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On arrival we were greates by a seemingly suicidal receptionist whos ability to communicate was questionable. He proceeded to ask us if we really needed a double bed.. Well mate there's two of us so do the maths?
Our room was a basement room. And...More
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1) I don't know if it was just me un-acclimatized to the humidity but the hotel had NOTHING in the way of air conditioning, not even a table-top fan. The first room I was in, you couldn't even open the window. There's...More
For years my wife and I have been using this hotel as our base whenever we are in London. For shopping and theatre, Its very conviniently situated. Only ten minutes walk from the Bayswater tube station. Plenty of restaurants in the area to choose from....More
We were assigned room # 13 in the basement, which even a staff person had trouble finding...right next to the elevator and thru a door marked "Fire Exit Only". Tiny, no a/c, window looks out into a small enclosed space that admits little light. Twin...More
US$77 - US$234 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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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I booked a return ticket for the Heathrow Express at 51.50 EURO. It stops at Paddington. From there you can either walk or take tube to the hotel. I think you can also take the Piccadilly line from the airport and change to... More
I booked a return ticket for the Heathrow Express at 51.50 EURO. It stops at Paddington. From there you can either walk or take tube to the hotel. I think you can also take the Piccadilly line from the airport and change to another line at much cheaper cost but I was travelling late at night with my 6 year old so I didn't bother. Good Luck!