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I use all kinds of hotels in London and was looking for one night, no frills, good location, inexpensive. This ticked all the boxes and easily accessible on Central Line (Queensway) and 3 minutes walk from Bayswater (District & Circle Line). Breakfast proved an excellent...More
Superb value for money. I have stayed here many times and its a great location with friendly staff. Breakfast is just what you need with lots of options. I would definetly recommend this hotel as a business user and a tourist ......See you next time
The room was not too spacious but enough. The bathroom was clean and fresh, spotless. Nice reception area and elevator. Generous coffee / tea & biscuits service. The hotel is located on a quiet street a short walk from Bayswater underground. Several pubs, restaurants and...More
I just left this morning and I was content with my stay at the hotel. It is a prime location with buses taking you into Covent Garden, Knightsbridge, or Sloan Square. The Bayswater train is nearby as is Paddington station. I travel quite a bit...More
The hotel is located in one of the best area in London,Baywater station is only 5 min walk from the hotel. the staff was super nice (the two Chinese ladies in the reception) the room i was given was very small but very clean. overall...More
US$93 - US$231 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official Star Rating provided by the AA.
#385 Luxury Hotel in London
Number of rooms
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I m not sure if the airport shuttle still run, maybe you can check with the hotel but there is a fee for that . But I think it's cheaper than taxi and if u don't want to carry the luggages all the way down to the tube , as... More
I m not sure if the airport shuttle still run, maybe you can check with the hotel but there is a fee for that . But I think it's cheaper than taxi and if u don't want to carry the luggages all the way down to the tube , as most of the tube stations do not have elevators. Therefore, I perfered the shuttle.