Huttons Hotel

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Huttons Hotel

, London
3 star

Rooms: 54

55 Belgrave Road - London - England - SW1V 2BB - United Kingdom Hotel Website | | 44 02078343726
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Excellent 'no frills' budget hotel
Submitted by: Roslyn Palmer in 19/03/08
  • Age Group: 60 +
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Retired
Excellent value for money. Friendly, helpful staff, rooms basic but very clean. The breakfast was filling, and it was good to have the choice of cooked as well( even if there was no bacon or tomato).' Cheap & Cheerful', in excellent location, we shall definitely be using again.

Historical Traveller Reviews of Huttons Hotel

Cheap and nasty

from daytripper
Stayed at Huttons for 2 nights in Dec 2005. Good points - location - 10 mins walk to Victoria station. Bad points - TINY room - no hot water (it got warm, but never hot). Smelly - on the top floor you can smell the breakfast cooking in the basement. Bathroom was unusual - almost like a portaloo had been stuck in the room, the shower was pretty useless. This place is very cheap - its suitable for travellers. The staff we good. I wouldnt stay there again.

great location

from A TripAdvisor Member
Good value Hotel in a great central location near Victoria coach and train stations and easy walking distance to tube stations.

We stayed in a triple room for 3 nights in half term with our 6 year old daughter, room was a good size, clean and tidy, bathroom was a little bit small only a shower no bath, but nothing to grumble about given the price of the room.

Staff were always friendly and helpful, breakfasts were good, self service full English and plenty of it.

Overall for price and location excellent value for money and an enjoyable stay.

Great price in a pricey town!

from A TripAdvisor Member
Small room & bathroom. friendly knowledgable staff. Great location near "22 bus" & Victoria station. The beds were a bit springy, but you get what you pay for. Breakfast was fantastic!!!

hotel hell

from A TripAdvisor Member
hi, i traveled to london with my little girl this summer 2004. the city was great! we loved it! the only problem was that we stayed in hotel hell. it was supposed to be a low price hotel, but as it turns out, it was 50 pounds ($100 usd) per night! Ouch! it was the worst place on earth. Hotel Huttons is hotel hell. The food was nasty. they served the worst English breakfast i ever had. They make English food very badly. They give english food a bad name. thank god for other places to eat in england! I wanted to vomit after my first breakfast there.They even had moldy bread to go with it.Yuck! Have you ever eaten boiled fried eggs? Thats right, they boil the cracked and beaten egg instead of frying it in oil or butter. Talk about cheap. the rooms were tiny and hot. It was noisy, doors were constantly banging.I did not get much rest. HOtel Huttons was so bad that i left one day early. I rather lose my $100 for the night and sleep at gatwick airport, just so i did not have to endure that place one more night. Please, if you go to London, don't go to Hotel Hell.They did not even have the decency to offer me my money back. I was an unsatisfied customer. but those greedy people at Hotel Huttons did not care. Good riddance to them. PLEASE TAKE MY ADVICE, HOTEL HUTTONS ON BELGRAVE ROAD IN LONDON ENGLAND, IN THE CITY OF WESTMINSTER IS HOTEL HELL! THANKS.

A very friendly, clean, bargain hotel

from Rickwine
I came to this hotel after my first hotel burned. (That will wake one up). The people at the hotel were very friendly. They gave me a good room with a large bed and breakfast for 50GBP per night. The room was small but very clean. Breakfast was good and "all you can eat". The close proximity to Victoria station was convenient. I walked from Westminster Abbey to the hotel in about 30 minutes. I always felt safe in the neighborhood. Italian restaurant on the corner is good.

The staff was just super. I enjoyed my stay and would stay again.

Good for a budget traveller

from Courtney93
This is a good hotel for a BUDGET traveler. I chose it because my two friends and I were travelling cheap but didn't want to stay in a hostel. This was a good alternative. The rooms are TINY. I generally take that word with a grain of salt, as a lot of travellers just aren't used to the size of hotel rooms in many European cities. But this room truly was one of the smallest I've ever seen. We had a triple, which didn't help matters, since the room itself appeared to be the same size as the doubles we peeked into down the hall. There was barely room enough to wedge yourself between the 3 beds. On the plus side no one had to get out of bed to turn the TV off! There is almost no space to put your luggage, so travel light. The bathroom looks EXACTLY like an airplane bathroom. You step up into it, all the walls and floor are plastic, and you could almost shower while brushing your teeth in the sink on the other end. Washing your hair takes creativity of movement. It provided a lot of laughs! However, the room was very CLEAN and you were given a fresh towel every day with maid service. Soap/shower gel/shampoo/conditioner combo (All in one liquid?) is provided on the shower wall. The hotel has recently installed hardwood flooring which is very nice. Bedding itself was clean but has seen better days and it would be nice if they would invest in blankets that don't seem to attract hair. However, pillows were GREAT--big and fluffy. The halls had an odd odor but it didn't seem to extend to the rooms themselves. Breakfast was great, it's in the well-lit basement and you enjoy a variety of food and drinks. It's buffet style but they replenish often. All in all, I would stay away from the triples but the doubles seemed OK for space, as long as you don't need a lot of it! Very friendly service, nice lobby, security door, easy to find (Pimlico tube station is a bit closer plus you avoid the crowds at Victoria) and most importantly: CLEAN. Neighborhood is OK, Belgrave Rd is not very interesting but not dangerous either. There's a request stop for the bus just feet from the hotel. I would highly recommend for young people who want clean and well-located accomodations for not much money. It was definitely a step up from other hotels in the same price range!

Great value

from SheriOntario
We stayed at Huttons Hotel twice over the last couple of weeks, at the beginning and end of our European vacation. Great location - close to Victoria Station and Pimlico tube station. Our room had been renovated and had a wood laminate floor and a new bathroom unit. The room was clean and the staff very friendly. We arrived very early in the morning and they stored our luggage for us behnd their desk. Great BUDGET hotel, we would recommend it.
TIP: If you arrive at Victoria Station on the train from Gatwick, go up the escalator to the retail area of Victoria Place and exit at the opposite end and you are on Belgrave Road (turn left).

Good location

from Donna529
I found the hotel to be very clean. The room was small but nice. The bathroom was tiny but clean. Breakfast was ok. The location was really good. We walked to Buckingham Palace and the London Eye. There is no AC. We had a room at the front of the hotel so it seemed a bit noisy at times, but then it was hot outside so our balcony door was open. There is a security door in the lobby, so only guests have access to hotel rooms. Victoria station is nearby, and there is a small shopping center inside for cheap eats and anything else you may need.

t go here

from A TripAdvisor Member
This place is DISGUSTING. You don't get what you pay for - it is terrible. Tiny dingy dirty rooms. The "dining room" is like some cellar you see in footage of Saddam's prisons. Please take my advice and go somewhere else...

you get what you pay for

from A TripAdvisor Member
All in all the rooms are tiny but clean as described in other reviews, so only a few additional remarks: Tiny to the extent that you don't even have a wardrobe or bedsidetables for all beds. The bathroom is functional but you have to be very flexible to get water to all bodyparts when using the shower.
Breakfast is really 'english' so don't expect cereals or yoghurt.
Doors are selfclosing, so most people tend to let them go, resulting in a loud bang, even during night.
The elevator is the real threat: It only serves your level when it likes to and delivers you where it finds suitable.
But: 50GBP per double/night it is really a treat for the budget (at least for London) and with a 24/7 bus to the center of london in front of the hotel is very recommendable for the young and students.

Top Local Tips for London

Oyster card If you're staying a coupl of days in London and intend to use the transport system, better get an Oyster Card : you recharge it, and at the end of the day (litteraly), it calculates the best rate applicable to your trips of the day.

London eye, tube, lunch Best to go early in the morning to avoid queues and when the sky is clear.Get your day travel card for tube and buses. Best to bring a snack with you and enjoy eatting in one of the royal parks or gardens.

Use the Bus Use the 24 bus to get in and out of town from Pimlico


Other names for Huttons Hotel

  • huttons hotel london
  • Address: 55 Belgrave Road - London - England - SW1V 2BB - United Kingdom
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