The staff at 20 Nevern Square are amazing. The small doubles are cosy but great value and the location can’t be bettered. Veronica and Miguel are helpful and really made our stay. We would stay again.
A small hotel offering good value in London. The rooms are small with tiny bathrooms but for the price it’s a good choice. The staff helped us when we were out of action for a couple of days. They made toast and tea and delivered it and didn’t charge for any of it. Great service. Nevern Square is nice and a short walk to tube at Earls Court. Try for one of their suites upstairs - Pasha Suite.
Booked this hotel as it said it has parking but be careful as they don't warn you that the parking is very limited and expensive plus the area is permit parking only from 8am to 6.30pm Monday to Friday and 8am to 1.30pm on Saturdays. Luckily I had to go pick up my partner and returned after 6.30pm and found some spaces at the bottom of the road which you can pay by telephone by 8am and works out a lot cheaper than paying the hotel. The reception is small with marble flooring and a gold & brown desk giving it an Arabian look. There was a few world clocks and lots of lighting too. A lift was available opposite the reception desk with a lobby area next to the reception. This lobby area has plenty of seating, tables, a fireplace, mirrors, a desk and PC set up, tall vases and other ornaments to make it homely but this area was marked with no entry signs because of COVID restrictions. Next to the lobby area was the breakfast area which looked like a small wedding reception venue as the chairs were decorative with matching decorative tables, marble flooring, a big centred table with a massive bouquet of wedding looking flowers as the centrepiece, wedding looking flower stands, a large ornate mirror, 3 circular crystal chandeliers and a lovely glass roof. Breakfast was cold food as grab & go with restrictions in what you could take and not really worth getting out of bed for. I booked the luxury 4-Poster bed room which seemed special at first because as you open the door there was stairs leading down to the room but the 4-poster bed was a little disappointing as it looked like bare posts around the bed with no drapes so nothing special. As you came down the stairs you reach the door to the bathroom first. The marble bathroom had the usual toiletries along with some extra touches like a sewing kit and shoe shine, a single sink, 2 mirrors and a shower. The bedroom itself has a standing double wardrobe with a full length mirror, a hairdryer and an open cupboard with 2 shelves and the safe in it. There was also a corner unit with 2 wooden doors at the bottom and a 2 draped glassed doors at the top that when opened reveals a shelf with tea & coffee facilities on it, a shelf with a flat-screen TV on and a shelf with bottled water. In the other corner was a small table and a chair. The bed had bedside tables either side with a drawer and a cupboard and lamps on top. The room was nice but I wouldn't say it was luxury.…
We stayed at 20 Nevern Square in London for three nights and it was just perfect-comfy,lovely decor and with a beautiful Victorian bath in the room. We were in the Ottoman Suite. I really thoroughly recommend this hotel if you need to be central and it’s such gorgeous place with a chandelier,big armchair and lots of storage.. We will definitely come back and always recommend it!
The “Deluxe terrace room” is far from deluxe. We stayed in number 16 and it is tiny. Bathroom facilities very poor and in need of refurbishment. Cannot believe they ask for a £100 holding fee for such a basic outdated room. We asked the reception for an alternative room upon arrival and was refused this due to no other rooms available. Very very poor!!