This hotel is located in the North Terminal of Gatwick Airport and is perfect for connections. If you don't need to stay overnight, you can rent the room for a few hours during the day. The rooms and service are spectacular, as is the breakfast buffet.
The Hilton London Hyde Park is located in Bayswater Road, in front of "Hyde Park" in the heart of Queensway London, district W2. It is a 4 star hotel with 129 rooms, some have access for the disabled. They are all equipped with bathroom, air conditioning, desk, coffee maker, safe, hairdryer, telephone and satellite television. The property features a 24-hour reception, a bar, laundry service, a restaurant, bellhop and conference room. The metro station is located on the same street as the hotel, which allows easy access to the airport and central London for shopping and visiting museums. Its location is ideal. However, the hotel is non-smoking and no pets. In the reception you can reserve tickets, taxis and restaurants that are in the capital. Underground stop: Bayswater.
The Guoman Hotel is located near Tower Bridge in London. There is a subway stop a five minute walk away and bus 15 will take you to St Paul's Cathedral and Trafalgar Square. It is a beautiful place that has a few rooms overlooking the Thames. The building itself is pretty ugly but it has been modernized inside the hotel. The Tower is a surprisingly pleasant and quiet place amongst the bustle of the city. It is a 4-star hotel. The rooms have a comfortable bed, a desk, and some offer spectacular views over the river and Tower Bridge. It hosts corporate events and weddings. The standard room starts at £ 99, with a flat screen TV and internet access. Breakfast costs 10 pounds. Self-catering accommodation is 300 pounds per night.
The Rembrandt Hotel belongs to the Sarova chain. It's in the Knightsbridge neighborhood, opposite the Victoria & Albert Museum. The area is a bit noisy but the rooms are isolated from the street. The superior rooms start around 140 pounds a night with the prepaid web fare, the executive is 170 and the large is 190 pounds per night. They have air conditioning, internet access, a tray with tea and coffee, pay per view movies, internet, etc.
There are six conference rooms that can be adapted for all sizes of groups. The lounge serves light meals and drinks, while the restaurant The Palette offers a classic British & international cuisine. There are a total of 194 rooms that were recently renovated, but the common spaces look a little old.
The Dukes Hotel offers no less than 90 rooms that are well decorated and equipped with air conditioning, minibar, direct dial telephone, clock radio, safe, and other amenities. The resort features a cocktail bar (that's known for its martinis), a dining room, a lovely wine menu, and a menu à la carte with local and international specialties.
It is one of the most popular hostels in London because the prices are good and it has what is perhaps the cheapest bar in town. It is a mega hostel with 800 beds with a starting price of 15 pounds (18 €) which includes a buffet breakfast. They make their money mainly from the pub / restaurant, where your can have breakfast, lunch, and dinner a la carte. It's pretty loud, so I'd suggest using ear plugs for those who are not very nocturnal.
Hi everyone! I stayed at this hotel for four days at Christmas in 2010, thanks to a good deal on the site Destinia.com. Bed and breakfast. It is 3 minutes from the Gloucester Road and the area offers restaurants and shops. 10 minutes from the Museum of Natural History and Victoria & Albert. The entire hotel is elegantly decorated, reminiscent of Victorian type. The reception has Spanish speakers whom are welcoming. The room, in our case, was very cozy with comfortable beds, two chairs, desk and a bathroom complete with various amenities too. The floor is carpeted, but everything together was spotless. Breakfast was adequate for London. There was a bit of everything, with good presentation. The only thing to improve would be the elevators, small and pretty hot, but it is an old building (not outdated or poorly maintained). Clients: Italian, Spanish, English and German. Families, older couples. Other popular accommodations in London: Brynston Court Hotel, Easyhotel Victoria Station, Grosvenor Kensington Hotel, Picadilly Backpapers (hostel)
When I went in September 2008 to London we stayed 1 night in this hostel that we found on hostelworld.Com. Choosing a hostel in London is a chore because if they are centrally located they are expensive and bad, and those that are further away are too far away. The Astor Kensington is a middle ground, it's a few meters from Gloucester Road metro station and 5 minutes walk from the Kensington museums (Natural History, Victoria & Albert, etc). A hostel is what it is. The rooms are quite nice with the slight problem that it's next to the noisy metro. Moreover this hostel has, what I think is a great advantage, a giant supermarket open 24 hours less than a minutes walk away. For me it was shocking to buy from there at four in the morning - it's not easy to find such a facility in the center. Dealing with people from the hostel is good and there is generally a good vibe. It's not the Ritz but it seems to be a great hostel in central London. Prices are about 15-25 pounds depending on the room.
An excellent hotel. The four nights we were here, were splendid. The room had a small flat screen TV, a fridge for drinks and a safe to store valuables. Apart from those details it had no frills, but it was comfortable, complete and enjoyable. Front desk people were nice and willing to help at all times. Breakfast was included and was good although the offering did not go beyond juices, coffee, toast, croissants and cereals. It was the only negative point I found about this great little hotel.
I was in London Bridge May and stayed at the Ibis Wembley, is a 100% smoke-free place, we had a small problem with the reservation for one of the rooms but we sorted it out and they were very good to us, thanks to the guy at the reception called Carlos, many thanks. I would like to contact you to continue giving you my thanks for everything, I thought I would like you to show me Abbey Road.
The Hilton Hyde Park is a large triangular building that towers over the park. It's one of those ugly buildings from the 60's that maximized the space but not isn't aesthetically pleasing. Inside they have made an effort to renovate the rooms and they are actually very pretty. There are suites with balconies overlooking the park, but the noise from the traffic below prevents you from keeping the window open for too long. The place is well connected by public transport and there are always taxis in the entrance. The Heathrow Airport is on the same subway line, the Piccadilly Line.
The rooms are classic & non-smoking with internet access and a movie rental service, iron, desk, and are non-smoking. They cost about £250 per night, and £450 for the suites with meeting room and a balcony.
The Royal Eagle Hotel is a 3-star hotel in a beautiful Victorian building from 1905 in a really beautiful area near Hyde Park. The tube and buses are right around the corner and there's a lot to see withing walking distance. The reception was small but comfortable, but we didn't order breakfast because the cost was more than double that of any other place we had been to before.
We arrived late and there was no staff which spoke Spanish and the ones that were there did not make the least effort to understand me when I asked for a plug adapter for my camera battery. Finally, I got them to understand what I was asking for and they ended up charging me for the one they lent me! The first room they put us in didn't have a working light so we moved to another much larger duplex with a very nice balcony overlooking the street. The beds had good mattresses, the closet was not too large but it was enough as only hung jackets and pants, and there was WIFI and TV. The bathroom was very good and comfortable. On Monday there was a receptionist who spoke Spanish and we got along perfectly thereafter!
A very convenient hotel located near the Tower of London and very close to the metro station Tower Hill which connects all major London attractions. The hotel was built in 2000. The hotel has 7 floors and 100 rooms. The staff are very nice, when I was there, there was also a Spanish worker. A highly recommended hotel, the rooms are large and very clean. The private restaurant has good food.
This development, in the center of London, is a very good example of utopian constructions that manage to function (usually such developments become 'gray' zones in the demographics of cities) and I think this is due to several factors. Barbican is not simply a set of residential buildings but also an important cultural center (The Barbican Arts Centre), a public library, an important school of music and performing arts (Guildall School or Music and Drama) and a school for girls. All these establishments comprise the Barbican Complex and devour a good afternoon of a day trip. The complex was built by architects Chamberlin, Powell and Bon between 1965 and 1976, today it's one of the most coveted residential sites.
The hotel is a beautiful building situated in the financial district. Located near picturesque landscapes that have a selection of cafes and shops nearby, such as Thomas Pink and Jones Bootmakers, this hotel has something for everyone. During the week, the area comes to life with community work groups, while the nightlife is excellent, offering a great variety of good restaurants and bars to try out.
The Duke of Leinster Hotel is in Leinster Gardens in Bayswater, near Hyde Park in London. It is a 3-star hotel with 42 comfortable and well appointed rooms with private bathroom with toiletries, desk, satellite TV, safe, and machine to make tea or coffee. The hotel is entirely non-smoking and has no parking. The hotel offers a continental/English breakfast daily (for a surcharge) from 7:00 to 10:00 from Monday to Saturday and 08:00 to 11:00 on Sundays. The reception is open 24h and has cots available on request. Credit cards are accepted. The nearest underground stations are Bayswater, Queensway and Paddington
Dandy, sumptuous and very classic. These are the main features of this spectacular 5-star hotel in the exclusive Mayfair district. The Claridge occupies a beautiful art-deco building and the hotel's history dates back to 1854. English royalty and royalty from other countries have passed through the hotel as well as famous figures of culture, arts and politics. It is as if time has not passed, the hotel retains the ambiance, decor and discreet service from another era. A world to get lost and indulge in the heart of London.
The Connaught Hotel is a luxury hotel in Mayfair, London. It is a quiet place on Oxford Street, but at the same time you're only a 10-minute walk from the famous shopping street and the Hyde Park Gardens. The Connaught has five stars and a Michelin star chef, with one of the best restaurants in London.
The style of the rooms is classic, but with modern comfort. It has a beautiful bathroom, silk curtains, television, and internet. The rooms that don't include breakfast are 280 pounds a night, and the suites are 550. Sometimes you can find offers online. They offer all the typical services that most hotels used to offer but no longer do as a way to reduce costs.
The Ibis Aldgate East is on the edge of the neighborhood of the City, in front of Aldgate East. It is in the eastern quarter of the city, with plenty of restaurants around and parallel to the street, Brick Lane. Spittalfields flea market, with more traditional restaurants, is a 10 minute walk away. It's a good place to stay if you've been to London once and you want to get to know something a little different. Big Ben and Westminster are 25 minutes by underground. There are 348 rooms, of which 19 are equipped for wheelchairs, and there is a restaurant and bar that is open 24 hours. Wireless internet is included in the price, and you have a choice of parking too. The rooms are basic with a double bed, a small bathroom, and a desk with TV.
Andaz is Casual Luxury chain of the luxury hotel group Hyatt. For those who like design, comfort, the latest technology and what they call "new luxury" or "casual luxury" this is perfect. It's in Liverpool Street, very close to the Gherkin and stuck to the station (no need to take a taxi it's literally 2 steps). It is plagued with modern art (mostly of London artists), organic food and good ideas such as an informal reception (no counter, you sit in one of the chairs in the hall and they take your data with a notebook). It's a marvel. It has a Japanese restaurant, champagne bar and a meeting room that was a former Masonic hall that was found during renovation. Highly recommended.