Stayed back in March with a couple of friends for a week (ended up leaving early due to covid-19 and was unable to get a refund for the remaining 3 nights) and the stay was great! Housekeeping staff were extremely on top of it and quite thorough. This is a pretty good location, short walk to Tesco and Starbucks, and close to the Kilburn station. On-site restaurant and plenty of other near by options. Absolutely loved this hotel and location!
Went to Twickenham rugby England/ Wales and stayed here. Very warm welcome and could even have our room at 12 noon. Very spacious room..immaculate and comfortable beds. Nice hospitality tray and large TV. Great nights sleep and fabulous breakfast. We sat for almost 90 minutes at breakfast time just enjoying the friendly atmosphere and wonderful food. The chef would do every kind of egg dish. We would certainty return here for another stay in London.. very convenient for transport with Kilburn a shoe pet walk away.
Stayed in the hotel for a few days away with my husband. Location is good - a short walk from Starbucks for breakfast and Tesco for something else. Underground is also within a short walk - and bus stops to several directions. Reception was warm and welcoming, and from the list of restaurants they suggested, we found at least one that we would visit even next time. Overall - definitely would consider for our next stay.
We had a wonderful stay at this hotel. All staff were incredibly genuine in their willingness to help. The rooms were quiet, clean, and comfort. The location also is nice in that it gets you away from touristy areas yet provides excellent connections to all that London has to offer. We definitely would stay here again. Kudos to the staff for making us feel so welcome.
Wish we had been able to take advantage of this hotel, as it was very comfortable, but we had a rare evening arrival from the States (I really detest red-eyes), and we were shifting to a hotel the next morning closer to our friends in Central London. Interesting (by "interesting" I mean diverse, not unsafe) area, with a couple nearby Tube stations. Food choices in the area ranging from trad Brit to the usual London ethnic restaurants, in addition to the hotel restaurant options. Not far from Abbey Road, Lord's Cricket grounds, London Zoo, Regents Park and London Central Mosque; we opted for "Little Venice" but found little to recommend it except a couple canal-side walking parks. Interestingly, Maida Vale Rd doubles as the A5, and curiosity about its unusual straightness led me to discover that it is near the beginning of Watling Street, the Roman (and Briton prior to that) road going through London from Dover to St. Albans and beyond, so be a part of history and walk some of it!…