I decided to spend one night by myself the day after celebrating my 51st Birthday and l must say it was so nice. The staff left a bottle of wine and the double bed was so comfortable.
I have stayed on the hotel many times and l plan to return.
Traveller from Bromley Kent Uk
Located in City of Westminster, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Covent Garden Market and King's College …More
Was in town for 5 days with friends for sightseeing, museums, theatre and restaurants. We could not have picked a better location. Royal Horseguards is perfectly situated near Westminster, Traflagar Square, the National Gallery, the Courtould, the Tate Britain, the Theatre District, and Charimg Cross neighborhood and restaurants. We could walk to 80% of the tourist/theatre places we wanted to go.
The staff are very friendly and willing to help. For example, I arrived at 10 am, way before checkin time, and the front desk staff worked hard and were resourceful in finding me a room to check into 6 hours early.
The room was ok, but the tv/sound system (there is an elaborate speaker setup) in my room did not work properly. The public areas are a bit tired looking and need some updates. This is a perfectly nice hotel in a fantastic location, but it is not comparable to other 5 star properties. I don't think it merits that category.
Traveller from Maryland, USA
Located in City of Westminster, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Nelson's Column, Big Ben, and Coca-Cola …More
I stay here on arrival and departure from London.The rooms are spacious,comfortable ,clean and quiet.The staff are friendly,knowledgable and accommodating .Food and drink available by room service and the restaurant .Transportation is easy by Hoppa bus,free London transport or taxi.
Traveller from Toronto
This contemporary low-rise is across from Heathrow Airport and two kilometers from Stockley Park, Europe's largest commercial …More
Conveniently located for both Stansted and Luton airports, and just 20 minutes on the train from King's Cross station, Hatfield is an archetypal commuter town. However its history dates back to Saxon times and there are several interesting buildings to be seen: Hatfield House is a magnificent stately home, while the Church of St Ethelreda and The Old Palace are both noteworthy.