Stayed for 3 nights, as soon as we arrived we were greeted with a warm, friendly smile. Room nice and clean, and even had a surprise cake for our Anniversary! Staff were very accommodating and were very helpful when we faced an extensive delay with our flight. Thanks to the staff at the Spa for allowing us to use the amenities during this time!02. Jul, 2017
Very nice hotel and great service. Wish we could have stayed longer. Loved our stay here. Staff very friendly and well trained. Willing to help even if it is outside of their normal scope (housekeeping had a go at cleaning an expensive item I almost binned and did a great job). Thanks for that and see you back in soon.24. Jul, 2017
Excellent 2 night holiday stay. Great the way the valet's offered bottled water when heading out for the day.10. Oct, 2017
Really liked this place. The beds are soft and comfy, the rooms are stocked up with minibar items, there is a safe in the closet.24. Oct, 2017
We were warmly greeted each time we arrived back at the hotel from an outing. It all starts there if you ask me. Great staff. Our kids thought that was awesome. The rooms were very comfortable, well stocked and well serviced each day.13. Nov, 2017
I was told before I left the US that London hotel rooms (except for the very high end) were very small. The room lived up to that advance billing -- it seemed about the size of our walk-in closet at home! lol But for fairness, it had everything. Small frig with complimentary soft drinks and water, iron, ironing board, in-room safe, medium-sized tv, a very comfortable bed, air-conditioning, a small amount of hanging space and some space under the bed for not-too-thick suitcases and a full-length mirror.The bathroom deserves special mention because it's relatively large and stylish with a walk-in shower that proves London has no water shortage. There's a wide round shower head in the ceiling that delivers big time and a hand wand to supplement it. Plenty hot, plenty of! Staff was professional but friendly. The location is stellar -- directly across from Paddington Station for the tube and at the end of the high-speed train from Heathrow. Easy on, easy off. Nice restaurants within less than a block (see my other reviews). Yeah, I'd stay here again.02. Oct, 2017
Great and adorable they had everything! It's reasonably priced and very close to the tube station.23. Oct, 2017
I give this a 5 stars! I was super pleased with this apartment. Super helpful staff, spacious bedrooms, the bathroom has towels and hairdryer. Free wifi and restaurants are just few blocks away. Highly recommended!08. Dec, 2017
I stayed for one night, and had a very pleasant experience there. The staff was extremely accommodating and friendly, probably the friendliest I've ever encountered. You can tell they really do care about their customers having a positive experience. The room was adorable, very colorful and chic. The bathroom was very impressive with a towel warmer and a spacious rainfall shower. If you are looking for a nice, fun place to stay for a night or two, I would definitely recommend this place!22. Jan, 2018
We loved our stay here in this apartment. Staff were very hospitable, and had smiles for us whenever we entered or returned. Good place to hangout!06. Feb, 2018
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