We had a busy 3 day schedule and knew would only be staying there to sleep. In this regard, it met our needs perfectly. The room was definitely small (smallest room we've ever stayed in), but, had everything we needed. Because we had booked through Expedia we received TV, WI-FI, towels, toiletries etc, that would normally have been an extra cost. The room was modern, clean and ergonomically well laid out. The bed was very comfortable and for the most part the room was reasonably quiet. Really, it was an experience, but a very positive one overall.
Had hitches the first 2 days but the staff that attended to me made me forget all that transpired! They are well trained ! The last 4 nights was good !!!! I will go back there very soon , location wise it is the best also
"Conveniently close to Paddington stn at good price"
Very small room but very close to Paddington station. Reasonably clean and comfortable with a decent bathroom Not luxurious by any means but a good launching point for trips into the city (via train) at a good price Area has several shops and restaurants within quick walking distance in a safe environment Hotel has on site parking (25 pounds/night) which allows for driving tours outside of London (I took advantage of this to travel to Bath,Cotswolds,Warwick, Windsor) Traffic in Paddington isnt so bad as downtown it seems so driving there from Heathrow isnt horrible
It suited my needs well as I was really just looking for a convenient place to sleep at night in a good location that facilitated my sight seeing travels. I didnt intend on spending too much time there.
Central and elegant hotel in London. The Edward Hotel is a classical establishment which offers totally reformed facilities …More
This hotel is in Paddington right near several tube stations, making it a good convenient location. It is also a short walk to Kensington Gardens, which was lovely.
The hotel itself has a very modern and well kept lobby but our room was a bit on the shabby side. The towel warmer didn't work. The hose to the hair dryer was ripped (making it unusable). The room was clean and cheerful though and it was a nice place to come back to after a long day of sight seeing. It was a bit of a trek to our room though. If you have issues with stairs, make sure this is known when you check in.
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.