Les notes se basent sur un nombre total de 17 avis vérifiés

Ils ont payé. Ils ont séjourné. Nous avons vérifié.
4,0 sur 5
Recommandé par 88 % des clients
4,0 Propreté de la chambre
4,2 Services et personnel
3,8 Confort de la chambre
3,8 Conditions de l'hôtel
Ils ont payé. Ils ont séjourné.
Nous avons vérifié.
5 sur 5
par Une Mamie et sa petite fille de Angers France

Hotel impéccable très bien situé au calme

Publié le 29 août 2013 sur Hotels.com
Je garde une très bonne impression de ce petit hôtel tout proche de la gare de St Pancras. A notre arrivée nous avons reçu un très bon accueil avec, en plus, un verre de jus de fruit servi dans le petit jardin, au calme. Les chambres sont impeccables, le personnel très agréable, faisant des efforts pour parler le français. La décoration est originale mélangeant ancien, rustique et moderne. Nous avons apprécié la chambre individuelle pour l'adolescente. Le petit déjeuner servi autour d'une grande table carrée est très copieux (de tout, même des oeufs brouillés)
1 sur 5
par HHC

Wall condition was terrible

Publié le 3 oct. 2013
Have to open window as there's no aircon but outside is terrible neighborhood, have shouting, fighting and ambulance sound at night, hard to sleep Half of hotel walls are in terrible condition, staircase as well feels really disappointed with the condition, only thing is hotel staff was friendly or it would be much more terrible
5 sur 5
par Suelec de Jersey

Publié le 2 juin 2013 sur Hotels.com
Excellent service. I love this hotel, every quirky inch of it!
3 sur 5
pour Personnes en voyage d'affaires
par un voyageur vérifié

Ce voyageur n'a laissé qu'une note Publié le 24 sept. 2012 sur Hotels.com
3 sur 5
pour Personnes en voyage d'affaires
par DJW

Beyond shabby chic

Publié le 20 sept. 2012 sur Hotels.com
Although I liked the idea of the rough luxe look when I booked the hotel, in reality it was just that bit too much. I recently refurbished my Victorian house in Weardale and the place was basically a stripped plastery splintered tip for a while. The only difference with Rough Luxe was the lack of that wet plaster smell. The rooms are furnished well enough - the huge settee/beds are great. The TV was a tiny cathode ray job mounted on the wall in the room that wasn't the bedroom and although it tied in with the scabby chic look it wasn't particularly useful. I expected to have at least a kettle and teamaking facilities but there was none of that. The front desk is not manned after 20:00. The breakfast in the basement is served around a huge communal table which is good but only after eight in the morning. The guy who served it did a good job it has to be said. Location is a big problem. On the north side of St Pancras Road there is the wonderful Victorian Rennaissance where you can get a room for roughly the same money. On the south side in the street outside the hotel all you seem to get is the hookers screaming at each other. There is too much of an 'edgy' feel to the area even now. I've lived and worked in London for years, and stayed in many hotels. I can think of a dozen that I'd rather stay in than this place. It didn't work for me at all. It was almost like a squat with posh beds.
4 sur 5
pour Familles
par Francis

A good base

Publié le 15 juil. 2012 sur Hotels.com
We booked at the Luxe as it appeared reasonably prices (relative to other London locations) and appeared reasonable according to the photo's. This hotel is quirky. The finish of the place is rough but main areas including bed and bathrooms are comfortable and well finished. Morning breakfasts and service from staff are excellent. The staircase is small and its a good training session if your on the top floors. Some additional expenditure on the technology is well overdue. The internet access is poor and intermittent at best and I thought that the TV in out room would have been thrown out years ago. Not sure what channels are available as I couldn't get reception on any channel. Depends what your looking for but if your arriving on Eurostar it is very close to St Pancreas and King's Cross stations so its a good base to explore from if your comfortable using the underground. Neighbourhood is a bit questionable as there is a halfway house next door.
1 sur 5
pour Personnes en voyage d'affaires
par businesstraveller

Don' stay here - I felt violated!

Publié le 22 mai 2012 sur Hotels.com
What a dump! Bizarre concept which certainly does not work. Pictures on the website flatter to deceive. This is a dump. Poor neighbourhood, did not sleep at all due to sirens all night. Hotel is scruffy cramped and uncomfortable. Doors are so small you have to turn sideways to get through them and the stairs are like an assault course from the Kripton factor. To say the bed was uncomfortable is an understatement. There are too few sockets to charge phones etc and the tv didn't work. Work I reported it I was told "yeah, it doesn't work. Youll have to read or something". I was told that my room door (the fire door) has a dodgy lock, so make sure i dont close it or i might not get out! Way way way overpriced compare to neighbouring b&bs. I felt violated!
5 sur 5
pour Escapade entre amis
par Kevin

Stay here

Publié le 9 mai 2012 sur Hotels.com
An exceptional hotel. Excellent staff, great location, fantastic breakfast, expensive, but worth the money.
5 sur 5
par un voyageur vérifié de Berlin

Rough Luxe in King's Cross

Publié le 28 févr. 2012 sur Hotels.com
I had a wonderful time in Rough Luxe. The hotel staff (who also live on the premises) were exceedingly helpful and cheery. The rooms were very comfortable and I very much enjoyed my whole stay. The location was excellent for easily getting around the city. Definitely recommended!
5 sur 5
par un voyageur vérifié de Houston, TX

Wonderful Place!

Publié le 17 janv. 2012 sur Hotels.com
My boyfriend and I had a wonderful stay at Rough Luxe. Located near the Kings Cross tube station, it was easy to get around. The charm of this boutique hotel was undeniable. Wonderful attentive staff and welcoming feeling. Great breakfast too!