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Radnor Bayswater Hotel

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Utzenstorf, Switzerland
Reviewed October 15, 2010

The Radnor Hotel is located directly to the Bayswater and Queensway Tubestation. The Hyde Park is just a little walk away. Our room was small, you have a bed to sleep, a Flatscreen-TV and a new bathroom with a hotwater shower. The Guy who is owning that hotel is very friendly and helpfull and gave us many advices. For us...

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Trondheim, Norway
Reviewed October 12, 2010

I booked this hotel despite my tight budget...first of all i dont know why it is a 2 star hotel...it qualifies more than that. when i got there it was nice..simple and comfortable...the location is awesome...just how i wan it...probably a minute away from bayswater tube station, or some few minutes away from queensway..my first worry was disturbances, but this...

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London
Reviewed August 26, 2010

Staying in this hotel was the worst three nights of my travelling life, and that includes a stay in a hostel in Rome that had bed bugs. Reception upstairs, which saw me lugging a thirty kilo suitcase up them and down them while a guy of about 20 sat watching me, while occasionally typing on his computer. The room was...

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UK
Reviewed June 2, 2010

Booked the hotel by the agent and then I read a few reviews about the hotel on my way in the train tried cancelling it but could not as it was to late so i thought i have no choice but to stay there But what a pleasant surprise it was it is not what it says on the reviews...

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Stockholm, Sweden
Reviewed May 27, 2010

Me and my family stayed in this hotel for five nights in May and it was not at all what we had expected, and knowing it was a 2 star-hotel we did not expect that much. The location I think was great, it was a nice neighbourhood very close to Hyde Park, many restaurants, close to the tube stations and...

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SW Scotland
Reviewed February 21, 2010

Nice welcome when we arrived. Room not very big but spotless. Breakfast was fine too. Great location in a nice area. Reasonable price for the location.

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mtvchicka
Reviewed September 25, 2009

my boyfriend and I stayed here the night before we were going fly out to the USA from Heathrow and we sincerely regret staying here! We had to drag our suitcases up a flight of stairs to the "reception" area to be greeted by a guy who didn't care less that we had spent money to stay there, and had...

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed September 2, 2009

Unclean, unfriendly, un-everything. Avoid at all costs. Breakfast was a piece of bread and a boiled egg. This is hardly deserving of a 1 star in a 3rd world country, let alone 3 stars in the UK! This hotel gives the UK a terrible name.

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hifa
Reviewed August 29, 2009

The Radnor hotel is very confortable. in the room you get a good single and double beds. the continental breakfast is wealthy and included in the room rates. it is low rate. The hotel is near queensway and bayswater tube stations, and near a lot of restarants and shoping . it is close to Hide park.

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dublin
Reviewed March 30, 2009

My boyfriend booked this as a birthday break away. I read the reviews but gave him the benefit of the doubt. When we arrived you had to go up the stairs to the reception, front door is permanently open (not good security as ANYONE can walk in and break into the rooms, trust me doors easily broken). Like the other...

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Address: 23 Inverness Terrace | Bayswater, London W2 3JR, England
Location: United Kingdom > England > London > Notting Hill
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Shuttle Bus service
Number of rooms: 10
Also Known As:
Radnor Bayswater London
Hotel Radnor Bayswater
Radnor Bayswater Hotel London, England
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“No rooms are worth spending your quality money at this location. Find a better or real hotel to stay and enjoy the culture of London.”
  • Hallway ceiling under steps
  • Shower
  • Broken window in room
  • 3 chest of drawers only place to put clothes
  • Stain on wall
  • Stain #2 on other side to the bedroom
  • No stand near bed
  • Hard bed without night stand
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“avoid at all costs!!!!!!!”
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