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|"Great staff and perfect location."||(in 260 reviews)|
|"Lovely and clean, friendly staff."||(in 206 reviews)|
|"Lovely hotel and wonderful staff!"||(in 76 reviews)|
|"Very near Earl’s Court underground."||(in 33 reviews)|
|"Worse hotel I’ve ever stayed in"||(in 60 reviews)|
|"Double bed was awfully creaky."||(in 78 reviews)|
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You might like this hotel prices and location but this is a trap. I stayed in this hotel twice and both times were bad and I documented it with pictures and video. My first stay the gave me a room in the basement with a view of walking pedestrians feet and the sound of cars tires and the entrance door was the place where they keep their garbage bags.... but that wasn't the real problem... the real problem was the entrance was full of mice! So I complained to the hotel about this and they moved me to another room. In my second stay, they gave me a room on the 2nd floor without an elevator and I had to carry my suitcases alone though the narrow staircase without any offer to help me with it. and it's important to mention that the is room in a building around the block about half a km (about 1000 feet) from the hotel lobby. While I was sleeping in the tiny bedroom exhausted from the two floors staircase I woke up from dripping water! the ceiling light was dripping water on me! I since the room doesn't have a phone to call the front desk I had to walk to the down the street to the front desk to tell them to check it out and water with electricity doesn't mix! so I had to wait for about 3 hours then they asked me to go back room to find nothing changed then I called them from my mobile phone so I don't have to walk to them again under the rain. after an hour a maintenance guy who smelled like he had a lot to drink looked at it then told me that they can't fix it. a few hours after several calls later they told me to gather my important stuff and check-in another hotel to spend that night in it. the next day they asked me to move to another room in a different building and again it's in the basement. After all that and on my checkout day I asked to extend my checkout for an hour and they said you have to pay £10 for an extra hour. I told them I had to move from 3 different rooms during my stay with you and you ask me for £10?! the rude hotel receptionist said "if you are not happy with this write a bad review about it, but this is the hotel policy" So this is the review you asked for.
The room was beautifully presented
but the double bed was two beds pushed together which resulted in a deep groove between the two beds. So it wasn't as comfortable as you'd expect
The hotel was well-situated near a Tube stop. Front desk staff were friendly.
The room was small (despite being described as an "executive" room with more space), we had no telephone, and the "desk" could hardly function as a bedside table (which were completely absent). We never sampled the included breakfast because the line was so long (and/or the space so small) that we could not even see into the room to see what was offered.
Hotel bedrooms way too hot and back bedrooms very noisy. Windows would benefit from double glazing keeping outdoor noise down and perhaps enabling heating to be turned down
Very good location in London.Efficient reception staff .
When I arrived I got the 4 W appartment - a nightmare.Smelly, messy, cold, no telephone, bad TV, dirty cups on the cupboard..etc ..Then, after complaints they changed me to a nicer one - and I was happy - nice reception staff. So whatever you do , stay away from 4W ! (Breakfast- very basic and lack of space)
The 4-star, boutique Mayflower Hotel in Earl's Court of West London is the perfect place to stay while visiting the gorgeous city steeped in history. With 20 years in the business, this hotel offers superior customer service, comfortable accomodations and a charming stay with their antique furniture and luxe appeal.
The Mayflower Hotel offers 48 beautifully decorated, charming rooms. From the small double, standard single and standard twin rooms ideal for solo travelers, business travelers or couples looking to spend most of their time exploring the city to the executive double, luxury double, triple room and family room that is great for larger group of families with little travelers, the Mayflower Hotel has accomodations for every guest's specific needs. Each room is complete with WiFi, televisions, in-room safes, spacious bathrooms and some even have poster beds.
Earl's Court is located on the westside of London, in both the Kensington and Chelsea districts. This area has been known for housing celebrities, like young Princess Diana, Freddie MErcury and Alfred Hitchcock. Here in Earl's Court, visitors can stroll around to find pubs along Earls Court Road, the famous Troubadour coffee spot, Finborough Theatre and many eateries. Guests of the city can spend their time exploring the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum, and zip to other neighborhoods of the city via the Earls Court Underground Station.
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Most popular landmarks
- Natural History Museum 1,4 km
- Science Museum 1,6 km
- Victoria and Albert Museum 1,7 km
- Hyde Park 2,3 km
- Buckingham Palace 3,9 km
- St James's Palace 4,2 km
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