My family of 4 just recently stayed 8 nights at the Royal Park Hotel (first trip to London). I chose the Royal Park Hotel based on the glowing reviews, the beautiful look of the hotel and my preference for a smaller boutique hotel. I wanted us to have a very English experience and chose to avoid the larger hotels. We had a lovely stay here. The hotel is small but very nice. The staff was super friendly and helpful whenever we needed assistance. We had two suites on the 3rd floor (rooms 303 and 304). So glad I decided to book suites, as I don't think the regular rooms would have been comfortable for an 8 night stay. Beds and pillows were very comfy and bathrooms nicely appointed. Loved the views from our windows looking over the trees and at a beautiful church across the street. Hotel is very conveniently located on a quiet street only 5 minutes walk from Paddington Station and a few minutes to Lancaster Gate Tube Station. We were very happy about almost everything at the Royal Park Hotel. There were a couple of things that were overlooked, however. The first thing my husband and I noticed when we entered the first of our booked suites, was that there were several obvious spots on the carpet in the sitting area (room 304). For the amount of money we spent for staying 8 nights, I would have thought the staff would have made sure the rooms were spotless. Room 303 had some soiled areas on the carpet also, but not as obvious as our other room. Another issue, that is quite minor, is the complimentary cookies stopped coming the last 2 or 3 days of our stay in my husband's room. Not sure what happened there. Overall, we had a very pleasant stay at the Royal Park Hotel and would for sure stay there again, despite the few issues we had. I was sad leaving the hotel after our 8 night stay, which says a lot! I recommend the Royal Park Hotel to travelers who would appreciate an English experience in a beautiful smaller boutique hotel (restored mid-19th century townhouses).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Classical in its 19th-century elegance, The Royal Park is like a grand hotel in miniature. The hotel is ideally located for the visitor wishing to combine the cultural and commercial destinations of the big city with a tranquil and welcoming London residence. The Royal Park is centrally located in the quiet tree-lined area of Westbourne Terrace, bordering Hyde Park and Marble Arch. Hyde Park is to its south and Piccadilly lies east of the hotel. Heathrow airport is a 45 minute car journey, or 15 minutes by train to Paddington, also very The Royal Park is close to the property. Gatwick operates from Victoria station a 10-minute taxi drive away. Great for access to Central and West London. 15 minutes from Heathrow airport on the Heathrow Express. Nearest London underground stations: Lancaster Gate (Central Line) and Paddington Station (Circle, District and Hammersmith and City Lines), both 5 minutes walk.High speed internet access available, 24 hour room service and Concierge, DVD/CD player, two dual line telephones with voice mail, UK and US shaver outlets, LCD TV, Satellite channels, Italian cotton linen sheets, Hair dryer, Electronic safe, Mini bar, Luxury bathroom amenities, Individually controlled air conditioning and heating. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Royal Park London
- Hotel Royal Park
- Royal Park Hotel London