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93% would recommend it to a friend
Well presented, clean hotel
This hotel 'does what it says on the tin'.
Rooms are a decent size, the decor is maintained, its clean and has very comfy beds. Heating or air con that you can control. Its not a high end hotel, but its one of the better business hotels I've tried so far. The kind of room where you walk in and sigh with relief, unlike some London hotels.
Clean and good value
What it lacks in style it makes up for in other important ways.
Clean, comfortable bed, great shower, BBC (unlike the other ibis in Earl's Court) and above all QUIET (top floor).
Gets a little worse with each stay.
Relocating our daughter in London
Reception staff very helpful, check in was easy and quick.
We were travelling with a dog and the staff were very helpful. The hotel is busy but the staff were always pleasant and helpful. The bedrooms are compact but very clean. Location handy for Chelsea FC and Earl's Court. Parking on site but headroom not enough for our Landrover Discovery. We were allowed to park outside for a reasonable charge. Bars and restaurants nearby. Altogether was a good overnight stay.
I enjoyed my stay!
Everything was perfectly organised.
ibis London Earls Court
Good standard of room with great views
The room was basic however it was spotless and had all the necessities, location was great and a 2 minute walk to the nearest station, food was fantastic and the price was even better .
Clean hotel at a very reasonable Rate for London.
Food was good and room clean and well presented
Week long business trip
Good sized room, with all the facilities that you would expect.
Choose something else
Not great at all.
Bathroom was dirty and grimy. TV wouldn't work correctly and the rooms are really small. Staff tried to be helpful but their understanding of the English language is not great. I'm not a snob by any means, but this really was below standard. For a better price and a better experience a Travelodge or Premier Inn would be a wiser choice. Just to add, when I rang the hotel before hand to enquire about parking, i was told there was a hotel car park. No mention that it costs £17.00 per night, they saved that as a suprise until I arrived.