Welcome to Royal Eagle Hotel, your London “home away from home.” Royal Eagle Hotel aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting London, Royal Eagle Hotel London is located a short distance from Buckingham Palace (1.8 mi) and Primrose Hill (1.9 mi).
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV and a desk, and you can stay connected during your stay as Royal Eagle Hotel offers guests free internet access.
The hotel features a 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and express check-in and check-out. Plus, Royal Eagle Hotel London offers breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day.
While visiting London, you may want to try some crab at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, Oxo Tower Restaurant, Bar and Brasserie, or The Ivy.
If you’re looking for something to do, Harrods (1.2 mi), Hyde Park (0.7 mi), and Science Museum (1.2 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Royal Eagle Hotel London.
Royal Eagle Hotel puts the best of London at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
I booked this hotel a night before visiting London on a last minute trip with friends. Pictures online showed decent looking rooms with a fresh modern lobby. The latter can be voucher for, however the rooms themselves did not replicate the lobby nor were decent at all. They had scarcity of sound proofing with us being able to hear everything from doors opening and closing, to fellow guest walking along the corridors. As a result complimented with the noise of traffic on the first night we had little to no sleep. The second night was not great either, with no abundance of noise made from a couple opposite our room getting upto their business along with very loud music playing, so if you are wanting a nice lie in after a long day in London, stay away! Just a little note to add, if you are asthmatic, suffer from panic attacks in confined spaces etc, stay well clear from this hotel. There is no shortage of cigarette smoke and the rooms themselves feel very constraint along with lack of hygiene, the bathrooms in particular were very small. I am only 5ft 11 and I struggled to move around in the shower, my friend is 5ft 8 and so did he. Now I know the price is very decent for London, especially as you are not far at all from many landmarks. But, surely it could be better then it is and I would instead pay a bit more for a Premier Inn. I cannot fault the staff though, they were great and attentive at all times. On the positive side, the hotel is a stones throw away from Hyde Park, Paddington Station and has loads of local amenities, so great location. …
Do not expect amazing rooms! Good for the price we paid but nothing special. Very small room but clean. The location is perfect if you have to catch a train from Paddigton! A special thanks to Chiara, the receptionist that kindly assisted us.
Myself my Daughter and her friend stayed here for two nights but never again . Between paint peeling off the ceiling, dirty water coming up the shower drain , fleas climbing up the wall etc . When I asked to move rooms we were told we couldn’t as the hotel was full . The receptionist was rude and basically uninterested. Customer service is obviously not something they worry about . Will never again stay there and would advise people to avoid it .
So we booked a weekend away in London, arrived around 6 a clock... only to be told there was problems with our room and we haveto be transferred to a different hotel! no email and no phone call! only to be told it would be a 3 minute walk another lie.. itwas atleast 10 mins walk.. No apology whatsoever.. dont waste your time and book elsewhere.. no communication either between the two hotels disgusting behaviour from this hotel.
Don’t be fooled by the modern looking marble floors and big check in desk in the lobby, as soon as you walk through the doors to the hallways you go on a time travelling journey back to the 1980’s. After going to the floor I got told my room was on (no lift access to this floor) my room was no where to be seen. I eventually found it tucked in a corner at the top of a different set of stairs. After a tough demanding day at work, I eventually checked in at 10pm and having to fight my way to and fro work with a large suitcase to avoid the charge of storing luggage there before check in (unheard of at any hotel I’ve stayed in before). Weaving in and out of the large bags of (what I assume was) spare bed linen with my already uneasy suitcase, I found myself in what can only be described as the coldest, smallest room in London. With the radiator on full tilt I still couldn’t help but think someone had left the rooms air conditioning on full blast, but they couldn’t have, because there wasn’t any! Anyway, time to relax, a top drawer Match Of The Day line up promised entertainment and got me through my shift and was on the agenda to watch once I got back. Could I enjoy it? No! The old small tele was pitched so far up above the bed the screen was in almost total darkness with no option of swivelling the mount to a more comfortable position or altering the settings. Sleep time. As I laid there I couldn’t help but feel the coldest of cold draughts blowing onto my neck, figuring out the source of this, I pulled the blind back and found a crack across the single pane window which had been (attempted to be) fixed with cello tape. Time for lights out, if you have insanely long arms and can reach the light switch from your bed! Now, it’s the luck of the draw who your hotel neighbours are and I must have had a young couple of friends, maybe partners staying in the room next to me. (I may sift through the 5* reviews later because it sounds like you enjoyed your night there). And I don’t have a problem with people making noise unless it keeps me awake. Despite the walls being paper thin and me being able to hear the conversations word for word over the show I was watching on Netflix (plus points for free wifi access, it’s not all bad), every time a door shut, no matter how careful you are, it feels like a strong earthquake is occurring beneath you with shaking walls and a loud bang to boot. On the plus side, I didn’t miss my train home in the morning as I couldn’t wait to get out of there, it’s a good thing that their checkout time is early too (careful you don’t want the enforced penalty for staying there too long!).…