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Stayed here before a flight to Chicago and booked a lovely Junior Suite at the end of the corridor. Nice and quiet and very comfortable. Everything was great until it started raining at 1.30am and the noise of the rain bouncing on the metal roof...More
For a hotel that is only 9 years or so old it isn’t ageing well. Downstairs public areas are just alright, although the bar is vacuous & frayed around the edges. But the breakfast restaurant is diabolical. A horrible dim & miserable space that is...More
Management response:Responded 5 days ago
Thank you for choosing to stay at the London Marriott Hotel Twickenham and providing your honest feedback on the Guest Satisfaction Survey.
Providing the highest level of hospitality is our number one priority and we sincerely apologize for falling short of meeting your expectations....More
We stayed at the Marriott Twickenham for a rugby match recently. The rooms are comfortable and large. But no free bottled water - something always provided in even modestly priced b&bs these days. The main bugbear was the breakfast - £15 per person!! That's even...More
Thank Angie W
Response from May C, Operations Voyage Graduate at London Marriott Hotel TwickenhamResponded 1 week ago
Dear Angie W,
Thank you for choosing to stay at the London Marriott Hotel Twickenham and providing your honest feedback.
We are truly sorry that the breakfast selection did not meet your expectations. The feedback will be shared with the appropriate hotel team to ensure...More
They have it all - a captive audience being actually in the stadium and a reasonably respected brand.
I don't expect, in 2018, to have to pay for internet access - especially in a business hotel which is charging enough for its rooms already. And...More
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Response from Giovanni A, Assistant Front Office Manager at London Marriott Hotel TwickenhamResponded 2 weeks ago
First of all, on behalf of the hotel team from the London Marriott Hotel Twickenham I would like to extend my most sincere apologies for the poor experience which marred your stay. It is our top priority to provide the highest level of...More
Massive king size bed, big room, comfy. Ate in the ground floor bar, amazing burger. Breakfast was good. Service friendly. This is the hotel to stay at if you're after one near the stadium as it's part of the stadium. 15mins walk from Twickenham railway...More
Response from henrystayover | Reviewed this property |
If trains aren’t running from Twickenham station direct to Waterloo, I’d walk into Twickenham centre and take a bus to Richmond station then the District line tube to central London. Alternatively (and taking a longer), I’d... More
If trains aren’t running from Twickenham station direct to Waterloo, I’d walk into Twickenham centre and take a bus to Richmond station then the District line tube to central London. Alternatively (and taking a longer), I’d take bus 281 (outside the Marriott, opposite side of road) to Hounslow Bus Station. Then walk 2 minutes to the nearby Hounslow East tube to Central London. Good luck!
You can get a fast train into Central London from Twickenham station and then the underground. Not sure about the time to the bus station. Why not book a transfer from airport to hotel you are only about 30 mins from... More
You can get a fast train into Central London from Twickenham station and then the underground. Not sure about the time to the bus station. Why not book a transfer from airport to hotel you are only about 30 mins from Heathrow to the hotel five star in Windsor could help. Speak to the folks at the hotel about getting in to B house.