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The hotel occupies a renovated building dating back to the era of Edward VII. Guests may start the day with a delicious cup of English tea. It is possible for guests to store their valuables in the hotel safe. There is also a lobby, a restaurant, a lounge-bar as well as conference rooms available. A lift to the cosy and well appointed bedrooms enables convenient access for guests.
Reviews: Hotel Norfolk Plaza
4.2Good HotelRAUL - Apr 5, 2018
buen hotel, muy bien ubicado, y muy tranquilo, lo unico malo es que no hay wifi en las habitaciones y que el suelo parece que se cae, pero por lo demás, no estuvimos mal.
1.6Rat trapLucian - Jun 23, 2017
Bed and furniture much to old for a 3 star hotel. Every single movement of our neighbours was heard in the room due to wood pavement. Imagine having noises from 7am until 3am.
Having 30°C and no A.C., with a window blocked by a 20cm woodstick, created sauna effect in the room.
Tv with 5 channels, except it was some kind outside, then the signal was lost.
The position was good, however all the negative aspects, absolutely not for a 3* hotel (at max a half price room) convinced me to NEVER return!!
1.4Welcome to the 80'sLucian - Jun 20, 2017
We had a room at the 4th floor, room locked with a key, smaller than the lockers for my bike - So, security zero, we slept with a chair blocking the door. Basically, every movement of the surrounding rooms, halls, floors were heard clearly directly in our room, due to antique wooden walls and pavement. London is known for its midd-temperate whether, however we got 30°C , which thanks to our blocked window (could not open or close more than 20 cm) we had constant 28-33°C - just forget about AC or any sort of ventilation system.
The room smell was from a super old house, hairdryer was way too old, impossible to use, bed and sheets with holes, TV - a flat 19" with 4 channels, item hidden like 3m from the bed.
3 Star hotel? Well, only if you are into ghosts' houses, since at reception in 3 days we never saw a living thing.