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“Deluxe Double Room? 6 inches of space between the bed and the walls on both sides?” 3 of 5 stars
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Twenty Nevern Square
4.0 of 5 Hotel   |   20 Nevern Square, London SW5 9PD, England (Earls Court)   |  
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Ranked #509 of 1,059 Hotels in London
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5 reviews
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 6 helpful votes
“Deluxe Double Room? 6 inches of space between the bed and the walls on both sides?”
3 of 5 stars Reviewed February 9, 2013

Stayed here for a business trip on Thursday 7th feb 2013. The location suited me as I had work activity a few streets away. The front of house staff were very welcoming and the service was pretty good. Free earl grey or breakfast tea brought to your room on request. The only down side was the size of the room. I booked was a deluxe double room after looking at pictures on the website showing spacious double rooms, however, the room I was in (room 17 on the 3rd floor) was only just big enough to get a double bed into. It was the size of a box room in most three bed houses. I had to rearrange furniture in order to do some ironing and although I can't grumble on the price (£80 B&B via late rooms) the title 'deluxe double room' is a tad misleading. My other gripe was the noise from the room above. Beyond the hotels control, an amorous couple began vigorous horizontal gymnastics at 10.30pm and I thought they were going to come through the ceiling. Fortunately though, stamina seemed to be lacking and it was over pretty quickly. All in all a nice property but the room I was in was very small. I was in a rush the next morning so never got to sample breakfast.

  • Stayed February 2013
    • 4 of 5 stars
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New Delhi, India
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 29 helpful votes
3 of 5 stars Reviewed February 6, 2013

The hotel is located in a quiet location in Earl's court - it is about a five minute walk from the tube station and yet far from the madding crowd that surrounds it.

The hotel rooms are small and the wifi connectivity is poor, even though it is free. I was not overly impressed with the customer service given that my room was changed without informing me.

There is a continental breakfast included in the room.

  • Stayed November 2012, traveled on business
    • 3 of 5 stars
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Bridgnorth, United Kingdom
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 95 helpful votes
5 of 5 stars Reviewed February 1, 2013 via mobile

We booked this hotel while we were abroad. Booking was nice and simple and it was explained to us that the rooms were small. On arrival we were given an upgrade to the Ottoman Suite which was amazing. The breakfast was really good too. The staff were really helpful too and even fed the meter all day so we didn't have to move the car. Looking at previous reviews people cannot complain when paying the excellent rates this hotel charge. We will definitely return.

  • Stayed January 2013
    • 5 of 5 stars
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Siddeek S, Front Office Manager at Twenty Nevern Square, responded to this review, May 31, 2013
Dear annazartarian,

Thank you very much for your wonderful comments. Yes, our Ottoman Suite is the best suite in the hotel and when given the opportunity, we would like all our guest to experience a night there. We will pass your good feedback on to the staff. 20 Nevern Team constantly strive to improve their services and are glad that the guest is happy.

Warm regards,
The Manegement
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 9 helpful votes
4 of 5 stars Reviewed January 29, 2013 via mobile

Had a lovely one night stay and went for the luxury four poster option - following the previous reviews I would definitely recommend staying in the more expensive rooms as you seem to get what you pay for. Location great, can't complain. Staff friendly if a little slow. Breakfast really average - give it a miss and go down the road for a proper full English.

  • Stayed January 2013
    • 4 of 5 stars
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    • 4 of 5 stars
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Manchester, United Kingdom
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 7 helpful votes
5 of 5 stars Reviewed January 27, 2013

A lovely little townhouse hotel, tucked away in a quiet square just round the corner from Earls Court tube station. Excellent service and stylish decor, comfortable, quiet and very good value if you get a late deal. Paid £58 fur a luxury single room, the night before, was actually double bed but smallish room, still space for suitcase though which you don't always find! I was in room 19 on 4th floor. Rooms are decorated with beautiful fabrics and hand carved beds. Had tv and iPod docking station but I wasn't there long enough to use either. Nice marble bathroom, small but fine for one person. I was travelling alone on business and this was the perfect room for this purpose. Nice continental breakfast, included in price, variety of fruit, yoghurt, cereal, bread, cheese, meat, croissants, pain au chocolat etc. with tea/coffee and juice to drink, served in the light & airy breakfast room/café. Staff were friendly, efficient and helpful, and while there's no tea and coffee facilities in the room they will bring you tea/coffee any time of day/night. As a lone female I felt safe in this hotel and area. Only complaint was that room was too warm so had to sleep with wondiw open, but it was quiet so not a problem. Great little place, will definitely use again.

  • Stayed January 2013, traveled on business
    • 5 of 5 stars
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Indianapolis, Indiana
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 1 helpful vote
1 of 5 stars Reviewed January 14, 2013

The room is described on the hotel website as a luxury twin room, however nothing about the room fits the term “luxury” for a traveler from any developed country. Although they claim that the room is 12 square meters in area, the usable space is much less, as most of the room consists of a narrow passageway and a “solarium”. The passageway has stairs on one end, and an inward opening door on the other; it is unusable even for suitcase storage, without obstructing safety and egress. The solarium has a wardobe and tea table in it that take up all the floor space. Thus, the only passable portion of the room is the ~2X8 foot gap between the beds. There is no place to unpack your suitcase – the wardrobe has one small shelf and a safe but no drawers – so your luggage will be open on your bed, which is also the only place in the room to sit.

The shower is on one side of the passageway and separated from the room by only a curtain, no door. There is no counter at all next to the miniscule basin, so set your toiletries on the floor. The toilet is on the opposite side of the passageway, and is about the size of an airplane lavatory. The phone worked intermittently during my stay, and once I had to go to the office to ask a question. In order to turn on the floor lamps at the end of each bed, you have to move the bed and use the cord switch on the floor under the bed. The large windows in the solarium look out over a dreary alleyway, and the drapes are translucent – as soon as the sun is up, you are awake.

The room is in a separate building from the dining area, so be prepared to go outside and walk down the street for breakfast. Take your umbrella. On returning to your room, you will go through 3 locked doors and climb a steep flight of stairs – there is no lift or elevator. Pack light.

The staff was pleasant and tried to be helpful, although few are native English speakers. Their knowledge of London seemed to be somewhat limited. The management is extremely intransigent, and unwilling to work with unsatisfied guests. The food was adequate – microwaved frozen croissants, cold cereal, fruit, cheese. The tube station is very convenient, and there are nearby restaurants that were fine. This room would be OK for a pair of college students backpacking across Europe, whose alternative might be a park bench, but it is inadequate for adult tourists, even on a limited budget – the room price was not cheap. We purposely chose this hotel over a chain, seeking a small, European hotel experience with some character and charm – we came away feeling ripped off.

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  • Stayed December 2012, traveled with family
    • 1 of 5 stars
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London, England, United Kingdom
2 reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 3 helpful votes
3 of 5 stars Reviewed January 11, 2013

At first glance this hotel seems really impressive; however after staying the night my opinion changed.My mother and I stayed the night here after a day out in London, we shared a twin room which was located in the basement. All seemed good at first until I decide to have a shower.Due to the light in the bathroom being on a sensor, while taking a shower you will find that the light will turn its self off a number of times, this mean that every time the light went off you had to open the shower door to make it work. This completely ruined what would have been quite a nice shower. Following this we discovered that the patio door to our room didn't actually shut or lock properly, however staff were helpful enough in fixing this problem in the end. If staying in this hotel i would strongly suggest avoiding the basement rooms altogether as they are next to the kitchen and house keeping rooms. From six am onward we could here people constantly coming in and out and if that wasnt bad enough they didnt seem to have any regard for their paying customer and talked rather loudly and freely.
I would like to say in contrast to this it wasnt all bad. The continental breakfast was lovely and so was the decor. Maybe we would have had better luck in a different room.

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  • Stayed January 2013, traveled with friends
    • 4 of 5 stars
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Address: 20 Nevern Square, London SW5 9PD, England
Location: United Kingdom > England > London > Earls Court
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Suites
Hotel Style:
#315 Luxury Hotel in London
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Hotel Class:4 star — Twenty Nevern Square 4*
Number of rooms: 20
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Twenty Nevern Square is the second hotel in the Mayflower Collection, a family-run trio of hotels nestled in some of London's most desirable areas. Each hotel in the Collection has been uniquely designed in an East-meets-West style, complete with sumptuous furnishings, opulent colour schemes, and original carved antique furniture. Twenty Nevern Square overlooks the beautiful Nevern Square Garden and features 20 stunningly individual rooms, each equipped with all the modern essentials. The hotel has a fully-licensed bar and a secluded courtyard garden with tables and chairs. Alongside our gorgeous rooms, we have a number of special suites with high ceilings, expansive windows, beautiful views, marbled bathrooms, Egyptian cotton sheets, and state-of-the-art technology, including a large flat-screen HD LED TV. The hotel is just 2-minutes' walk from Earls Court Exhibition Centre, 2-minutes' walk from Earls Court tube station, and a mere 25-minute journey from Heathrow Airport! As we are situated in the fashionable Kensington & Chelsea borough, we are within walking distance of the King's Road in Chelsea, High Street Kensington, and Hyde Park and close to the Science Museum, the Victoria & Albert, and the Natural History Museum. Knightsbridge, with the illustrious Harrods department store, and Harvey Nichols London store, is also only a short distance from the hotel. ... more   less 
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