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Stayed for one night in a twin room with my daughter. We booked here because of its location for Earl's Court.
The room was a little dated but was clean and the shower was hot.
The breakfast was cooked to order and there was cereal,...More
I booked this hotel due to its location to Earls Court where I was working and also because it had car parking (£12 per night)
Upon arrival I pulled in to the hotel car park at the rear of the property and was greeted by...More
This hotel is still in the 1970’s. The management use a paper sheet to mark the bookings - my third party hotel website was incorrectly recorded as a shared bathroom.
My room was tiny with a hard bed, appalling bed covers and old carpet. A...More
If you are used to luxuries then this place isn't for you. The location is excellent, 5 minute walk to a huge Tesco and 5 minute walk to Earls Court station. You could even give your fitbit a work out and walk up the road...More
No tea and coffee in the room, honestly the worst mattress I have ever slept on, no duvet, just sheet and bedspread. Such a shame as staff were friendly and this could easily be a fabulous place to stay with a little investment.
The Beaver is a 5 minute walk from Earl's Court tube station. You would need to catch the District Line eastbound to Westminster and change to the Jubilee Line northbound to Wembley Park. Allow about 1 hour. However... More
The Beaver is a 5 minute walk from Earl's Court tube station. You would need to catch the District Line eastbound to Westminster and change to the Jubilee Line northbound to Wembley Park. Allow about 1 hour. However, concerts tend to finish after 11.00 p.m. and it takes time to leave the stadium. A problem could arise in getting back to Earl's Court before the tube shuts. However, you would get back to Westminster and could use night buses to do the last three miles back to Earl's Court. You may prefer to find an hotel a little nearer to Wembley.