Stayed for just one night before flying back to Calgary. Hotel staff were excellent, we ate in the Island restaurant, great bottle of wine with awesome food, great place to eat. Clean and very comfortable, excellent views of the city.
This hotel is one that I frequently use if available. I really like the staff and the location. They seem to "understand" it is key to make people feel good about the brand and do small things to prove it. Some free water bottles, cookies, and news journal. Wifi is free as "expected" in this age....
The hotel was a lovely surprise and an affordable little splurge for my sister and myself. We both needed the peace and quiet after the hectic work lives we both lead. Would love to go back there again! 10 thumbs up if we had that many thumbs between the both of us.
We stayed for 3 nights as a quick getaway to celebrate my birthday. Good Value Hotel in a great central location. 5 -10 minute walk to Oxford Street / Hyde Park / Marble Arch.
Our room was a small double and although it was small was comfortable for the amount of time spent in their. Only downside was that at night the room got extremely hot, even with the air con on or the window open it was really warm.
Room was clean and house keeping came in daily with fresh towels etc.
Close to tube station so really easy to get out and amount. We did a lot of walking, and found it was a great location for walking to many main tourist attractions.
Would definitely recommend for someone looking for a good value hotel.
Small room but adequate and better facilities than many similarly priced hotels in the area, e.g. lift, wifi and en suite shower room. Only issue was the shower was scorching and I couldn't figure out how to make it cooler. Didn't take breakfast so can't comment on that.
We had a ten day stay and found the hotel staff to be terrific. Everyone friendly and very helpful. The location is perfect for public transit. Liked having two options for breakfast included in our plan. Housekeeping staff did an excellent job and left fresh water and biscuits each day.
This lively residential and business area borders Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens where you can stroll along canalside streets and check out the houseboats and historic Victorian homes. Plentiful shopping opportunities exist at Queensway and Oxford Street. Paddington Station, a 19th century building, provides a gateway to towns in the west of England, including Oxford, Windsor, Bath and Bristol.