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St. Ermins Hotel, Autograph Collection - London Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

St. Ermins Hotel, Autograph Collection

Caxton Street 2, London - Map
 
 
"Excellent hotel."
Enjoyed the stay. Great staff and service. Room very nice an great amenities
Traveller from NC
Once a monastery, this newly refurbished hotel is set on a side street 1 block from Westminster Abbey and the Houses of …More
Park International Hotel - London Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$195

Park International Hotel

117 - 129 Cromwell Road, London - Map
 
 
"perfect location"
The location is perfect. Right between Paddington and Victoria station which makes it easy to use the airport express from Heathrow or Gatwick. Cab fare is between 12-17euros to the hotel from these stations. The Gloucester Station is just a short walk (two blocks) away. So easy to get around all of London from this station. Grocery store, drug store, pubs, restaurants, Paul (great pastries, breakfast fare and lunch offerings, and coffee), Cafe Nero (great coffee and pastries as well). And superb neighbourhood pub, Hereford Arms. The chef goes beyond the normal pub fare with some of the dishes. Just a 10 minute walk left from the Hotel is a section of great neighbourhood restaurants. The Little French Restaurant is exactly what it says, "little" but great food at reasonable prices, wine was great as well. The mom and pop Italian restaurants right across the street. Walking distance to Hyde Park which is a great way to spend an afternoon, with a picnic basket from Paul's. The people in the Hotel are very friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. My second time staying here. This will always be my go to place because it is clean and convenient. We decided this time to take the deluxe room, and were upgraded to the jr. suite. A very nice surprise after trecking through Tuscany for two weeks. Standard rooms are small though, but really, how much time are you going to spend in your room?
Traveller from Calgary, Aberta, Canada
Located in upscale South Kensington, this London hotel is 3 blocks from Kensington High Street, and within 2 km. of Hyde …More
Kingsway Hall Hotel - London Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Kingsway Hall Hotel

66 Great Queen Street, London - Map
 
 
"Hotel in the theater district."
Good location for almost everything. Very close to the British Museum, right in the theater district. Hot water, clean and comfortable.
Traveller from Virginia Beach, VA, USA
This contemporary London hotel with a classical façade is located two blocks from Covent Garden and within walking distance …More
The Cumberland - London Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

The Cumberland

Great Cumberland Place, London - Map
 
 
"Good but!"
Good hotel and clean but the service was not that Much good , so if you're searching for good and clean hotel go with it
A Traveller
Located in London City Centre, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Marble Arch and Selfridges. Hyde Park and …More
Club Quarters Hotel, Trafalgar Square - London Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Club Quarters Hotel, Trafalgar Square

8 Northumberland Ave, London - Map
 
 
"Fabulous London location"
So many things to do in the area and very close to a Tube stop. I booked a standard room (versus a club level room) as there were going to be 2 of us and for central London the size of the room was wonderful. It was clean and the decor was outstanding. As with pretty much any hotel I have ever been in, the soundproofing between floors was not fabulous as we could here the person above us walking around. The reason that I did not give the hotel a 5 rating was that Club Quarters are known for there extra perks (I have stayed at several of them around London) and this location had none of these perks. Each location normally has coffee and tea machines in the lobby along with fruit and snacks, etc. There was a room with computers to use but the setup is odd in that you have to come down the elevator, cross the lobby and go up another elevator to get to them. I was travelling with my mother who is an avid coffee drinker but since there was no coffee available I had to get dressed each morning to go out into the cold to get her a coffee. I will stress again, though, the size and decor of the room and location were outstanding.
Traveller from Massachusetts
Located in the heart of London, this hotel is within walking distance of Benjamin Franklin House, Trafalgar Square, and …More
Lansbury Heritage Hotel - London Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Lansbury Heritage Hotel

117 Poplar High Street, London - Map
 
 
"Luxury hotel, very close to Canary Wharf & DLR"
Beautiful new hotel on Poplar high street and very reasonably priced (cheaper than Travelodge for the same night). Easy access to Canary Wharf, Greenwich, the O2, Excel, etc. DLR station to take you into the city just over the road. Few teething issues on check-in - £25 refundable deposit required, weren't able to take on either of our cards (not sure whether this is because they were debit not credit cards) - no fuss as had cash, but might have been an issue had we not. Otherwise rooms were beautiful and comfortable. We didn't have breakfast or use any of the spa services as only stayed one night, but was a great facility to have.
Traveller from Exeter
Located in Canary Wharf, this luxury hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Excel Exhibition Centre, O2 Arena, and Tower of London …More
Royal Garden Hotel - London Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
$430

Royal Garden Hotel

2-24 Kensington High Street, London - Map
 
 
An awesome hotel with great access to Kensington Palace and Hyde Park
A Traveller
1960s-built London hotel located on bustling Kensington High Street, 55 yards from Kensington Palace and Gardens and Hyde Park.More
St Martins Lane - London Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

St Martins Lane

45 St Martin's Lane, London - Map
 
 
"Outstanding Hotel"
Absolutely outstanding hotel, loved everything about it. Highly recommended, staff were very attentive. Stayed for my birthday, was given a complimentary birthday bottle of Prosecco, which was a lovely touch.
Traveller from Bromley
Located in the West End theater district, this dramatically designed boutique hotel is next to the London Coliseum, home of …More
Thistle Trafalgar Square Hotel - London Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Thistle Trafalgar Square Hotel

Whitcomb Street, London - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel great location"
Hotel very clean and staff professional. Room small but clean and comfortable. Walking distance to many London sites.
A Traveller
Located in London City Centre, this hotel is steps from Her Majesty's Theatre, National Gallery, and Trafalgar Square …More
Club Quarters Hotel, St. Paul's - London Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Club Quarters Hotel, St. Paul's

24 Ludgate Hill, London - Map
 
 
"Club Quarter St Paul's"
We had stayed here some years ago and as we had planned to visit St Paul's, it made sense to re-visit. We were upgraded to a Premier Room (for some unknown reason) which contained a small suite and kitchen, so needless to say we were pleased with the room. The location is good with a Tube Station a few hundred yards away and the Millenium Bridge with access to the South Bank is also a similar distance from the hotel. There are several eating establishments nearby offering a variety of cuisine. There was also a resident's lounge with free coffee and computer access. Overall, a very pleasant and enjoyable stay. If I had one very minor gripe, the bells of St Pauls woke me the first night but I can hardly say that it was totally unexpected.
Traveller from Ireland
Located in the courtyard of historic Stationers Hall, this club-like hotel is within walking distance of the Tate Modern, the …More

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