See why so many travelers make Notting Hill Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting London. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and express check-in and check-out while staying at Notting Hill Hotel.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting London, Notting Hill Hotel is located a short distance from Tardis Police Box (1.3 mi) and Abbey Road Studios (1.7 mi).
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Dishoom Covent Garden, Benares Restaurant & Bar, and Gymkhana, which are some Indian restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for something to do, Kyoto Garden (0.8 mi), Notting Hill (0.3 mi), and Royal Albert Hall (1.1 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Notting Hill Hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Notting Hill Hotel as you experience all of the things London has to offer.
How can a hotel ruin your vacations in London? This one did! The rooms were smelly, dirty, really old, the windows and doors were really unsafe, the bed was uncomfortable and the bathroom really bad! The only positive thing is the staff, really kind and helpful.
WORST HOTEL EVER - RUN AWAY Too bad we can't put 0 star You can't find a worst hotel than this one in London. Is there someone managing this hotel? No communication My advice: Try to find another one !!!!!!!
Let me start by saying that I've been in quite a few hotels and hostels, some of them less than stellar, and I've never bothered to leave a bad review. I often travel on a budget and I understand that you usually get what you pay for - I'm not fussy, and as long as there's a bed and the room is somewhat clean, I'm good. However, I've never received such appalling customer service as in this place. Most of the staff were alright, but one receptionist in particular was incredibly rude to me for no reason I could tell, starting from the check-in and then every other time I had the misfortune to interact with her. One of the reasons I chose this hotel was because I needed to work remotely for a day and they claim to have "free wifi". Turns out that yes, it is free - up to 1 giga, after which you have to pay. I (politely) told the receptionist that I did not remember reading this on Booking, and asked if they had an alternative network I could perhaps use. I was told (I quote): "This is a cheap hotel, sweetie. If you want free wifi, go to any McDonald's". Cheap or not, courtesy costs nothing, and I've never been spoken to so rudely in any of the budget hostels I've been to. If this woman dislikes having to deal with guests so much, maybe she should reconsider working in hospitality. She said I was free to go and complain on Booking, which I'm more than happy to do - hopefully this review will spare someone else the pain of having to find a place to work at the very last minute on a Monday morning. This wasn't my first time in London, and it certainly won't be the last, but I'm pretty sure I won't be back to this hotel anytime soon.…
The issues started nearly immediately. Cramped room. Awful view. Tv wasn’t visible from half the room. Tiny bathroom, no removable showerhead. A plastic cup served as our toothbrush holder. Ugly furniture, consisting of two small bedside tables for four people, a rickety table, a single chair, and a gaudy closet with cheap coat-hangers with exposed nails. Heating issues, the radiator stayed on all night (no way to control it) and we had trouble sleeping. Wifi kept failing, had to ask for it to be restarted twice. Wastepaper basket was laughably small. The staff was the perfect combination of unpleasant, smug, and lacking a proper grasp of the language. There was a notable case near the end of our visit where we felt that the receptionist was making up hotel policy as he went, all in a bid to do as little work as possible, and our room was on the top of a very long and steep staircase. Overall, there are a number of things I see room for improvement in this hotel, and I would suggest the average family on holiday to look elsewhere.…
Pittoresque images of a hotel in nice location. I have to say that revenue from this hotel has not much been directed to maintenance of the premises. Stingy owner? Obviously there is a solid flow of bookings without too much stress of keeping the hotel updated and fresh. Very small room with old fashioned toilet/shower. Friendly personnel though.