Probably about the best thing about this hotel is its' position with wonderful views to All Saints Church and Blackheath. We stayed for one night as it was very convenient for a funeral we were attending. The room was very tiny on the third floor in the eves, certainly not big enough for a double and would be far too hot to stay in, in the summer because the window was tiny too. The bed and shower room were clean and adequate. The radiator valve was missing but fortunately as my husband is a heating engineer, he managed to turn the radiator off. If he had not, I would not have been able to sleep as it was next to the bed and was extremely hot!
However, we did like the public rooms and the breakfast was excellent with a very good selection to choose from.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Clarendon Hotel overlooks historic Blackheath. This area of London is very special with Greenwich Park, the River Thames and many fine attractions to visit. Situated in Blackheath Village with its many special shops, cafes and bars to enjoy, the Clarendon offers a village atmosphere close to the O2 Arena (10 mins), Central London and Excel in Docklands. All rooms are en-suite with facilities such as the Meridian Restaurant, Nautical Chart Bar. Parking - the hotel has a front and rear car park, however these do get filled. For alternative parking, there is street parking or the Blackheath Village train station car park, which has CCTV. With Blackheath in front of the hotel, we are of course dog friendly. ... more less
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