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After 28 hours on a long haul flight, this hotel provided welcome respite for us to find our London legs. Well located, the service and amenities were outstanding. The refreshments provided, free of charge in the mini bar were excellent, the beds supremely comfortable and...More
Andaz hotel is a wonderful place. Perfectly clean, helpful and charming stuff, deliscious breakfast. An open reception (not a border-like desk) is great idea too. This was my first time in London and it can't be better!
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the reason we booked this hotel is that we had to vacate our house because of nightlong emergency repairworks in our street. We know the hotel because its close to our home and we thought lets give it a try. Its a topnotch place and...More
I stayed a few nights at the Andaz over the last months but this time was a big disappointment. Check-in was cumbersome, I was asked for my email-address (which I have already given a few times) and it took quite a while to complete the...More
I am not sure if free mini bar etc.. ate bribing people to give this hotel a good rating. Because does not worth even one star.
To be honest daylight robbery. Charged me for 4 nights, while staying only 3 nights in the hotel. Why,...More
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Response from ctphonehome | Reviewed this property |
To my understanding, there are several parking structures witin 1-4 blocks from the Hotel. I would recommend that you go to the hotel website to validate, and if that fails, contact the hotel directly or the World of Hyatt.