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Village Hotel London Watford features a modern health club with an indoor pool, 2 dining options and sleek rooms. Just half a mile from the M1 motorway, Watford’s center is a 10-minute drive away. The whole atmosphere of the Village hotel is modern and sleek, it felt really cosy and comfortable, the rooms are really well designed, huge smart TVs, bathtubs, comfortable beds (make sure you ask for a queen and not two single beds attached together!). The hospitality staff were extremely accomodating during all hours so I would definitely return to stay here again. I've been in worse 4* hotels!
Featuring a garden, terrace, and a shared kitchen, Edgware B&B offers carpeted rooms with free WiFi in Edgware, 12 miles from the center of London. I’m not often left speechless, but Edgware B&B is… different. This was certainly one of my more memorable (read: most extraordinarily bizarre) boarding experiences. The good: Our rooms had walls and beds and doors that locked*. The house had a pleasant garden. The bad: The overwhelming, overpowering smell. The room was the size of a spacious cupboard (the small single bed touched both walls). It gets worse: We were not asked for ID, or even our names upon “check-in”… we parked in a driveway, walked into the garden, asked a red-eyed, sleepy looking man if this was Edgware B&B and were led down a long winding route through another garden and back yard to get to our rooms one house down. The next morning we wondered briefly whether we should check-out of our rooms – but how could we check-out, when we hadn’t even checked-in?! This is mind-boggling: There was talcum powder (I HOPE) everywhere. A random Rastafarian man in the corridor who was clearly torn between helping me remember the code to my room (bless), and not wanting to let on that he knows the code to my room. A young unaccompanied child running between houses. *The fact the rooms had code-locks was comforting. The fact that somebody in the building (unclear whether tenant, staff, wondering stranger, or “supplier” of sorts) clearly knew said codes, was not (see: This is mind-boggling, above).
I was quite disappointed in the shopping options. I'd left my shoes behind so needed to buy a pair for the evening. But I couldn't find a single shoe shop in the High Street. Does everyone live only in trainers these days??
For me it was perfect as I follow Arsenal Women and they play their home matches at Borehamwood. There are also Elstree Studios where many TV programmes are recorded. Very amny eating places along the high street.
Our main purpose for staying in Borehamwood, was to see my mother in Potters Bar about 7 miles away. We used 'Jennys' cafe to eat before travelling to Potters Bar & we also had tea in the 'Hart & Spool' on the Friday night which was excellent
The gov shuts down everything and I phone up to cancel to be told I will still be charged, disgraceful will not be using this hotel in future and will be telling everyone I know to stay away from them
Can’t believe they stole my money wanted a deposit from me cause I payed in by cash and they asked for a room deposit and obviously today morning around 6am went to reception to ask my deposit money back and got nothing they told me to come and pick it up later the manager wasn’t in and had to leave for work and I don’t live in that stupid area never again thievessss!!!!
I enjoy my monthly visits to Boreham Wood. When my grandaughters moved there I called it Boring Wood., but it is far from that. The high street on a Saturday is buzzing with a street market. Off the middle to the right is the Real cinema.to the left is a variety if high street big stores At the eend is the Venue sports centre, behind which is a fantastic play park for little and big kids. There is also the Jump trampolene centre. The high street also has many restaurants of all nationalities. A Mcdonalds in a beautiful old bulding. A wow of modern barber's shops as well. If you like a Charity Shop you will be spoilt for choice. One word of advice Do not ever stay in the Elstree Inn. Am writing to council to have it investigated.
The hotel has been completely refurbished since our last stay and it has been done to a very high standard. Being so close to Elstree it has the film theme running throughout the hotel which has been done so well. Although it is just a few seconds from the A1, traffic noise is easily cut out by the good soundproofed windows, on the other hand it is great that you can actually have fresh air in the room! Highly recommend this hotel.
I stayed here after being in the Premier Inn for three nights. I walked to the hotel with my bags. My energy levels were a bit low when I got there and the receptionist wanted to make sure I was ok. So top marks