See why so many travelers make The Mad Hatter Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting London. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a quaint setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Mad Hatter Hotel offer a flat screen TV.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage. Guests of The Mad Hatter Hotel are also welcome to enjoy a lounge, located on site.
Close to some of London's most popular landmarks, such as Tower of London (1.2 mi) and Buckingham Palace (1.6 mi), The Mad Hatter Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
While in London, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Mad Hatter Hotel, including Coppa Club - Tower Bridge (1.1 mi), Flat Iron Covent Garden (0.9 mi), and Aqua Shard (0.8 mi).
London is also known for some great ancient ruins, including London's Roman Amphitheatre, Billingsgate Roman Bath House, and London Wall, which are not too far from The Mad Hatter Hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at The Mad Hatter Hotel as you experience all of the things London has to offer.
My first dinner in London at a very traditional English Bar. The hotel looks beautiful from the outside, and the retro English style atmosphere inside was great too. The restaurant served good English food, beer & wine, real pub food.
Very traditional looking bar, friendly staff who were approachable and helpful that said it was a throw back to the 80 but nit in a retro fun way just felt like it had not changed Would go back but not a modern bar experience
The atmosphere is pleasant, the food delightful, location convenient, and the ale - Fullers London Pride, the best beer in the world. What more do you need. Ideally suited to exploring central London and with pleasant friendly staff, you should not be disappointed. Call in and enjoy for yourself
We stayed at this hotel for 2 night break in London. It was our second visit here as we enjoyed the first one. The hotel is very well located just south of the Thames, approximately 10 minutes walk from Blackfriars tube station and river taxi, and adjacent to the Embankment. There is a bus that goes from Kings Cross station and stops almost outside the hotel. The National theatre complex is approximately a 20 minute walk along the embankment to the west and the same distance to the Tower of London to the east. However, transport links are excellent to both venues as buses, trains and river taxis are all easily accessible. The hotel itself is small compared to the big multinational hotels. It is cosy, comfortable, and very good value for money. The staff are terrific - especially the ladies who organise the breakfasts in the morning; it's like eating at your aunties! The menu is not huge, but the food caters for all prefernces and is hot and tasty. Worth noting that the hotel is noted for it's range of pies, which are fabulous. The roms are clean and have very good catering trays which are restocked daily with everything you could need for a hot drink. The fridge is well stocked and soft drinks are re-stocked daily and are free. There are a few bottles of beer which are free on arrival, but once used you pay for top ups. Thebathrooms are also very well stocked with dispenser pumps of the most delicious body wash, shampoo and handcream - also used in the public toilets, which were immaculate. As the hotel is on a main road there is some noise from the traffic, but apart from a 4am siren from an enthusiastic ambulance driver it did not bother us. It's worth contacting the hotel direct to book accomodation and food as they are cheaper than the booking companies. The reception staff are terrific at sorting out any requests you have.…
I stopped in for a drink after a nearby meeting. Glad I did as it's a nice place to stop in at and will return. It looks welcoming from outside and being near Blackfriers Bridge is quite useful for transport links.