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59 Leinster Square, London W2 4PS England
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#683 of 1,200 hotels in London
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The New Linden Hotel belongs to the Mayflower Collection, a family-run collection of properties which have been part of London's hotel scene since 1995. The unifying factor across the Collection is design. Each property boasts a strong East-meets-West theme, conveyed through sumptuous fabrics, luxurious colour schemes, and many pieces of stunning antique furniture. At the New Linden Hotel, these striking design features blend seamlessly with state-of-the-art modern conveniences in the rooms. The hotel offers 50 en-suite rooms, including some luxury suites complete with high ceilings, expansive windows, beautiful bathrooms, and gorgeous views, as well as Egyptian cotton sheets, luxury mattress toppers, and large HD LED flat-screen TVs. The hotel itself is a stylish boutique gem in a spectacular Victorian townhouse, and offers a comfortable Eastern-inspired lounge area and an open roof terrace where guests can relax. New Linden is located on a peaceful residential street off trendy Westbourne Grove, in the heart of London's West End. We are a short stroll from Notting Hill and Bayswater Underground stations, providing quick access to all that London has to offer. Around the corner from the hotel is the world-renowned Portobello Market, alive with stalls, cafes, and restaurants. View famous faces at Madame Tussauds or relax at the many cinemas and theatres that are available. This is one of London's most thriving districts, situated on the edge of Hyde Park. There is easy access to Paddington station, Marble Arch, Oxford Street and the well established area of Marylebone.
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Wifi
Free breakfast
Taxi service
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
Express check-in / check-out
Breakfast buffet
Complimentary instant cofffee
Shared lounge / TV area
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Desk
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Safe
Telephone
Coffee / tea maker
Flatscreen TV
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Complimentary toiletries
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Hair dryer
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Non-smoking rooms
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Residential Neighborhood
Languages Spoken
English, Arabic, Italian, Polish and 1 more

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145Restaurantswithin 0.3 miles
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MG302018 wrote a review Jan 8
Sheffield, United Kingdom73 contributions29 helpful votes
I came here for a weekend away, as per he previous reviews the location is great and central however that is it. The rooms were small and the walls were paper thin. I found it difficult to try and close my bathroom door and the WIFI didn’t work. If you’re looking for a budget stay in London here’s the place but I wouldn’t come again.
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Date of stay: December 2021Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Karen O wrote a review Dec 2021
Colchester, United Kingdom14 contributions
Extremely disappointed, a dull dirty room with a mattress that was not fit for purpose, the cleaning in the room was to an extremely poor standard, the room was nothing like what was shown on website,my husband could not get out of bed low ceiling
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Date of stay: December 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: I would not recommend this establishment to anyone, I had emailed the property enquiring about...
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Capner wrote a review Nov 2021
Barnstaple, United Kingdom5 contributions1 helpful vote
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Absolutely awful hotel. Sign outside said luxury hotel, what a joke. will never go back, We were 2 couples and had booked 2 double rooms, we picked that area so it was near to winter wonderland, Paddington station and Olympia for the ideal home show. Both of our rooms were awful, and we would have moved hotels but everything was booked in the area. Both of our double Rooms were so tiny that there was not room for a bedside table in either of them, so nowhere to put a phone or cuppa. beds were against the wall so the person sleeping inside had to climb over their partner to get out of bed, they should have just been single rooms as they were so small. It was absolutely filthy, the lift and corridor were not cleaned in the 2 days we were there.the lift plates were smothered in fingerprints and the hallwatpy carpets covered in crumbs,we thought with COVID that it would be scrupulously clean, but how wrong were we, In both of our en-suite bathrooms the chrome taps were green, showers were gross and bathroom mirrors had not been cleaned. In both bedrooms the headboards were covered in very old dust. Mirrors had not been cleaned, and Wooden floors were filthy as we noticed when we looked at our socks. The only good thing was the sheets felt good quality. when we pulled the curtains the linings were so old they had shredded. Chairs were heavily stained and cushions old and threadbare. we had to climb under the dressing tables to find the only socket, our friends duvet was so lumpy with sparse areas of quilt with no stuffing and they were freezing due to the gaps in the draughty windows. When they made a cuppa the milk in the little carton had congealed. Then the manager had the nerve to say that breakfast was not being served due to COVID, just an excuse to not provide the service, they couldn’t be bothered as it was extra thing to clean, we were given a paper bag with apple, banana, biscuit, water and juice. We insisted on moving rooms after our first night, and were assured by the manager that they would be cleaned properly but the 2nd rooms were not much better, little bit bigger but an extra bad crammed in each to make them be classed as triple rooms. if it had just had a double bed in they would have been roomier, but looks like they were cramming the rooms to get them to sleep as many as possible. Our friends room was so crammed that they could not open the wardrobe or safe. Both rooms Still had a thick layer of dust on both headboards and picture frames.and generally both were very old and tired. Not at all what you expect in London’s Kensington area, they were not even cheap rooms, and we wished we had stayed in a premier inn as the standard would have been far superior. Worst hotel we have ever stayed in and we were so glad to leave.
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Date of stay: November 2021
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Room Tip: Do not stay here simple as that !,
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Samantha S wrote a review Nov 2021
Kent, United Kingdom83 contributions18 helpful votes
We arrived and 1st impressions were good, polite young girl on the reception and even the manager seemed ok. Was given the key to Room 15, a ground floor room just along from reception. The room itself was tired, wooden four poster with scratches on the wood and room not really big enough for it. The bathroom was clean but could of done with some limescale remover on taps , shower and shower screen. The big posh chandelier light looked impressive but on closer inspection was actually full of dust. The draft through the window was like a breeze but big heavy curtains remained closed to stop this.All things we could overlook to start with. So on Friday evening we came back ( 11 pm) and there was a different face behind the reception , but polite. On settling down for the night there happened to be a party in one of the houses behind that went on till 3am ( no fault of the hotel) but all night we was kept awake by people coming into reception clip clop of heels on reception floor and the night person having conversations with people this all being clearly heard due to lack of carpet and voices echoing. We went out for the day early Saturday and when we came back 10.30pm there was yet another person ( blonde lady) behind reception who assured us Saturday night should be quieter!!! It was 11pm when we noticed all the banging and what seemed like the moving around of furniture upstairs, so we called reception and it was the man from the previous nite back on who said he would sort it. An hour later we were still listening to it, in between all the conversations that was going on in the hotel reception., rang again and asked the man to come and listen to it which he done but it actually carried on until about 1.30am in the morning. In between this (1am) a couple came into reception who had booked a room but when they got there they didn’t have a reservation and there was no spare rooms so you can imagine the conversation we was listening to then ( rightly so on the couples behalf) but we just wanted to sleep and we could hear every word and sound like we were stood out in reception with them. This conversation went on for an hour. So now we are 2am. 3am conversation heard with people, from 5.50am conversations were continuous so no sleep. When we went to leave the hotel we was told the manager would be there in an hour (10am) funny that u have to check out by then. We stood speaking to a lady in Room 14, (opposite us) who had heard exactly the same as us but also had the lift next to her room, and also hadn’t slept. A simple thing as carpet in reception and in the rooms above may help these complaints . Or just don’t have rooms on the ground floor. So all in all about 3 hours sleep was had all weekend. And the staff really didn’t seem to care.
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Date of stay: November 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Yorkshiretraveller33 wrote a review Nov 2021
Yorkshire, United Kingdom70 contributions32 helpful votes
The hotel has gone downhill since 2019 when we last visited. Sockets hanging off the wall, overall cleanliness was poor. No shower curtain or screen thus puddle of water constantly on bathroom floor. Room not cleaned, beds not made or new towels on day 2 of stay. Location is good for shopping, Kensington/ Chelsea/Nottinghill and plenty of great restaurants.
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Date of stay: November 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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$60 - $249 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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NUMBER OF ROOMS
51
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Frequently Asked Questions about New Linden Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to New Linden Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Bayswater (0.3 miles), Prince Edward Pub (0.02 miles), and Anvio VR (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at New Linden Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and breakfast buffet.
What food & drink options are available at New Linden Hotel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and free instant coffee during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to New Linden Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Hayden, Chojo, and Unico Gelato & Caffé.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at New Linden Hotel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Italian, Portuguese, Polish, and Arabic.
Are there any historical sites close to New Linden Hotel?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Churchill War Rooms (2.9 miles), Houses of Parliament (3.1 miles), and Westminster Abbey (3.0 miles).