We stayed one Saturday night in July for a theatre matinee and a reminiscence weekend as we live in London 10 years ago. The room was clean and the bed linen white and crisp. No tv (to be expected), good en-suite shower with sink. Not much room to put toiletries etc but adequate for one night. The Eastside Bar is great value - 1 cocktail and 1 pint of lager came to £5.50. Incredible for London! The breakfast was very good. Full English (we're vegetarians but plenty of choice for us as well). Good coffee and juices. All served in the Senior Common Room - very busy but a nice atmosphere. All in all would recommend this if you are travelling on a budget. A bit of a hike into Soho, Covent Garden areas though. Oh! Forget to mention free use of the swimming pool. I didn't use it but my partner did and he was very impressed.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Princes Gardens is located within easy walking distance of South Kensington Tube station and attractions, including the Royal Albert Hall, Natural History, Science and V&A museums, Harrods and Hyde Park. Part of Imperial College Prince's Gardens accommodation offers over 700 contemporary bedrooms set around a quiet leafy square in central London. Guests can benefits from: • 24 hours Reception • Buffet Style Full English/Continental Breakfast • Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room • Daily Housekeeping Service • Complimentary access to Ethos gym and swimming pool • Communal areas • 45 min. train ride from Heathrow Airport ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Imperial College Hotel London