- Very Good
- 42 guest reviews
"This was more like a room to let than a hotel. When I got there, a lovely lady came to open the door (there's no reception) and showed me th..."
"The accommodation was thoroughly adequate for a one night stop over. Initially I was concerned from a noise perspective about the close prox..."
"The room was freezing cold. When I asked to be moved the woman, who couldn't speak English, told me in Romanian that they were full. After t..."
"Clean, stylish and polite staff, great value..."
"After eventually finding the almost hidden doorway to the Inn on the Broadway I was pleasantly surprised to find a well presented establishm..."
About the hotel
Our building is fully equipped with services like television and internet connection and can even provide secretarial services being available on special request. The whole building is centrally heated and is also fully air-conditioned. The Inn on the The Broadway does not have any Breakfast Facities but being in the heart of the town, there are numerous places within touching distance of the premises for you to have breakfast before heading out to the sights and shopping around the corner.
In the evenings you can enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants in close proximity to the building or even spend a relaxing hour or two in the many suitable bars in the neighbourhood. Situated in north-west Surrey, 25 miles from London, Woking was originally a village located at what is now known as Old Woking; the current town centre being open heath land. With the arrival of the Basingstoke Canal and then the railway in 1838, Woking suddenly became more accessible from London and, in the 1800's, the present town started to develop when London had a shortage of land. Primarily, it was the shortage of land for burials that led to the London Necropolis Company buying 2300 acres of land on Woking Common at Brookwood for use as a cemetery. However, only 400 acres were used for the cemetery (the coffins being transported by special trains directly into the site) and the rest of the land was used for property development. A large part of the town reflects this Victorian origin although, more recently from the 1970's, newer developments of shops, offices and apartments have greatly enhanced the town and its surrounds.
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- In room facilities
- Air conditioning in rooms
- Airport Shuttle, Car Parking Available Offsite
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- From 12:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
- 05/11/2009 to 05/11/2010 - Latest check in time is 22:00. Please advise if arrival is later than this The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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86% would recommend it to a friend
Clean and Functional
This was more like a room to let than a hotel.
When I got there, a lovely lady came to open the door (there's no reception) and showed me the room. She spoke very little English but she was very nice, however perhaps this would have been an issue in case there had been some problem with the room, I needed help etc. Having said that, the room was of good size, close to the train station, very clean, as far as I could tell and the bed comfortable. It was basic, but I think it would be absolutely fine both short term and long term.
Function and Friendly
The accommodation was thoroughly adequate for a one night stop over.
Initially I was concerned from a noise perspective about the close proximity to the station but actually there was little to no disturbance. The room was clean and functional (not for you if you like your creature comforts); the host struggled with English but was incredibly nice and friendly, trying so hard to communicate and make sure everything was to an acceptable standard. All in all a perfectly pleasant overnight experience.