Situated within the Bayswater and Paddington area, just a few metres away from London?s famous Hyde Park, and with two centrally located underground stations (Queensway and Bayswater) just around the corner, makes travelling to all your top London tourism spots just minutes away.
The rooms are medium in size and in good condition. All rooms are decorated in light colours with dark wooden furniture. The rooms at the front of the hotel offer attractive views over the square and the basement rooms are slightly larger. The bathrooms are in fair condition, all with showers and some with baths.
The restaurant is a simple airy room on the ground floor with an adjoining bar, where the English breakfast is available.
The building is traditional Victorian town house.
The medium size reception area is light, airy, and has a seating area available.
This is a traditional hotel situated in a quiet yet central area. This hotel is 100% non-smoking.
As of 20th January 2015 through to mid October 2015, the hotel will be undergoing a soft refurbishment of some of the bedrooms.. There will be some level of disruption during this time, though we would like to assure you that this will be kept to a minimum and no works will be visible to the guest at any point.
Note: We update hotel photos, maps and descriptions on a regular basis – it is the responsibility of the hotel to ensure that these are accurate !
25 kms to the airport (london heathrow airport)
45 kms to the airport (london gatwick airport)
5 minute walk to the nearest metro station (bayswater/queensway)
what can i say? my god, on arriving at the hotel it looked lovely, clean, nice decor, staff at front desk were very nice....then we got to our room....my god..it was like something from the 1930s..carpet flithy, we had two single beds when we asked for a double, the pillows were like pancakes, the room, well, you couldnt swing a cat in it, the bathroom was like an igloo, no hand towel, a paper bath matt..a window that wouldnt close, it was stuck half way open, the tea and coffee making?? well, paper cups, 1 tea bag, 1 sachet of coffee, powdered milk..yes, powdered milk...2 sugar that was damp..not even a lock on the door..we slept with one eye open for the two nites we stayed..i will never forget the experience of that hotel, we went down to bar to buy a glass of milk to make tea and were charged £2.oo for it..so all in all the bayswater inn was worse than faulty towers....thank you.....