Ratings based on 20 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 Room cleanliness
3.6 Service & staff
2.8 Room comfort
3.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Annie from UK
Room very smallPosted 15-Oct-2013
Hotel clean, well decorated, pleasant. Staff friendly. Excellent location - convenient and in a quiet street, overlooking greenery and trees. Breakfast fine. Toiletries provided. However, the room was very, very small. Stayed on the third floor. Bed narrow and there was just enough room to walk around the bed - no room for other furniture, just beds and small space to walk around. Couldn't have stayed there for long because of this. Would recommend if there were bigger rooms available - don't know what the other rooms are like.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller
Pros: location, and clean
Location: plenty of restaurants shops nearby, 5 min walk to tube, and away from main road, nice and quiet, and yes air conditioning!
the only dissapointment was the double bed was actually a sofa bed, pretty comfortable but less comfortable th more nights you were in it.
for Personal Eventby The Roses from Finchfield
Great Location and Fantastic ServicePosted 14-Jun-2013 on Hotels.com
We stayed at the Jenkins Hotel for one night on Saturday 8th June and were very happy with our choice. The Hotel is immaculately clean and in such a peacful location ooverlooking a park. We could not believe how quiet it was yet so close to Euston and the surrounding area - literally minutes! The bed as so comfy and the pillows were amazing it was a struggle to get up. The breakfast was lovely and we were made to feel very welcome from the moment we arrived until we departed. We will be back. Thankyou Jenkins!
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby iltgt
Posted 2-Jun-2013 on Hotels.com
for Personal Eventby YEYing
Posted 21-Nov-2012 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby A verified traveller from Luxembourg
Best avoidedPosted 10-Nov-2012
Pros: The heating worked very efficiently, which was just as well as there was only a wafer-thin blanket on the bed
Cons: Tiny room with shabby furniture, no hot water
Location: Great location for Eurostar travellers, close to St Pancras
In view of the fairly high room rate, I was expecting better. I was given a tiny room, the shower had no pressure and there was no hot water. I stayed there four nights and my conclusion is : never again !. The Jenkins Hotel -with breakfast and reception at the Judd, across the road- proved that people who book rooms for single occupancy usually get the worst ! Take some ear plugs if you still want to go there because between the slamming doors, the creaking floors and the bathroom noises, you will need them.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller
Location: Good for Euston, Kings Cross, St Pancras - all within 7 minutes walk.
Annex of a better hotel (Judd Hotel). Small old fashioned room, single bed, open fireplace, sah window with dirty sill, utility furniture, shared toilet was tiny - like an aircraft toilet.
for Everyoneby julie from West Yorkshire, UK
hotel in very bad condition - smelt of damp or rot or something. Shower hopeless. Breakfast OK. Does not deserve a three star rating. Very poor value for money
The most basic hotel possiblePosted 4-Sep-2012 on Hotels.com
I needed to be near St. Pancras station to catch an early train the next morning. I had stayed in the neighborhood before, but it was a Bank Holiday weekend and Jenkins was the only hotel in my price range that wasn't fully booked. Check in is at the Judd Hotel, across the street (there is no desk or attendant in the Jenkins). I got my key and found my room, but the power was out on that hallway -- even the phone didn't work, so I had to go back over to the Judd and have the man come over to find the breaker switch. The room itself was small and far from fancy, but it was clean and the bed reasonably comfortable. The toilet is in a tiny closet just off the staircase and the shower on another floor (there was virtually no water pressure in the shower, just a tepid trickle). It was OK in a pinch, but really should have cost about half what it did, given the lack of amenities.
Close to amenities does not give 3 star statutsPosted 22-Aug-2012 on Hotels.com
I thought the hotel was awful, and not as advertised. I had to upgrade o a double room, as the single was unbelievably small. Then the door stop got stuck, so i couldnt have stayed in it any way, but still paid extra for the double. Had to ask for a hairdryer, as not in room as advertised. There was not plenty of channels on the TV, i think 4 which were terrible. Didnt feel safe,s I was a woman on my own, and then to top it off there was no hot water, so had a cold shower, the only good thing about that was it was very hot. Not somewhere that you could comforably stay in, and have a relaxing evening, too shabby. I had to go out, and stayed out till it was time to sleep.