Upon arrival on the last weekend in January, i have to say seeing this hotel was impressive in size and appearance and location. The lobby does have a replica coach of British royalty and the staff was friendly enough but i can see why one writer called the lobby dreary, personally never thought about it but if you were having a bad stay it is rather dark. The room met all expectations personally. It was a one bedroom suite with kitchenette and sofa with two tv's. The one in the main room was a nice flatscreen, bedroom tv served it's purpose but was old school and in this case not a great picture. But one doesn't stay here for tv. The view of the bridge from our room was tremendous and watching sunrise was a joy in itself. Though a bit chilly on this weekend the windows open with no screen for great picture taking... hopefully no mosquitoes are around here in the summer though. Regardless for me it worked perfectly and taking a high chair from the kitchen spent several hours watching the riverfront wake up, the birds alight and the flags go up on the bridge, what a joy to watch the morning. Breakfast was decent served in a separate building a short walk away called Splash, which personally i could see from my room. Now your experience would depend of course on several factors. One would need to be able to pay for a room at least on the second level and a suite to enjoy i think the pullout beds as a writer said do not sound as comfy.. depends on your expectations though. Also, you need to be able to budget in the higher price for the views of the waterfront and bridge or it's not near as nice either. Saw people with the third floor rooms (which have balconies by the way and a private rooftop sundeck) who had paid for the larger rooms but had no real view facing the parking lot... didn't seem worth it without the view. Also, the hotel charges a 16 dollar "resort" fee whether you use any of the swimming pools and other "resort" facilities or not. I think they should include this in the price so as not to fool people with the pricing... they aren't the only hotel that does this and some also have hidden parking fees. Personal pet peave that this isn't just included in the price and we stop playing this game of the real price of a room. Be that as it may personally enjoyed the stay and Lake Havasu City, so if you can ante up the price and afford a room with a view, enjoy your stay.
- Also Known As:
- London Bridge Hotel Lake Havasu City
- London Bridge Hotel
- Hotel London Bridge
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- London Bridge Resort is an All-Suite Waterfront Resort and is poised along the Colorado River and Lake Havasu. London Bridge Resort is situated on 110 beautiful waterfront acres, adjacent to the London Bridge and the Bridgewater Channel. The resort features 3 swimming pools, Splash Pool and Waterslide, restaurants, bars, fitness center, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Daily hot breakfast is included. The resort is centrally located in the heart of Lake Havasu nearby restaurants, shopping, theaters, nightlife, and entertainment. Located nearby are boat and watercraft rentals, fishing guides, lake and desert tours, championship golf, and Nevada-style gaming. ... more less
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