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Our arrival at Bayswater, was a day late, we got our dates wrong! But, the hotel, sorted us out, were very helpful and kind about the mistake we made, they talked to the online booking company and sorted the costs for us too. Its clean,...More
Well I booked this hotel from wife's birthday easy 5 min walk to bayswater tube and shops not far at all from all the main places I would recommend this place the only down side I found was even tho paid before I got there...More
Stayed for 8 nights and booked 2 rooms. We arrived at 9 am and managed to get early check in with reasonable fee. This such a relieve after long hour flights. The hotel was fine and have wonderful and helpful staffs. Our room at 2nd...More
The hotel is not what it seems. From the outside as well on the internet it looks very nice. The reception area looks nice until you look at the dirty walls. We booked triple share and what a disappointment. The room was dingy to say...More
Thank Pauline K
Response from HotelsManagers, General Manager at Bayswater InnResponded 1 week ago
Dear Pauline K,
I am sorry to hear that your stay was us was let down by your room allocation. We are working in updating all our rooms. Thank you for your feedback and all your comments will be taken in consideration.
I am however...More
We had a nights stay at the Bayswater Inn all good from the start the reception is light and airy, the staff where on the ball the room was clean and fresh great bathroom facilities.
There is a coffee machine in the room and a...More
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