Ratings based on 13 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2.7 Room cleanliness
2.3 Service & staff
1.8 Room comfort
2.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Neke from Sydney, Australia
Its okPosted Nov 21, 2013
Pros: The staff were nice and helpful.
Cons: bathroom needs to be better maintained and mould removed from rooms.
Location: Close to Bayswater tube station and Whitley's shopping centre.
Nice hotel staff, however the bathroom and the room had mould in it. The hotel was close to Bayswater tube station and local shops which was handy, however the mouldy room and bathroom let it down. I would not stay there again.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Overpriced flea bag.....Posted Aug 7, 2013
Overpriced for the quality of the room. The communal bathrooms were oppressively small and cramped. The staff was preoccupied and disinterested. Just an awful experience.
for Everyoneby disenchanted from uk
awfulPosted Jul 11, 2013
Pros: The front door
Cons: Where to start?
Waste of money. Stay anywhere other than this hotel.
for Everyoneby Frank from Montreal
Satisfied customersPosted Jul 9, 2013
Pros: Very reasonable price in a great location.
Cons: The maid had the bad habit of leaving our bay windows open which gave unto a small balcony leading to other rooms meaning no security whatsoever.
Location: Excellent, central, close to everything.
This is the type of hotel you'd expect to find in the older parts of continental Europe. If you're looking for North American standards, don't go there but expect to have to pay $300+++ a night! If on the other hand you want that "old Europe" atmosphere at a very reasonable price close to many tourist sites and the subway, then you'll enjoy your stay. The staff members are very polite and try to be helpful albeit in a bit amateurish way. As quite often in these older small European hotels, there's practically no air circulation unless all windows are wide open, sound proofing is questionable but it adds to the experience. The rooms are small as expected and are made for the vacationers to sleep and shower, and a quick little breakfast downstairs before running back out into beautiful London. These are NOT staterooms to lounge in. There are many restaurants and pubs within a 5 minute walk and beautiful Hyde Park is just at the corner, a laundromat is 2 blocks (6-7 minute walk) away if needed. If on a budget and expecting to spend very little time in the room except to sleep and wash up, this is a good deal close to anything and everything. My wife and I often travel to Europe and rate it as a 2/5.
for Business Travelersby nkhosla
Posted Jun 24, 2013 on Hotels.com
Recommendedby A verified traveler
very badPosted Jun 23, 2013 on Hotels.com
Dirty, no air conditioning. Everything very old.
for Business Travelersby Kickback54 from NYC
A hostel not a hotelPosted May 29, 2013 on Hotels.com
A backpacker place in the 50 pond range. Shower and wc don't function properly, carpet looks linke fungus heaven. TVs size of a small computer screen. On the positive: wifi works, front desk staff was friendly. Reasonably clean.
for Everyoneby Shaw from Glasgow, Glasgow City, UK
Good Hotel and Location.Posted Apr 21, 2013
Pros: Friendly Staff
Cons: Reasonable Price
Location: Wonderful Vocation.
Very Friendly Staff. Excellent vicinity. Easy access to everywhere. 10 Mints to Oxford Street, 1 Mint Walk to Hyde Park. Shops and Restaurants next street. We will recommend this hotel to my family, friends and travel agents as well. Bayswater and Queensways metro stations half a mint walk.
for Everyoneby Linda from London, UK
Tiny room in a great locationPosted Apr 15, 2013
Cons: Size of the room
Location: So close to Hyde Park!
I stayed here for 4 nights in April, in between moving house. I work in London so didn't need to spend much time in the hotel room which is probably a good thing as the room was tiny! I had a single room on the 2nd floor and it literally was a single bed in a room and not much else. The bed was comfy,the tv worked fine and wifi was ok so that was good. The staff on arrival were friendly - I didn't meet any more staff and didn't have any breakfast so can't really comment on those. The location was great - I went for a run around Hyde Park after work and Bayswater is just round the corner so plenty of restaurants and shops to visit. The bathroom was tiny but clean. Overall, if you suffer from Claustrophobia , don't stay here, but if all you want is a (tiny) bed in a good location then it's fine.
for Business Travelersby David T
Don't waste your time or money on this hotelPosted May 28, 2012 on Hotels.com
First - check that the hotel doesn't cancel your booking without telling you. Second - don't get the basic single room. Third - the stairs are narrow and steep.