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We stayed here for one night in August 2017. Overall we had a pleasant experience with the New Linden hotel.
When we first arrived the receptionist was extremely friendly and helpful - he informed us on check out times, breakfast times and told us all...More
Great boutique hotel in London. Very good location, close to fantastic restaurants. Easy to get around. Very close to Paddington station, so from Heathrow take the Express train and then a short cab ride to the hotel. The room we first were in (1st floor)...More
Stayed here last week for two nights in a single room. The room was on the lower ground floor (the basement) so there was no view through the window. I loved the bathroom and the free toiletries were very welcome. A decent continental breakfast was...More
An Extremely Small room, bed up against wall ,nicely renovated older hotel , friendly staff at desk. Good breakfast, gave us a "handy " device , could ring international and have a gps to use in London.
I'm trying to stay positive about this hotel as the staff are terrific but this is not a 4 star hotel. The location is good as it suited us to catch the hop on hop off bus just down the road. There is a great...More
US$95 - US$257 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#352 Luxury Hotel in London
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This hotel is probably a 10 to 15 minute walk from Underground station.There is no bus that stops in front of hotel. If memory serves me correctly, you have to walk up a couple blocks and take a right at corner where street... More
This hotel is probably a 10 to 15 minute walk from Underground station.There is no bus that stops in front of hotel. If memory serves me correctly, you have to walk up a couple blocks and take a right at corner where street dead ends to get to bust stop. Not to far from that is the train station. So if walking from hotel you will see bust stop about 5 minutes before you see entrance to underground. At the hotel they have a card they give everyone that has the directions. if they are out they will tell you so no worries.