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100% would recommend it to a friend
The room was clean and warm, with a strange layout, a bit noisy from the underground trains.
ear plugs were provided but could still hear the trains. Breakfast was continental buffet self serving plenty of it for the start of the day.. location very near to oxford street
Really nice and clean room central to city shopping area
Astor Court Hotel
A little old fashioned but great location and friendly staff.
Such an amazing stay, had an apartment was definitely worth the money
Very late night check in no problem, lovely lady on reception, very friendly and helpful.
Loaned me hair dryer to dry off from my walk in the rain. Booked normal room but got allocated amazing apartment with more rooms and space than needed but lovely quality and a nice surprise. Would book again.
Trip to London
Very comfortable room in perfect location for a trip to theatre and shopping.
Really not bad for central London
We booked a suite apartment room in Astor Court and were genuinely pleased with the price.
Pros: the staff were lovely and helpful, really very pleasant and the front desk was staffed 24 hours a day. It was also really nice to find somewhere that offered apartment accommodation but with breakfast served as well, although it was only a continental breakfast and the variety wasn't really there.
Our suite was huge, really very spacious - my 1yo loved crawling the whole length of the apartment and back again again at top speed. Niggles were that the two single beds were in the separate bedroom and the double was in the main living space (I think it makes more sense the other way around), and that the layout meant you had to go through the twin room to get to the bathroom. My cousin and my sister, who were sleeping in there, were disrupted and their sleep is really important as I am disabled and they provided my care during the day. The room on my booking stated it had accommodation for up to five people, but there was no way to accommodate a fifth person. Also, the kitchenette is really quite poor - it was essentially an under-counter fridge and a microwave in a cupboard. A little disappointing.
On check in, we had a few weird experiences - the first was that the receptionist tried to encourage us to swap our room for two normal rooms instead. I can only assume a family was staying elsewhere in the hotel and hadn't realised that a suite was an option. The second was that the receptionist asked if I would like a travel cot for my son - I said yes, and she said "well we don't have any, but I'll get you one tomorrow." It seemed an odd question to ask in that circumstance. It is a little far if you're getting the train into Euston, especially if you're disabled which means the tube is inaccessible. We walked from the station with my son, my wheelchair and ask our luggage, which took about twenty minutes. It's just that little bit too far out to be convenient if you can't get the tube, which is frustrating.
As far as being a disabled guest goes, the hotel either didn't have or didn't offer a ramp to help me get into the hotel in my wheelchair, and then there are another two steps once inside to get to the lift to the rooms. The bathroom and toilet were separated, which isn't a bad thing, but trends to create small, difficult toilets to access when one has a physical disability.
All in all we had a nice stay, but it would've been a ton better if it was more accessible and their apartment suite was more like an apartment.