Grange City Hotel
8-10 Cooper's Row, LONDON, London, EC3N 2BQ
- Tel: 020 7863 3701
Overlooking the Tower of London, this luxury 5-star hotel has a 25-metre swimming pool, a spa and a large gym. Tower Hill Underground Station is just 2 minutes walk away.
Overlooking the Tower of London, this luxury 5-star hotel has a 25-metre swimming pool, a spa and a large gym. Tube stations are nearby. Leisure facilities include a steam room, a sauna and a professional golf simulator. Grange City Hotel houses a range of bars and restaurants. Koto II restaurant serves Japanese cuisine in a vibrant setting. The Grange City’s rooms have digital LCD flat-screen TVs and 24-hour room service.
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- Maximum rate: £354
- Minimum rate: £81
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Grange City Hotel
26/08/2008 by cstewa38
Ok maybe not the best five star hotel in London but for the price you pay you definitely can't go wrong! Rooms are fairly spacious and offer a mini-bar, air conditioning, computer modem points, digital satellite TV, a music centre and a luxury marble and granite bathroom. The bathrooms are well equipped, however are very small and it would have been good to see a separate shower as opposed to a shower over the bath. The hotel boasts a swimming pool and health spa, although I did not have time to check it out during my stay. Breakfast is usually included in the room rates at this hotel and is a standard buffet breakfast type affair. The location of this hotel is another major plus point, Tower Bridge is minutes away from the hotel and many rooms offer views of the bridge and the River Thames. (Unfortunately mine didn’t!)Report this
06/08/2007 by anise
Firstly, the compulsion to deal with the claim of 'unrivalled views of the City': - Guoman (previously the Thistle) Hotel by the Tower of London, is on the River Thames. A number of rooms therefore have (requestable) views of Tower Bridge so you can see it being raised and lowered as river traffic dictates. - The Novotel Euston looks south from north(ish) of central London to take in the Post Office (BT) Tower and a number of other high-rises across the Cities of London/Westminster. - Finally (in my experience, but I have no doubt there are many others), the Great Eastern has rooms which view the NatWest Tower, the Gherkin and so on. It is therefore impossible to imagine how one would get an unrivalled view of the City from the rather unimposing Grange Hotel - situated as it is in a building nestled in amongst a number of other mid-rise modern office-blocks and hotels. Outrage at the claims made on views aside, actual experience was unfortunately little better. Room service arrived very late more than once, (even after multiple promptings to the kitchen), items were missing, and for goodness sake do not order poached eggs unless you like the vinegary tang of pickled eggs. The room, which was not cheap by anybody's standards (and I stay in some expensive places - got to love work expenses), was small, the bedding was very average (none of the fresh crisp sheets of more luxurious hotels) and the furnishings were extremely dated. Service otherwise was no more than adequate (and I am being polite, the price charged should have yielded a great deal more). In addition, although any personal or out of the way requests were met with initial agreement, when it came to the follow-through, well, it didn't. All in all, this was a really disappointing experience and I can only hope that it was atypical - either way, I am mighty glad I wasn't paying.Report this
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