Travellers have shared images of the ‘inedible’ food being served at a £1,750 quarantine hotel in central London and told how they are being held in ‘prison-like’ conditions and deprived of exercise.
President Hotel, in Guilford Road, London, is described on its own website as the ‘perfect base’ that allows guests to enjoy ‘all that London has to offer’.
But for some travellers who are spending their 10-day quarantine period there after arriving from ‘red list’ countries, it has been a ‘nightmare’ as they complain of the ‘prison-like’ conditions that are being enforced.
Several say they have had enough after forking out £1,750 for the privilege of living in isolation.
And they have also shared images of the measly portions on offer that arrive in polystyrene boxes three times per day.
Garikayi Madzudzo made an official complaint regarding the quality of food to Imperial London Hotels, the company behind the three star President Hotel.
He says he has been forced to order food and drink from other outlets as what was offered to him did not meet ‘acceptable food standards’.
His complaint reads: ‘As you can see from the pictures of the meals provided, the portions and the quality of food is way, way below standard.