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Master Brewer Hotel, Hillingdon

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user reviews of the Master Brewer Hotel, Hillingdon

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now just a pile of rubble as they knocked it down a few weeks ago
Ginja - 13 Jan 2008 20:02
This pub/hotel has now closed down, the site having been bought by Tesco who are letting it go to rack and ruin.
anonymous - 2 Nov 2007 23:43
oh no, dont drink here. it looks as bad inside as it does on the outside. have fun trying to find the loos, terrible
mrs_newcastle - 29 Apr 2007 14:18
This place closes down on the 12th January 2007. Tesco do not have (YET!) the approval, but the Hotel is gone in any event. I was never a fan of it, or it's longstanding miserable staff, BUT the beer was excellent and the Red Lion & prince of Wales in Hillingdon would do good to note that. Shame really. Fullers flagship place in the late 60's.
JBickers - 8 Dec 2006 23:38
I booked here for 2 nights and have only managed 1 night. The rooms smell disgusting, the bathroom mouldy, the carpet covered in stains. Broken Fire escape doors! I would not recommend anybody to stay here, there are far cheaper and cleaner hotels around.
bfs84 - 7 Sep 2006 08:51
just plain awful... when we arrived the lobby area had
smashed windows and there was a curry soup kitchen outside for the local illegal immigrant population. The room was smelly and in very poor condition with ripped carpets and bed linen. there are cheaper and better alternatives in the area so unlike me do some research before booking here.
newma - 22 May 2006 14:35
The finest beer (London Pride & ESB) this side of the Chiswick brewery. Sad old place BUT beer to die for.
Hallowed - 7 Apr 2006 20:05
Understand that the whole pub/hotel complex is reportedly under threat from a well-known supermarket chain, wanting to move in, erase the Master Brewer [how we laughed at the name and the pub in the 70s when it was built, repalcing a real Gin Palace/Road House sort of outfit, which might even have maidens manning the beds upstairs] and erect a Consumer Paradise.
Mind, I'd not be actually devstated if the Master Brewer went!
It has convenience, and keen staff.
railtracksurvivor - 1 Dec 2005 22:40
On arrival at this hotel it seemed to be okay but when we were given the keys to our room we were very shocked at the state of the whole place. It smelt very badly, the furniture was very old and battered, the carpet was stained and the bathroom was like something from a horror movie. As we had booked to leave our car in their car park for a week and paid a high price for this - when asking regarding security we were told to park it outside building c (where there were lights) !!!!! - We were amazed to find it still parked there when we returned. Would not recommend a stay here.
JANEBE - 31 Jul 2005 14:38
First time I stayed, the local "smart" boys were tryinmg to rob rooms [on the ground floor] by reaching through windows onto conveniently placed tables and trying for wallets, mobiles, carkeys, etc.
Staff [and Police] were active, and frightened the tealeafs off. However, site is wide open, and control of pedestrian entry is practically non-existent. If you stay, get a room upstairs if you can.

The bar is OK - doesn't seem to have many [any?] regulars.
Staff - like so many other places - appear to either be learning the trade or learning English, and they're keen to impress.
Nothing wrong there!

railtracksurvivor - 11 Jul 2005 15:40
This is really rather depressing, it's just like Crossroads! The staff are very proffessional and friendly, but it's not enough to make up for the lack of atmosphere. Beware, this place will sap your will to live!
jcf - 21 Feb 2005 13:07

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