Chiswick

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Reviews of Chiswick Court Hotel, Hammersmith

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Review by Colm O on 15th May, 2009

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Where to start on this "Hotel". First impressions were not great as my En-suite room turned out to be about 4ft X 12ft with a 2'6" bed. The room was filthy to say the least, with an accumulation of dust and dirt in the corners and a worn out and stained carpet. The window sill was black with dirt and water marks and the only working light in the room was a bare bulb (the bedside wall light didn't work) The shower room was so small that one could sit on the toilet, wash your hair in the sink and wash your feet in the shower all at the same time! You would need to be a contortionest to use it and god help anyone who has impaired movement. The shower was either a freezing drizzle or a boiling torrent, the fixed head only showered the oposite wall and the mixer came out of two large, ungrouted, holes in the tiles. The water in the wash basin was a mere drizzle and never got hotter than about 20 degrees C. The bathroom extractor fan barely worked from being clogged by filth. The only way to sleep was with the aid of ear plugs due to the snoring from the room next door. I cannot comment on the "continental" breakfast, which, as far as I can gather, consists of toast and orange juice. I concluded that, given the standard of cleaning in the public areas, the same care and attention to cleaning was not likely to be lavished on the private kitchen. Yes, this is budget accomodation. BUT there is budget and budget! The room I was in was 35 per night. Not a great deal of money, but considering I could have had a large, clean and comfortable en-suite room at somewhere like travel lodge or premier inn for about 56, it's put in persective. Which is why I suspect that they insist on full payment for the duration of your stay BEFORE they show you your "room". This self-styled hotel is at best a rip off and at worst a public health hazzard and could not, in any way, shape or form be recomended to anyone. Not even your worst enemy!!!

Date visited: 8/5/2009 to 10/5/2009

Review by jack on 8th May, 2007

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this hotel is OK not great but OK ...

Date visited: 8/9/06

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