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We thought of having sellected a nice last minute hotel.
We can not describe the horrible experience.
No duvet, just old prison blankets
No curtains with blackouts
No proper amenities , all left dirty in a tray
At 8am the room ATTENDANTS started to work...More
Getting there: tube to either Bayswater (closest) or Queensway. Only a short walk from either.
The hotel was easy to find, in a good location. Upon arrival, we were informed that there was no luggage area and that the hotel would not assume responsibility for...More
First of all: yes, the location is great, so if you’re just looking for a place to sleep for the weekend, this should have been a great hotel, alas...
The hotel is run down, I got a room in the emergency exit area, with stairs...More
Having read some of the reviews of this hotel, we were expecting something rather different to what we have been offered. A lovely room with an almost new bathroom. Lovely beds, bedding and towels. Continental breakfast is fine too: good variety of jams etc. Cereals,...More
For £30 the night with breakfast I wasn't expecting a Palace, but the reason I took the room was to spend the night somewhere warm and there was no chance in this place. I got given the kind of room that you give the young,...More
As West London's friskiest corner, Notting Hill more than manages to retain plenty of the same appeal that's brought the affluent area so much worldwide attention. In this attractive cobblestoned neighbourhood, a delectable variety of eateries, independent shops, galleries and street vendors offer a delightful window into how to live the good life in London, with each presenting visitors with an
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Hello. It depends on what you are looking for. My daughter and I stayed there last December, and it was a satisfactoy stay. The room was small, but we expected it, considering staying in the heart of London. It was... More
Hello. It depends on what you are looking for. My daughter and I stayed there last December, and it was a satisfactoy stay. The room was small, but we expected it, considering staying in the heart of London. It was adequately clean (although I cannot say the same about the balcony), warm, quiet, hot water, daily cleaning, a 5-mitute walk from Bayswater tube station, a 10-minute walk from Kensington Gardens and Palace, safe neighbourhood, reception service 24/7. WiFi only worked at lobby, and breakfast was poor. We didn't really mind, as we strolled around London all day, and only returned at the hotel at night. Hope I helped.
Where you board the underground at Heathrow, you can buy an Oyster Card there. I found the Oyster Card the simplest way to get around on the Underground. When you go through the turnstiles, you just have to hold the card... More
Where you board the underground at Heathrow, you can buy an Oyster Card there. I found the Oyster Card the simplest way to get around on the Underground. When you go through the turnstiles, you just have to hold the card to the swipe pad. It will let you know the balance. When you need to add more money, it's easy to do at all Underground stations with a credit card. Most stations have a full-time attendant, who can help with best routes, how to use the card, how to replentish the card, etc. When you leave Heathrow on the trip home, you can turn your Oyster Card in and they will apply the balance to your credit card.
Get on the Circle (yellow) tube line at St. Pancras and go toward Hammersmith. At Edgeware Road station, get off and walk across to the Circle tube line that goes to Bayswater and Nottinghill. Get off at Bayswater. When... More
Get on the Circle (yellow) tube line at St. Pancras and go toward Hammersmith. At Edgeware Road station, get off and walk across to the Circle tube line that goes to Bayswater and Nottinghill. Get off at Bayswater. When you leave the Bayswater tube station, turn left, and then turn left again onto Moscow Road. Go along Moscow for about 4 blocks, then turn right onto Ilchester Gardens. Go about 2 blocks along Ilchester and turn left onto Leinster Square. The Pembridge Palace Hotel is about half a block in. Unless you have a lot of luggage, we found the tube to be ok, except during rush hours, when they are very crowded. You will see people with luggage on almost every tube train.
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