Hotels Near Bohemia In London
Very Good10 Reviews
0.16km from BohemiaI've stayed here three times now, so it must be doing something right. Room (single) isn't huge, but it's spotlessly clean, nicely decorated, and comfortable. The pub itself is great - good beer selection and decent food. Friendly staff, good value: I like it.
0.26km from BohemiaThere was some chaos when we arrived not being able to find our key or our booking. Staff did not know how to handle this, they had allocated the room to the wrong people due to manager not being there (she had been in hospital). Once this had been sorted the rest of the stay was as others describe, above a busy 'locals' pub. The guesthouse helps the pub run as one should run, it's a wet sales pub with lots of community events, the weekend we stayed there was karaoke and a baby shower. The guests have a side door or can enter thorough the pub and the bar. What is surprising is the rooms were quite even though over a rowdy pub. Rooms are clean, well decorated, comfortable beds, fresh linen. Only gripe is over heated, we woke in the night overheating and needed to open the windows.
0.93km from BohemiaRooms at City Inn Express offer free Wi-Fi, a DVD player and power shower for simple comfort. London Fields Train Station is 300 metres away, and buses stop close by.The City Inn Express has free parking spaces on site. There are also friendly and helpful staff, plus a relaxing TV lounge, and dining room for breakfast. A continental breakfast is available for an additional charge. Ironing facilities and a hairdryer are available at reception upon request.Hackney Central Station is a 15-minute walk away, and has London Overground trains to Stratford Station. The Hackney Empire theatre is a 10-minute walk away.The ExCel exhibition centre is a 20-minute drive away, or can be accessed in about 40 minutes via the London Underground network from Hackney Central.
Very Good10 Reviews
1.1km from BohemiaI stayed here for two nights while working in the City of London. The location turned out to be perfect as I was visiting quite a few places in the City and throughout central London and there are great transport links from the hotel, while it's located in a more pleasant, relaxed part of the city with lots of options for eating and drinking which are better than you find within the centre. All the staff were extremely friendly and helpful, the room was clean, well decorated and well stocked with toiletries and provisions. The bathroom was also clean and well decorated and everything worked perfectly - lots of hot water and a powerful shower! Yes, the room was small but I was in the smallest room and most places in London are the same. The heating was capable of making the room really hot but it was also easily controllable to cool things down, and with the window open slightly overnight there were no problems with noise outside, which is another benefit over the really central hotels! I wouldn't hesitate to visit here again.
1.44km from BohemiaEast to locate and in a very cool area. Friendly staff and cool decor. Will defo recommend.
1.76km from BohemiaProperty Location With a stay at The Re London Shoreditch in London (The City of London), you'll be convenient to London Fields and Tower of London. This 4-star hotel is close to London Bridge and Olympic Stadium.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 178 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars (stocked with some free items) and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as desks and coffee/tea makers.Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Take advantage of recreation opportunities including a 24-hour fitness center and bicycles to rent. Additional features include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and a television in the lobby.Dining Grab a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, which features a bar, or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Full breakfasts are available daily for a fee.Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, a computer station, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Planning an event in London? This hotel has facilities measuring 495 square feet (46 square meters), including a meeting room. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.You must present a photo ID when checking in. Your credit card is charged at the time you book. Bed type and smoking preferences are not guaranteed.Your reservation is prepaid and is guaranteed for late arrival. The total charge includes all room charges and taxes, as well as fees for access and booking. Any incidental charges such as parking, phone calls, and room service will be handled directly between you and the property.
1.94km from BohemiaWith a stay at this apartment in London (Hackney), you'll be within a 10-minute drive of White Hart Lane Stadium and Finsbury Park. This apartment is 2.4 mi (3.8 km) from Emirates Stadium and 3.3 mi (5.4 km) from Liverpool Street.Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access.Featured amenities include express check-in and express check-out.Make yourself comfortable in this apartment, featuring a kitchen with a full-sized refrigerator/freezer and an oven. A kitchenette is outfitted with a stovetop and a microwave. A flat-screen television with digital programming provides entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Conveniences include an electric kettle and an iron/ironing board, and housekeeping is provided daily.
1.97km from BohemiaThis is a beautiful small boutique accomodation in Islington, London. I stayed here for one night while on a transit in London between Rhodes and Barcelona. It was an ideal location from to catch up with friends who live locally nearby. The Luxury Inn provides elegant and sophisticated accomodation in an area close to central London. Set in an old factory (printing press warehouse), it has been tastefully refurbished and renovated to high standards. There are four ensuite bedrooms, some with a courtyard, that share a common lounge and kitchen. The latter are kept immaculately clean and well supplied. It is mid way between a traditional English Bed & Breakfast, a boutique hotel and a self catering apartment, reminding me very much of a cross between French chambre d'hotes and gitês. I had a spacious bedroom, with an incredibly comfortable bed, fantastic high-pressure shower, fine fittings and patio access to a delightful courtyard which was complete with table and chairs. James, the owner, was professional and helpful to deal with before and during my stay, although I didn't meet him in person as he was offsite at the time. I was a bit confused in the morning about what was available for breakfast (it's self catering) as I didn't want to inadvertently eat another guest's food stored in fridge and pantry. I therefore SMS texted James and he replied with clear instructions one minute later - amazing service! While I didn't meet James I was welcomed onto the premises by his wonderful colleague and onsite manager who showed me around the Inn and explained how everything worked. London has a reputation of being expensive, but Luxury Inn is an affordable option, especially for the high quality of accomodation provided. I paid the same price here as I would for a night in a nondescript mediocre roadside motel in my home country (New Zealand), but the quality and high standard of accomodation at the Luxury Inn is incomparable. To put it in further perspective, on the morning I arrived in London I stayed initially at the YotelAir in Gatwick because my flight landed from Rhodes at 3am in the morning. I then transferred to the Luxury Inn that afternoon. However, I paid twice as much for the YotelAir Gatwick and the accomodation wasn't anything like the elegant setting and high levels of comfort set by the Luxury Inn. For flights arriving at business hours I would have gone straight to the Luxury Inn. The Luxury Inn would be the perfect place to spend one, two or three weeks in London. Due to time limitations and luggage I used private transfers to travel from Gatwick to the Luxury Inn and again to Heathrow the next morning for my onward flight to Barcelona. But apparently it is well connected to public transport and very easy to get around all of London from. I would definitely stay again. The Luxury Inn is highly recommended.
2.25km from BohemiaCity View Hotel offers good-value bed and breakfast accommodation opposite Bethnal Green Tube Station. It is a short taxi-ride from London Liverpool Street Train Station.City View Hotel offers modern rooms, most with en suite facilities and some with a shared bathroom. All rooms have comfortable beds and come equipped with a TV and access to free Wi-Fi internet.The hotel has a comfortable lounge with LCD TV, where guests may relax. An inclusive breakfast is also available to guests. Air conditioning is also available in some rooms, subject to an extra charge per night.The friendly staff operate a 24-hour reception.
2.26km from BohemiaModern and beautifully decorated flat in a new development building, located just by Hoxton overground station, giving perfect transport links to central london in a matter of minutes.The place is perfect for your holiday or business trip, it sits on a very quiet residential road but is surrounded by history, buzzing markets, boutique shops & restaurants. The apartment is equipped with all necessities.The place comprises comfortable beds and sofa beds, and was decorated to high standards.2 Bedroom Apartment with 2 Bathrooms, Kitchen and Large Living RoomGreat decoration work.Less than 1 miles from Liverpool Street, the financial district of Europe, Hoxton is very well located and perfectly connected to different parts of the city.Hoxton has a long-established reputation as a home for creatives. Hoxton Square has an excellent cluster of bars and restaurants, while Hoxton Street market and its complement of defiantly un-hip greasy spoons retain some proper, olde worde East End charm.The property is a couple of minute walk from the famous and historic Hoxton Market, which was founded in 1687
2.3km from BohemiaI have stayed at this economy hotel twice, so far, MAY & OCT 2019 and booked again for DEC2019. Why? SGL room are small but ensuite, cleaned every two days when sheets and towels are changed. Hot pressurized water, cable TV, and ok breakfast, sausage eggs, baked beans with toast and hot drink. Every TUESDAY-THURS-SAT you have a lot of stalls selling new discontinued brands at cheap prices. Lots of coffee & restaurants & pubs all around. Bus stop 4 min. walk into central London or metro 10 min walk. Staff are friendly. The area is full of far east nationalities. TESCO, POUNDLAND etc. a few feet away. Dont expect 3-4-5 star hotel service. Its basic and cheap for London. Yes there is a school close by which depending which room you get could be an alarm clock to wake you up at 0730. It has central heating but no A/C. For those wanting to spend time in the hotel, its not for you, but a place to sleep, have a shower and a clean room, great vlaue for money. Its about £40 p.n. for sgl room.
Very Good5 Reviews
2.31km from BohemiaGood welcoming, chill team who replied to all of my needs and if i want to there again i will think to them.If i can suggest an improvement it would be to have a computer in free access to send news to familly if our phone got failure or broken to reassure them. Corothanks
Hotels Near Bohemia In London Review
My wife and I have stayed here three times now, it's the only place we'll stay when visiting London. Rooms are amazing and very stylish, beds are so comfortable and the decor not just in the rooms but throughout the hotel is very on-trend. Staff are also super helpful and lovely, they helped with our requests and enquiries before, during and after our visit. Location is also perfect - you can pretty much get anywhere worth going to in London from Shoreditch. Although the area itself (Shoreditch) has become much more gentrified over the years, the hotel still makes coming here a really worthwhile exercise
The room I stayed in was tiny. It had a cramped bathroom, but shower had good pressure. However, the room was spotlessly clean, and WiFi was fast. The walls are thin and I heard all the noises of staff and other guests on the same floor. This hotel is very near to Earl's Court underground station and several restaurants (5mins walk), a Tesco supermarket (10mins walk). It is great for a short stay.
Perfect!!! In a nutshell. My wife and I have been fortunate to have stayed in some lovely hotels both in London and worldwide and the Wellesley is one of those gems. The staff are courteous, extremely professional very friendly and meticulous in the finer details even presenting my wife with a bottle of champagne to celebrate. The building is beautiful, spotlessly clean and just gorgeous. We were lucky to receive a room upgrade looking across Hyde Park wow it didn't disappoint and for any cigar smokers, take a visit to the biggest humidor in Europe, it's breathtaking! Many thanks to everyone at The Wellesley, we will be back.
As I sit here in the reception area having a satsuma for breakfast, all I fancied from the choice of breakfast goodies served on the continental breakfast bar (read side table). I am surrounded by a pathetic example of the genus 'Tourists Poorer" What makes it worse for me is that actually chose to stay here A friend and I are staying in Islington for three nights on our annual pilgrimage to the bars, eateries and tourist spots of the capital and as our normal place to stay, the Hilton in Islington were charging twice the normal rate we had decided on a cheaper option. I have fallen for the trick of actually believing the images of the smart bedrooms and booked. I can't fault the price, just over £300 for three nights but I felt really cheated when I saw the pokey ground room with added steel prison like bars on the windows just to make any ex-con feel at home.The bathroom, so small you actually could not bend over in to dry oneself. Although, the management did help out here by providing towels of the same proportion to the bathroom. They also helped by having towels with holes in to make up for the lack of air conditioning. Basically, I would not be dragged here again and if ever I book it of my own volition I should be committed. Good point, a decent TV. Bad point, a mattress from Pentenville prison, possibly bought at the same time as the bars on the windows.
Pros: TThe hotel in the heart of the Jewish area. A bus station 20 meters from the hotel which leads to two tube station. Within walking distance of kosher resterunt . A synagogue is right next to the hotel. The given breakfast is great. Cons: Located in Area 3, city center commutes are slightly higher. About 40 minutes drive from the city's tourist centers on public transport.
On arrival, we were informed that one of the apartments we had booked had an issue. They showed us around the other available apartments and let us decide what worked best for the family. The apartments we were offered were superb and even better than that which we booked, making the stay very comfortable for a family of 4. My parents stayed in a separate apartment. The concierge was readily available and able to help when we needed it. The apartments were cleaned throughout our stay with fresh towels provided. There is a well-equipped gym in the basement. All amenities were provided included shampoo, conditioner, hand/body wash. The kitchen was fully equipped with a filtered water system, Nespresso machine, etc, and hand sanitizer was provided. Televisions throughout the apartment had all channels, Netflix, and app services. Free wifi, a taxi call button, and books/brochures of where to go in London. I have two young children and they were also able to offer a high chair and stairgate, so everything felt very safe and easy. The location was superb with Hyde Park directly opposite and a short walk to Kensington High Street, Harrods, Chelsea, etc. Excellent service and we will definitely be back for another London staycation in the future. Thank you very much.
I'm not really a fan of hostels but I have to say this one was very good. As the name suggests there is an onsite pub which is very trendy and the staff are very friendly, especially the Italian supervisor. The beds are comfy and they have little baskets next to where you rest your head which is quite handy for your phone, wallet etc. The showers are very nice and the location is good. There were a few small things which I think could be worked on; a) often the toilets were quite dirty or even overflowing b) I think a small light would be useful next to each of the beds as when trying to sleep it can be a little annoying with the big light on if other people are still awake and c) whilst the Italian lady was really helpful in getting me some vegan food for breakfast I think some official vegan options would be good for the breakfast menu and the burger menu as it would make it easier for both me and the staff instead of having to modify already existing almost vegan options. However, they do have soy milk for the coffees which was great! Would stay again!
the location was perfect, it was a 2 mins walk away from the station
I chose this hotel due to the very reasonable price and the proximity to the tube (Northern Line, Hampstead station, less than 5 minutes walk). Before arrival, I was communicating with Lorenzo and asking for an early check in. He was up front that it could not be guaranteed but it looked likely, and when I arrived early as planned, he was waiting for me. He kindly carried my suitcase up to the room (no elevator here) and showed me around including how to enter the building late at night, where breakfast is, etc. I had a standard double room which was fine for me traveling alone, but be aware it is very small. I think for a couple you might be better off with one of the larger rooms. The bed was comfortable and there was also a desk with a makeup mirror (loved this), a small wardrobe, kettle with tea/ coffee, 2 nightstands, and a luggage rack. There was no safe for valuables. My room faced the interior and while I had no issues with street noise, I always heard the people in the room next to me. I think the older building just has thin walls. Regardless I was able to sleep well, and there were ear plugs provided in case. I had not found any pictures of the bathroom ahead of time but was pleasantly surprised how modern it was. There was a decent sized stall shower (though water pressure was not great) and even a towel warmer. The towels were large and plush. Breakfast is included and consists of cereal, yogurt, breads, hard boiled eggs, ham, and cheese. And the best part, the amazing cappuccino! I only had breakfast there once, as I mostly had to rush to business meetings, but I got a cappuccino to go every day which Lorenzo was more than happy to provide. The neighborhood is absolutely charming, with tons of shops and restaurants at your doorstep. And as mentioned in the title of my review, the staff is just so incredibly friendly, warm, and willing to help. I can't imagine getting better service. Thanks to Lorenzo and everyone for a great stay!
Had a triple room for 4 nights. The room was clean, warm and very spacious. Bathroom was perfect also. Breakfast included in room rate, help yourself to cereal, toast, fruit etc and also offered hot breakfast as well. All very tasty and service brilliant. Very good location, tube station 5/10 minute walk away and plenty of shops, bars and restaurants around the hotel including the bar and restaurant inside the hotel which was lovely. We drove down so needed to park. There were plenty of on street parking right next to the hotel at only £2.20 for the whole day. Really enjoyed our stay here and will hopefully be back, would recommend to friends and family. Thank you very much.
Saw a tip to park here for Wembley stadium and well worth doing. £25 for stadium events which I think was more than the official parking but getting a space and getting out again couldnt have been easier. Only thing I would recommend is for parker's to be issued a ticket so they have peace of mind. As the chap who took the money could have been anyone to us and wasnt identified as a member of the hotel. Assisted to a space, but getting away was the plus point, no queues and straight out onto a side road which got us away in good time.
The event staff were AMAZING. Went above and beyond before, during and after the event. Great customer service, attention to detail and responsiveness. The reception staff seemed disinterested and to not like each other, sniping at each other visibly. The rooms were great, spacious, well kept, good bathroom. For a huge hotel that seemed relatively quiet we were placed SUPER far away. 2 separate lifts and about 500 metres walk at least to our rooms, doesn't seem far but trust me it is. Breakfast was fantastic. Worth paying for in your room rate and not on the day however. Really good quality, and variety. Would recommend this place and was happy with our stay and the value for money.
I stayed here from 22 January 2020 to 25 January 2020, until my appartment in South Norwood was ready for me to move in. I had just flew in from Zürich Switzerland on the previous night, and was looking to rent a room that wouldn't cost me a arm & a leg. The Hotel Manager was very reasonable & friendly, with excellent customer service skills. I was able to negotiate a room I could afford within minutes of walking through the front door, (the hotel lowered their price to suit my financial situation). I would strongly recommend the Crystal Lodge Hotel. Sincerely - Mr. Dawm Shawkhari
I was looking for somewhere cheap so didn't expect luxury and booked a single room with no window. The room was small but did the job, the bed was comfortable and the shower worked well. The room was spotless and the bathroom was so clean it glistened. The lack of window was not as bad as I had thought it might be, I turned the fan on when it felt a little stuffy and that worked well. I should imagine it could get a bit uncomfortable in the Summer but for October it was fine. Tea and coffee were provided in the room; the television was positioned high which was perfect to watch lying on the bed. All the staff could not have been friendlier or more helpful. Breakfast was quite basic but certainly not the worst I have had at hotels. I had cereals, banana, scrambled egg with toast and orange juice both days and was offered additional toast. The location is great, very close to Paddington station.
I liked the Blackbird. The hotel staff was friendly and it had a cozy neighborhood vibe, especially with the pub downstairs. You can’t beat the location across Earl’s Court Station, which is a straight shot to and from Heathrow. The rooms are nicely decorated and very clean, but for two people, we felt somewhat claustrophobic in our room. It was partly due to size, but also partly due to the darker decor and lighting. Our room had just a small window at one end of the room so we had almost no natural light. The bathroom, however, felt spacious and comfortable. The hotel shares one entrance with the pub downstairs, but also has a 24/7 side entrance that you can unlock with your room key. They don’t have staff on location after the pub closes, so if you return to your room late, you’ll be walking into a dark pub to get to the elevator. Never quite had that experience before! Breakfast was included with our room and we enjoyed it every day of our stay there, especially on Christmas Day. Nice stay overall, but I would more so recommend this place for travelers who plan to be out and about while in London. In other words, the room felt a little too small to comfortably hang out inside for too long.
Small room, 4 beds, very clean, newly renovated, close to the North Station, next to the food supermarket, very good youth travel, and did not feel unsafe, when some of the more famous places in Paris were patrolled by the police. The downside is that the shower room is very small and can only stand, completely "active" not open, at least my room is like this. In addition, the elevator is on the mezzanine floor, I did not take the elevator. There is no charge for storing luggage. Clean, safe and hygienic is very convenient. Accommodation in Paris is expensive in my trip to several European countries. If it is cheap, the location is inconvenient. 10 minutes walk from the Sacred Heart Cathedral. On the day of leaving North Paris, you can go to the Sacred Heart Cathedral and turn around the wall. It's good.
I booked the hotel for my husband for an overnight stay. He found it perfectly satisfactory, His room was in the basement: it was clean and provided all the essentials. The hotel staff were friendly and helpful, and kindly stored his luggage on the day he checked out. He also found the breakfast perfectly adequate. Reading other reviews, I feel that people often have unrealistic expectations. Yes, of course you can have a larger room, more choice at breakfast, etc., but you're going to have to pay more than £75 per night. My husband was happy with the hotel, and would certainly stay there again.
I stayed here for a one night business trip. On arrival the staff were very friendly and showed me to my room (carried my case upstairs as I was on the top floor). I felt that nothing was too much trouble for them and all done with a smile. The room was small but was very clean and comfortable. Travelling as a lone female I was made to feel at ease and I ate dinner and breakfast by myself in the bar downstairs, which was very relaxed and the food of good quality. I would recommend this hotel due to its close proximity to the ExCel. Thank you to the staff, their friendly and personable approach made my stay a pleasurable one.
We chose this pub accommodation because of the convenient location in Peckham. The pub part was clean and bright with traditional touches. The staff we met were all lovely and friendly, especially the girl from Scotland. Our room was clean, quite spacious and comfortable with a good ensuite. The décor was modern and cheerful. Breakfast on both mornings of our stay was delicious. I would stay there again, no problem, and would recommend to others.
Went with my son on Sunday eve. Lovely scotch egg, bread with delicious hummus and good squid. We were having a lovely night. My son had pork belly which was good. I had beef. Promised pink but delivered shoe leather and hard, dark - overdone. Lazy chef in the kitchen serving me beef from the lunch service reheated and overdone. I’ve seen it but didn’t believe they still do it. Embarrassing: if I ran that kitchen I’d care. Asked how the meal was like so many good restaurants. I fed back that the beef was shoe leather and awful. Response? None. Nothing. Why bother? I paid the full bill because having such a nice time with my son didn’t want to ruin it. My advice. Have the pizza so you don’t trouble a lazy chef with staff who are trained to ask but couldn’t care less.
I stayed there several times. It's very satisfactory and convenient.
Stayed at the Oliver Plaza for a one night business stop over. Right next to Earl's Court tube and perfect for all London connections. The hotel has been fully refurbished to a very high standard. The room (a small double) was outstanding. Modern, classy, trendy and clean. Attention to detail in the room is in abundance.... USB plugs, LED mirrors,Smart TV and quality refreshments/toiletries. The breakfast was outstanding, English and continental in a trendy environment. Overall this place beats any hotel chain or expensive 4* hands down. I will be using and recommending the hotel over and over again. Compliments to the team and management
We were pleasantly surprised arriving at Clerk & Well, with the rooms unexpectedly spacious and well-fitted out with the necessary amenities. The staff had kindly moved our huge luggage up the many flights of stairs after our early check-in, which was a definite help! The warm and cosy rooms were also welcoming after a long day's sightseeing. All in all we would recommend Clerk & Well to anyone looking to stay in a safe, convenient and comfortable location!
My husband and I stayed 2 nights at the Athenaeum at the beginning of a longer trip, as a splurge to celebrate our 20th anniversary. We had a park view room on the third floor. Everything about this place is a delight, from the courteous service, great location, the spacious and well appointed rooms, comfortable beds, the private club on the top floor and the new gym. The staff were so welcoming and solicitous, and when we got into our room we found a lovely plate of chocolate-covered strawberries (with gold leaf!) and a kind note wishing us a happy anniversary. We would definitely stay again, if funds permitted (and if the coronavirus pandemic ever allows us to travel again). Highly recommend if you are looking to treat yourself.
We stayed at Hub by Premier Inn London at Westminster Abbey February 6-12, 2020 and again February 17-19, 2020. It was an exceptional experience. The moment we walked in for the first time, the staff was so friendly and helpful. They quickly checked us into our rooms and offered free coffee and tea at the lounge across from the lobby. We went to our rooms and they are a bit small, but, honestly, perfect for what we were using them for. We are from the US, so we spent all of our time in London sightseeing. We were really only here to sleep. Our early mornings and late nights made us super tired, so the free Costa coffee literally saved us so much money! Loved this perk! This hotel is so clean and smells great. The beds were so comfortable and everything was so modern. Loved how I could control everything in the room from a panel right behind the bed! This hotel is super close to a tube station so it is very convenient to move around the city. It is also, literally, a one minute walk to Westminster Abbey! And just around the corner is Big Ben and Palace of Westminster! For a few months we checked hotels all around London for best locations/prices and this is literally the very best! I cannot believe how affordable it was for how close it is to everything and the quality of the hotel. I could not have asked for a better location and better experience! I would absolutely recommend this hotel to friends and family! Thank you all so much and we hope to see you again soon! We miss it so much!
I was looking for a hotel near a tube station which wasn't fiendishly expensive, rated at least 4.0 on TripAdvisor and hopefully included breakfast. I knew I would have to be lucky. I didn't expect to be this lucky. First, the two minor drawbacks. Not all rooms have an ensuite, and there is no lift. The property is a pretty townhouse in a nice part of London and that's just what they are like. If either of these things give you cause for concern, talk to the hotel directly, and I am sure they will do their best for you. Forewarned by reviews on TripAdvisor, I took a lightweight shoulder bag rather than a wheeled suitcase, and there was always a bathroom free when I wanted one. As for the good points? Everything else. Room 6 was tiny but cosy and I could open the window. Everything was spotlessly clean and there were ample supplies of tea and coffee. I slept really well in a comfy bed. In the morning I had a fantastic breakfast and chatted to friendly staff. On checking out, I was able to leave my bag and collect it later, just as I had done the day before. On a miserable Wednesday night in January, every room in the hotel was occupied, which pretty much says it all. Would I stay again? I'm already trying to find a reason.
This hotel is ideally located for the corn exchange. A ten minute walk. So the perfect night. Lovely clean room, nice linen. All the facilities you need. We stayed here to go see the Classic rock show. Just a short stroll with a pub break half way. Perfect. The breakfast was lovely. A full range of both continental and traditional food with very friendly staff. Recommend. Will go again.
Stayed here for 8 nights in October 2019, in a large 1 bedroom apartment. We stayed in room 201, so two flights of stairs from the ground floor reception. Important point to note is there is only 1 very small elevator, which could fit two adults without luggage comfortably – anything more and it gets claustrophobic. Most times it was quicker to take the stairs rather than wait. Check-in was quick, and room was clean and presented nicely upon arrival. Despite facing the street (which happens to be a reasonably busy intersection with buses), noise wasn’t a major issue. Yes you will hear the noise during the day, but we travelled with an 18 month toddler and she was able to sleep both day and night times without interruption. Rooms are not modern, but they are not old, outdated or falling apart either. Rooms are spacious. The bedroom is roughly the size of the living room, so there is adequate space for luggage or additional bed/travel cot. Kitchen is a little small but probably standard for inner city London apartments. Comes with the normal amenities (oven, induction cooktop, microwave and fridge. No Dishwasher though). Bathroom was also large enough for 2 adults to move around without tripping over each other. Storage space in the bathroom is an issue but there is a long shelf to keep your toiletries and towels. Location is excellent – half hour taxi from Heathrow, or about 45 mins on the Piccadilly line (which is not recommended with luggage as there are several stairs at Gloucester Road station you will need to navigate). Gloucester Road to Harrington is only a 2 minute walk down the main street. There are two convenience stores near the station, one of which is 24 hours. Kensington is one of the more affluent parts of London so there are several nice restaurants nearby. The local pub around the corner (Hereford Arms) has an impressive gin collection if that is your poison. You are also less than 10 minutes from the Natural History Museum and adjacent museums, which are situated quite close to Hyde Park as well. Looking back on our time at Harrington, I can’t find any negatives at all. My family enjoyed our stay and reception staff were always helpful when we needed assistance. We would definitely recommend to any families staying in London, and look forward to staying there during our next visit to the UK!
This was my second stay at the Berkeley. The staff are always fantastic. So welcoming and so professional. I arrived early and my room was not ready but I was already looking forward to returning after lunch. Once back at the hotel I was informed I had been upgraded to a balcony junior suite which is very generous. I had asked when making reservation to not have a room designed by Robert Angell, however as with my first stay these were the only available rooms. I feel as though these are the least sort after rooms and I find them a bit dull and void of any flair - just a personal preference. As a result I stayed for 2 nights of my 4 nights stay at The Berkeley and moved to their sister hotel The Connaught. The hotel were very kind to cancel my last 2 nights at late notice after a very kind gentleman from reception showed me an alternative room. The room was, however, perfectly comfortable and the balcony provided a nice space with a good view even though it rained for most of my visit to London. The room was a bit small for a junior suite. The bathroom is great and features a large bathtub and a walk in shower with good water pressure. The 2 televisions were on flexible wall mounts which is always nice as you get a good view wherever you chose to sit. There was an espresso machine and kettle in the room and they were kind enough to provide me with an iron as soon as I asked. The hotel have a number of measures to help keep guests and staff safe with all staff wearing face masks and hand sanitiser available in the lobby and outside the lifts on guestroom floors. They also provided face masks, hand sanitiser and anti-bacterial wipes in the room. Overall I felt safe and I certainly trusted them to do their best in this regard. Breakfast was a treat and I found the breakfast team very warm and welcoming. The Collins Room is also bright and airy and the perfect space for that time in the morning. The blue bar staff were professional and the cocktails were fantastic. I did not have the opportunity to try the Berkeley bar, perhaps on another visit. Overall I really like this hotel and I think the staff are great, however with the rooms you never know what you are going to get as the room categories mostly feature a mix of designs that are very different and this has it's pros and cons.
We stayed at Avoca for six days, a short walk (4 mins) from the Swiss Cottage tube to the hotel. We agree with the others that this is not a luxury hotel but comfortable, great location, clean, friendly staff (Shawn) and a decent breakfast. If you are there on Wednesday, don't forget to visit the farmer's market, near the Swiss Cottage tube. There are several steps up to the front door, and there is no lift to the upper floors. Luckily, we booked a quad room on the main floor and it was fine for us. They only provide one big bath towel per person. However, we asked for a hand towel and a hair dryer and the staff, Shawn provided them to us very quickly. One thing to remember is that the bathtub is quite high, compared to our standard. So, when you step out of the shower, just be careful. There is no bath mat in the bathroom. Overall, we are very happy with our stay with Avoca. We will definitely book with them again if we do visit London in the future. Thanks Shawn.
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