Superb location, easy to find, and the staff were excellent. We were given a free upgrade on arrival, which was a lovely surprise, and the room was lovely and spacious. The hotel was peaceful during the night, despite being a busy time of year. Breakfast was wonderful, with lots of choice and seemed to run like clockwork. On checkout, we were even more impressed, in particular by the attentiveness and courtesy of the reception team and Marc, who really went the extra mile to offer great service. We will make this our hotel of choice in the very near future.
Great hotel. Room was a very nice size, clean, very comfortable and high tech. We enjoyed the little balcony as well. Enjoyed location and hotel has a very trendy rooftop bar and restaurant which was fun. Would definitely recommend as well as stay again.
Cutting edge contemporary luxury hotel designed by Foster and Partners founded by Sir Norman Foster. The hotel is steeped in …More
This is the second time we have stayed at the andaz and it was pleasure to stay there, very good at reception clean and very comfortable
Breakfast was very good and nothing was to much trouble
Definetly stay again
Well done andaz
Me and my son stayed 3 nights at Club Quarters St. Pauls. The hotel was just perfect for what we needed and defiantly recommended for anyone traveling for several days of fun in London city center.
The location was central and the room was clean and comfortable.
Most noticeable was the family atmosphere, hotel staff were all extremely friendly. Special thanks to Tiago!
When we stay in London we love to stay and eat in Mayfair but need to watch the budget. We love the Washington as it is a couple of hundred yards from Green Park tube, dead easy to get to, and is round the corner from our favourite and not expensive French restaurant. We just use the room as there are lots of nearby places for breakfast, drinks, coffees etc that are frankly a better option than the hotel (or indeed any hotel really). We got the room for £168 which is about our limit and well worth it for the experience of just being in the heart of Mayfair and such a good base for doing anything in London, and so easy to connect to the main stations we use.
Keith from Edinburgh
In the very heart of Mayfair, this privately owned, purpose-built luxury hotel suits business and leisure travelers equally …More
We had a great stay at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Bloomsbury. The hotel staff was so nice and helpful. The Concierge helped us with taxis (we could flat rate charge to our room) and arranged for us to see Abbey Road. The Front Desk was attentive and helpful. The room (a family room with a king and single) was beautiful and had plenty of room for three people. The bathroom was great with a large walk-in shower. And the room was very clean and made up nicely for us each day of our stay. The location of the hotel is so good - just down the street from the British Museum with plenty of restaurants, coffee shops and souvenir shops close by. The tourist buses rolled right through by the museum so access to the sites is good too. Wonderful hotel.
Generally a great place to stay. Enjoyed my stay there in the spacious rooms, clean carpet, mini kitchen set up, spacious bathroom and a comfortably sized TV. The service staff are awesome and very friendly except for some minor hiccups when we ask for a technician to look at our refrigerator that is not refrigerating. The hotel is located not quite near to the Waterloo Underground Station. The plus point about Waterloo Station is that it sits smack in the middle of many other train lines. It is beneficial because it gives you many options and reduce the amount of train transfers you have to make just to get to one place. The hotel doesn't have any carpark, so if you drive you have to get it valet (oh well most tourist like me prefer to take the underground lines). The hotel is generally very crowded in the lobby and even on week nights it is relatively packed. The worst thing about the hotel is the interior design of the bedroom that I slept in. This is because instead of just having a plain cupboard door with the usual wood or PVC finish we have the head of a lady in monochromatic tone. It gave me the freaks when I woke up in the middle of the night to see the huge head of a woman staring over the bed from the side.
Even though the hotel has some short comings, but for the value, it is very very well worth the stay and I do actually look forward to stay there again on my next visit to London.
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