Hotels Near Dubai Bazaar In Edgware

4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
1.62km from Dubai Bazaar
Stayed here with my son this weekend. Arrived at 8.30 am to drop the car off and to head into London, was welcomed by the very friendly owner who let us check in at this early time as the room was ready. 5 minute walk to the tube (then 20 minutes and you’re in central London). Our room was excellent.....spotlessly clean and modern design. Would recommend this place to anyone and will definitely stay here again.
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4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
1.91km from Dubai Bazaar
Several years back I used to stay in Premier inns quite often and remember a large comfy bed and great breakfast however both of these were not the case in my stay here. To cover the negatives first the bed in my double bed room was certainly not the Hypnos Divan beds that Premier Inn publish everywhere and use as a selling point. The bed in my room was a wooden framed bed with a weak base almost like a camp bed and was noisy and slightly wobbly. The mattress had fairly hard well worn springs and the mattress had a dip in it due to it being worn out. Also with the provided pillows the soft pillow was so light your head would go almost all the way through it and the firm pillow was too hard and gave a bad neck. There was no average or medium pillow. Also the food in the Thyme restaurant particularly the cooked breakfast was nothing like I remembered or expected. Although it was an impressive selection of food and well presented each item was of poor quality, the bacon was so thin/cheap you could see through it, the sausage had that well known "cheap sausage taste" and even had crunchy bits of gristle in. The beans and hash browns were tasteless and again certainly not of a good quality. The evening meal was more acceptable however let down by the again cheap quality chicken which was clearly of the "with added water" kind and was certainly not good quality chicken. Also on a last negative although fairly common in hotels the shower in my room leaked heavily when using it for normal showering and leaked out over the floor under the glass. With the positives the hotel was well located, the car park was fairly secure and easy to use, the window soundproofing was good and despite being in a urban area was very quiet and the staff were overall very helpful and friendly. I feel with so much advertising and promotion from Premier Inn generally around how comfy and good their Hypnos Divan beds are it is misleading to then have a Premier Inn with a bed which was certainly not a Divan style and certainly was not a quality bed brand like Hypnos.
FromUS$72
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
2.2km from Dubai Bazaar
Arrived about 20.30, polite man at reception, confirmed info I'd use in booking on-line, showed us to lift, button broken so he went up one flight to send it down. Room on 2nd floor. Very quiet, just off main road, surrounded by low level blocks of flats. Car park almost full. Complicated way of getting parking ticket out before going in, to find out you could do it in reception. £8, per 24 hours, we only needed half that but no alternative. Room clean, neat and tidy. Pre ordered twin room and got a double and a single bed. Single ok but not as comfy as the double. If anything double was too soft, lovely to get comfy in but not great for a bad back. Tea and coffee enough for 2 cups of each. Very large screen tv. Bathroom had bath and shower combined. Lots of hot water, easy to regulate. Prepaid breakfast was hot and freshly cooked, no self service due to covid restrictions, so you ordered everything you wanted, when waitress came over. Could order more if required, Once eaten back up to room, lift button still no working so daughter went up to send it down. Packed up and left, dropping key-card at drop off point. Would recommend and use again, if we need to travel to the hospital again, which was also on the same road and only 5-6 miles away.
FromUS$83
3/55 Reviews
4.1km from Dubai Bazaar
We arrived just after another couple - and a parcel delivery. The host remarked that we'd got the room for nothing - well next to nothing. She also showed me her four new teeth she'd had implanted recently. She showed us into her personal living room while she puzzled out loud where she was going to put as she was overbooked by 6 people for that night. Our room wasn't ready ( approx. 4pm) - I offered to go away and come back later but she said that wasn't necessary and she knew which room she'd put us in. We followed her upstairs and she told us the code for the door. We hadn't booked ensuite and I don't object to a shared bathroom, but it felt as though this was the family bathroom given all the toothbrushes, razors and shampoo left round the sink after the first night. Now it could be that they all belonged to other guests. There were 2 beds in the room - a small double and a single. She asked if we needed 2 beds as she may need to take the single out. No we didn't need the single bed. I attempted to lie on the double which was up against the wall and nearly disappeared . Turns out the "double bed" was in fact a cheap fold down sofa with a broken leg that had a mattress precariously balanced on top. Hubby managed to fix the sofa leg, but it was evident that it had been moved and dragged around a lot, which had caused the damage. After that I lay on the single bed. The duvet cover on that had a cigarette burn. I didn't want to stay there at this point. We opened the wardrobe - nice sturdy furniture- to discover a shelf with some foreign foods in jars and a large thick sweater in the bottom. The host explained that they don't cook breakfast but cereal and toast are available in the kitchen. I was disappointed not to be able to have a cuppa in my room. Well I could have a cuppa in my room but it meant going downstairs, through the hall and kitchen, out to the property next door, making said cuppa and retracing one's steps. We went and made a cuppa and as it was such a nice evening, we sat in the garden to drink it, during which time we could hear someone yelling for Angelo and someone screaming at some one else to go & clean the effing bathroom. The chair I sat on broke and I fell backwards hurting one elbow and badly bruising my other arm where the chair fell on top of me. The man seeing to the laundry came & helped me up and took the chair away. He said he thought it was broken already - which begs the question what the devil was it still doing there?? We took our leave and went out to eat. By the time we returned, more cars and people had arrived. Upstairs 1 bathroom with the toilet in it for 5 bedrooms doesn't really work. The only other toilet we were aware of was the one adjacent to the kitchen in the house next door ( no 128). Getting to sleep was a mission as there was so much coming & going in & out of all 3 properties - every movement being accompanied by the banging of a door. Someone appeared to be taking a shower a
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Hotels Near Dubai Bazaar In Edgware Review

4.5/55 Reviews
Several years back I used to stay in Premier inns quite often and remember a large comfy bed and great breakfast however both of these were not the case in my stay here. To cover the negatives first the bed in my double bed room was certainly not the Hypnos Divan beds that Premier Inn publish everywhere and use as a selling point. The bed in my room was a wooden framed bed with a weak base almost like a camp bed and was noisy and slightly wobbly. The mattress had fairly hard well worn springs and the mattress had a dip in it due to it being worn out. Also with the provided pillows the soft pillow was so light your head would go almost all the way through it and the firm pillow was too hard and gave a bad neck. There was no average or medium pillow. Also the food in the Thyme restaurant particularly the cooked breakfast was nothing like I remembered or expected. Although it was an impressive selection of food and well presented each item was of poor quality, the bacon was so thin/cheap you could see through it, the sausage had that well known "cheap sausage taste" and even had crunchy bits of gristle in. The beans and hash browns were tasteless and again certainly not of a good quality. The evening meal was more acceptable however let down by the again cheap quality chicken which was clearly of the "with added water" kind and was certainly not good quality chicken. Also on a last negative although fairly common in hotels the shower in my room leaked heavily when using it for normal showering and leaked out over the floor under the glass. With the positives the hotel was well located, the car park was fairly secure and easy to use, the window soundproofing was good and despite being in a urban area was very quiet and the staff were overall very helpful and friendly. I feel with so much advertising and promotion from Premier Inn generally around how comfy and good their Hypnos Divan beds are it is misleading to then have a Premier Inn with a bed which was certainly not a Divan style and certainly was not a quality bed brand like Hypnos.
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FromUS$72
4/55 Reviews
Arrived about 20.30, polite man at reception, confirmed info I'd use in booking on-line, showed us to lift, button broken so he went up one flight to send it down. Room on 2nd floor. Very quiet, just off main road, surrounded by low level blocks of flats. Car park almost full. Complicated way of getting parking ticket out before going in, to find out you could do it in reception. £8, per 24 hours, we only needed half that but no alternative. Room clean, neat and tidy. Pre ordered twin room and got a double and a single bed. Single ok but not as comfy as the double. If anything double was too soft, lovely to get comfy in but not great for a bad back. Tea and coffee enough for 2 cups of each. Very large screen tv. Bathroom had bath and shower combined. Lots of hot water, easy to regulate. Prepaid breakfast was hot and freshly cooked, no self service due to covid restrictions, so you ordered everything you wanted, when waitress came over. Could order more if required, Once eaten back up to room, lift button still no working so daughter went up to send it down. Packed up and left, dropping key-card at drop off point. Would recommend and use again, if we need to travel to the hospital again, which was also on the same road and only 5-6 miles away.
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4.5/510 Reviews
Stayed here with my son this weekend. Arrived at 8.30 am to drop the car off and to head into London, was welcomed by the very friendly owner who let us check in at this early time as the room was ready. 5 minute walk to the tube (then 20 minutes and you’re in central London). Our room was excellent.....spotlessly clean and modern design. Would recommend this place to anyone and will definitely stay here again.
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FromUS$79
3/55 Reviews
We arrived just after another couple - and a parcel delivery. The host remarked that we'd got the room for nothing - well next to nothing. She also showed me her four new teeth she'd had implanted recently. She showed us into her personal living room while she puzzled out loud where she was going to put as she was overbooked by 6 people for that night. Our room wasn't ready ( approx. 4pm) - I offered to go away and come back later but she said that wasn't necessary and she knew which room she'd put us in. We followed her upstairs and she told us the code for the door. We hadn't booked ensuite and I don't object to a shared bathroom, but it felt as though this was the family bathroom given all the toothbrushes, razors and shampoo left round the sink after the first night. Now it could be that they all belonged to other guests. There were 2 beds in the room - a small double and a single. She asked if we needed 2 beds as she may need to take the single out. No we didn't need the single bed. I attempted to lie on the double which was up against the wall and nearly disappeared . Turns out the "double bed" was in fact a cheap fold down sofa with a broken leg that had a mattress precariously balanced on top. Hubby managed to fix the sofa leg, but it was evident that it had been moved and dragged around a lot, which had caused the damage. After that I lay on the single bed. The duvet cover on that had a cigarette burn. I didn't want to stay there at this point. We opened the wardrobe - nice sturdy furniture- to discover a shelf with some foreign foods in jars and a large thick sweater in the bottom. The host explained that they don't cook breakfast but cereal and toast are available in the kitchen. I was disappointed not to be able to have a cuppa in my room. Well I could have a cuppa in my room but it meant going downstairs, through the hall and kitchen, out to the property next door, making said cuppa and retracing one's steps. We went and made a cuppa and as it was such a nice evening, we sat in the garden to drink it, during which time we could hear someone yelling for Angelo and someone screaming at some one else to go & clean the effing bathroom. The chair I sat on broke and I fell backwards hurting one elbow and badly bruising my other arm where the chair fell on top of me. The man seeing to the laundry came & helped me up and took the chair away. He said he thought it was broken already - which begs the question what the devil was it still doing there?? We took our leave and went out to eat. By the time we returned, more cars and people had arrived. Upstairs 1 bathroom with the toilet in it for 5 bedrooms doesn't really work. The only other toilet we were aware of was the one adjacent to the kitchen in the house next door ( no 128). Getting to sleep was a mission as there was so much coming & going in & out of all 3 properties - every movement being accompanied by the banging of a door. Someone appeared to be taking a shower a
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FromUS$70