This hotel is very clean and well located.
The second time I stayed at this hotel, the last time I was on a business trip a few years ago, the company booked on the extranet platform, and the stay was good. This is a personal trip, but there are some different experiences.
The room is divided into five stalls. Because of the 28-inch suitcase, I don't want to live in such a crowded place. I set a club room in the middle stall (32 square meters). Open the door of the room and enter the bedroom through the narrow aisle. It can basically reach the standard of "go to bed when you enter the house". The luggage can just be unfolded, but it is stuck between the wall and the bed after expansion. There is no walking space. To go to the bathroom requires a large Jumped over.
A small window, the scenery outside is moving, strange pipes accompanied by the low noise of the machine. The contact hotel was told that there was no room to change, and that the room was full (obviously there were plenty of rooms on the night of each booking platform), and contacted Ctrip, saying that "the hotel has been contacted, the room type is correct, as for the noise, there is no way out of room," If you are afraid of noisy, please keep the windows closed "...
I booked a room with breakfast and welcome fruit, but the hotel said that Ctrip did not inform, so no fruit without breakfast. After contacting, the hotel even said "Give me breakfast for you." The price at the time of booking is obviously early. Why give it away?
As a Ctrip Diamond member for many years, I do feel some discomfort. Do I have to choose an overseas platform channel to "please stay" when I book an overseas hotel?
First of all, when you arrive you are greeted by the kindness of the doormen Andrew and Brett , they really make your trip memorable. I think the staff at the Stafford are what sets this hotel apart from the rest. Everyone is incredibly kind and helpful. It's a level of service that is unsurpassed, and such a pleasure to experience. The hotel itself is fabulous. The rooms are very nice and spacious , I stayed in a Mews suite with beautiful views over the fantastic courtyard, We tried several different meals off the room service menu and everything was delicious. I am now officially overwhelmed with what is actually possible to do with a cauliflower steak .. simply delicious . Also the cocktails in the American bar are outstanding making for a a superb cocktail experience, although take it easy on on the “One fall All” . If you are looking for a beautiful , centrally located hotel in London where you will be treated with the highest level of service , I can not recommend this hotel highly enough. The attention to detail and the kindness of the entire staff really make the Stafford. We will be back. Thankyou so much Joanne & Joseph
We visited London for a birthday treat and the hotel was well placed for our activities. The room and bed were very comfortable. The Manager KK quickly sorted a problem we had. Breakfast was tasty with a good choice and we had excellent table service from Hameed. Andy on the door was very welcoming and friendly, as was his colleague. We enjoyed a cocktail with friends in the bar, though it was very strong and pretty expensive. We would return for future trips.
I stayed here 1 night. The room was next to a maintenance room and it was very loud until late at night. The staff obviously likes to speak in one sentences only. I arrive 30 minutes early for breakfast: „The breakfast opens at 7.“ Yes, a good Morning to you too! The location is excellent. The room, apart from being small and hot (you have to have the Aircon on also at night), was a bit dirty. Dirty cups, cupboards, dated bathroom that turns out totally wet when you simply shower. No floor towel. It had a flickering light. Drove me crazy. All in all a below average experience for 300 GBP a night over prized. The view from the room is good and I guess you have to pay for the location. As for the breakfast: Mushrooms from a tin, overcooked scrambled eggs, no salmon but dry (I mean dry at the edges as in old) trout. Staff speaks in super low volume and bad English (again in one sentence). I mean friendliness doesn’t cost anything. You can at least say: Good Morning instead of Room number?
I have stayed here many times and always been satisfied with my experience. I wanted to mention 3 people who made this stay extra special. Firstly, Pauline our breakfast waitress. An absolute diamond who works hard and provides outstanding and tireless customer service. Secondly, Sara from Guest Experience. She was attentive and professional to all our requests and always visible and available to support all her guests. Thirdly, Liz from the Reception team. Just wow. Energy, focus, attention to detail and also great fun. She is a sparkling jewel for sure and this hotel is fortunate to have her, she will go far I can tell. Thanks to everyone involved. Paul and Jane
Stayed for 5 nights. I think this is the best hotel I have recently stayed in while visiting London (others have been The Stafford, Dukes, the Wellesley, the Sofitel…and The Connaught (although that was during lockdown to be fair). Wonderful front desk staff who were very accommodating a early 1pm check-in so that we could shower before a 2pm meeting. The bed had a footboard attached to it and (as I am 6 foot 5) meant that it would be too small for me.. but with an hour a technician has unscrewed the footboard so I had unlimited leg room. Wonderful and something I have never seen before ! Super friendly door staff who make you feel like you are coming “home”. The bar stays open until 1am at the weekends. We will definitely be staying again !!
This was the second time I've stayed at the Fleming in the last few months, the staff kindly left us some chocolate biscuits in our room to say welcome back. The hotels location is prefect for shopping and eating out, although the hotel does have a fantastic restaurant we didn't eat there this time. Staff and the reception were fantastic as always, very welcoming and incredible helpful. The hotel has a lovely bar with very helpful staff and a small selection of bar snacks. On this occasion I booked through booking.com, the room was discounted but felt smaller than when I stayed previously and booked direct with the hotel. The quality of the beds and feel of the sheets is fantastic and we always have a good nights sleep. The only negative point I would say about the hotel is the cost of the breakfast, £28.00 for a full English, don't get me wrong it was very tasty but a bit steep. We like the hotel so much we're booked to stay for 3 nights in August when we're getting married.
Set in the heart of Mayfair in London’s West End, Park Lane Apartments - Clarges Street features free Wi-Fi. They are located just 2 minutes’ walk from Curzon Street and Green Park.A fully equipped kitchen with microwave, dishwasher and oven is provided in each Park Lane apartment, as well as a flat-screen TV and dining area. A free DVD film service is also available.A wide array of cafés and restaurants can be found in the local area and Bond Street is 5 minutes’ away by foot. Oxford Street, Piccadilly and Buckingham Palace are all within 10 minutes’ walk.London’s West End, Park Lane Apartments are 2 minutes’ walk from Green Park Tube Station, providing easy access to all areas of central London.Scenic Hyde Park is 5 minutes’ away on foot and here guests can hire rowing and pedal boats, and enjoy food and drink.
Walking through The fabulously restored Georgian facade of the ‘Mayfair Townhouse’ guests are transported back to the grand era of Edwardian hotel service, mixed with a dash of Art Deco style, stirred with 21st century luxury, resulting in a memorable cocktail of experiences. The Iconic Hotel group should be applauded for opening this ground breaking hotel despite the challenges of the past year. Staff are exceptional, clearly hand-picked to create a welcoming, casual, yet ultimately professional atmosphere where guests instantly feel at home and yet realise from the outset that they are in for a special treat during their stay. We were greeted by Mitchum and Barbara who introduced us to the facilities of the hotel and invited us to have a drink in the exquisite Dandy Bar whilst we waited for our room to be ready. We can highly recommend the artichoke croquettes, and arincini balls as a stunning appetiser to accompany The Dandy, cocktail itself. On arrival to our room (414) itself, we were equally impressed with space, natural light, furnishings, decor and exquisite detailing. Large sash Windows, dressed with beautiful fabrics continued the Art Deco styling through a contemporary and sleek interpretation. Even the generous bathroom had a sash window and subtle luxuries such as a heated wall for towels. The highlight of the stay however has to go to the sumptuous bedding, towels and dressing gowns - exceptional quality, making for a perfect nights sleep. Next morning, the breakfast again maintained the high standards, with the quality of produce matching the expectations set by the bedding. There were a few hiccups with staff getting used to service procedures as it was still the hotels first week, however nothing that won’t be ironed out. My only slight disappointment was around the highly hyped complimentary minibar including ‘Dandy Tipples’ which included numerous quality mixers but no actual alcohol to mix with them. Either reduce the hype and expectations or leave a gin to mix with the fabulous tonics. Overall a wonderful and memorable stay, and a welcome reprieve from the realities of the past months. It is tragic that the hotel will be restricted by further Tier 3 restrictions after only 2 weeks in operation, but i am sure their resolve and professionalism will still be there next year and I highly recommend a visit to experience the Mayfair Townhouse before everyone discovers its delights and you can’t get a room.
Firstly my wife and I must praise the staff, from reception, Bar, Breakfast restaurant and not forgetting house services. We had a three night B and B stay in a comfortable room with a great bathroom, especially the shower. We dined in on our first night and tried the Indian food. The menu was very limited on choice of starters and main courses, but what we chose was very nice and we enjoyed. On looking at the restaurant general menu it appeared very basic with nothing that would entice you in for a meal, so we ate out for the other two nights. The hotel is in a great location, close to Piccadilly, Covent Garden, Hyde Park and the great pubs in Shepherds market . Would definitely return.
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, 10 Curzon Street by Mansley Serviced Apartments is located in London, 700 metres from Buckingham Palace. Piccadilly Circus is 900 metres from the property.All units include a flat-screen TV. There is also a kitchen, equipped with an oven and microwave. A toaster and fridge are also available, as well as a kettle. Every unit features a private bathroom with bathrobes. Towels are offered.Piccadilly Theatre is 900 metres from 10 Curzon Street by Mansley Serviced Apartments, while Oxford Street is 900 metres away. The nearest airport is London City Airport, 14 km from the property.
This area is very convenient and the surrounding old houses and apartments are not cheap. They are often full. Apartment No. 44 is 1 bedroom and 1 living room. The same owner, 2 bedrooms and 1 living room across the street, is cleaned daily and the decoration is elegant and clean. , Complete kitchen utensils, electric stove, electric kettle, no microwave, one bedroom shared room, two aisles are kitchenettes, living room with double sofa less than 140cm, extra bed can be added but additional charge is 35 (even if you specify three people staying) There is also a charge, which is different from most apartment hotels, this price), the elevator is very old movie style,
There are restaurants in the surrounding restaurants, and I went to Buckingham Palace on my legs to see exercises, Hyde Park, Thames Cruise, Westminster Cathedral,
Buy another Londonpass, it's raining, see the tour bus (don't go wrong, you can only choose a company car, valid for 24 hours), listen to the Chinese channel on the car and explain along the way, you must lie down;
Went to the West End Theatre for a show and Chinese food in Chinatown ("Emei Yipai" Sichuan cuisine for two days), a pure 20-minute walk through London streetscape.
Supermarkets are really cheaper than Hong Kong. Chicken thighs are six 1.3 fat, marinated with six paprika peppers, steamed in the kitchenette, a roll of oatmeal bought in the supermarket, the braces girl said it was tender and beautiful, and there was no scum! Strawberry 🍓2 is fat and a box is so delicious. Life in central London is beautiful for a few days.
There is a toll parking lot nearby that collects 40 fats for one out of 24 hours, and adds 2 fats for one out, 10 fats for one hour, so you must never drive yourself in the urban area. There is a congestion fee from Monday to Friday.
One day, in a hurry, I took a taxi from the hotel entrance to the British Museum. I was still stuck there, and I got off the car a few hundred meters.
The last thing to say is the timely and intimate service of Ctrip online customer service. When you go out, you are not familiar with the situation. It is inevitable to solve the problem in time. There are no worries for so many years. So many times. , But online services are absolutely world-class.
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