Hotels Near The Sterling In London
0.18km from downtownA new statement of luxury in the heart of the city, Pan Pacific London integrates design with comforts, indulgence with Asian hospitality. A modern urban retreat designed by Yabu Pushelberg, it is centrally located in Bishopsgate and a 2-minute walk from Liverpool Street Station.The hotel features 237 guestrooms and suites; two restaurants and two bars; a patisserie; a wellbeing floor with treatment rooms, sleep pods, a well-equipped gym and fitness area plus a wellness café and indoor infinity pool; two floors of meeting rooms and event spaces as well as the largest ballroom in the square mile.
0.25km from downtownI had to come to London for a meeting and was leaving very early the next morning to go to work in Wales so a great place to just wake and get on the tube straight to Paddington. One of the managers Marina facilitated an early check in for which I was most grateful as I was checking out at 7am! I was given the Brick Lane Room which was amazing and great decor and bathroom and water by the bed and even Sky Sports! I would and hope to stay here again in a heartbeat....and a great bar if you fancy a nightcap....next time I will be there for breakfast! Thank you guys!
0.32km from downtownIt is well-located in central London The flat is well-equipped, spacious and luxury.
0.32km from downtownThe hotel is located next to the subway station. It is convenient for financial institutions, sightseeing or not. Room air conditioning can only be up to 24 degrees, a bit cold, not as good as the previous Charing Cross and Sofitel, Charing Cross is only a four-star, but the bathroom has floor heating, and the place to hang the towel is electric pole, warm. Sofitel can be adjusted to at least 26 degrees, so I am not satisfied with this. The rooms are more design and the furniture is not cheap. Towels and the like, Europe may have to ask for your initiative to change. But Sofitel is taking the initiative to change it every day. Slippers are provided, the bath is Ren, the front desk and lobby are serviced in a timely manner, mini fridge snacks are free, capsule coffee is free, bubble water is enough, generous. Breakfast was not used at the hotel. Overall, the children are not recommended to live here, business travel is no problem.
0.35km from downtownI travel to London on average every month, but with this trip being a mix of business and pleasure I was looking for something nice but affordable enough to book PA. I knew the Counting House pub well and indeed I was hosting an Xmas lunch there, so spotting a good deal I took a worthwhile bet to stay here. I will say one negative- on arriving the lift said "out of order" and I had to walk up the narrow stairs with a heavy bag. Arriving at the check in I expressed frustration to be told by a disinterested fellow "oh it does work, you just have to jiggle the door". Right mate, and how do your newly arrived guests know that? However, the perfect location, well appointed rooms, comfortable bed, and complimentary mini bar items more than made up for this false start. Everything was spotlessly clean, and the Marshall sound system was a nice touch. Honestly I would pick this any day over the Langham, the Landmark, the Westbury, or the Mayfair (all of which I stayed in the last 12 months). And the pub is a ripper to boot...
0.37km from downtownNot a very pleasant period of accommodation experience, the main reason is that the service is not very good. When I arrived at the hotel, I wanted to check in early in the morning. We received a white brother. The attitude is not bad. It can be checked at around 12 noon. Later, I went around for 2 hours....I arrived at the hotel at about 1 pm and received a small African- or Latino child. The attitude was very poor. I said that I had to wait until after 3 pm to stay. So we went out again and went back to the hotel at 2:45 and were told that it was necessary to stay at 3 o'clock before the communication, and the communication was also invalid.... It was later irritating that a white person behind us checked in directly to the room card.. .... The hotel is a subway station downstairs. It is quite convenient, but the whole area is not very good. There is an afro-american area nearby. At night, the elevators are often seen as drunken people. It looks like a hotel. Upstairs bar down
0.37km from downtownHotel location is very good, very close to the liverpool streat train station, walk for ten minutes. There are a lot of bus stops around, and the subway station is not far away. It is very convenient to travel. It was a little expensive for breakfast. The three of us spent 40 pounds and didn't have enough to pay for the service. It was a bit of a loss. Go out and turn left at the traffic light. There is a small supermarket. There are hot dogs in it. It can be used as breakfast. Opposite is a pedestrian street market, with bars and downstairs Argentine restaurants, all good.
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0.4km from downtownThe English breakfast is good. Hotel facilities are average and cannot compare those of Indigo in China. It is like a 3.5-star hotel. The price is really high. Transportation is very convenient. It's very close to the Tower of London and the London Bridge.
0.41km from downtownStayed in the Heather Terrace on the 31st July. Room was okay but was really the terrace and location that made it good. Few issues that I wasn’t happy with: the fire door which is the entrance to the heather terrace suite gets stuck on floor and does not close on its own the way it’s suppose to, instead it requires force. The terrace light was also not working during my stay which was frustrating as I had booked this room specifically for the terrace but felt I couldn’t use it at night without the light. I rang to report the issues but there was no answer so I had to leave it until the morning. Once I had actually gotten through them in the morning, the man I had spoken to on the phone didn’t seem to understand that having a fire door that is not up to the required standards is not acceptable. Despite the faults, I tired to book again for the 1st August as the hotel I had booked for the following night had cancelled my booking and I was told that the room was already booked even though it was available to book on hotels.com. So I booked the Jacobson Suite instead - big mistake. On booking.com, the room appears to have a private balcony however upon checking it I realised it was a communal balcony area shared by 4 rooms which was not pictured online. This room was inadequate, appeared so much smaller than pictured, and had not been cleaned properly since the previous guest as the floor was dirty and covered in bits. It is not acceptable to not clean the rooms throughly between guests during the COVID-19 pandemic. I refused to stay in that room as a result and had to find and book another last minute in London, and lose out on the money I had spent on that room. Would avoid booking again in the future
0.42km from downtownWith a location in the heart of London’s financial centre, Motel One London – Tower Hill offers designer hotel accommodation. Free WiFi is accessible throughout.Rooms at Motel One London are air conditioned and en suite with a shower. Each stylish rooms comes complete with a flat-screen TV and a hairdryer.Breakfast can be purchased separately, and there is an on-site bar. The eclectic bars and eateries of Brick Lane are less than 1 mile away, whilst the nightlife of Shoreditch and Hoxton is a 15-minute bus ride from the hotel.Tower Bridge and the Tower of London are just 0.5 miles from Motel One London. Aldgate Underground Station is a 3-minute walk from the hotel, and from there Heathrow Airport can be reached in just over 1 hour.
0.44km from downtownThe location is very good, less than five minutes walk from the subway station. The service attitude is also very good. Breakfast is not optional, but it tastes good. The rooms are large and very hygienic.
Very Good99 Reviews
0.45km from downtownIt's only a 3-minute walk from Tower hill station, with easy access to Tower Bridge and Tower of London. However, I had already paid for 4 nights and it was a bit embarrassing that it was 3 days when I checked in. It was absurd to say that it didn't include breakfast. I checked it again. I was embarrassed at the front desk. It was the first time I checked in. Breakfast was good and ok. Room condition was small but the room was neat. After 4 nights, some days lacked towels, some days I didn't change shampoo and rinse, and housekeeping wasn't meticulous.
Hotels Near The Sterling In London Review
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I chose this place to walk to the British Museum. The most basic room type may be set. The room is the size of an express hotel, but the facilities are OK and the bedding is comfortable. The hotel is extremely noisy. There are people who drink in the lobby from morning to night. I am also a person who likes to pub, but the privacy of the hotel is not satisfactory. What about the service, the reception and room service are good and very welcoming. The breakfast restaurant didn't order for half an hour. The waiter who ordered the order didn't place the order. A handsome man who seemed to be a manager quickly got the meal after getting it. It also waived the cost and gave a good comment. ps, breakfast is really hard to eat, it is the most unpleasant eggs Benedict I have ever eaten ...
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
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.
Close to renting children's school, not bad
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.
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.
First off I enjoyed my stay here and would probably stay here again,as it's a great location, however this is not the place that will suit everyone. If you like partying and sleeping in crowded dorms ,this is the spot for you ,however be warned its damned noisey till 2am, on weekends at least ,I stayed on the top floor at the end of a hall so no one was passing my door at night ,so it was quite in that respect.the window was overlooking the alley way which was packed with noisey party people drinking smoking and generally letting rip on the weekend. The bunk beds were fine and the room was clean and tidy if a tad spartan. I feel there are not enough toilets and showers available for the morning rush as everyone gets ready to go out and explore. I liked the beer in the bar and the breakfast was pleasantly filling ,I would reccomend you make your self a toasted cheese ham and tomato sandwich or two ,this will keep you going all day if needs be . Some people might find the winding stairs a bit hard going after a night on the booze and the top bunks are a tad tricky too even if sober. The storage cages are a good idea but I felt a little shelf or basket might be handy for the top bunk to store water bottles and personal items. Hope you found this useful
Convenient transportation, very clean, consistent with the picture of the goods, nearby such a row of low-rise rooms, a number of hotels together on the road. Soundproof in general, live on the third floor can clearly hear the car downstairs and the door next door, but this time the residents are consciously kept quiet, can hear the weak laughter in the compartment. The household is basically a foreigner, English service. Single rooms are cost effective, small and beautiful for single travel. There is a wardrobe, clothes rack, full-length mirror, dressing table chair (mirror), heating, bathroom without bathtub, transparent shower, large towels, small towels, cups, body wash (single bag). Breakfast is on the first floor, from 7:30 to 9:00, there is no choice of meals, basic models, full of food, less than two people need to fight table.
I have lived in this hotel many times in London in the past few years, and I feel at home. The bedroom and bathroom of the suite are spacious and comfortable; the public area is elegant and elegant; the staff is courteous and courteous. The restaurant on the B1 floor has changed its name and menu. The quality of the dishes is still of a high standard. It is recommended to have a chance to taste a selection of Sirloin steak and fried salmon. It is delicious!
There is nothing to say about the sanitation of the equipment. It is one of the best in the hotel. The room layout is quite satisfactory. The details of the guest rooms are highlights. There is no special place for breakfast.
The boat was absolutely stunning, the room was lovely , but the services was terrible . Went to have a drink in the bar I
waited 40 minutes for someone to come over to take my order then waited another 20 to get my drink , asked for a food menu at 10pm got the menu at 10.25pm to be told food stops in 5 minutes, so I had to explain I had waited nearly 30 minutes for the menu , many people complained this night and also got up and walked out as drinks was taking far to long , too pay over £200 a night you expect more
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!
This hotel is one of the branded hotels of SMART HOSTELS in London, UK. Great location in the heart of London, 1 minute from Bayswater subway station, 3 minutes from Queensway underground station, and a musical in the West End of London. It feels more relaxing... Breakfast is served, breakfast is small, but it feels nutritious Milk and honey are available. I am booking a ten-person room; I am worried that people will be noisy and sleep well; the result is like living in a room independently. The lights are off at ten o'clock in the evening. Everyone is very conscious; during the day, the room is very quiet; the hostel room Quiet slogans are attached to the door and bed. My room does not have a bathroom, but there are a lot of public baths, basically no waiting, public baths are also relatively clean. The floor is a bit high, I live on the fourth floor, climbing the stairs is a little hard; but go out, what is this bitter! The people who live in the hostel are a little miscellaneous, and the valuables must be kept safe. Don't take it lightly; I have lost a pair of high-quality velvet trousers in this host because of the intention. The above comments are for reference only and I wish you a pleasant trip!
I stayed in a twin room with breakfast, the room was not large, but it was not too crowded for two people, and there was some space for luggage, and it was acceptable in such a good location. Only 5 minutes away from Kensington Park, walk through the park to the three major museums such as the Natural History Museum and walk for about half an hour, walk to Paddington Railway Station for 10 minutes, there are many buses and subway stations nearby, and go to various popular Attractions are basically within half an hour. Breakfast was simple ham and cheese slices and toast with coffee tea and fruit milk, not ample but full. If it is a bed in a multi-bed room, you have to eat in another place. I don't know what the quality is. There is no hair dryer in the room, which can be borrowed from the front desk.
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.
Based on this price, the hotel is very good, the room is not small, the cleaning is very clean every day, there is a kettle, hair dryer, the front desk is very warm, when we went, Shakespeare had no room, so arranged in the next door of dolphin, both are a family The breakfast is Western-style. There are bread bacon and scrambled egg cheese. You can sandwich yourself. There are butter and jam on the table, as well as oatmeal, cake, rice pudding (somewhat sweet), and some canned fruits, no fresh fruit, cold drinks. There is water orange juice milk, hot drinks have hot cocoa, hot water, tea, coffee, etc. Oatmeal with milk soaked if you feel ice, add some hot water, it will dilute a little milky taste but okay. The location is right next to Paddington Station, there is a Burger King McDonald's and a convenience store nearby, it is convenient to travel. The only point of deduction may be that the restaurant service is not too warm, standing at the door of the kitchen is always ready to collect the dishes you have finished.
I really liked this hostel. Very friendly, kind and helpful staff, specially the main manager who's usually there. The breakfast was also perfect.
The location of the hotel is excellent and the service is very bad! First of all, two people with a 4-year-old child can not stay in the so-called super-bed type, the hotel will let you upgrade, each £ 220 per day, and tell you that you can send two breakfasts to you, you have agreed, At 12 o'clock in the afternoon, your child is already asleep, the hotel will not give you the room right away, let you wait until 3 o'clock in the afternoon, you can tell the hotel to discuss the situation, if you have no upgraded room type, you can give me The original room type, the hotel told you that you can not stay, set the two to stay, bring the child is three people, must upgrade, or can not live three people, I said, well, please give me a room Booked room type, my husband can't live, can you always? The front desk went to the back to find the manager. The manager immediately said that the room with a price of 220 pounds can be given to you in 15 minutes. I further confirmed that I originally booked a room of 33 square meters. If you add 229 pounds, it must be a room of 52 square meters, and send breakfast for 3 people. The front desk confirms that there is no problem. Finally, the check-out still charges for one day's breakfast. Finally, After a theory, I returned. Having said that, the service is good, everyone has the final say, in short, I will not go to live again, too much trouble, this service is too cumbersome! After staying for two days, we went to Rosewood, which was cheaper, better service, and uniquely located. It also gave children extra beds for free. In short, this hotel is too proud, no human touch, find ways to let you add money to upgrade! Upgrade does not provide good service! Never go to live again, everyone should be cautious! However, the couple still recommended to live, the room is more modern, the floor is very comfortable!
It is suitable for a poor person like me to travel poorly. If the economic conditions are better, it is not recommended to live. After all, all kinds of environments are not good, especially when I sleep at night I wear headphones, I can still fall asleep, and I have high requirements for sleep. Don’t think about it. There are many people, many of them are poor people live or beggars, and many Indians and Arabs speak loudly and loudly. Every day in the dining area, you can see them eating disgusting things they made. , And many of them eat in a common pot! Incredible! Breakfast is 2 pounds per person. It is a variety of whole grains, bread slices and milk, water, and coffee, as well as strawberry jam, chocolate jam and butter. The room should not be able to add an extra bed. Because of its size, management should also have minor problems. One day, someone who doesn't know sleeps in my bed. I asked the security and the front desk to help solve it. The storage cabinet outside is 3 pounds. There is no charge when you live, and you will be charged after you leave the store. There is no parking lot, not suitable for bringing children, the location is super good! There are everything nearby, supermarkets, restaurants, bars. I am a museum fan, so my personal requirement is to stay close to the British Museum, so I can still take it here.
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 have more relaxed room requirements. I think as long as the bedding is relatively clean1, I am more satisfied with a separate bathroom. For some reason, I had to leave Shakespeare, move down from the top floor, check out, and wait three hours to check in with the dolphin. This time it's good, it's arranged on the first floor 884. The space is larger than Shakespeare's 441, and the bed is more comfortable.
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.
In order to go to this hotel booked by the Royal Observatory, the hotel is actually an apartment. We were four, exactly one big bed and a living room sofa (foldable sofa bed), there was a microwave oven, plates, bowls, etc. in the room, but we could see that none of the kitchenware! dry! net! The rain and water are not good, and it is not worth the price given by it. Fortunately, the quilt pillow towel is still clean. It's really not far from the observatory. I can walk with my child for ten minutes. I pass by Ibis, and when I see the appearance of ibis, I regret why I didn't decide Ibis. The front desk service changed three people from us checkin to out, two are Polish or Russian, one is African-American, has an accent in English, the service is cold, asks the bus station and other questions, one asks three unknowns ...
The breakfast is rich. The location of the hotel is convenient for traveling. There is a subway leading to the urban district of London. If you are bringing your child, you can ask for an extra bed. There are Chinese restaurants near the hotel.
Breakfast is the same every day, but it's quite rich. Coffee is cooked and it is better. The fixed family room, two 1.5-meter beds, the bed is soft and moderate, very comfortable. There is a bathtub in the room, no toothbrush slippers. It is the most comfortable bed in my 16-day trip. The location is not downtown, but the subway bus is super convenient. Supermarkets and small restaurants are also quite a few. There are not many people on the road, the environment is clean, and the night is quiet. Our family of three lives very well. The front desk is also very friendly. There are not many guests and the service is very fast. The appearance of the building looked broken, but it was OK. Very clean. There is a parking lot, but it is estimated to be expensive.
I am very satisfied with this Novotel, with good quality and low price, although it is a little bit, but it is very convenient to take the subway. Hammersmith is only a few hundred meters from this hotel. Heathrow Airport is only 2.8 pounds by direct subway to Hammersmith, and the Hammersmith & city line is particularly convenient to Paddington Railway Station and Baker Street. The matching sofa can be opened as a bed, and children under 16 stay and eat breakfast for free, which is great! Breakfast is very rich, full breakfast, you can eat anything at noon, breakfast starts at 6:30, for those who rushed to the train early to eat breakfast before leaving. After 7:30 a lot of people eat breakfast, but there are a lot of seats, do not feel particularly crowded, and breakfast supply can keep up. Fruit yogurt has all kinds of meat sausages. The decoration is small and fresh, the public areas are great, and there is no cost to store luggage. The disadvantage is that the shower is standing in the bathtub, which is a bit cramped, and the bath water is not particularly large. It is very convenient to eat around, there are many places to eat in Hammersmith Station, supermarkets are cheap, and there are many restaurants and bars on the Hammersmith city line exit.
We wanted somewhere chic but inexpensive to stay for a few days in London. The Rockwell was a great choice - lovely large room with its own, private terrace and only a five minute walk to Earl's Court rube station. The restaurant was closed whilst we were there due to the coronavirus but we were able to sit outside in a secluded terrace area and enjoy a few drinks. Roxana at reception was really friendly and so helpful. We'll definitely return.
Hotel location is especially good! Easy to travel, the subway to King's Cross Railway Station and Paddington Railway Station are very convenient! Walking to Oxford Street and Regent Street are not far away! The hotel is a bit old, but the facilities are complete, clean and hygienic, the breakfast is not much variety, the taste is good, can eat! The hotel is surrounded by small streets, no noisy, not far from walking, you can also drink and eat on the street! Really feel convenient, go live next time!
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