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Stayed here two nights. The room was the smallest I have stayed in. Twin room (#107). Window opened about 4 inches but would not stay open so had to use a book. On second day left room for the day around noon and put the...More
Life savers after our AirBnb host let us down last minute, so we’re stuck in London with nowhere to stay at 5pm on a Saturday, they held a room for us without deposit whilst we figured out our plan. Desk staff were all lovely and...More
Stayed for 4 nights at this hotel. The room was reasonably priced and tidy inside. No mini bar or fridge, but there is quite restaurants and cafes close by. Very close to Hyde Park. Best thing about this hotel is it’s location to Bayswater (circle...More
Expensive for the quality, even with a discount.
Mouldy around shower sealant. Toilet seat very loose. Deep scratches all over the wooden floor. Sofa was floor level, might as well be sitting on the floor. Fridge didn't work. Bath plug missing. Bath panel was some...More
We stayed at The Princes Square Hotel our room was a twin room not a lot of room but over looked the front of the hotel. Great location , staff very friendly. Next time I would get a double room with two queen beds our...More
US$100 - US$276 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official Star Rating provided by the AA.
#393 Luxury Hotel in London
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I m not sure if the airport shuttle still run, maybe you can check with the hotel but there is a fee for that . But I think it's cheaper than taxi and if u don't want to carry the luggages all the way down to the tube , as... More
I m not sure if the airport shuttle still run, maybe you can check with the hotel but there is a fee for that . But I think it's cheaper than taxi and if u don't want to carry the luggages all the way down to the tube , as most of the tube stations do not have elevators. Therefore, I perfered the shuttle.