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Reviewed October 31, 2011

Terrible hotel for MArriott standards, awesome Virgin Gym next door...
The hotel and especially the hotel amenities and benefits for status guests are almost not existent, there is no lounge, no in-room minibar and not even couple of complementary water bottles for valued guests.
the upside of this place is the Virgin Active gym next door that you are allowed to use as a hotel guest. that is incredible, since it is a full fletched gym with classes, competitive swimming pool, spa area, sauna, rock climbing and many more features. only downside, the gym is not 24/7 but closes at 10pm the latest during the week

Room Tip: ask upon check-in if the heating in your assigned room is working, respectively check before settling into the room
  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled on business
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1  Thank DKD2010
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Reviewed October 26, 2011

We stayed for five nights and absolutely loved it. Great rooms with really comfy beds. Excellent staff. Could not fault it.

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled with friends
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Thank Stellastew
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Reviewed October 26, 2011

We decided to stay at this Marriott purely because it was cheaper than staying in central London but because of the good transport links in London, staying that far out wasn’t really a problem. You get the 281 bus from literally in front of the hotel to Twickenham station (about 3/4 mins) where it’s about 25 mins by fast train (10 mins later by slow train) into Waterloo.

The car park is about a 5 minute walk from the hotel so beware if your luggage is heavy although you could use the drop off zone in front of the hotel to save carrying the luggage.

Check in was a breeze and the receptionist very friendly as we did the paperwork. We were a bit early in checking in but that was no problem and a room was quickly allocated to us on the 3rd floor overlooking London.

The room was one of the largest we’ve ever stayed in although we could have been done with an extra sofa chair instead of having to use the computer chair/bed to sit on. We were a bit bemused by the doors to the bathroom – the door has been split in two, so it’s like two halves, and it pulls outwards but you soon got used to it. The bathroom was a decent size and a great power shower with a plentiful supply of hot water. The only downside was that it had a connecting door which meant you heard quite a bit of noise at times from the adjoining room.

The breakfast buffet was nice with a good range of hot/cold items although your toast ended up either well done or very anaemic – a common problem with hotels using those moving toasters depending on what the settings are at! The staff on duty were very friendly and keen to help when asked for things.

The food in the lounge bars is quite extensive, more so than the restaurant, and isn't too badly priced for a hotel/London. I do think the drinks are very expensive though - £2.40 for a glass of draft soft drink is way OTT and so was £5.10 for a bottle of cider, so of course we tended not to have too many! There wasn’t an executive lounge at this hotel or a nearby shop so you had to remember and visit somewhere for soft drinks/water before you started the journey back to the hotel – there is a fridge in the room to keep the drinks cool.

I’d most definitely stay at this hotel again when we want to visit London as the savings you make in comparison to booking a central hotel are more than worth the commuting into London proper. With an Oyster card, it only cost £8 a day which included hopping around central London on the bus/tube as well as the train journey in/out itself.

Room Tip: Buy soft drinks/water before you get to hotel as there is no shop nearby and buying from the hotel is expensive. Ask for a room with a street view. Check if the room is adjoining.
  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled as a couple
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Thank ne_quine
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Reviewed October 20, 2011

Lovely modern hotel attached to Twick rugby stadium. Spacious well appointed rooms with large bathrooms and nice decor. Breakfast self serve but plenty of choice and generally fresh.
Staff all friendly and courteous, small probelm with sink in room, this was fixed and a note and chocolates was left by engineer - a nice touch.

Free entry to Virgin spa & gym
A short walk into Twick Towen Centre

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled on business
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Thank Carolveemac
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Reviewed October 8, 2011

Stayed here for three days on holiday break to london.On arrival check in staff were very helpful and friendly and eager to help with local travel info and arrangements.Check in was done quickly and our luggage was brought to us by the concierge shortly afterwards.The room was clean and tidy and of usual marriott standard.I personally was not keen on the view ,we were looking onto the inside walls of the rugby stadium ,which i have to admit were nicely decorated with past rugby greats ,but i just found it a bit closed in ,in prefer a room with a view.Next morning i enquired about changing the room to a front facing room.This was done with no trouble at all by the reception staff.They and the concierge transferred us to a superb room on the 5th floor with views over south london and further.
We used the restaurant each evening.The grill menu had a very good selection and the standard and quality of what we had was excellent.I have to say the restaurant staff at this hotel were excellent ,in particular Tino.Kerry,Heather and TJ ,the service and individual attention we recieved was very much appreciated.They were also very friendly and able to inform us on several local areas to visit.
The location of the hotel was very handy for access to central london.We got the local bus outside the hotel to twickenham rail station and then the train to victoria ,which in total only took us approx 45 mins travel time.
For rugby lovers there is the stadium tours and a large store next to the hotel full of every bit of rugby merchandise you would ever want.
All in all a very pleasant stay and we will definately stay there again if in the vicinity.

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled as a couple
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Thank keane31
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