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We stayed for 2 nights last week. Our room 103 was very clean, bed was very comfortable with clean linen and towels. Breakfast was good with hot selection as well as continental available. The hotel has some renovations going on but it didnt interfere with...More
Stayed in August for a hen party. Typical small city hotel - literally for sleeping. Short walk to Bayswater tube station. Relatively clean. Breakfast included in the price, not great selection but what there was, was good.More
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Another average, overpriced London hotel. Our room was on the lower ground floor with a tiny window giving us hardly any natural light. The bedroom and in particular the bathroom is in dire need of an upgrade as it's very tired and dated. If you're...More
good location, quiet area but 10-15 mins walk to underground or bus services. welcoming reception staff. we had booked a twin room, which was quirkly laid out but very comfortable and clean, usual facilities provided. Now to breakfast.......seems to cater more for the foreign visitor,...More
It was clean bed was fine ,we had a window unlike some other people,Helpful staff and friendly but Foyer was bit unwelcoming felt like a hostel,And the meatheads smokers stand right on the doorway outside but the smoke and stick just came inside and you...More
$50 - $192 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I booked a return ticket for the Heathrow Express at 51.50 EURO. It stops at Paddington. From there you can either walk or take tube to the hotel. I think you can also take the Piccadilly line from the airport and change to... More
I booked a return ticket for the Heathrow Express at 51.50 EURO. It stops at Paddington. From there you can either walk or take tube to the hotel. I think you can also take the Piccadilly line from the airport and change to another line at much cheaper cost but I was travelling late at night with my 6 year old so I didn't bother. Good Luck!
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"You can pay extra for rooms with a view - views are out the front of the building of buildings and a green."