I stayed here for a full week in late September. This was a great location to serve as a home base for touring all of London, as well as for day trips to Salisbury, Stonehenge, Oxford, and the Cotswolds. There are plenty of restaurants nearby, and a neighborhood laundromat is within a five minute walk. The Notting Hill Gate tube station is just down the street, only a few minutes away. I stayed in a single room, which is small and basic, but it met my needs. The floors are creaky and the walls have very little sound insulation, so take earplugs. Overall, the hotel was fairly quiet and I slept very well on most nights. The breakfast is a bit expensive, but it is very good. The staff was top notch, very friendly and helpful. I would consider staying here again.
Standard room in lovely quiet area inside great looking building. Easy access to variety of transport and great for our short theatre/shopping break.
Hotel needs general TLC throughout however for the location and size of the room it cannot be beaten for equivalent price.
The room and communal areas could do with touching up and updating which would give the interior the same appeal as the exterior and surrounding area (prime example is wardrobe door was missing in room) however cannot complain for the price paid. Ideal for a quick overnight stop in Central London.
Didn't bother with very basic breakfast offered and reception staff were efficient enough but the room was clean and bed was comfy.
If you're looking for convenient stay in a room better than you'd expect for the cost then Blue Bells, Notting Hill cannot be beaten for price.
Blue Bells is a hotel of understated style, in keeping with its classic heritage and garden square view, located in the …More
Excellent for price. Room not very clean,but good bed & nice shower, basic but for the price paid amazing value. Great location, basic english breakfast. The Tube station is nearby & free parking. Service: Respectful and Friendly.
Made famous by the eponymous film, Notting Hill is an affluent cosmopolitan neighbourhood of large Victorian townhouses, high-class shopping and chic restaurants. Adjacent, Ladbroke Grove and Westbourne Park are grittier but still hip. Portobello Road is famous for its weekend market and antiques shops. Late August sees the Notting Hill Carnival, the largest Caribbean festival and biggest street party in Europe.
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