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Charming , newly renovated Hotel in Central London situated in a quiet and charming street The London House Hotel overlooks a leafy Victorian park in the exclusive Bayswater area and offers the excellent combination of both comfort and affordability in a prime location in central...
We stayed at the London House Hotel from July 2nd to July 6th. We chose the hotel for a variety of reasons including location, price point, and also facility aspects including having a family room for 4 and air conditioning in the room. This was...More
I stayed 3 nights this time. As I booked the first two nights early, I had a 4th floor standard single room with garden view, the third night I decided a few months later and I asked for the groundfloor room I had last year....More
3 Thank NadineV1965
Response from LHHManager, LHH Team at London House HotelResponded June 2, 2018
Dear „j NadineV1965 “,
First and foremost thank you very much for taking the time to feedback in details your second stay with us.
It is simply wonderful! I can assure you that we are frankly touched about your review as it synthesize our unique...More
Excellent location close to bayswaterstation. You can take the train from Heathrow quite easily, but be prepared to lug your suitcases.
Lots of shops and restaurants nearby. Chinese restaurants here are authentic and serve decent Chinese food. Better than Chinatown.
Hotel lobby was simple.Room was...More
My husband and I enjoyed our recent stay at the London House Hotel. We would be thrilled to stay here again the next time we are in London. The hotel is situated in a lovely neighborhood across from a pretty garden. The building itself has...More
Booked last minute. On arrival told room not ready but had been upgraded to a suite. When we came back we used the Key to open the door but a couple in bed shouted out that it was their room. Male on reception was non...More
As West London's friskiest corner, Notting Hill more than manages to retain plenty of the same appeal that's brought the affluent area so much worldwide attention. In this attractive cobblestoned neighborhood, a delectable variety of eateries, independent shops, galleries and street vendors offer a delightful window into how to live the good life in London, with each presenting visitors with an
experience that's a little more idiosyncratic and endearing than the last. Travelers looking to forage for antiques should be sure to visit the Portobello Road Market on Saturdays, the largest antiques market in the United Kingdom.
Response from juliebergh | Reviewed this property |
Hi, that depends on where you start your journey. If you plan to take the tube to Heathrow you need to get to the Piccadilly line. The trip can take one hour plus again depending on where you start. Something else to think... More
Hi, that depends on where you start your journey. If you plan to take the tube to Heathrow you need to get to the Piccadilly line. The trip can take one hour plus again depending on where you start. Something else to think about is the Heathrow Express. For about £11 it is 15 minutes Paddington Station to Heathrow. Good luck with your trip! Enjoy London (one of my favorite cities)!