I absolutely loved my tiny room (305) upstairs. I stayed for four nights, but would've wanted to stay forever. Lots of stairs to climb and it was a bit of a maze at first, but for me it was just part of the fun. The bed was super comfortable and I enjoyed the view from the window when lying on the bed - the rooftop of the opposite building and lots of sky with planes. My friends stayed in a larger room (103), which was gorgeous, too. The hotel was really clean. Wi-fi worked well.
In my room I could hear the next door neighbours and sometimes the planes, but I slept with earplugs, so that was not a problem.
The staff was friendly, the hotel was beautiful, very interesting decor. We sat in the private garden a lot, it was lovely. The location was great. Lots of cafes nearby if you didn't want to have a hotel breakfast (nice, but expensive). South Kensington station was right there and the area was really nice.
I truly enjoyed my stay and would love to go back anytime.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Number Sixteen forms part of a row of gleaming white stucco mid Victorian townhouses. It originally opened in the 1980’s and instantly became popular with discerning travellers looking for an alternative to the larger Park Lane hotels. Now several years on, the hotel has a Firmdale point of view. Kit Kemp redesigned the hotel in her signature, fresh modern English style. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Number 16
- Number Sixteen London
- Number Sixteen Hotel London