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5 Jun-6 Jun
This hotel apartment is absolutely lovely. It lacks nothing. I stayed in the One Bed Suite for three nights and enjoyed the interior design, the view and the lovely bathroom. If you do stay at the top floor, you will find yourself day dreaming and appreciating the view as it draws strong attention ...
2 Jul-3 Jul
Very clean and had all that I needed for a quick layover. The free local bus takes you from the airport to the hotel’s doorstep in a few short minutes. The free coffee and the vending machine in their lobby selling UK power adapters (£8 each) was a very thoughtful touch.
17 Jun-18 Jun
I stayed for 7 days, in which I had to split the reservation into three. The location is not too bad, and about 2 km from Baker street. It is closed to public transport; the bus stops at the corner near the Grand Mosque. The hotel is located very close to beautiful Regent's park. Rooms are clean ...
1 Jul-2 Jul
We loved the family room. With two single beds and two bunk beds (one each for our two children) - we had plenty of room. Breakfast was great and the two kids were free. Great location for all of the museums- you can literally see the Natural History museum from the hotel. Only drawbacks were that ...
7 Jun-8 Jun
For my experience, the property was conveniently placed for my needs. The rooms was very clean and not only did I have a bedroom, there was a separate bathroom and a fully kitted out kitchen. I highly recommend the Mondrian Apartments.
2 Jun-3 Jun
Stayed in a 1 bedroom plus sofa bed 5b on 2nd floor. Was very worried cause of previous bad reviews but was relieved when we entered. It was clean, efficient space, had what we needed for 5 night stay. Plenty of towels, Limited toiletries but we brought our own. Tv was not plugged in but we figured ...
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