Stayed here for one night at the weekend. Despite being a grand Whitehall type building overlooking the River Thames and being minutes from Trafalgar Square, Charing Cross, Covent Garden etc, it feels hidden and quiet and discrete. The interior of the hotel has been relatively recently renovated and feels equally grand, plush and yet also relaxed. The staff were all hugely polite and courteous and attentive.
Our room on the 4th floor was reasonably sized and very comfortable. It had all that we needed, including all the wi-fi and ipod dock stuff etc, a very powerful shower, a comfortable bed, nice magazines to read and SKY sports - perfect for watching the cricket before going out in the evening. They had a weekend offer for breakfast the next day for £15 per person, and the buffet was large and generous and very fresh and appealing. All in all I couldn't fault the hotel. It's perhaps not the most exciting of hotels - you're perhaps unlikely to see a celebrity as you might at some of the more well-known named hotels in London, and it hasn't got that trendy bustling boutique vibe either, but its solid, attentive and very very comfortable and I'd definitely look at spending further nights there again.More
- Free Wifi