The Bedford Hotel is situated close to the British Museum lying between the West End and Covent Garden. Guests will find themselves surrounded by a wealth of attractions as well as shopping opportunities dining options and entertainment venues. There are a variety of amenities available to guests of Bedford Hotel London such as room service a safe and a currency exchange. A gym is available to those wishing to keep up their exercise regimes while away. There are 184 peaceful rooms at Bedford Hotel in London each providing all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay. After settling in to their room guests can discover the area with use of Russell Square Tube Station which is a short stroll from the hotel. A satisfying breakfast is served each morning at Bedford Hotel London and there are numerous restaurants and eateries close by. Beverages can be savoured at the bar. Bedford Hotel in London is situated amongst the area's tourist attractions and the Royal Opera House Tottenham Court Road and Centre Point are also within walking distance. It is within walking distance of Covent Garden Tube Station which allows for convenient access in and around London.
Staff was helpful
Room was small and a bit old fashioned
Location and stuff at the reception desk. Free luggage storage for early check-iners. Smoked fish in "English breakfast". 1 pound per day storage of your luggage AFTER check out. That was also convenient. However, expect to pay cash. Would I go back to this hotel? Very unlikely.
Size of the rooms is very small. Yes, I am a spoiled American. Metal keys for rooms with huge metal sticks attached to them (so, you will not take it with you) - that was weird in 21st century. What I really did not like is the stuff in the breakfast area. The guys are from Middle East, not too adapted to the level of service in the Western world. Very rude. In the first day, I was seated at some table. I already got some food and then I was asked to move to another table, because my table was reserved. That did not feel very good. Also, who knew that there is a difference between "English breakfast" and "Continental breakfast"? Moreover, I supposed to read the list of items, which are attributed to each type of a breakfast and then go and pick those items. Really? I don't know who came up with that idea, but it's completely stupid from customer's satisfaction standpoint. By the way, "continental breakfast" includes only cereal and toasts with juice. That's it. If you take eggs and sausages, you supposed to pay extra, because they are part of "English breakfast".