Hotel's closest public transportation was over 15 minutes away walking, but if you don't mind walking, public transportation was very easy. Hotel staff at the front desk was friendly and offered to help with suggestions and directions, but did not seem to know the area well. Also, the restaurant seating staff seemed overwhelmed and rude. The Chef, however (Ali?) was extremely helpful and friendly and told us to ask for him personally next time we dined at the restaurant so he could accommodate my children's food allergies. This was wonderful! Bar food was great, but expensive. Staff was very good and friendly in the bar area.
Other than hearing sirens every night, we enjoyed the area. We loved walking down to the Primrose Street area (Primrose Eatery) for cafes and restaurants. It's nestled in a beautiful residential neighborhood.
If you need laundry done, the in-house hotel laundry service is very expensive. There is a launderette in walking distance, but about 20 minutes away. Around the Swiss Cottage underground station area, there were great places to eat and a fabulous ice cream (Sprinkles) to eat that was also very helpful with food allergies.
Was not informed that during our stay that London center was having road closures due to a cycling race. There was also a strike on the underground for 2 days, which made things inconvenient.
Overall, I would recommend this hotel.
Booked this hotel as a weekend break in London to go and see a musical in central London. Arriving mid afternoon the two reception staff were very helpful and efficient in getting us booked in and helping us with getting a safe and secure parking. The hotel looks as though it has recently been refurbished. The double room was a good size and well equipped with a modern ensuite bathroom. As we wanted to have easy access to theatre land we were very happy to find a tube station only about 5 mins away. Both of us had a really good nights sleep and really enjoyed the breakfast, which was well attended to by the two catering assistants.
This is the first time we have stayed at this hotel and were really impressed with the overall ambiance and the super cleanliness and organisation at this hidden gem in the leafy edge of the big city
The address is wrong
zero service support , I finally met a staff 48 hours ....
the phone support is non existent
wi fi - is available if you pay
many guests , are left on the street looking for the place
and unless you are lucky .... there is a good chance you will stay in the streets
if you arrive after 6 pm , as I did
they could so better for their guests - it does not take much
We enjoyed our stay at The Langorf. It was a great price and fit our needs exactly. It was in a great location close to the tube station, but in a nice quiet neighborhood. My only complaint is that our non smoking room smelled heavily of smoke and wifi was very spotty. The staff was EXCELLENT. Willing to answer any questions we had, and when our flight got cancelled and The Langorf was already full for the night they helped us find other accommodations. So sweet!!
Following an extensive refurbishment in the early 1990's, the Langorf Hotel has now established itself as one of the leading …More
This hotel exceeded my expectations. Hamstead is an upmarket residential location with a great selection of restaurants and coffee shops. The hotel is minutes from Belsize Park tube station giving easy access to all major attractions. We stayed for three nights arriving on the hottest July day on record and were pleased with our spotless, quiet room with efficient AC.
Our room was very small but made up for it's size by being well equipped with plenty of wifi chargers and power outlets. The bathroom was also small but immaculate with sparkling new fittings and very good shower. The wifi worked well.
The continental breakfast was excellent and served in the adjoining restaurant.
Set on a hill surrounded by parkland, Hampstead is the most attractive (and desirable) of London’s villages. Blue plaques on buildings attest to such diverse ex-residents as Constable, Freud, Karl Marx and John Keats. Camden Town is one of London’s best bohemian-urban places to eat, drink and shop, its colourful markets a tourist hotspot for clothes and crafts. By night Camden buzzes with dozens of live music venues, clubs, pubs, bars and restaurants.
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