for your attention just a few minutes away. With all this and more you'll love London. . . and we'll love having you here!

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  • 3
    « Great location »

    Great location, easy to get into central London by bus, great sightseeing on the way, or tube for a faster journey. Good views of the London eye and bug Ben from the bedrooms at the rear of the hotel. Clean rooms and refitted bathroom. A little on the small side and beds a bit hard for me. We had a problem with the hot water but the staff on Sunday were very professional in their approach to this. We would stay again.

    4
    « Small rooms but sufficient for overnight »

    Stayed here whilst attending an awards dinner with my wife. Staff were friendly and helpful and the hotel was clean and tidy. The double room was quite small but sufficient for an overnight stay. Hanging and storage area as well as a small desk/chair at which to work. Free WiFi, always a bonus. The shower room was small; shower/toilet/sink but again, adequate for an overnight stay. We were at the rear, floor 4, with a great view across London towards the London Eye. Paid parking is available outside and on some side streets.

    2
    « Small, dirty and poor service »

    Small room (3 bed family room), almost no storage. Dirty, large staines on the curtain. Poor service, doesn't recognize BW Diamond Select members and their benefits. Location and breakfast is good though. Not going to stay here again.

    5
    « great hotel in great location »

    Friendly, helpful staff. Comfortable, clean and quiet hotel. Rooms are small but modern and efficiently laid out. Had everything we needed for a week's stay. We appreciated the view of the Eye from our room. The location is great, very close to Pimlico tube station and a short walk to Victoria trains/tube/buses. Thames, Tate and Westminster all within walking distance. Several pubs and coffee shops close by; did not try the hotel's breakfast. We'd stay there again.

    4
    « 1st trip to London »

    My 1st trip to London w/ 2 friends led me to this great hotel. Lobby was very small and the girl at the front desk was not overly friendly, however, the room was great. Very clean and plenty of room. Bathroom was very modern, a bit small but it was fine. Great price, safe neighborhood.....I would definitely go back.

    4
    « Prestonman »

    Have stayed here on business a few times in single rooms. The rooms are small but very clean and modern. Staff are friendly and helpful. Situated near Pimlico tube and close to restaurants and shops and only one stop from Victoria. A very decent place to stay.

    4
    « Friendly and Helpful Staff, Small Rooms »

    The proximity of this hotel to train/tube stations is convenient, good eating places nearby, and sightseeing attractions are within walking distance (0.5 to 3 miles away). Our 4th floor room had a great view of the Eye, it was small but clean and recently renovated. Overall, it was quiet on 4th floor, but noise from adjoining occupants or hallway was noticeable at times in room.

    3
    « Decent Enough »

    We booked a girls trip to London for a week. There were 4 of us in 2 different rooms. We stayed on the ground level and found the accommodations to be okay. The rooms were small but workable. The one issue we had was lack of electrical outlets. Halfway through our trip, one whole set of plugs stopped working, which meant some juggling when it came time to charge. There was a hairdryer in the room, which was awesome. No one told us breakfast was extra and not included when we booked our rooms. The hotel did have an iron that they let us use. We didn't spend much time in our room so it was okay, but next time I visit London, I will probably upgrade to a slightly nicer hotel. The location was fabulous, we heard no noise at all when sleeping (with windows open), and the staff was nice. However, there aren't a lot of extras, and the bathroom shower is very, very small, so that's why I would upgrade next time.

    4
    « Decent place in London »

    Stayed here for 3 nights for work. Staff had cancelled my room by mistake, so not a great start, they recovered a star rating my providing a room. The rooms are nice and clean but small, I had a double which seemed a single, don't expect a bath tub, what you get is half a shower which takes a while for the hot water to appear, the tap to the sink was larger than the sink itself. There is no fridge and no a/c, it did get warm in the night and I was unable to open the window. You can hear the occupiers to the room above walking around on creaking floorboards and also hear the sounds of their flushing water. I was here for 3 nights and the bed sheets were not changed at all, the used towels were changed daily. The breakfast was scrambled eggs (which seemed watered and lacked taste) bacon and beans, cereal, pastry, yogurt and fruit. Staff nice and friendly. This hotel is nice and clean and in great location. I would stay here again but only for the night.

    1
    « Worst hotel experience of my life »

    This is a 1 star hotel pretending to be 3 stars. Every year the hotel says that the hotel made a renovation, but this is a lie. The room did not have a safe - and it really needs one. The TV also did not have a remote control. Next, you enter the lift - I have seen suicide attempts that adhere to more health and safety measures. Seriously - take the stairs. It rather optimistically has a four person maximum capacity - God help you if one of your companions happens to be fat... The 'continental' breakfast was cheap packaged bread, cheap salami, and plastic-wrapped cheese. I didn't try it - I value my life. I can only imagine how it tasted... Yes - it is near to the centre of London; but so are so many other reasonable hotels - they can't all be this bad. Seriously, do not do it; there are prisons that are luxurious by Corona Hotel standards.

  • 3
    « Acceptable for Central London at the price »

    No bar, but 3 pubs within 5 minute's walk, tow of them excellent for ale lovers. Basic but OK breakfast. Very helpful front desk staff. Avoid room G01 until they have installed a blackout curtain or blind, as an exterior hotel light (orange) shines directly into it. Excellently situated in the quiet area of Pimlico.

    4
    « Nice budget hotel »

    Stayed here for three nights. Requested a quiet room on high floor and although small it was modern, spotlessly clean and comfortable. Agreed with previous comments that if height of summer lack of air con could be a problem. Staff in particular the evening staff were super friendly. The young lady on reception saved the day when the hairdryer broke and brought a replacement in about two minutes flat! The only negative I would say is forget the bacon, weird scrambled egg and value beans. Just improve the selection at the continental breakfast. Would stay there again though as great location close by to some lovely eateries and pubs.

    3
    « Avarage hotel »

    This is centrally located . Walking distance from West minster. But small rooms with very poor wifi. Ok for single person occupancy. However being located in London and you are tourist then this is okay as you have tube nearby and many touristic places like London Eye . Book in advance to get better rate. Lot of eating option available in 10 minutes walking . We tried Indian restaurant and found it good.

    5
    « Sightseeing in London. A dream realised. »

    Fantastic 5 nights at this lovely hotel. Our room was a standard double, it was a small but absolutely great room. Very comfortable, very clean and a lovely view over to the London Eye and Big Ben. It was lovely to come back to after a long day sight seeing. Such pleasant genuine and helpful staff. Situated in a lovely part of London for access to the centre and theatres and the embankment. Walking distance to Buckingham Palace and St James' Park. A wonderful stay.

    2
    « DISSAPOINTED »

    I was in room 102 which was tiny. No air conditioning and could open the window fully. The bathroom wasn't much bigger than a phone box and the corner sink was so small I could hardly fit both my hands under the tap. Breakfast was no improvement, all that was available at the hot buffet was bacon, scrambled egg and beans. The hotel does not offer any other hot food options at breakfast, probably because they couldn't fit anymore hot plates in the tiny claustrophobic restraint which is located in the basement. Avoid staying here.

    3
    « Great staff sabotaged by dated facility »

    The Corona is billed as a "three star" (from Wikipedia: Properties that deliver a broad range of amenities that exceed above-average accommodation needs. Good quality service, design and physical attributes are typically fit for purpose to match guest expectations). I would say they are knocking at the door of a two-star. The location is excellent: a few minutes walk to either Pimlico or Victoria Station. There are several amenities that are steps away: dry cleaning, convenience stores, restaurants/pubs, groceries. Structurally, the facility is an antique. Floors droop and creak. Conversations in the hallway can be clearly heard in the guest room. Pluming is primitive (2-3 flushes to take care of things) and the shower temperature adjusts itself from scalding to chilling. There is a breakfast offered for £7/person ? adequate and convenient. I am certain they do not have facility to cook on premises but, more so to reheat. On offer: some fresh fruit, cereals, yoghurt, hard boiled eggs, bacon, beans, toast/jam, pastries, coffee/tea. The scrambled eggs are weird. I apologize for not being more eloquent but, I think they are reconstituted from a powder. They are slightly watery with a tinge of a granular texture. So there you have it. Weird scrambled eggs. A signature of the Corona. The staff are very accommodating. The front desk provided an extra fan and extension cord to help to cool the room down. We visited and London was going through a bit of a heat wave. That said, most common areas in the hotel (lobby, corridors etc) were considerably cooler than our room. In the dining area, the buffet items were well-tended and topped up and servers were quick to offer and remember your preferences for coffee or tea and white or brown toast. It's the little things that are impressive. The staff also work hard to keep the hotel very clean. Housekeeping services are reliable and professional. The room is clean and well looked after. There is no fridge or dresser. There is a kettle with a choice of tea and instant coffee in the room. There's also a USB jack in the desk to charge phones. Staff are the only "above average" feature in the hotel.

    5
    « Good Hotel »

    Had a lovely stay here, it is basic but all you need is available. Cleanliness is very good but the staff are extemeley friendly and helpful,we could not have picked a nicer group of people, they were like friends.

    3
    « Great location, very good service, but not the place to stay during a London heatwave. »

    We used Aeroplan points to book the room, so it did not cost us any money. Therefore, I can't be too critical. If I were on a strict budget, I think I might actually give this hotel four stars. That said, it is very much a three-star hotel. It's in a great location--between two major tube stops: Victoria and Pimlico. The service is actually quite good. We stayed there during a heat wave and the staff was nice enough to give us extra fans and an extension cord, which we sincerely appreciated. They did try their best, but it was still a hotel without air conditioning during a heatwave, so it turned out to be one of the most uncomfortable hotel stays I have ever had. We were on the third and fourth floors, and it was stifling. The rooms were typical of a three-star hotel: no room fridge; no dresser; no room service, etc. The bed was OK--not especially comfortable but not especially uncomfortable, either. The shower scalded you and froze you by turns. The breakfast was adequate. However, if it had not been included with the room, I would never have paid the £7 for it. I would gladly pay £20-£30 pounds more a night for nicer hotel, so I don't think I would stay here again even if I could use points to pay for the hotel.

    2
    « Not greta »

    Very cramped room. Dark and dingy in basement. Extremely small corner shower and sitting down at the dressing table and opening the drawer with the hairdryer in was a physical impossibility. (To note I am not an unusually large person female size 12!) Very limited breakfast choice also. No plan to return

    4
    « clean and cheap »

    nice little budget hotel, good for what we wanted, walking distance to where we were going, (Rolling Stones Exhibition, and theatres) very quiet area near to Victoria station but did not hear the trains

  • 5
    « Very nice hotel at a great location »

    We (2 adults and an 11-year-old child) stayed at Best Western Corona late August for 7 nights. The location couldn't be better. A 10-minute walk from the Victoria Station. There is a very convenient bus #24 half a block away from the hotel. On the parallel street there is a dozen of different, not expensive nice restaurants. The hotel is on the quiet street. Rooms are on the smallish side, but the three of us did not bump into each other. Bathroom is small, but shower is normal size. Everything is very clean and feels fresh. More than adequate breakfast at convenient time. People are nice and helpful. The only negative thing - no air conditioner. There was an ok fan in the room, but the outside weather was in the 80s, and the room was very warm. Our friends stayed at a hotel across the street, they had the same situation.

    4
    « Good value but needs air con. »

    Stayed for two nights in a room facing Belgrave Road. The room was small, but clean and attractive with a comfortable bed, decent shower and good quality TV. Good value for £59/night. Unfortunately the hotel has no air conditioning and the room became stifling by late afternoon. I slept with the window open which helped, but the road is busy, so was happy I'd brought along earplugs. Staff were friendly and efficient. I would stay here again but definitely not during the summer months.

    5
    « Late rooms messed up and I was one of the 7 dwarfs »

    Booked my stay with late rooms, they didn't pass on the details which caused about a 20 minute delay, I was already tired and made more grumpy, which I sadly passed on to the staff. Hotel staff were friendly and helpful despite my attitude towards them( I did apologise after a shower) The room was clean and functional, with all you could need for a short stay, ironing board and fan supplied! Tasty biscuits and a kettle, Not eating here so can't help with the food side. I will return, hopefully in better spirit!! Thanks again tolerant staff

    3
    « Hottest Day of the Year and No AC »

    The title says it all. This is a nice hotel, located within a 15 minute walk from Victoria Coach Station & close to the Pimlico tube stop. It has clean, small rooms & friendly, helpful staff. But I cannot recommend this hotel in the summer on the chance a hot day and night may occur. London had a sweltering 93 degrees F. (over 30 degrees C.) and we roasted without AC. Granted it is uncomfortable riding the unairconditioned tube in those circumstances -- but trying to sleep in a hotel room like that? Try it in a different season.

    5
    « Great Place for the Price »

    I was solo female traveler looking for a place to stay the night in London. This hotel was easy to get to from the Tube.It is only 2 blocks away from the Pimlico Station making it easy to get to from the airport and for sight seeing. I was in a single room that was small but provided me everything I needed. I also ordered take-away and the front desk called me when it arrived. Also if you arrive before check-in you can store your luggage with the front desk. I would stay here again.

    4
    « Nice Hotel in the Pimlico Area »

    I recently stayed here for 1 night. The Staff are pleasant and friendly. The Hotel was clean. I stayed in a single bed room and it was small, but I was expecting this as we are talking London! The bathroom was also compact, with a good shower. The bed was comfortable. Seeing this is a London hotel, I thought the price was reasonable. Plenty of places to eat nearby.

    4
    « Stop over for 1 day »

    Only ever booked room for early get away to office. This hotel is very well situated for both Victoria Station and Westminster. I havent used the local restaurants nearby but have used Tescos which is a 5mins walk away. I've found the single rooms I have stayed in to be roomy and the beds are comfy. The bathrooms are very clean but compact. I consider it to be reasonably priced and will always check availability when stopping over.

    3
    « Not bad »

    Stayed here with work as was near a meeting I had the next day, not normally an area I would stay in. The good - minutes from tube - free wifi - very clean - ok room facilities, hairdryer, tea and coffee - plug sockets near bed - room service was a reasonable price Could do better - no air con - badly designed room - TV in awkward position to bed - tiny bathroom - not great value at £117 a night for a 3 star

    5
    « Victorian Stay »

    This place is very nice. The room was spacious for a single guest. It is only 4 blocks from Buckingham Palace and the Theaters. Parking is free on the weekends in front of the hotel. It is also close to two different subway systems.

    5
    « Superb standards! »

    Friendly staff, very clean, quiet room with plenty of sockets including USB sockets. Efficient and polite breakfast service, good value for money. No air con but a large quiet fan provided which helped a lot in this week's heat wave. Our room was at the back so it was quite cool anyway and very peaceful. Highly recommended and very convenient for Thames walks and not far from many great historical sites.

  • 4
    « Great service »

    What makes a hotel stand out? Cleanliness and service. The Corona on Belgrave in London, aced both of these categories. Pleasant, helpful staff, clean room and nice continental breakfast included. Plus internet service was excellent. I say this because oftentimes internet service is spotty in hotels if working at all. Highly recommend this hotel.

    5
    « Perfect Location »

    Nice friendly team on check in / Check out and breakfast. Room very clean with everything you needed including a tower fan. Located 5 min walk to the tube. Great location and exactly what we needed as a hotel.

    4
    « Nice hotel and lovely staff »

    Have stayed at this hotel on three occasions on business. The hotel has been refurbished to a good standard. There are complimentary toiletries and comfortable beds. The three rooms I've styled in were of reasonable size with workstation, free wifi and tea/coffee. Large plasma screen TV too. The breakfast is a buffet style with enough choice to choose from including bacon, eggs and beans along with a good selection of continental food. The staff are extremely friendly and accommodating. One of our party had asked for porridge which the hotel do not provide, only to have it presented to him at breakfast the next day. Good location for Pimlico tube and Victoria train/coach station with plenty of local restaurants nearby too.

    4
    « Great Stay in London »

    My boyfriend and I stayed here for three nights and it was a great hotel. The hotel is a 10 minute walk from the main Victoria Station, and a 20 minute walk from many of the major tourist attractions like Westminster Abbey and the London Eye. The hotel is in a great neighborhood near many pubs and coffee shops.

    3
    « Decent Hotel, Except for the Bathroom »

    As others have mentioned, we found the Best Western Corona to be a fine hotel for exploring London. The Pimlico Underground station is only about a 10 minute walk from the hotel. The surrounding neighborhood is safe and the hotel staff is quite pleasant. The only negative was the bathroom. It is the smallest I've ever encountered. As you can see in the accompanying photo, only a child would be able to sit properly on the toilet due to the position of the sink plumbing. Adults have to use an awkward sideways pose. There is a stand-up shower, but it is difficult for an adult-sized individual to turn around when inside. They are apparently doing some renovations, so perhaps this will be fixed in time.

    3
    « Fine hotel for exploring London »

    This was my first stay on a two-week tour of Britain. I had a small room at the top of a landing. The room was small (not unexpectedly so) but adequate for a single traveler. The bed was comfortable, and the bathroom well appointed. The front desk staff were incredibly nice -- even printing out my tickets to the Tower of London that I had purchased online through my phone. This hotel is on a street that is filled with tourist hotels (some looking shabbier than the Best Western), and tourists wheeling oversized roller bags to and from Victoria Station were a common site. Get off the main thoroughfare and there's enough in Pimlico to explore -- not to mention it's extremely well located to explore the rest of the city. I would like to give a plug for Cask Pub & Kitchen, an unassuming pub around the corner from this hotel with a very friendly staff and selection of excellent beers.

    1
    « Absolute shambles »

    Pre-booked and paid 5 months ago, booking confirmed by phone the day before travel. On arrival the dis-interested reception staff informed us that 'the system' had re-allocated our rooms, and we were 'bumped' to a horrible B and B in Earl's Court, for which we were meant to be grateful. A hotel and company with no concept of customer care. We will avoid Great Western in the future.

    4
    « Excellent location, friendly staff, nice room »

    I spent four nights here with my mother. We arrived before check-in time so our room wasn't ready, but we could leave our luggage at the hotel, which worked fine for us. When we got back in the evening, the check in process went smoothly. Our room was in the lower ground floor, close but not next to the breakfast room. The room was compact but very nice, safe, clean and quiet. The room had free wi-fi, which worked fine. There was also a coffee maker in the room, which was a nice touch. When traveling, I don't need a large room because I'm mostly just going to sleep there. The location of the hotel is excellent. Pimlico is a very nice area with plenty of restaurants. The Pimlico tube station is about five minutes away and the larger Victoria Station is only ten minutes away. It takes about 20-30 minutes to walk to Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. The breakfast was good. There were croissants, pastries, fruit, cereal, and eggs, beans, and bacon... The breakfast staff also asked if we would like some toast (white or brown), and whether we would prefer coffee or tea. On the day of our departure we had to leave very early, before breakfast time, but the staff was kind enough to bring a limited but very satisfying breakfast to our room. Overall, Best Western Corona is a nice, clean, safe hotel in a beautiful area with exceptionally friendly staff. I would definitely come back to this hotel.

    4
    « Good stay »

    Was here for 6 nights and was very comfortable all the time there. The room was bigger than I expected and very comfortable. The location was perfect. Easy access to the underground and within walking distance to many attractions. Hassle free check in. Nice breakfast.

    5
    « Lower ground floor - huge room - very friendly check in »

    Very convenient for working in Westminster - only a 15-20 walk to meeting near Westminster Abbey. Double room had two single beds and a very comfy double bed - huge room, windows a bit grubby on outside but probably due to renovations. No view except of building rubble - but very quiet being LG room, had windows open all night and slept like a log. Nice hotel different from the usual corporate look - had some character about it Breakfast had good enough choice between continental and cooked scrambled eggs, bacon beans etc. Breakfast staff exceptionally friendly and very attentive for coffee tea and toast and top-ups - much better than being in a Travelodge. #24hr free WiFi is a real bonus, much better than just 30mins - logical!

  • 4
    « Preferred hotel on Belgrave Road »

    I regularly stay in London and must have tried most hotels on this road; the Corona is the only one I want to stay in again..in fact must have stayed a dozen or so times now. The price is good for the area and must be busy as it isn't always available on our works hotel booking system. Single rooms are quite small but, in my opinion, perfectly adequate. Nice to have free WiFi and toiletries. Rooms at front of hotel can be noisier due to road noise but that's common to many hotels. I do keep intending to ask for a room at the back of the hotel to compare but forget each time! Breakfast has always been ok. Not a 'full' English but hot choices are tasty...do wish they would use thicker bread for toast though...hint hint! Will definitely be back.

    4
    « Good room poor mattress »

    Good room size and very good service. Great location for visiting London. Close to Victoria railway station and underground system. Room G03 mattress was very poor. Overall I would recommend the hotel.

    2
    « Poor hotel but great staff - wifi only free for 24rs! »

    Have stayed in the smallest one bed room ever. No air con, so had to keep the window open all night, but wouldn't stay open so only option was to use the bible as a prop. The walls are so thin that the alarm from the room next door woke me up, not that I soundly asleep as the local church starts raining its bells at 5 am, and with the window open, it's pretty loud! I'm here for three nights but wifi is only free for 24 hours, not great for a business trip Great location however, and the staff are really helpful. I just like to sleep when it's time for shut eye

    5
    « Best of the Best »

    Stayed here on several occasions and have always received a great welcome and great stay. Will definitely being staying again and bringing the family along, a great place to stay if you want to visit sights of London, not far to tube station or walking distance to London Eye.

    5
    « Perfect location for Chelsea Flower Show »

    This hotel is very convenient to Victoria Station, with Pimlico tube station a 5 minute walk away. The friendly staff couldn't do enough and were extremely helpful about giving directions to the local transport. Our room was spotless - like most people have said, the bathroom is not enormous but has everything you need including a great shower. I would certainly recommend this hotel and would plan to use it when in London again.

    3
    « Good stay and location »

    Room is small and there is carpet which I have come to dislike but staff were helpful and friendly, the location is very close to Victoria station and the hop on hop off stops. The tube has gotten ridiculously expensive in London Actually London is the most expensive city I've ever been to and much more so than when I visited before( relative to other places etc)this hotel is literally on a street lined with boutiquish hotels with names like best western so lots of choices. You can walk to bucking ham from here and there are lots of shops and restaurants and English pubs nearby. Careful, places close early and are often closed Sunday which we thought bring in such a touristy area was strange.

    4
    « Great Experience »

    My sister and I stayed at the Best Western Corona while spending a few days in London. We chose this hotel because it seemed to have a central location, reasonable price, and positive past experiences with other Best Western hotels. This hotel was clean and very adequate for our needs. Our room was on the below ground floor and featured a twin bed, double bed, and private bathroom. The room was definitely smaller than what you would get in the US, but we were expecting that, so it was not an issue. The desk staff was friendly and helpful. The hotel's location is within walking distance to Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, and the London Eye. We were also able to walk back from the area around the Tower of London, although it might be a little far for some people. It is very convenient to get to the tube from the hotel, which made getting to/from Heathrow airport a breeze. My only complaint was that the bed was a little too firm for me and caused some back discomfort; however, my sister thought hers was comfortable and did not have an issue. I would consider staying at this hotel again and would recommend it to others.

    3
    « Small room but served needs for night. »

    Had a small single room but big enough for 1. Staff were friendly. Breakfast was adequate without a massive choice but had everything I would normally eat. One issue if you can ask for a room facing the back as my room had a lot of traffic noise despite the window being shut. I guess the age of the building means that double glazing is not allowed. Handy for my meeting near Westminster.

    3
    « Weekend with friends »

    Normally I'd give this kind of hotel one star less, but as this was in London and quite well located, let's make it three. The location and price are the two best things about it: rooms are small and lack air conditioning. The double bed is tiny so make sure to book a twin room if you're traveling with friends :-)

    4
    « Mr+mrs irvine »

    Had a great time in London. Hotel Corona was great.reception staff brilliant.manager Keisha was so helpfull to us.rooms great very fresh and clean. Bathroom top class.tea+coffee in all rooms breakfast was great.plenty of choice. Manager Cristina is a lovely lady she looked after our needs.looking forward to going back again.thanks Florence+Alexander Irvine. Xx

  • 2
    « Don't stay here »

    I am not going to dress this up, or go into hyperbole, but just don't stay here. Small rooms, smell of damp/mold, not particularly well sited. To be fair to the team, they try hard to make this work but just stay somewhere else

    5
    « A good value hotel in Pimlico »

    I stayed at this hotel whilst at attending a function, in London. The hotel is good value, has clean rooms, a good breakfast and helpful staff. It is located in a quiet area no more than 5 minutes walk from Pimlico Underground Station, which is only 10 minutes from Kings Cross or Euston on the Victoria line. I enjoyed my time there and would use it again when in London

    4
    « At the heart of the city »

    We stayed at the Best Western hotel for 4 days the past weekend. The hotel was extremeley close to Victoria, next to bus 24 stop (to Leicester square), and had around all type of facilities, from nice, cosy restaurants to have breakfast to Sainsbury's and Boots. The staff was really kind, helpful and proffessional! We almost forgot a handbag on our leaving day and the cleaners took it to the reception so that they could warn us about the situation! They were awesome! The room (we stayed in a triple) was very comfortable, nice, clean and it had all the services needed, from a nice,equipped bathroom to complimentary tea,water and buscuits. The only bad thing about our stay was the fact that, on our first morning, they had to repair the window of the room next door, so we had a noisy wake-up alarm. However, everything else is far worth a slight trouble and we recommend the Best Western Corona for London stays!! We most certainly will be coming back for more!!

    3
    « Small but clean »

    This hotel was a bit difficult to find at first, didn't have a sign sticking out. The room was very small for 3 people who luggage. There was no air conditioning so we had the window open and our door propped open to cool off the room. We stayed in room 308 and if you look out the window around 11pm there is a free peep show in the building across. Staff was friendly and they have a fridge at front desk if you need to keep any food cold. Not a bad place.

    4
    « Hotter than the beaches...not in a good way! »

    I recently stayed for one night in room 302. The hotel is located in an ideal location only a short 10 minute walk from Pimlico underground station. Friendly welcome and we even asked for breakfast 30 mins earlier at 6:30am as we had to leave for a conference and this wasn't a problem at all. Room was very clean, new furnishings, snug with a good sized TV however the room was hotter than the gates of hell. Even with the window wide open ALL night, I was melting. The water in the room was warm, my make up had melted and even the shower & tap water didn't go cold! I rang reception at 11:30pm after I couldn't take it anymore and he said the heat was due to the bedroom underneath me having their heating on....I have never heard of anything more ridiculous in my life. At 1:30am when I still couldn't get to sleep I tried a cold shower but this is the not hotel in the world to never not have a hot shower. Lovely little hotel, friendly staff, great breakfast and good location but not for those who faint easily in heated conditions! Thanks for a pleasant stay, think I've lost 10lbs in sweat!

    3
    « Expensive for what you get »

    Stayed here for one night on a Saturday. Upon our arrival we were greeted by the reception staff, have to say its the best welcome we have had booking into a hotel in ages. We were informed that we had been upgraded to a family room, all good so far, there were complimentary newspaper at reception. Our room was at the front the building on the fourth floor. The room was well appointed and the ensuite was smallish but modern and functional. Loads of tea and coffee, I would call the room snug, not the biggest in the world, been in smaller. One small window, no air con. The hotel is situated on a busy road. when we got back later that evening the room was warm despite leaving the window wide open. The noise from the street was loud, had to put up with someone loud music from a neigh bout and the local residents shouting in the street. If you closed the window , you roasted. Double glazing and air con would be good. Breakfast was poor in my opinion. No fresh fruit, came out of a tin, cooked food was bacon, baked beans and scrambled egg. There was no option to have a poached or fried egg. Hotel is near to a tube station and a short walk to the river. Doubt we will stay here again,shame really

    4
    « Very Happy to Stay there Again »

    The Corona Hotel is situated on Belgrave Road, London where there is plenty of competition for similar hotels. Some very good and some very poor. It is in a great location for Central London if sightseeing with lots of bars and restaurants nearby. The Corona is certainly very comfortable and perhaps at the better end of the range. A few steps to negotiate on entry but a very warm welcome at reception and easy check-in. My room was on the ground floor at the top of the stairs that lead to the breakfast dining area. The room was a good size, comfortable and well reasonably well equipped. The bathroom was clean and modernised although space was at a premium when using the toilet as one has the sink almost on one's lap forcing a slight sideways manoeuvre when seated. Ihad to be up relatively early for work however a lie-in may not be possible for all as one can hear noise from the breakfast guests as they descend the stairs outside my hotel room door and eat their breakfasts. Neither were a particular problem to me and I would not hesitate in staying there again on my frequent trips to London.

    5
    « Good hotel »

    Stayed for two nights and was very pleased we chose this hotel, ideally located for the tube station, our bedroom was on the first floor at the front of the hotel, it was well equipped with a fantastic shower!!! Breakfast was very good too, set us up for the day with a wide selection of food. Would definitely visit again!!!

    5
    « Nice Hotel »

    The hotel is situated central London. Good accessibly due to a near underground station. The reception is as usual very nice. The rooms are small but all accommodations are available. The breakfast is continental with limited choice. Nevertheless I would highly recommend the hotel due to his hospitality and location.

    4
    « Very noisy.. »

    This was a great hotel 5 minutes from Pimlico station and excellent for transport links. 10 mins walk from Victoria train and bus station. Free magazines, I had Elle a decent TV with all freeview channels. There were even biscuits with the tea and they were yummy! Hotel is on a main road and London never stops so it was pretty noisy which was such a shame. Staff were OK. I would like to stay here again but at the back of the hotel would be nice.

  • 4
    « Well Placed Hotel »

    Stayed for three nights on business. Hotel really well placed for Pimlico tube and a whole load of pubs and restaurants. I had a basement room next to the lift. Rubbish view out of the window, in fact a view of rubbish. That said, the room was clean and reasonably well equipped - no fridge though. I had good wifi throughout my stay, easily good enough for Facetime or Skype. The bathroom was adequate, if a bit small. I reckon the room would be a squeeze for two with suitcases and stuff, but absolutely fine for me. I needed to leave early one day 30 mins before breakfast and the hotel delivered me room service - excellent customer service thank you. My room was completely quiet but other colleagues had rooms at the front on higher floors and weren't as impressed. Guess you need to be at the back or underground; I thought £120 was a bit steep.

    5
    « Good value for London »

    Best Western Corona is conveniently located near to two tube stations (Pimlico and Victoria), and in quiet neighbourhood. I stayed in a single room which was small (typical London) but comfortable. Good options at breakfast. Friendly and helpful staff. I look forward to staying here again next time.

    3
    « Clean, comfortable room in central London »

    A no frills stay in central London for business. The staff were polite and courteous. Stayed in a single room with small bathroom. Free Wi-Fi. Breakfast was a few warm items, plus the usual selection of cereals, toast, yogurts and fruits. Overall a pleasant stay.

    3
    « Overnight stay »

    Lovely, clean and tidy hotel. Good location, just a short tube ride on the Victoria line from Oxford circus. Staff very friendly and helpful. We stayed in a family room with our 5 year old, which was big enough for our overnight stay. Good choice for breakfast buffet; scrambled, boiled eggs, bacon, beans, tomatoes, toast, cereal, fruit, yogurt, bread, ham, cheese, croissants, pastries, fruit juice, tea and coffee. Would definitely stay again, even though the hot water in the shower was a little hit and miss.

    4
    « Very small rooms »

    Excellently situation, easy walking distance of tube. Nice restaurants close by too. Easy walk to many attractions. Hotel spotlessly clean, staff helpful and well mannered. Only thing was the rooms were tiny and the bathrooms even smaller. All in all a decent hotel for the business traveller but for holidays you would probably find it rather claustrophobic.

    3
    « good hotel for not close to any major landmark »

    This was a good hotel if your trying to see a different part of england, although there is no AC in this hotel and if you are trying to get on wifi it only lets 1 person on from your room at a time and it kicks the other person off. Beautiful area around but just wasn't what we were wanting to stay by.

    5
    « Above & Beyond. »

    Fantastic little hotel. Clean as a whistle. Reception staff very friendly, helpful & polite. Breakfast was lovely & breakfast staff just as nice as the reception staff. Room had everything I needed. Very comfy bed. Amazing power shower. I was in room 111 for 2 nights. I would recommend it & I would definitely use this hotel again.

    4
    « Good value for money and good location »

    We stayed at this hotel for a couple of night during Easter. The room was clean and tidy and the bathroom was relatively spacious. Staff were all polite and friendly. Ideal location for the tube (less than 5 minute walk to Pimlico station and maybe 15 minutes to Victoria). If we were staying in London again we would definitely look at stopping here again.

    5
    « Visit »

    Travelled to London with my 9 yr old twins hotel staff were welcoming helpful pleasant. They really looked after us. Room lovely everything you need all was clean and tidy. Good selection for breakfast everything fresh and again staff were helpful. Pimlico tube station very short walk away. Thank you

    3
    « Avoid it if you are 5 foot 7 or over »

    This is a very small , tidy , neat hotel that would generally fit a family of dwarfs ! I have never stayed in a smaller room before or have eaten in a smaller restaurant . Nevertheless it is modernised and clean . Windows are not double glazed so it's a bit noisy but not unbearable

  • 3
    « Excellent staff, spotless but noisy traffic meant poor sleep »

    Well located in Belgravia 10 minutes walk from the Thames. Reception staff were very attentive. Room and hotel were spotless. No evening meals available. My only gripe is that the windows were old fashioned sash single glazed, probably due yo conservation area and the noise from the traffic from 5am meant. Sleep was disturbed every night

    4
    « Great location and value! »

    We booked a basic suite for 2 nights, Friday-Sunday. The hotel is a 10 minute walk to Victoria Station, 20 minute walk to Buckingham Palace, 30 minutes to Big Ben/London Eye, Convent Garden/Soho. Very convenient location, beautiful neighborhood. We felt very safe, and had a pleasant stay here. We chose to not spend money on breakfast, so our room was discounted. The room was ok, located in the basement of the hotel - so the view was of the alleyway, but we didn't care. We spent the majority of the days outside of the hotel, and only used it for sleep and shower. I would recommend this place if you are looking for a clean, safe, and cheap option while in London. Oh, wi-fi was included, but since we were in the basement, it was a bit spotty.

    1
    « Overbooked, moved to a 2* b&b no compensation »

    I booked 2 night stay for a work trip at the best western as its a brand name that I trust to have a fairly decent standard for cleanliness, size etc. On arrival they state they've overbooked so transfer me over the road to a 2* b&b which is cheap shoddy and dirty. Looking online cheaper and lower rated. Thanks best western, trust gone. It's not about the money as my work are paying anyway however I would expect from the customer service that I'm transferred at a minimum to the same standard of accommodation.

    4
    « Good location »

    Good location, friendly helpful staff and clean hotel. Excellent position for Underground and local friendly restaurants and bars. Quiet area of London, perfect to get away from hustle and bustle. Would definitely return.

    4
    « A pleasant stay in a convenient location »

    My friends and I stayed one night in single rooms. These rooms were small, with single beds, but perfectly adequate. Likewise the bathrooms were small but everything was clean. There was free wifi, and tea and coffee. The only drawback was the traffic noise, it wasn't bad, but I'm use to complete silence at night. The staff were friendly and very helpful.

    3
    « Alright Hotel! »

    Stayed for a weekend in January. Bedroom layout badly designed. Couldn't see the TV from the beds! Breakfast was a little disapointing, not replenished when there was still guests coming for breakfast. A place to sleep and handy for tube and walking into town.

    1
    « Worst stay ever!! »

    It is currently 3:20am and can't wait to go home in the morning. Can't sleep due to the banging of the fake chained up "balcony" door!! And this room is smaller than my bedroom at home. The price paid for this is ridiculous. Never ever ever again!!

    4
    « A hidden gem »

    I stayed here for two nights on a business trip. The hotel looks freshly decorated, it is bright, airy and clean throughout and has a quality feel with a high standard of fittings in the room. As usual in London the room (single) was quite small but it didn't feel cramped. Lots of lighting and space to work. A great shower! The free wi-fi works well with a strong signal and the TV has all the standard Freeview channels. There are USB charging points in the desk and plenty of free sockets for work. Over the road there is a Pizza Express and an Indian restaurant. The hotel is under 5 minutes walk from Pimlico tube station, about 10-15 minutes walk to the river and about 10-15 minutes by tube from central London areas. The staff were all friendly and helpful with no wait for anything. The breakfast was delicious. A full range of cold items are available, as well as bacon, egg and beans. Breakfast is served in a small dining area hidden in the basement. Breakfast doesn't start until 7am though so you'll miss it if leaving early. The only tiny criticism is the noise. Somewhat unavoidable in London, but there is some noise from the road outside and the internal noise travels quite a lot too. It wasn't a great problem but if you need your silence to sleep you might find it a bit irritating. I would definitely stay here again, even if working elsewhere in London as it's so well connected.

    5
    « Comforting for nights stay »

    I loved this hotel! Its all I can say I stayed for one night to see Stonehenge. I took coach from Victoria Coach Station which is only a 10 min walk from hotel. There is also convenience of local bus service. There are restaurants nearby as well.

    3
    « Nice little hotel »

    Nice little hotel rooms pleasant with a nice breakfast clean and comfortable would stay here on business again easy location for Pimlico tube ...will recommend this hotel to colleagues and friends a wee bit expensive £125 per night staff very pleasant and helpful

  • 3
    « Bring ear plugs »

    Stayed here for one night in a twin room for business trip. The good things - The hotel is situated about 10 minutes walk from Victoria tube station so pretty easy to get to and from transport. Room was LG5, which was a comfortable size, clean and well decorated. The bathroom was nice and the shower in the morning was great. The bad things - LG05 is right next to the eating area which comes alive at around 6:30 when the staff begin preparing for breakfast. Pans clatter, people talking to each other and then on goes the radio. None of this would be a problem if the door to the eating area was to remain closed or the bedroom door were not paper thin. Bring ear plugs or you will be awake before you want to be. The breakfast was quite limited and not particularly nice either - I think the eggs were powdered and had a strange consistency, like mashed potato.

    3
    « Great Staff, Small Rooms »

    I was met by a friendly smile and efficient booking in process. I had a double room with no view and when I opened the curtains the air vents were stuffed with toilet paper? The room was very small but reasonably well laid out, the odd stool was stuffed into the only available space for it, it couldn't really be used unless you put your feet on the bed?? Room rate was reasonable for the area. Good access to a couple of pubs and restaurants. Breakfast was ok, nothing to write home about but again friendly service.

    5
    « Excellent »

    Very nice place, clean and warm. Very good services. Very good location, just 15 minutes walk to Big Ben, and 5 minutes to Victoria station. Around area are a lot of shops and rrstaurants. Price is guaranteed.

    4
    « Good for the price »

    A little far from the main sights but not bad if you can walk everywhere. It is right next to a station on the tube so if you are public transit savvy it's a good location - you get what you pay for. Biggest disappointment was the wi-fi, it didn't work in our room and they couldn't get it fixed for the duration of our stay (3 days) but really not the biggest deal... when I'm on vacation, wi-fi is not life or death.. we just had to walk to the lobby to use it which was inconvenient. For a budget hotel, not bad at all. I'd stay here again.

    4
    « Not bad »

    Checked in by friendly staff, warned that hotel was being renovated! Carpet grippers, carpet up and smell of paint was a warning but ground floor room at back was quiet and big enough. Wireless was free and good speed. Free paper. Free bottled water. Would stay again. Close to loads of places to eat and drink. Close to Victoria for transport links.

    2
    « Fit for deaf midgets »

    This newly refurbished hotel was clean and tidy, and that's the best one can say of it. The window was not double glazed, hence the traffic from the street was very audible; the room, bathroom and bed were exceedingly tiny, fit for midgets. At breakfast, tea and coffee were awful. Overall, an expensively annoying experience.

    5
    « Always good »

    I've been staying here on and off for the last 15 years or so: so a review is well overdue! I have always found this a consistently good place to stay whether for business or leisure. It's location is excellent for getting around London whether by bus 24 which goes everywhere any visitor might want to go including Westminster Abbey, Parliament, Downing Street, Horseguards Parade and Trafalgar Square to name but a few; or tube from Pimlico/Victoria or National Rail from Victoria. It's the nearest place to living in a village with friendly pubs and restaurants all around the hotel's location. Bedrooms are comfortable and well-serviced, quieter at the back with views over London on the higher floors. Staff excellent as is breakfast. No bar but not needed with numerous pubs and wine bars within walking distance. Highly recommended but not if I can't get a room!

    4
    « Good location »

    Upon arrival we knew we were early, the gentleman at reception was very friendly and we left our bags with no problem at all. Checked in later and we were directed to our room which was modern, comfortable and clean. All staff very pleasant and helpful. Only downside was housekeeping knocking on the door at 8.15am on a Saturday morning! Breakfast was okay, limited choice but suffice. The location is great within walking distance to an underground station.

    5
    « best western in uk and france »

    very satisfied. We stayed in uk and france at best western and very happy and satisfied with the staff and hotels overall. The only thing is the showers, we have very little water and it gets cold and hot at times which can be a pain as back home in Australia plumbing is not a problem at all so we are used to have big showers with big flow of water and non changing temperature. But would recommend best western to anyone traveling, value for money and locations are great!

    3
    « Nice budget hotel in London center »

    The hotel is simple, but clean and comfortable. The room is really small as usual in London, offers free wifi a flat tv 32" and breakfast, personnel is kind and available to provide informations to the guest. The location of the hotel is walking distance from Victoria station and close to Pimlico metro station.

  • 4
    « Small but comfortable, quiet and convenient »

    Just a short walk to the tube or bus from this small hotel located just a few blocks from Victoria station. Very reasonably priced and staff was extremely helpful! Wireless Internet was a little weak, but there is a computer in the lobby that was free to guests that could be used to print on.

    4
    « First trip to London »

    Stayed here for my first trip to London + it was a great base to go and explore! Pimlico station 5 minute walk - 2 minutes on the tube to Victoria where there are restaurants and theatres and not long to get to all the attractions like Big Ben, London Eye etc. Hotel was easy to find & staff were pleasant. Room was lovely with a beautiful view of the London Eye, Big Ben and Houses of Parliament. Only downside was the bathroom was tiny! Expected in London I suppose but it really was small. Didn't have breakfast so can't comment. Would like to have wifi in bedrooms not just the reception area. They very kindly looked after our luggage all day after we had checked out which was extremely useful. Will definitely book again when visiting London again in the future!

    4
    « Corona best western »

    Good central location. The room was comfortable and the usual London size. The staff were helpful and conscientious. However the breakfast was really quite bad. The hot food was just about warm The coffe was almost cold on the first one. It did improve afer we raised the matter.

    4
    « london »

    first class reception at the Corona hotel in Victoria the manager and staff were most helpful ,nothing was to much trouble spending time instructing us on the tube service and trains Damir was the young manager we must thank him for making our stay pleasant

    4
    « one night business stay »

    I was a little concerned when directed to a lower ground floor room but I have to say the room was spacious and spotlessly clean. the bathroom, whilst very compact was fine. as I was travelling alone there was no problem but the room was set up with one double and 2 single beds and I imagine the size of the bathroom would have presented an issue if the room had been full. the room service was good and the menu and not extortionate and wifi was free with a good signal whic is not necessarily the case with many hotels, especially in this areas of London. The breakfast likewise was good. would stay again.

    5
    « Great location »

    We chose this hotel for a three night break after reading good reviews about the location and room cleanliness. We were not disappointed. Really handy for Pimlico tube station, the room was great and the staff could not be more helpful. We had an issue with the shower where no cold water came in. We advised reception in the morning and it was fixed when we returned later in the day. Recommended. Would certainly return to this hotel.

    5
    « Excellent »

    Lovely quiet location, excellent service and nothing was too much trouble, rooms were lovely and clean. Very easy to find. Really enjoyed our stay, breakfast was lovely and had plenty of choice. highly recommend

    5
    « London base »

    The Corona is in an excellent location for the underground and city centre. Hotel clean and comfortable and staff excellent always very helpful. The breakfast including hot food is very good. Always stay here on a London trip.

    4
    « Great location and super Thai Restaurant around the corner. »

    Service was excellent and reception couldn't do enough to help during my stay. Quality of room good- clean and modern with everything you need. While others have mentioned a poor breakfast I disagree, it is marketed as continental but has scrambled eggs, bacon and beans for those that want a hot breakfast. Good little find for the price and central location. If you like Thai food then there is an amazing restaurant just around the corner which is well worth a visit.

    2
    « Expensive but two stars pension »

    I would not recommend this hotel apart from the position close to Victoria and Pimlico tube station. Staff is average the room extremely small, breakfast very basic. Next time I will look for other solutions, 150 euro a night is too much for this hotel.

  • 2
    « Disappointing »

    Great location but that is about it. Room was shabby although I understand they are refurbishing. 'Free' WIFI but it did not extend its reach to my room. Answer come down to reception area. This is 2015! The final straw was the breakfast - for the first time in my life I was unable to eat a sausage. This really should be so much better!

    4
    « Fantastic location! But I have had better breakfasts! »

    Brilliant location and a nice clean room. I was in the basement which meant I had limited mobile phone signal and I also couldn't connect go to Internet but as I was out and about I didn't investigate this further with the hotel. Pleasant staff who were happy to assist. Breakfast was basic..... Limited hot choice, scrambled egg was vile! Perfect location for my workplace when in London overnight though so will stay again!

    4
    « 2 nights at best Western Corona »

    Hotel is located in Victoria which is a clean and safe area. Walking distance to Victoria tube station but even closer is Pimlico Station. Hotel is quaint and clean. very nice bathrooms. Breakfast in the morning is great. If on ground floor make sure you are not beside breakfast room, can get loud.

    4
    « London Family Break »

    Stayed in a family room at this hotel for three nights. Good location near to Pimlico Underground station. Hotel was very comfortable and staff were hjelpful and friendly. Did not spend much time at hotel but it was a good base. Good size bedroom but ensuite bathroom extremely small to say the least. Beds were comfortable and it was a fairly quiet hotel. Would recommend to others visiting London.

    4
    « Stopover to attend House of Commons tour »

    Chose this hotel as about 1 mile from House of Commons. We had a tour early next morning. Nicely situated a few minutes walk from Pimlico Underground station. Reception very good. Efficient friendly, and told us all we needed to know. Room small but very clean and comfortable. Room for a few clothes in open wardrobe. Bathroom small but clean. I am 6ft 2 " and fitted in fine. Walk in shower, and usual shower gel and shampoo available

    5
    « Great Boutique Hotel »

    The hotel is close to 2 tube(subway) lines, easy access from Victoria Train Station, the room was clean and comfortable with some nice perks. We were given early arrival to the room and the staff was very friendly and accommodating when we needed something. It is in a quite area and there are some nicely priced pubs nearby. Only minutes walk to the river front. Price was very reasonable and would stay here again. We highly recommend trying it out, add the breakfast it worth it.

    5
    « Nice Hotel »

    Nice centrally located, clean, friendly staff, very accommodating, close to the tube. Great little boutique feel hotel. Nice breakfast. The room was not very large but it was comfortable. We were able to check our luggage in, go to lunch and return to our room be ready before check in time.

    4
    « weekend stay in London »

    nice enough hotel , room was a bit small for price paid , but pleasant enough , front desk staff were nice , and breakfast was good , bed was comfy , shower clean and had free toiletries , free wifi worked well , close to Pimlico station which was a bonus.

    3
    « Small is small. Think cruise cabin »

    Rooms very compact (small). 8 ft at widest. If you are taller than 5ft8in good luck on the single bed as you will be sleeping in fetal position Close to Pimlico tube station on Victoria line so access to tube is excellent Staff excellent No air conditioning so expect if you leave your window to get street noise Staff is superb but

    3
    « Not bad, but basic! »

    We had 2 double rooms and 1 triple. Doubles were tiny - bedroom and bathroom, very basic dated, but adequate for an overnight stay when all you'll be doing is using it to sleep, triple however was at least 4 times the size and like a suite in comparison. Not your typical best western.

  • 5
    « Pleasantly surprised »

    I was a little concerned since i read the reviews on the way to the hotel. However i had a family room 109 and it was very quiet and very nicely furnished. New carpets throughout. Could imagine it would be hot in summer as only one small window behindthe single bed. Breakfast ok not spectacular. Few health and safety issues need sorting. Firedoor on stairs sticks open on the new carpet . Was open my entire stay and in the breakfast room there is a table in front of the fire exit. But overall a very nice comfortable and clean hotel.

    1
    « Never again »

    Room had no space at all No place for clothes No safe box No fridge Very small bathroom, no bathtub, no shampoo ot conditioner, no place to hang wer clothes From three nights we only had hot water one of them Very noisy, if you closed the window noises where the same from the street Lots of noises from the floor above Wifi did not reach our bedroom , so we had none No air conditioner

 

Getting to the hotel ...

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·From: Victoria Station. Rail/air terminal exit, turn left into Belgrave Road. The BEST WESTERN Corona is a ten minute walk. A five minute walk from Pimlico Station.