|"Friendly staff very helpfull."||(in 203 reviews)|
|""Clean, good value for money, spacious room.""||(in 239 reviews)|
|"Great location Helpful staff"||(in 201 reviews)|
|"staff were rude and unhelpful"||(in 101 reviews)|
|"This is a tired hotel!"||(in 154 reviews)|
|"Very tired room was poorly maintained"||(in 265 reviews)|
|room with a window||in 856 reviews|
|room was good||in 777 reviews|
|great location||in 600 reviews|
|reception staff||in 571 reviews|
|hotel is very old||in 417 reviews|
|bed was very uncomfortable||in 266 reviews|
|free wifi||in 248 reviews|
|breakfast was good||in 243 reviews|
|good value for money||in 201 reviews|
|air conditioning||in 158 reviews|
|nice view||in 145 reviews|
|bit tired||in 114 reviews|
|canary wharf||in 111 reviews|
|dated decor||in 109 reviews|
|building site||in 89 reviews|
|italian restaurant||in 83 reviews|
|single beds||in 67 reviews|
|needs updating||in 37 reviews|
|bed was comfortable||in 28 reviews|
|bar area||in 26 reviews|
Breakfast could be better. It feels like a dining room in a factory.
The team had give us a good room as I requested .
The jets in the bath could do with a service , bed could have been more comfortable and it seems the bedsheets needed a better clean .
Rub-down, nickel & dime
If you like run-down hotels that charge for every amenity, this is the place for you. Unfortunately, I don’t like such places and do not recommend that anyone stays here. The hotel is in very poor shape. Two elevators were broken and the lights to inform you what floor you were on did not work in the fourth - it made for a fun guessing game of when to get off. Internet in the rooms is 7 pounds per device - that’s terrible in this day and age. There was free wifi in the lounge, where you could sit on couches that have been copiously taped up to cover the tears. There was also a charge to use the pool or fitness room. These items should be covered in the price. The staff did not seem to know what they were doing when I checked in. It is in a good location with respect to the subway, but there are several other hotels in the area where you could stay instead and I suggest you do.
Everything. Terrible facilities, charges for wifi, charges for gym.
I guess for the price you can go wrong
location. That was really about it.
> the room I received had no windows and was incredibly stuffy for my stay. > The breakfast was awful and didn't have many vegetarian options like the person who checked me in attested to (I ended up going to the nearby convenience store for premade food. Cheaper and at least adequate). > For a hotel in a business district, wifi for £7 per day per device seems incredibly steep.
The hotel is trying to save money to the detriment of the customer
Online booking implied breakfast included but upon arrival was told out wasn't and was upsold. Restaurant was terrible food. 20 min free Wi-Fi. Room not very nice. Place tired looking. Front of house staff were pleasant and nice.
Filthy, next to building site
The rooms are fine and food is average.
The spa is appalling! The pool has a dirty grime around the edge, the steam room was too hot to use and the sauna was too cool to sweat! You have to pay extra to use the spa and we were fobbed off by staff when we complained. We booked the hotel so that we could visit the spa and we were very disappointed. It should also be noted that some rooms overlook a building site so if you don't get woken up by trains you will hear early morning drilling etc.
Windows not sound proof
Was right next to a construction site and windows were not sound proof woke up early morning to the loudest drilling sound ... a lot going on around the area could not sleep due to excessive loud noise and checked out super early as noise was unbearable
The room was a little outdated and cramped. Does the trick for a place to crash.
Wifi isn't included has to be bought. Outdated furniture.
Great value for the money.
The location was great. Only a 5-10 minute walk to the Canary Wharf underground station and shopping. The public areas in the hotel were comfortable and you could get food and drink until the early morning hours.
The furnishings in the room were a little mediocre and worn. It is possible to do inexpensive and stylish but design is not everyone's strong suit. It would have been nice to have access to the waterfront but the doors were emergency exit/alarmed doors. All in all I would stay there again.
Briken AC, stuck in one position. Very tiny single rooms. Dirt. Catch on getting wifi, only 20 min a day are complimentary. Paid hotel support phone call-in line... Unfriendly staff from concierge up to manager, helpless fingerpointing to rules and booking broker.
View and location was great.
I didn't like the service. Asked twice for the air conditioning to be regulated down. As it was blowing at 28 degrees. First time was in the morning so they had all day to fix it. 2nd time was that night.. The resolution was they could open a small window for us. There was no smile and no service mind. The person behind the desk was just annoyed that there was something for him to fix. I asked for another room of that was or another fan.. But no...
inexpensive, but you get what you pay for
The location was good, reasonably close to Canary Wharf, and the cost was less than newer hotels in the area.
The hotel is a bit down at heels, worn carpet, noisy hard bed. No extras included, £7 a day for internet, £10 for a breakfast buffet that is nothing to rave about. Considerable construction in the area which makes getting around difficult (room service and one of the restaurants had an unnamed emergency and was closed).
Britannia The International Hotel London Canary Wharf is one of the oldest hotels in the Canary Wharf area of London, England. Built along the water's edge of the London Docklands, this historic building with a modern, glass front is near the famous business district, many greats pubs and restaurants, and boasts a breathtaking view of the city's skyline and River Thames.
With 530 spacious rooms, including luxurious suites, rooms with gorgeous River Thames views, and balconies, Britannia The International Hotel London Canary Wharf is a great place to stay while visiting London. Guests feel right at home because of the amenities, like 24-hour reception, luggage storage, and pet-friendly lodging for a small fee of Visitors can also enjoy quick WiFi in public areas of the building, daily complimentary WiFi in the rooms (and more for purchase if needed), parking, and electric charging stations.
Britannia The International Hotel London Canary Wharf boasts multiple places to eat dinner, grab a beer, or grab a snack before venturing out to explore the city. Jenny’s Carvery is a restaurant that serves up a filling traditional English breakfast, tasty lunch and dinner too in a buffet style, which is perfect for visitors who want to eat and continue exploring. Visitors may also enjoy comfort food at our Overstuffed Pizzeria, which offers up Italian bites and entrees or the Spice Restaurant, cooking up delicious, must-try, and authentic Indian cuisine. The hotel also is home to the Conservatory Bar, which boasts a romantic atmosphere and views of the waterside.
Britannia The International Hotel London Canary Wharf is a great place to stay because of its proximity to London landmarks and things to do. This bustling financial district is dotted with skyscrapers, along with landmarks and entertaining places to see and visit the One Canada Square, Cabot Square, the Museum of London Docklands, cute cafes, highly rated restaurants, pubs, and much more. While there's much to do around the hotel, guests are also just a short stroll away from the Canary Wharf tube station, which connects with many parts of the city.
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The Conservatory Bar is open from 11:00 am until closing, meaning guests can enjoy their evening here with a chilled drink and great bar snacks long into the night. Live sports are broadcast on large full-HD flat screens in the Friday’s Pub, which lets guests feel the authentic British pub atmosphere, complete with sports entertainment, craft beer, and pub grub.
The hotel boasts about 90 parking spaces for its guests and the parking garage has a 6 ft height restriction. Charges for a hotel spot are £25 (approximately $28) per night and vehicle, which is a great rate for this area of London. The spots are available on a first come, first serve basis and prior reservation is not possible. Charging stations for electronic cars are available in the parking lot, too.
Guests can bring their pets to this hotel and there is no weight restriction. The hotel charges £10 (approximately $11) for the first night and £25 (approximately $28) for two nights. A refundable deposit of £50 (about $56) at check-in is required. Although the hotel does not provide doggie bags or beds, the staff is happy to assist you in finding the close-by pet store and showing you the best dog-friendly restaurants and walks in the vicinity alongside Canary Wharf.
Packages like the Champagne Break deal can enhance your stay even further for a well-rounded time in London. Enjoy a welcome bottle of bubbly, as well as complimentary breakfast throughout your stay. The hotel is also especially beloved for its special event packages like their Christmas break or New Year’s Eve deals that make this hectic time a little less stressful.
If your travel schedule has you arrive in London way earlier than check-in time, request an early check-in, which the hotel will try to accommodate if room availability allows it. If you’ve stayed out late for a show, club, or drinks and want to benefit from late check-out services, a fee can be incurred, depending on how late you want the check-out to be. Register your request as early as possible with the hotel to cater to your wishes in the best way possible. Should room availability prevent you from benefitting from these services, you can always benefit from their complimentary luggage storage.
With public transportation, you will travel a lot faster around London and to the hotel than by car while also saving on parking fees. Going from Gatwick to the hotel only takes 50m: Start by taking the Thameslink train to London Bridge Station. Here you can conveniently change for the Jubilee Line to Canary Wharf. Cross the river on foot over the South Quay Footbridge, and turn right onto South Quay Walk to reach the hotel. From Heathrow, hop on the Piccadilly Line to Green Park Station, from where you also reach the Jubilee Line. (Prices checked 09/07/19).
Britannia The International Hotel London, Canary Wharf is located at Marsh Wall in Tower Hamlets, 7 km from the centre of London. Tower Bridge is the closest landmark to Britannia The International Hotel London, Canary Wharf.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 10:00 at Britannia The International Hotel London, Canary Wharf.
Yes, Britannia The International Hotel London, Canary Wharf offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Britannia The International Hotel London, Canary Wharf does not offer free parking.
No, Britannia The International Hotel London, Canary Wharf does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Britannia The International Hotel London, Canary Wharf is 5.1 km from London City.
No, Britannia The International Hotel London, Canary Wharf does not have a pool on-site.