Pros

  • Close to Victoria Station, with easy access to airports and London attractions
  • Simple, well-maintained rooms
  • Free breakfast baskets delivered to the rooms
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout
  • Non-smoking property (con for some)
  • Small back garden deck area
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Cons

  • No elevator or parking
  • Rooms are small and minimally furnished
  • Wi-Fi can be spotty on the top floor
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Bottom Line

The 12-room Cherry Court Hotel is a simple and quaint budget property near Victoria Station. While the rooms are simple and sparse, the family-run hotel is well-maintained, clean, and bright. Common space is limited, though there is a small back garden deck. A free continental breakfast of fruit and cookies is delivered to the rooms each morning, and Wi-Fi is free throughout the hotel, though the signal can be weak in top-floor rooms. Travelers looking for hipper budget accommodations could try the Clink78 Hostel, which has private and shared rooms.

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Amenities

  • Cribs
  • Internet

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Cherry Court Hotel

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Clean, simple, and convenient value hotel near Victoria Station

Owned by the same family for three decades, the well-maintained Cherry Court Hotel is cheery, with two-toned, energizing cherry-red and grapefruit-pink interior walls. Housed within a Georgian townhouse, there's little common space, but there is a small decked garden in the back, and a petite table tucked under a window offers a nice, bright place to read or plug-in a laptop (which can be especially useful to guests staying on the top floor, where Wi-Fi reception can be spotty). This two-pearl property is best suited to budget travelers who need a simple and convenient place to sleep but don't want a lot of extra hotel amenities. 

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Location

In the West End, a five-minute walk to Victoria Station

The Cherry Court has a great location, about a five-minute walk to Victoria Station. Multiple Underground lines stop here, as do trains to suburban London and to farther afield destinations, such as Brighton. Major attractions such as Buckingham Palace and the Tate Museum are a 10- to 15-minute walk away or a short tube or cab ride. There are plenty of restaurants and shops within walking distance and the area, while busy, is generally considered safe. 

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Rooms

Sparse, but well-maintained  rooms with bright decor

The rooms at the Cherry Court range from tiny Singles to more spacious (but still smallish) Family Rooms. They contain little furniture beyond the bed(s), but the bright-pink blankets against the two-toned walls successfully make the spaces feel cheerful. Rooms are clean and kept in good condition, with small flat-screen TVs, electric kettles, and air-conditioning. Bathrooms are cramped but well-maintained, with modern tiling. 

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Features

Breakfast basket delivered to rooms and free Wi-Fi throughout 

Although the Cherry Court Hotel is basically a barebones budget spot, it does offer a morning breakfast basket of fruit and cookies that's delivered to the rooms every morning. There's also free Wi-Fi although the signal can be spotty on the top floor. Note that the five-story hotel lacks an elevator, but there are rooms on the ground floor for guests with compromised mobility (although there are few steps at the entrance).

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Oyster Hotel Review

Cherry Court Hotel

Scene

Clean, simple, and convenient value hotel near Victoria Station

Owned by the same family for three decades, the well-maintained Cherry Court Hotel is cheery, with two-toned, energizing cherry-red and grapefruit-pink interior walls. Housed within a Georgian townhouse, there's little common space, but there is a small decked garden in the back, and a petite table tucked under a window offers a nice, bright place to read or plug-in a laptop (which can be especially useful to guests staying on the top floor, where Wi-Fi reception can be spotty). This two-pearl property is best suited to budget travelers who need a simple and convenient place to sleep but don't want a lot of extra hotel amenities. 

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Location

In the West End, a five-minute walk to Victoria Station

The Cherry Court has a great location, about a five-minute walk to Victoria Station. Multiple Underground lines stop here, as do trains to suburban London and to farther afield destinations, such as Brighton. Major attractions such as Buckingham Palace and the Tate Museum are a 10- to 15-minute walk away or a short tube or cab ride. There are plenty of restaurants and shops within walking distance and the area, while busy, is generally considered safe. 

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Rooms

Sparse, but well-maintained  rooms with bright decor

The rooms at the Cherry Court range from tiny Singles to more spacious (but still smallish) Family Rooms. They contain little furniture beyond the bed(s), but the bright-pink blankets against the two-toned walls successfully make the spaces feel cheerful. Rooms are clean and kept in good condition, with small flat-screen TVs, electric kettles, and air-conditioning. Bathrooms are cramped but well-maintained, with modern tiling. 

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Features

Breakfast basket delivered to rooms and free Wi-Fi throughout 

Although the Cherry Court Hotel is basically a barebones budget spot, it does offer a morning breakfast basket of fruit and cookies that's delivered to the rooms every morning. There's also free Wi-Fi although the signal can be spotty on the top floor. Note that the five-story hotel lacks an elevator, but there are rooms on the ground floor for guests with compromised mobility (although there are few steps at the entrance).

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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner

  • Balcony / Terrace / Patio

  • Cable

  • Concierge

  • Cribs

  • Internet

  • Kids Allowed

  • Swim-Up Bar

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