Stayed at this hotel 16 through 20 September 2005. Location is superb, 50 m from the London Eye, a couple of minutes walk from Westminster Bridge for all the buses, and 5 minutes from both Waterloo Stations.
We were 2 adults and 2 children aged 11 and 8. Room was a fair size; oldest slept on the couch made up as a bed which was OK, the other on a mattress on the floor which was not that good. Our bed was comfortable.
Bathroom was clean and in good order. As we were going to our room on the third floor just after checking in we heard a baby crying but that was the last we heard it. The room was quiet, faced the park next to the Eye. We all slept ok, even though the Thames festival meant bands were playing on the Saturday and Sunday in the park next door.
We ate at the Noodle Box which other reviewers recommended, and we agreed; we also found a nice Italian restaurant underneath Waterloo station where we ate 2 nights. The Internet cafe across the road isn't too bad - 1 pound for 30 minutes. And the Tesco Express at Westminster Station sells croissants etc for breakfast, which was great value. We thought that was better than paying 6.95 pounds per person over the age of 10 for an all you can eat breakfast.
We did eat one night in the restaurant in the Hotel and that was quite acceptable.
Service at the hotel was good and the phone card they offered was good value. We knew there was no cooling but didn't expect to use it at this time of year - and didn't need it.
We made good use of the tea and coffee making facilities.
We used the 3 pound all day bus tickets to get around London, it was cheaper than buying the travel cards, but I guess it depends on how far you want to travel.
Don't expect a fridge. If they had one in the room, it would make the place hard to beat, due to the location and the excellent price. I would definitely stay there again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Just minutes away from the London Eye, in sight of some of London's most famous landmarks and in the same building as the Shrek Adventure, Premier Inn London County Hall puts you at the heart of the city. - From this central spot, located in the historic County Hall building, you'll be able to see all sides of the capital. And most importantly, no matter what you discover during the day, our spacious rooms and extra-cosy beds will make sure you get a great night's sleep. Directions: Situated in the historic County Hall building, next to the London Eye, opposite the Houses of Parliament. Walking distance from West End and Theatreland. Please note this hotel does not have an onsite car park. However, we do have a partnership with Valet Inspired Parking. ... more less
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