Ratings based on 58 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 Room cleanliness
3.9 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby jax from wales
Posted Dec 27, 2013
Pros: Close to main Wimbledon high street with adequate hotel car parking which was free.
Cons: Found push flush for bathroom toilet difficult - someone with severe arthritis would struggle. Can't remember this being a problem previously.
Location: Handy for Wimbledon Theatre and Wimbledon Village and Common within walking distance
Hotel room small but adequate for our needs. Booked (and paid expedia) months in advance to ensure booking for Xmas however could have paid less booking direct with hotel so not such a good deal. However as a frequent visitor to Winbledon it is the closest to the amenities and the railway station. Have stayed previously and will do so again.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Good, slightly aged hotel, but central to WimbledoPosted Dec 10, 2013
A slightly dated hotel, but with a good car park and all you need in the room. No luxury, but basic and clean. Breakfast is extra, but good. Rooms at the front can be noisy, but ok if windows are kept shut.
for Personal Eventby A verified traveler
Posted Nov 25, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby fiona from isle of skye
Nice hotel and very close to amenitiesPosted Nov 15, 2013
Pros: Staff were excellent , especially reception staff, very helpful
Cons: Cleanliness of room and some atmosphere in the hotel... Felt very dreary, like a travel inn
Location: Excellent location
The rooms need revamped. The carpet in my room (117) was filthy at the edges ... I even wore socks in bed because I didn't want to walk on it barefooted
Recommendedby brighton86 from Brighton
great location - reasonable pricePosted Nov 12, 2013 on Hotels.com
stayed here as friend having a party in wimbledon, stayed in a club room, quite small but fine for a 1 night stay, and with parking too! very clean room and a short walk from the centre would use again
for Business Travelersby Neil from Spalding
Wimbledon BusinessPosted Nov 9, 2013 on Hotels.com
It is difficult to find rooms in Wimbledon at short notice. This hotel has reasonable parking but would be a 10 minute walk from underground stations. Some rooms suffer road noise so get a room at the rear if that worries you. Staff were helpful when asked.
by Eddie from Coventry
Misleading to say the least.Posted Nov 4, 2013
Cons: Don't call an Room "Executive" because it happens to be bigger than the rooms that must be tiny. Surely there are standards of an "Executive" room
Location: It was close to the Theatre, bars and restaurants.
I booked the Antoinette hotel and opted for an Executive Room with a king bed. Upon arrival I was ushered into a tiny car park with 1 space left which was extremely tight. Once checked in I made my way in the 2 foot square lift to my room. Expecting a pretty decent room I walked in to what seemed to be a box room. The TV had the usual freeview channels however approximately 70% of them had a jumping and freezing picture or couldn't even get a signal. There was no bath which I would have expected in an Executive Room. After an evening out I was in my room and I decided to see if I could get a snack or drink to my room. This was shortly after 11pm. I rang the reception number for over 30 minutes continuously and in all that time I had no reply. Breakfast both mornings were also a dismal failure. What was classed as the restaurant in fact was a room with some covered tables. Even though there was only 9 or 10 people in the restaurant both days, when I ordered eggs they took 15 minutes to arrive, I had finished my breakfast on day 1 before they arrived so the second day I ordered and waited 10 minutes to get my food. Still again I had finished before my eggs arrived. When I asked the reception on checkout what made the rooms Executive the answer was "Because they are bigger than our normal rooms" and I was told Room service finished at 10pm. What kind of Room service is that? And the fact that the rooms are bigger that the tiny rooms doesn't make it an Executive Room-
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Not a good start!Posted Oct 29, 2013
Unfortunately, the room was double booked. We felt so sorry for the poor couple who was occupying the room when we put the key we were given in the door. Very embarrassing for us all! However, reception staff were extremely apologetic and we were giving complimentary drinks and breakfast. Hopefully the hotel will learn from this and check their bookings in future.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from San Antonio, TX
Great location if you are walking.Posted Oct 26, 2013
Location: Train station and metro line close by. Surrounded by great places to eat.
Great staff and a nice room. Best shower pressure ever! King size bed not an American King size...more like a Queen.
for Getaway With Friendsby Amber W. from USA
Not bad, not greatPosted Sep 19, 2013 on Hotels.com
The best part of the hotel was the breakfast. I had two different rooms during my stay (a Standard and Superior room). The carpets in both rooms were a bit dingy and I preferred the spaciousness of the Superior room. I found the rooms to be exceptionally cold and no ability to adjust the thermostat most likely due to the time of year. The morning staff was quite helpful whereas the evening staff seemed as if my group and I were inconveniencing them. We were denied seating at the attached restaurant (I had a group of 11) until they discovered we were hotel guests. The wi-fi (while free) was sporatic at best; I found myself continually having to log back on to the network in order to use it. The mattresses were also exceptionally hard. Pros include: conveniently located near local shops and eateries as well as the Wimbledon underground station for a quick 20 minute ride into Central London. The price of both types of rooms was also a plus.