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The Ridgemount Hotel

At a Glance

    Pros

  • good location for theaters and museum
  • helpful staff
  • family rooms (accommodating up to five) are excellent value

    Cons

  • decoration is basic
  • no elevator
  • cheapest rooms have shared bathrooms

Fodorite Reviews

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The Ridgemount Hotel Review

Mere blocks away from the British Museum and London's West End theaters, this handsomely fronted guesthouse has clean, neat, and plainly decorated rooms at a bargain. The welcoming public areas, especially the family-style breakfast room, resemble sweetly cluttered Victorian-style parlors. Breakfast is hearty and filling, and some room overlook a leafy garden. An interesting historical note: No. 67 was once owned by Elizabeth Stride, who later moved to the East End and fell victim to Jack the Ripper.

    Hotel Details

  • 32 rooms, 15 with bath.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 02-28-2014

Fodorite Reviews

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    The Ridgemount Review

    My family, which is a group of 6, stayed at the Ridgemount Hotel in early June of 2010, and I must say we were very happy! To start with, the Ridgemount was one of the few hotels in London that has one room large enough to accomodate our group of 6 at a reasonable price. The hotel was well kept. The English breakfast and service at breakfast was outstanding, and the staff was lovely, helpfull, and always available. A great stay!

    by JonGoldman, 7/31/10

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