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positives: staff are helpful and lovely! able to leave your luggage before check in and after. tea and coffee available all day. close to earl’s court tube and bus routes.
basic breakfast, but good!
negatives:single rooms with shared facilities are a little dated. only one...More
Excellent value for the money. A reasonablely clean room. Small but usable shower room. Nice lounge. Good breakfast. Quiet area. Free tea and coffee all day was a nice touch. Girl on reception could have been a bit more warm and frieldly. A fan in...More
I was really pleased with my night in the Beaver Hotel. The room was clean and very quiet, I got a good night's sleep. There was no smell of smoke anywhere. The shower access was a bit narrow but the shower itself worked well with...More
Great location. Short easy walk to shops and restaurants. Very quiet street so sleep quality is excellent. Friendly staff. Free WiFi. Breakfast is included but not the kind you would write home about. There are many nice boutique hotels in London. I am highly likely...More
DON’T stay here. Not sure who would leave more than a zero or one mark for this place.
Our room was dirty, stains on comforter and dirty blanket on bed. Carpeting had all sorts of foreign hair on it.
The bed was uncomfortable and one...More
The Beaver is a 5 minute walk from Earl's Court tube station. You would need to catch the District Line eastbound to Westminster and change to the Jubilee Line northbound to Wembley Park. Allow about 1 hour. However... More
The Beaver is a 5 minute walk from Earl's Court tube station. You would need to catch the District Line eastbound to Westminster and change to the Jubilee Line northbound to Wembley Park. Allow about 1 hour. However, concerts tend to finish after 11.00 p.m. and it takes time to leave the stadium. A problem could arise in getting back to Earl's Court before the tube shuts. However, you would get back to Westminster and could use night buses to do the last three miles back to Earl's Court. You may prefer to find an hotel a little nearer to Wembley.