Ratings based on 57 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.1 Room cleanliness
3.7 Service & staff
3.3 Room comfort
3.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveller from Melbourne Australia.
Overpriced for what you got.Posted 22-Sep-2014
Location: Close to Kings Cross Station and Camden Markets are worth seeing.
I was really disappointed that the room was so small with child sized single beds. I would have been better off staying somewhere for slightly more money but much more comfort. We stayed in one of the basement rooms and was woken to shower/tap noise from the upper rooms. Very much overpriced.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller from London
Just what we needed.Posted 10-Aug-2014
Pros: Clean, comfortable and the free Wi-Fi was great.
Cons: Nothing. For the price we paid for a London hotel, I thought everything was just right.
Location: Very close to Kings Cross and St Pancras station. Wasn't there long enough to see what there was to do nearby. Lots of info in the reception.
Needed a hotel close to St Pancras which looked comfortable and was a reasonable price. The Jenkins had all these things and the price included a full English/continental breakfast.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller from Scotland
Clean and quiet hotel in a nice area!Posted 29-Jul-2014
Pros: Very impressed with the cleanliness. The rooms were spacious (far bigger than we had expected based on other reviews!), and staff were polite.
Location: Quiet area in walking distance to camden pubs and nightclubs. Also very close to at least 2 underground stations (Russel Sq, Kings Cross)
We went for a weekend away in London, the hotel was a converted town house - very easy to find and get to from Kings Cross Station. Check in was in the Judd opposite which we were told about at the time of booking, and this was quick, easy and absolutely fine.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller from Las Vegas, NV
Nice hotel, friendly staffPosted 29-Jun-2014
Pros: The staff, proximity to train station and restaurants, good breakfast.
Cons: I hope the breakfast can start at 6:00 or 6:30 am, this would help people catching the EuroStar or those starting their day tours.
Location: Many restaurants, pubs, cafes, grocery stores, and a laundry facility. It is close to British Museum, KingsCross/St. Pancras train station.
Jenkins Hotel is about 8 mins walk from KingsCross/StPancras station. It is also close to the British Museum, and also a block away from many restaurants, pubs, grocery stores, and a laundry facility. It's a very convenient hotel if you're using EuroStar. The hotel staff was very friendly and helped us book tours, like the Stonehenge. The breakfast was very good, with sausages, bacon, eggs, and bread. The room is decent and clean, and they provide good wifi connection.
by Bjorn from London, UK
Broom cupboardPosted 25-Jun-2014
Pros: Quick check-in, cleanliness.
Cons: £300 pounds for a cupboard. Yes, I booked on the day, but even given that, it's insane.
Booked on the day, due to changing plans, so paid extortionate rates for what was effectively a cupboard. Didn't try the included breakfast as I had to take an early train the next day. The room itself was clean and tidy, though the shower curtain hadn't been cut to fit the sloping wall and so bunched up a bit - kinda sloppy. Everything you would expect from a hotel room was there, though squeezed down to fit within a 3x1.5m space (all included).
for Personal Eventby Chloe from Leeds
Quiet and centralPosted 25-Jun-2014 on Hotels.com
Less than 5 minutes walk from Euston and Kings Cross/St Pancras stations, this hotel is set in a quiet, peaceful crescent. The room was clean and pleasant, if small, with a comfortable bed. I will look to stay here again.
for Business Travellersby Dave from London
online paymentPosted 19-Jun-2014 on Hotels.com
Trying to pay for it was a saga; in addition to the earlier submission of the card details to pay for the room I was asked to submit a further confirmation form, copies of the card details and some ID, Something I've never come across anywhere else, and means online booking is no longer quick, easy and convenient. I won't be booking a room here again.
for Business Travellersby afairy from China
Clean and confortable roomPosted 18-Jun-2014 on Hotels.com
The location is close to the train station, the room is clean and tiny. It is a regret there is no elevator.
Recommendedby Derek from Sale
Lovely big roomPosted 12-Jun-2014 on Hotels.com
The room was large with good facilities. Good Breakfast
for Familiesby Marge from New York State
easy transportaion, nice placePosted 8-Jun-2014 on Hotels.com
The hotel is very convenient to two big stations. There are several restaurants and pubs within walking distance. The British Library is practically around the corner. The room was very clean. The twin beds are narrower than twins that I am used to so I was glad to get a triple instead of a double for the two of us. A big set back is that I could hear all the doors slam (they are bolt locks that cannot be pulled closed quietly) and I could hear every flush and shower running in the building. On the up side, I could not hear conversations unless the people were right outside my door.