Hotel was clean, staff helpful and friendly, room was 2 single bed, beds were comfy tea coffee was complimentary as well as a daily paper of your choice a pleasant 2 night stay the Hotel is well placed for exploring.
One little negative was the air freshener that was used around the Hotel, the smell was quite overpowering sometimes, was a sickly sweet smell
I booked a room that had a queen sized bed. When we got there we were told it is really a "double" and would not fit 2 people.
The other difficulty was the room temperature. Despite there being a thermostat it actually does nothing. They heat at night and cool during the day. We had the added fun of being without much ventilation since the previous guest had asked to have it shut off and it was not reinstated until we complained on day 2.
Traveller from Yorba Linda, CA, USA
This beautiful historical building was known as Lilly Langtry?s residence. This 4 star deluxe Hotel has 180 rooms, a bar, a …More
Hotel is very close to Paddington station and restaurants. Well maintained, comfortable beds. Hotel has onsite concierge to help book tours. Walking distance to Hyde park.
Our room had 3 beds (two double and one twin) enough for a family of 5. Bathroom is too small and does not have good ventilation.
Traveller from San Diego
The Abbey Court Westpoint Hotel is situated in a pleasant central London location, a 2-minute walk from Paddington and …More
We were a little conflicted with the on line reviews from other travel sites regarding The Hotel Henry VII but I must say we could not have picked a better more charming hotel. The neighborhood of the hotel was wonderful so close to the underground stations, restaurants, pubs, shopping and not to mention Hyde Park. Our room was clean with clean sheets and towels daily. The bed was very comfortable, the shower was hot and with great water pressure. We also enjoyed the breakfast offered every morning. I would absolutely stay at the Hotel Henry VII again..
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.