Royal Guest House is an excellent choice for travelers visiting London, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
As your “home away from home,” the bed and breakfast rooms offer a refrigerator, and getting online is easy, with free internet access available.
Guests have access to a concierge while staying at Royal Guest House.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Tardis Police Box (1.3 mi) and Notting Hill (1.4 mi), guests of Royal Guest House can easily experience some of London's most well known attractions.
London has plenty of seafood restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Baileys Fish and Chips, London Shell Co, and Hawksmoor Knightsbridge, which are serving up some great dishes.
London is also known for some great gardens, including Kyoto Garden, Kensington Gardens, and Hill Garden & Pergola, which are not too far from Royal Guest House.
Enjoy your stay in London!
Excellent room, we stayed over for an awards ceremony and were pleasantly surprised at how perfectly clean and modern the room was..outside the hotel too. Very nice staff and comfortable for a bargain stop over in london. Thank you.
This 'Hotel' is a series of converted houses - strung out along the road. Reception is in one of the houses - not necessarily the one you will be staying in. The rooms are OK - affordable and in a good location. There was a lot of noise from other guests - not the hotels problem - but the affordability of the rooms attracts younger, noisier groups. So if you want a good nights sleep, you may have to ask for a quieter room. Simple breakfast - which I must admit I avoided. A bit of mold in the bathroom - easily fixable. On the basis of 'value for money' this place is worth 4 spots. But if you want to pay a bit more an go for a bit more comfort, there are few options close by.
Check-in was a bit messy since the reception was not located at the hotel but a few houses down the road. The room was pretty good, not as small as the hotel rooms usually in London. The TV had no remote control which made watching it from the bed a bit inconvenient. The breakfast was ok, too.
Room was comfortable and well equipped. We had a family room on the ground floor so was very noisy with the road outside.Which was to be expected. Staff could do with some customer service training. On arrival we were sent to different locations to check in. So walking up and down a busy high road with 2 tired kids was not ideal. When we did check in the guy at the desk was more interested in his phone. The ladies at breakfast were a little surley The breafast was adequate for one night stop.
We booked the Royal Guest House through a comparison site, and was promised parking - there’s no parking. We got to the RGH after having to carry our luggage for half an hour, to find a small room that wasn’t very clean. One couldn’t sit on the toilet because the sink was too close to it. There was black mould in the shower and the accessories in the room were thick with dust. There was an orange stain on one of the pillow cases - who knows what that might have been! The bedroom window opened up directly onto the next door rooms open window - if both windows were open, the frames would’ve touched! We were provided with 1 pillow each, so asked for more at reception. They never arrived. The room had a bizarre little corridor that led to nowhere attached to it. At the bottom of this corridor was a colour changing light bulb that had no switch! Our room was like a disco ALL NIGHT! Directly outside our bedroom door was the fire alarm panel. It minutes a shrill ‘beep’ every few minutes. The display panel of the fire alarm said there was a fault on the system and service maintenance was due. At 23:35, we’d had enough. I phoned the hotel reception and was told he’d be along ‘in a few minutes’... we’re still waiting! We finally managed to get in about 2 hours sleep, before being woken up at 4am by what sounded like a herd of elephants getting ready to go out upstairs. The floorboards above us squeaked and banged and we could hear every word being said by others in the hotel around us. Although this was not exactly the hotel’s fault, the general suitability of the building wasn’t there - not really a building suitable to be a hotel at all!! The breakfast was adequate - toast with eggs (fried or scrambled) and beans, plus cereal and yoghurt. The variety was poor and the quality of ingredients wasn’t there. Tesco Value yoghurts didn’t quite hit the mark! We discussed the issues with the room with the man at reception who claimed to be the manager - he was very rude, he didn’t apologise or seem shocked at all, he only told us that if we wanted compensation we’d have to email the company. He showed no responsibility for the problems we’d brought to him whatsoever. All in all, I’d never again consider staying at the Royal Guest House or any of its sister hotels. We’re currently waiting for a full refund to be arranged through the booking agent website. …