Chose to stay here because of the proximity to Liverpool St station as we were only there for a night before going. The hotel room was lovely, facilities were good, though there wasnt an iron in our room, but I want to go back for the bath alone pure heaven. The in room breakfast was really tasty, plenty of beacon on the full english, only let down because I ordered a hot chocolate with marshmellows which they didnt have, though I got a complimentary plain croissant, still felt a bit disappointed. The staff are great very friendly and helpful. I was told I got some complimentary things in the room, and it would have been nice to know what was complimentary and what was not, just to save on the confusion as the information in the room didnt make any mention of this. Overall definantly a big thumbs up! :-)
Traveller from London
Located in London City Centre, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Barbican Arts Centre, The Gherkin, and Museum …More
Extended stay after business and was glad for the quiet weekend compared with other touristy, crowded neighborhoods. The hotel is actually very convenient to two Underground stations, and walkable distance to Borough Market area. Got a bigger room w/ small kitchen because there were two of us. Room was quite spacious for a business hotel. Room was clean and the staff was very helpful. I wish the coffee/tea/snacks were available on weekends also.
Traveller from Cos Cob, CT
Located on the east side of London in a historic district near the Bank of England, this business hotel is adjacent to …More
This was a very nice accommodation just steps from the underground.
The only minus was irregular housekeeping services, which sometime replenished linens and amenities and sometimes didn't. We complained once, but the erratic service continued. This was a minor lapse that didn't impact our enjoyment of the hotel or London.
Traveller from denver
Located in London City Centre, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Imperial War Museum, London Eye, and London Dungeon …More
Straddling the River Medway, Maidstone was once the agricultural hub of Kent and is now known for its annual flower show, held in July. Visitors can hike, horse ride, or golf in the historic Mote Park, which is within walking distance of the town centre. Families can enjoy Kent Life, a charming farm attraction, with adventure activities, farm animals, and a collection of heritage gardens on offer.