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Beautiful Hotel. Nice Rooms. Great Bathroom. Fantastic Reception Team and Porter. The Location is Excellent. The Area is very quiet. Easy to travel by Tube and Bus to City Center. A great Hotel that I can only recommend. Thanks for this amazing Stay with you.
We were happy with our stay here. We requested a twin room on an upper floor that overlooked the small garden in the center of the mostly residential streets where the hotel is located, so noise and the view were acceptable. The surrounding area seemed...More
The hotel was in a convenient location, close to restaurants, Bayswater tube station and Hyde Park. Good service from front desk. Rooms were clean, great shower and premium toiletries in bathroom. Our only issue was, the basement room we were given. We were next to...More
It was in August 2017, I arrived at around 12h00. The woman at the desk was friendly and said to me that the room would be ready from 2 PM on. I expressed some apprehension at my right choice and I wondered if the room...More
We stayed at this hotel 3 times over our stay in the UK and found a lovely hotel in a traditional setting in Kensington. On our third stay we (3 adults) in the quadruple room which was perfect as it had space with the 4th...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
US$96 - US$224 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#259 Family Hotel in London
#321 Romantic Hotel in London
#323 Business Hotel in London
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Not sure this will help and unfortunately I don't have a pic but I stayed on the same level as the lobby. I believe there was a basement level below us. The "small corridor" outside our window was literally the roof of the... More
Not sure this will help and unfortunately I don't have a pic but I stayed on the same level as the lobby. I believe there was a basement level below us. The "small corridor" outside our window was literally the roof of the basement and beyond that were some trees and another building. It was not unpleasant at all. I opened the window a couple of evenings for the breeze. I did not find it to be hospital-like either.