Inside the ‘most disgusting hotel’ with barefoot staff and ‘bugs in the bath’

Guests who survived a stay at what has been dubbed "London's most disgusting hotel" have criticised its staff and visitors for walking around barefoot.

Awful reviews of the "hole in the wall" accommodation also reveal how the beds are reportedly nothing but "cloth-covered metal springs" while guests claim visitors would be "better off on a park bench".

One critique suggested that all the drains are clogged with giant clumps of hair and the whole place is littered with bugs.

Another visitor to the Goodwood Hotel in the up-market Bloomsbury area of the capital claimed the visit was "nothing like the description".

The hotel advertises itself as providing "the ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience".

One guest wrote on Tripadvisor: "Dirty, dusty, grimy and uncomfortable do not begin to describe this hole-in-the-wall.

"Fifty narrow steep steps strewn with housekeeping equipment and towels led past a common WC without a lock on the door to a room that in no way resembled the online description.

"The TV never worked, even after repeated complaints.

"The windows were dirty, the walls cracked, paint-peeled and plaster patched, most surfaces were dusty, and the beds were little more than cloth-covered metal springs.

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"All in all, there was nothing to recommend about this place."

Other guests said the double rooms feature two single beds "just six inches apart" and that the whole place feels "unsafe".

One reviewer called Graham went as far to describe the centrally-located hotel as a "dungeon".

He added: "Don't bother staying here. You'd be better off on a park bench.

"We had to tune the TV in, there's no wardrobe, the double room has two single beds six inches apart, and there was a gap at the door you could almost fit a loaf of bread under.

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"If I could get a refund, I would."

Camille, who checked out on December 13, agreed that the beds were "bad" and that "the place was unsafe".

Another guess said the rooms were so small you could touch both walls.

He added: "Dust everywhere, massive gap below the door that's a fire hazard, mouse droppings underneath the sink, paper thin blankets, smelly little pillows and mini bugs in the bathroom.

"The place is a proper s***hole. Never staying again."

Daily Star have reached out to the hotel for comment.

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