I usually stay in Kensington while in London, but decided to give this new hotel a try. The location is good, a two minute walk from Victoria Station and with lots of good restaurants within easy walking distance, and also plenty of food and shops open late in the station, Work was going on in the neighbouring property, and drilling started at 10:00 which could have been a problem if a siesta is desired, but we were out all day, so it didn't actually matter. Our room was very attractive with a four poster bed, but I would have really liked more storage space, as neither my husband nor myself have learned how to travel light!!! The bathroom was also miniscule, but clean and with good water pressure. There is no restaurant on the property, but the room service breakfast offered was more than adequate, although if asked to split hairs, I would complain about not very hot coffee. Everybody was helpful depite us being there at a very stressful time due to the COVID19 outbreak and we wish them the very best in the difficult time to come.…
we stayed 3 nights ,its in a great location with easy access to everything ,the room was small but very clean,there are no public areas and breakfast is served in your room,the stairs are steep and narrow .
We were looking forward to a trip to London to see Madonna in concert and decided to book the Garden Suite at The Lord Milner for £243 for the night as part of my 50th birthday treat, as it had been recommended to us by a friend who had stayed several times. However, Madonna has decided to cancel the concert, so we immediately contacted the Lord Milner to see if we could cancel the room or change the dates so we could bring our 6 year old nephew to London for the night at a later date. We received the following reply:- "Thank you for your message and sorry for the waiting. After speak with the management and reservation team, we are sorry to inform you that due of the nature of your reservation, being non-refundable and non-amendable, we can not make a credit of this reservation. In this case the free cancellation or change of date its for a reason that is not allowed in our policy." It demonstrates the inflexibility and disregard for their customers, in sticking to company policy. This was our first ever booking through Tripadviser and Booking.com Booking.com also tried to ask the hotel to be reasonable in this matter, but they refused. We are deeply disappointed and through no fault of our own we are now over £500 out of pocket as a result of Madonna cancelling her concert, as our train journey was non refundable also. Not the birthday celebration i was looking for.…
Situated between Chelsea and Victoria Station, the Lord Milner is close to all amenities. A beautiful property with clean rooms in a quiet street. They only serve continental breakfast but it was copious and delicious.
We spend a lot of time in London and usually use tried and trusted chain hotels but at the time we travelled everything was prohibitively expensive. The Lord Milner offers good quality bedding, extremely clean and well furnished bathrooms and attentive staff. We stayed in a room only basis and noted that the food hygiene rating is 1/5 which frankly is atrocious but as a room only offering it is a decent option
I stayed here for one night recently. The hotel is very conveniently situated for Victoria rail and coach stations. It does overlook Eccleston yards which houses a number of restaurants, so there was a little noise at the back of the hotel late into the night, as I was in a room at the back. The bed is very comfortable and the staff were very welcoming. However to describe the hotel as a boutique hotel is over-egging it in my view. The carpet and furnishings and bathroom all appear quite dated and could do with an upgrade - the small bathroom was completely clad in imitation plastic dark-brown quartz panelling. It was good but not very good or excellent.
The location is excellent, close to Victoria coach, rail and tube stations. The personnel we met were welcoming and courteous. Our room was a semi-basement facing the road with step narrow stairs to it. It was spacious and comfortable with a good bathroom and very good sound insulation. (I doubt we would have been happy on a hot summer day even with the a/c!) There was a ‘fridge but you need to take your own alcohol, somewhat surprising in this standard of B&B. Similarly, something like a Nespresso machine would be preferable to cheap instant coffee sachets. Pre-booked breakfast service in your room has the expected drawbacks. Avoid it; too late we found several excellent coffee shops nearby. Overall, it was good value and has potential.
Really quaint and lovely hotel in an excellent location. Staff very helpful and welcoming, and our upgraded room was very acceptable for the price paid. Surprisingly excellent breakfast in the room, full English was piping hot and a different experience for us to eat in the room. Lovely four poster bed ensured we had a good night's sleep. Will definitely consider staying here again.
We spent three nights at this charming five star boutique B&B hotel. Essentially you rent the room for your stay, bit at your paid for option, breakfast will be served in your room. Our welcome was very warm, and the two staff members were consistently help throughout our four day stay. This hotel is part of the Accor group, who own and run many of the world's very finest hotel properties, indeed we normally, when in London, stay in their excellent Sofitel St James's, a magnificent five star. On this occasion however we needed to be in Belgravia, and we're delighted to find this, part of their recently acquired Mantis chain. We stayed in The Garden Suite, a vast bedroom with four poster bed, sitting area, and warming fire, plus conservatory with a fully fitted kitchen, dining table with four chairs, rattan garden style upholstered furniture, and direct access to our own, private courtyard garden. This elegant room with it's traditional mahogany furniture is probably due an update, but we loved it, and certainly hope to return.…
Booked for the weekend. Nearly walked past the entrance as it is basically a Georgian townhouse in a road of terraced townhouses. This is in the heart of Belgravia in a relatively quiet area of London. Room was comfortable, clean and well appointed. Reception is manned 0700-2300. Breakfast if you want it is pre-selected and served in your room. The alternatives are some delightful cafes just a few yards away. Just a short walk from Victoria or Sloan Square.
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