Hotels near The Duke of Sussex in Hounslow

Best hotels near The Duke of Sussex, Hounslow

4/5Very Good31 Reviews
2.74km from The Duke of Sussex
I stayed here for 3 nights with family for a wedding in Kew Gardens. It is only about 12 minutes walk from there and conveniently situated for the shops and railway station at Kew. We stayed in rooms 2, 3 and 7 on the 1st floor and rooms 16 and 17 on the 2nd floor. Room 3 was the largest room. There was some noise in the evening from the pub and street but nothing too bad at all. The breakfasts here are really good. We did have an evening meal on 2 nights. Unfortunately one of the vegetarian meals was not available so the choice was limited if you don't eat meat. The parking around the hotel is Permit only for week days and certain times of the day but weekend parking is not restricted. The hotel rooms are a little bit dated but they are very clean. We could not fault the staff, especially Ioannis who helped us check in and sort out our rooms and the owner, Lee. Everyone we met who worked there went out of their way to help us and could not have been nicer. We all enjoyed our stay at this hotel and would stay again if in the area.
3.4/530 Reviews
2.92km from The Duke of Sussex
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Kew Rooms offers accommodation in London, 4.4 km from Riverside Studios.Every room comes with a TV. You will find a kettle in the room. For your comfort, you will find free toiletries and a hairdryer.Hammersmith Apollo is 5 km from Kew Bed and Breakfast, while Olympia Exhibition Centre is 6 km from the property. The nearest airport is London Heathrow Airport, 12 km from Kew Rooms.
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
2.74km from The Duke of Sussex
Premier Inn London Kew Bridge is by the Thames, across the river from Kew Gardens. The M4 motorway and 2 Rail Stations are within 1 mile, and it has a garden terrace and restaurant.Heathrow Airport is a 15-minute drive from the hotel, while Brentford Rail Station provides 30 minute links to central London. Brentford FC’s Stadium is just 0.2 miles away.Premier Inn London Kew Bridge's rooms each feature comfortable beds, a satellite TV, work area and free tea and coffee. Each private bathroom has a power shower and hairdryer.Some rooms at this Premier Inn can take 2 adults and up to 2 children (under 16 years). The 2 children also get a free full breakfast when accompanied by an adult eating a full breakfast.The full all-you-can-eat breakfast has the expected cooked items, including vegetarian sausages, as well as a wide continental selection. The bar has 2 screens for sporting events.
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
3.79km from The Duke of Sussex
Near Richmond’s centre just 10 minutes’ walk from Richmond Rail and Underground Stations, this Premier Inn is located 800 metres from Kew Gardens. It offers modern rooms with king-size Hypnos beds, and an on-site restaurant.North Sheen Rail Station is only a 5-minute walk away, while nearby Richmond Underground Station provides links into central London via the District Line. Richmond’s charming shopping streets are just 10 minutes away by foot, while pretty Richmond Park is 500 metres away.Each bright room at Premier Inn Richmond includes a flat-screen TV, tea/coffee facilities and a work desk. The en suite bathroom features a hairdryer and free toiletries, and rooms also feature blackout curtains.The full all-you-can-eat breakfast includes cooked items, vegetarian sausages, and a varied continental selection. Hearty, traditional British cuisine is available in the Thyme Restaurant.
4.4/5Excellent33 Reviews
3.69km from The Duke of Sussex
Stayed one night whilst on a course with two colleagues. We were informed by the hotel staff that agency staff were being used due to some staffing issues. Checkin was ok and the on site parking made things easier for me. £14 for 24 hours in London is very reasonable with the option to add on hours at cost as required. The room on the main was slightly tired. Cracked floor tiles in the bathroom and soap dispensers hanging off the wall with loose screws. It was clean though. Comfortable bed and good size TV. Breakfast was a let down. Cold bacon, solid yolk fried eggs and no coffee. When the coffee machine was fixed the coffee did not look good. The restaurant manger explained she had only been employe for 1 week and the agency staff were obviously struggling to maintain high standards. Based on this stay I would t return however with better trained staff I would. I suppose we all need to learn however it shouldn’t be to the detriment of your core service- hospitality. That said the staff were all very friendly and polite.
4.4/5Excellent34 Reviews
2.69km from The Duke of Sussex
Great stay and a huge thanks to Sohni who was polite and helpful throughout my stay. It’s been a long time since I have met a dedicated hotel staff member. the hotel facilities were fantastic and the pool being the best! Thank you
4.2/5Very Good47 Reviews
2.75km from The Duke of Sussex
Because of the new crown epidemic, the breakfast was cancelled, and extra money must be added to book a packed breakfast! Anyway, there is a kitchen, I have done it myself for the past few days! There is a supermarket chain downstairs, some of which are commonly used! I travel by car. There is my own car park here. The charge is £15 per day, which is very cheap in Greater London! Next to the hotel is the Royal Botanic Gardens. It is a 15-minute drive from the hotel to Westfield, the largest shopping mall in London, which is really big! The brand is very comprehensive, there are many new things that are not available elsewhere!
4.9/5Perfect7 Reviews
2.89km from The Duke of Sussex
I rented a house in ealing, because the itinerary changes one day in advance, there is no way to check in one day in advance, so I found the nearest hotel for only one night. The location is good, next to the M4, the sound insulation is nice and quiet. The room was big enough and the beds were comfortable. There is an underground car park, 12 pounds 24 hours, very convenient. I started to give the room somehow why the smell of disinfectant is very heavy, and my eyes and throat are not comfortable. I changed it. There is a large garbage dump outside the window. It should be a vacant lot on the side of the construction site. It ’s a wolf. At night, it ’s curtains. Will be there.
4.9/5Perfect33 Reviews
4.02km from The Duke of Sussex
Before my arrival staff was very accommodating and extremely informative and clearly were so wanting to please, so much so I was really looking forward to my stay. On arrival through to departure, all staff couldn't do enough, a true credit to the management and the Hilton Group. Thank you Alex Burda; all your receptionists were exceptional with a very personal and yet professional attitude. Also a personal thank you to Jason for the extra help on the 12th........ I would also like to thank Subin, Guests Relations Manager who even pushed my friend's wheelchair, so very accommodating, that I am sure would not be found in other similar class hotels, guests matter so much at the Syon Park..... I even had an unexpected upgrade and a surprise of balloons and a door sign that it was my birthday, such a personal touch and such attention to detail. All this in addition to a feeling of space as the hotel is located within Syon Park, so a feeling of private parkland all to yourself and with a balcony overlooking the glorious gardens in London is a rarity and will be the only hotel I would return to in London. Thank you all the fantastic staff at the Hilton Syon Park, you made my holiday and really contributed to my birthday and hope to see you all again soon.....
5/5Perfect33 Reviews
1.08km from The Duke of Sussex
We stayed here for a week while visiting friends in the area. Chosen for its location and excellent proximity to public transport (tube and bus), there were lots of other benefits including a very comfortable bed, lots of seating/working areas in the lobby, and on-site parking (for an extra fee, but worth the peace of mind). There were also a handful of nettlesome features that kept me from assigning a 5-star rating. First - I could do without the breakfast upsell - lots of nearby coffee shops with more character for a fraction of the cost. Lighting in bathroom is extremely dim. The single printer in the "business area" was not working and, when I finally got it to work the next day, nearly out of ink. A promising outdoor area was not in use and seemed to have been decommissioned. And despite my specific request for a *FITTED* lower sheet on the bed, they continued to use a FLAT lower sheet that pulls out of place - found it harder to sleep on this rumpled mess. Not the world's greatest problems to be sure, but for the price they should be able to fix these. Overall, though, it more than met our needs and we would happily return.
4.8/5Outstanding7 Reviews
4.89km from The Duke of Sussex
The hotel is very new and the location is small, and the room is small. I have become accustomed to this kind of experience in London. The front desk was very enthusiastic to help solve the problem. Due to the itinerary change for four days, the room that was not canceled was immediately confirmed. It was also refunded under Ctrip communication. In a foreign country, both the hotel and Ctrip are as warm as winter.
4/5Very Good30 Reviews
5.16km from The Duke of Sussex
Around 15-20 minutes’ drive from Heathrow Airport, The Swan Inn Pub in Isleworth offers en suite rooms and free Wi-Fi access. This west London pub is 3 miles from Richmond Park and Kew Gardens.Each room has a flat-screen TV and tea and coffee facilities. Rooms have either an en suite or private bathroom, with shower and complimentary toiletries.The bar offers a wide range of cask ales and fine wines, along with morning coffee and snacks. Home-cooked meals are served throughout the day.Nearby Richmond is on the London Underground District Line with direct trains to Westminster, Earl’s Court and Victoria. The rugby ground at Twickenham and the Royal Mid-Surrey Golf Course are both within a 5-10 minute drive.

Reviews of Hotels near The Duke of Sussex in Hounslow

5/533 Reviews
We stayed here for a week while visiting friends in the area. Chosen for its location and excellent proximity to public transport (tube and bus), there were lots of other benefits including a very comfortable bed, lots of seating/working areas in the lobby, and on-site parking (for an extra fee, but worth the peace of mind). There were also a handful of nettlesome features that kept me from assigning a 5-star rating. First - I could do without the breakfast upsell - lots of nearby coffee shops with more character for a fraction of the cost. Lighting in bathroom is extremely dim. The single printer in the "business area" was not working and, when I finally got it to work the next day, nearly out of ink. A promising outdoor area was not in use and seemed to have been decommissioned. And despite my specific request for a *FITTED* lower sheet on the bed, they continued to use a FLAT lower sheet that pulls out of place - found it harder to sleep on this rumpled mess. Not the world's greatest problems to be sure, but for the price they should be able to fix these. Overall, though, it more than met our needs and we would happily return.
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4.7/535 Reviews
I was given a very bad room. There were still several steps from the bathroom. I went to the front desk and asked to change the room. The front desk said there was no room. Why didn't you give me a better room? Sure enough, I got up in the middle of the night and tripped on the toilet. And there was no phone in the room, so I went to the front desk to ask anything. The wifi signal disappears as soon as the room door is closed. If you want to use wifi, you cannot close the door. You can meet any strange flower,
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2.7/531 Reviews
I need to preface this with: I booked this 2 months ago for 3 people. We arrived via a side door, checked in and told our room is on the second floor. We weren't directed to stairs or a lift, we just had to find out own way. Once we made it up the four flights of stairs, we were greeted by a room with 2 beds.. But there are 3 of us! We immediately call reception to be told that they are looking into it and will call us back. We sit in our first (YES, FIRST) room for 20 minutes before chasing up with the reception staff. We are told that a colleague is on the way, Great! We meet him in the stairwell as we weren't sure he would be able to find us. He advises that there aren't any rooms as they are fully booked. But sir, we booked a triple room, 2 months ago, why was this not accommodated for at the time? He said that they had a potential room in the basement we can look at. We query if there are 3 beds, his response "just come and look". Again, we ask: Are there 3 beds though? - "Come and look, we can get you more blankets if you are happy with it". Sorry sir, excuse me? He then informs us that we can leave our bags in the HALL WAY. We are not leaving our belongings in the hallway. We go down 6 flights of stairs to the basement to be shown a studio flat with 1 double bed, a single bed in an office and... yes.. you guessed it.. a sofa. Ah, that is why he said he can get us extra blankets. We inform the member of staff that this isn't acceptable. He states that there are no more rooms. We reiterate that we booked this 2 months ago for 3 people and wonder why we haven't been accommodated. We are THEN told there is a room, but the lights don't work. We go in and the lights do work but one of the beds has been slept in, the toilet is dirty and used (as has the shower) and there are hand prints on the ceiling. The wifi also isn't reliable. We ask for 3 pillows - receive 2 (as the beds didn't have pillows). We tell the member of staff that the toilet is dirty and he says - quite flippantly - "well.. do you want me to come and clean it?" I'm sorry but he should be saying that he WILL come and clean it. The room has obviously been used and not cleaned at all. We are woken up by people walking up and down the corridor banging loudly (We are in the basement remember) and I am pretty sure someone tried to come in, but luckily we locked the door!
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3.8/537 Reviews
I'm very familiar and very comfortable with the ibis chain. I used their properties a lot, all over the world. The Budget brand does offer more sp**** service, but this particular property has veered away from a hotel model and more to a hostel environment. Considering the rates, that really isn't acceptable. The property is very new. A new build right in the heart of Hounslow. About a 30 minute bus ride from Heathrow or a 5 minute walk to the tube station. Just be aware that the Hounslow Central tube station has very steep steps and no escalator or lift access. If you have luggage, you're going to find that set up tricky for sure. The hotel staff are a bit of a mixture of helpful and friendly and surly and hostile. You don't know which you'll get. The reception area is also the breakfast room and they sell some food items out of breakfast time. Hot drinks can be bought after the breakfast window, but they are free during the breakfast service. Breakfast is reasonably priced for what there is. Bread, cereal, preserves, tea, coffee, juice, yogurt, pastries and cold meat/cheese. Some days there are apples and oranges, some days there is nothing fresh or healthy at all. Thankfully there is good security (the neighbourhood is a bit (but only a bit) dodgy) and you need a key to access the elevator. Masks are required in public areas, but most guests ignored this with seemingly no sanction from the hotel. Rooms a reasonably sized, but they are basic. Normal ibis budget format. Large bed, clean linens, good lighting. Nowhere for luggage or bags at all and a small space of hanging clothes. A small desk with a stool is the only sitting area. Bathroom is a large shower with good water pressure, a small basin and a separate toilet. The room comes with two towels and two small bars of soap. No shampoo or body wash for the shower. If you want shampoo, you have to bring your own or buy a tiny bottle for one pound from the hotel. Ludicrous. Shampoo is a basic hotel offering. Bringing your own is the rule of a hostel. This property is charging hotel rates, not hostel rates. Noise is tricky. You will hear all your neighbours above, below and each side. Again, more hostel like than hotel. Thankfully there is daily housekeeping. It may seem petty, but not providing shampoo is astonishing. I cannot recall any hotel anywhere in the world where I've been (and I've been to 84 countries) where I've ever been denied shampoo. Even in other ibis budget properties. If they want to be a hostel, then they need to charge hostel rates. Otherwise, this hotel largely delivers.
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3.1/538 Reviews
This hotel is a good ten minute walk from the Hounslow tube station, but it’s an easy and fairly pleasant one. There’s ‘first come first served’ car parking on site but there’s not many spaces, so bare that in mind in you’re arriving late. The check in process around 9:30pm wasn’t the most slick - there was only a single person working at reception and the need to request photo ID along with copying it in a back room delayed the process a lot. Also despite having had my credit card already charged for the stay, I had to present it again on a very slow machine to obtain the key. It’s a small reception area, not the most welcoming with all the covid screens in place, but the staff member was friendly enough. The restaurant area was empty on my arrival as well as the bar, which looked good but closes at 11:30pm. There’s a good number of lifts which are a decent size and served all the floors quickly with no need to wait. The communal areas were all clean, there’s some nice seating in the corridors and the decor is cosy and modern; not quite to the boutique level suggested in the marketing but enough to meet he four star standard the hotel has. I was in a single room on the fifth floor and on first impressions the room was pretty decent for the price. Cosy decor, spacious modern and clean. The single bed was placed against the wall with a bedside unit, with reading light and control of spotlights throughout the room. There was a tiny desk with chair at the window, overlooking the street, along with wardrobe and a large TV. A kettle was provided but the cupboard intended for a mini bar was devoid of a fridge. It was nice for a couple of bottles of water to be left on the desk though. There were two pillows provided, both of which were super thin and provided minimal support. The bed was comfortable enough but unfortunately the room was incredibly warm, with a window that couldn’t be opened and air conditioning which was practically pointless. At least there was no noise from the corridors or adjacent rooms. My biggest complaint about the room though is the fact there was only one electric socket, within the bar area for the kettle. Nothing by the bed, the desk had a single USB port, but that was it. Fortunately I didn’t have any devices needing charing but otherwise this would have been troublesome and made me worry with any need for an alarm. The bathroom was modern, clean and with a sizeable shower. The shower came hot instantly with both a rainforest head and hand held arm, and despite only a single towel being provided I could have no complaints. There was a small shelf in the shower area and toiletries were provided in small bottles all of decent quality. Only one towel was on the rack, but that’s expected in a single room. Overall it was a comfortable stay, but I used it as an airport stopover for which there are other options at the same price which don’t suffer with the small issues of lack of electric sockets, as well as being arguably
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4.4/534 Reviews
Great location, sad room. The hotel is really well located, close to Heathrow on a main roas with several shops/takeaways. There is limited parking, we did struggle to find a space on the Saturday evening. The room itself was the usual souless generic room. Was clean and tidy but very worn. As you can see my bedding was spotless clean, but that well used it was threadbare. The room had everything you needed, iron, trouser press, tea/coffee facilities. The Evelyn and crabtree toiletries are a nice touch. I booked a room that included wifi, I couldn't find the code and the queue was that long at reception every time i walked by over 2 days i never found it out. For me the bed was too hard, but I appriciate that is personal taste. If you just need somewhere for one night then this will do, I wouldn't return though. Breakfast was great, loads of choice and well cooked
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4/5115 Reviews
The check in staff were great, they were quick and offered a free drink as i waited. The hotel is extremely modern and is part of the Marriott group. They have a gym, food, bar and relaxing areas. Just 5 or 6 min drive from terminal 3. The rooms are fairly small but is still adequate as most people will prob only stay here for one night in transit. The room was clean and featured a nice bathroom, comfortable bed and large tv. Only negative things i can say is there was no toothbrush in room and parking is expensive at £12.50. Other hotels in the area are around £10 parking. But i would definitely stay here again in fact will be hotel of choice when transiting.
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3.6/53 Reviews
Everything is great. Staff is welcome.The room is cozy.
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3.1/534 Reviews
We stayed here for two nights, on arrival we were met by a friendly gentleman who signed us in and showed us where to go. As you walk through the door I was immediately impressed with how clean it was! The room was just what we needed, a bedroom and bathroom, both spotlessly clean. Tea and coffee provided, a fridge for your own things and a good tv. The guest house hs a secure car park so we felt relaxed about leaving our car and jumping On the tube which was a few minutes walk away. The staff were really friendly . I will definitely return here when I need to go to London, a lovely little gem in the midst of Hounslow .
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3.6/534 Reviews
The location is less than two minutes from the tube station. Although this stay is a double room type, but the bed is not large, and it is particularly soft, as long as it is slightly turned over, it will seriously affect another person. Because I stayed for three nights, I asked the front desk manager to change the room, because the bed type that I had just lived five days ago was a more comfortable hard bed. But the manager obviously said that all the rooms were full, and the beds in all the rooms were the same in hardness. Later, when I went out later in the evening, I saw from the outside of the hotel that many rooms did not turn on the lights. No one stayed. Although I did not maintain the mentality of being able to change the house, I really could not feel the sincerity of the hotel for the service of the guests. If it wasn’t just five days before I lived, I wouldn’t find such a big difference in the quality specifications of the bed. Even more, I came back to the room the next day and found that the so-called room finishing only flattened the quilt. Other cups like coffee and tea were not cleaned or changed, and no tea bags and coffee were added. The floor and toilet were also There is little garbage and it feels very bad. I really don't understand how to stay twice in a week, and there is such a big difference in feeling.
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4/58 Reviews
Hotel manager Dean went above and beyond for me when I was looking at getting an early check in. He was polite and helpful, clearly explained everything and even welcomed me back using my first name. Dean displays personalised customer service and is a true asset to the company.
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