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Berjaya Eden Park Hotel London

3 Stars

35-39 Inverness Terrace Bayswater London W2 3JS


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Rating
Cleanliness 3
Facilities 2
Service 2
Location 4
Pricing 2
Overall 2.6
Boasting Victorian architecture, Berjaya Eden Park Hotel London is an ideal place for guests to enjoy quality accommodation in a friendly atmosphere. Nearby tourist places include Kensington Palace, Royal Albert Hall and National Art Library, major reference library where guests can find all information about artists.

Location
Located at 35-39 Inverness Terrace in Bayswater area, Berjaya Eden Park Hotel with its convenient location enables visitors to explore city's popular landmarks such as Sherlock Holmes Museum, second largest exhibition venue in London, Earls Court Exhibition Centre as well as Portobello Market.

Rooms
All 114 spacious rooms at this hotel are well equipped with modern facilities like colour TV, hairdryer, ironing board, safe and coffeemaker. Attentive room service is also available for guests' convenience.

Restaurant
Guests at Berjaya Eden Park Hotel in London can enjoy a wide range of delicious meals as well as drinks offered at the onsite Eden Bar & Restaurant.

General
Berjaya Eden Park Hotel London's meeting room is well equipped with wireless technology, office equipments as well as secretarial services, making it an ideal venue for any kind of business or corporate events. There is also a lobby available at the hotel for guests' relaxation. London's major museums such as Natural History Museum and Victoria And Albert Museum are just a short drive from the hotel.

Additional Information

  • 22 km to the Airport (London Heathrow)
  • 40 km to the Airport (London Gatwick)

Hotel Facilities

  • Bar / Lounge
  • Currency Exchange Services
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Lobby
  • Reception
  • Tour Desk
  • Concierge
  • Faxing Facilities
  • Laundry Services
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Restaurant
  • Conference Facilities
  • Internet Access - Wireless
  • Lift / Elevator
  • Photocopying Facilities
  • Safe Deposit Box

Room Facilities

  • Colour TV
  • Iron / Ironing Board
  • Telephone
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Safe
  • Wireless Internet Access
  • Hairdryer
  • Tea and Coffee Making Facilities

Berjaya Eden Park Hotel London Guest Reviews (52)


Berjaya Eden Park Hotel London
3 out of 5

the room is extreme small so if you are carrying big luggages do not attempt to book this hotel. but the location of this hotel is very convenient because it is only about 5 mins from the Bayswater and queensway station.

normal travel person wrote on January 4, 2013


Berjaya Eden Park Hotel London
3 out of 5

Location of the hotel is absolutely fantastic and is close to both Bayswater and Queensway Underground station. Restaurants are aplenty within walking distance from Chinese to Indian, Greek, Italian and plently of typical English Pub. Rooms however are a bit disappointing and I don't blame the owners as property at that location is very expensive. However the bathroom is ridiculously small especially the shower cabin. I am a small size person n yet i find difficulty showering in that stall. The lift servicing the floors is also ridiculously small and the maximum it can take in is 2 persons without any bags. But still I would recommend the hotel for its location and rates.

JLow wrote on August 21, 2012


Berjaya Eden Park Hotel London
4 out of 5

Don't get buried in the lower ground floor rooms that are overheated and a bit claustrophobic. Pay more and enjoy the refurbished upper floor rooms if you can afford it and then step out into Queensway and Kensington Palace Gardens for great shopping, great restaurants and beautiful walks. I would go back but not to the so-called (subterranean) Terrace Suite where even in November I had to leave the air conditioning/cool fan on the lowest setting all night in the below ground chamber it was so hot. Try the South Korean supermarket nearby and the wonderful Dim Sum specials at the Kam Tong restuarant just two minutes walk away. Nice, quiet side street, close to Queensway & Baysawter tube stations and a stroll across to Kensington High Street. Overall, pleasant and the staff are helpful.

Sherbarbie wrote on November 9, 2011


Berjaya Eden Park Hotel London
4.4 out of 5

Excellent hotel in a fantastic location. One of the best breakfasts I've had in a modestly priced London hotel.

MICHAEL TOOLE wrote on October 4, 2011


Berjaya Eden Park Hotel London
3 out of 5

Great value and good location! The room was very small but had everything needed except AC. The room felt cramped and hot with little ventilation. The fan provided didn't do much. Paying for breakfast, although a very nice dinning area, was not necessary as there was a cute little cafe just around the corner that serves a full English breakfast for a great deal. I wouldn't want to spend anymore time in the room than needed but it was a great deal for location and much better than doing the hostel route when traveling with more than one person.

sstracy wrote on August 18, 2011


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall2.6 out of 5
Cleanliness3 out of 5
Facilities2 out of 5
Service2 out of 5
Location4 out of 5
Pricing2 out of 5

Berjaya Eden Park Hotel London Guest Reviews

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3 out of 5

the room is extreme small so if you are carrying big luggages do not attempt to book this hotel. but the location of this hotel is very convenient because it is only about 5 mins from the Bayswater and queensway station.

Review by: normal travel person
Date stayed January 4, 2013

3 out of 5

Location of the hotel is absolutely fantastic and is close to both Bayswater and Queensway Underground station. Restaurants are aplenty within walking distance from Chinese to Indian, Greek, Italian and plently of typical English Pub. Rooms however are a bit disappointing and I don't blame the owners as property at that location is very expensive. However the bathroom is ridiculously small especially the shower cabin. I am a small size person n yet i find difficulty showering in that stall. The lift servicing the floors is also ridiculously small and the maximum it can take in is 2 persons without any bags. But still I would recommend the hotel for its location and rates.

Review by: JLow
Date stayed August 21, 2012

4 out of 5

Don't get buried in the lower ground floor rooms that are overheated and a bit claustrophobic. Pay more and enjoy the refurbished upper floor rooms if you can afford it and then step out into Queensway and Kensington Palace Gardens for great shopping, great restaurants and beautiful walks. I would go back but not to the so-called (subterranean) Terrace Suite where even in November I had to leave the air conditioning/cool fan on the lowest setting all night in the below ground chamber it was so hot. Try the South Korean supermarket nearby and the wonderful Dim Sum specials at the Kam Tong restuarant just two minutes walk away. Nice, quiet side street, close to Queensway & Baysawter tube stations and a stroll across to Kensington High Street. Overall, pleasant and the staff are helpful.

Review by: Sherbarbie
Date stayed November 9, 2011

4.4 out of 5

Excellent hotel in a fantastic location. One of the best breakfasts I've had in a modestly priced London hotel.

Review by: MICHAEL TOOLE
Date stayed October 4, 2011

3 out of 5

Great value and good location! The room was very small but had everything needed except AC. The room felt cramped and hot with little ventilation. The fan provided didn't do much. Paying for breakfast, although a very nice dinning area, was not necessary as there was a cute little cafe just around the corner that serves a full English breakfast for a great deal. I wouldn't want to spend anymore time in the room than needed but it was a great deal for location and much better than doing the hostel route when traveling with more than one person.

Review by: sstracy
Date stayed August 18, 2011

4 out of 5

Very small shower stall small sink. Obviously make for very small people. Other then that the stay was comfortale.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed December 1, 2010

4.2 out of 5

Excellent value for a low cost onvernight stay. Close to tube station & some excellent restaurants

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed January 31, 2010

3 out of 5

Very small room. Very small bathroom and lots of noise from the pipes (from other rooms). I was given a room at groundfloor. Not recommend. Ask for room further up the floors. The staff started very early and they were noisy! Breakfast was ok, but service slow.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed October 29, 2009

4.2 out of 5

Had a 1st floor room facing the street. Not much traffic so quiet enough. Wouldn't want a room opposite the elevator. Staff were very helpful and pleasant. Location was good being close to two subway stations, pubs and restaurants and a good walk throught Kensington Gardens to the West End. No free Wifi though. Considering the prices in London, seems to be reasonable value for money. Would stay there again.

Review by: Anthony Hoar
Date stayed October 27, 2009

3.8 out of 5

Very near to the Underground station. Convenient stores, restaurants around close very late at night. The room is very basic but clean. Keeping luggage in their hotel is chargeable (50p each). This is the first time I've seen hotel do like this.

Review by: Hoi Kin Cheung
Date stayed August 12, 2009

3.8 out of 5

Inadequate number of towels provided by laundry service unless requested.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed July 27, 2009

4.6 out of 5

Seen some very negative comments on here, I can't complain at all, a 2 minute walk from Kensington Gardens / Hyde Park, Stayed in this hotel as it was less than a mile from the Royal Albert Hall. Room was small but adequate, clean and staff were friendly. Great if you are just staying in London for a show and want a good value room.

Review by: Christopher Jenkins
Date stayed July 9, 2009

5 out of 5

We stayed my boyfried and I for 4 days, and we thought that it was better to take the Superior Double room instead of the Standard Double Room for just 40 dolars more and it make a huge difference!! The standard double room it doesn't have anything to do with the pictures that you can see at the website. But the one we stayed it was just as the pictures. Highly Recomended!! We will go back for sure!

Review by: Adriana Arce
Date stayed June 22, 2009

4.2 out of 5

The hotel is very close to Bayswater tubestation. Great service and a very nice entrance. Only one negative, is the incredible small shower at room 405.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed January 19, 2009

3.2 out of 5

the rooms that we had did not match with the pics we saw in the net. the rooms were too small and the bathroom was even smaller i think 1.3*1.3meter. the weather was very cold in london and we couldn't get hot water for shawer. it is true that the hotel is very clean and good looking from outside and inside. this the first and the last time to stay in this hotel.

Review by: AS'AD ALRIYAMI
Date stayed December 26, 2008

3.4 out of 5

Very small room, very small bathroom, small amount of water coming out of the shower. Slow service in the reception, but when you get service it is good. Good locaton only 100m from nearest tube station and short distance to Oxford/Regent street.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed December 17, 2008

4.6 out of 5

Charming and cosy hotel. Kind staff. Close to the subway. Room in the old part a little small, bathroom even smaller, but everything you need is available. Good breakfast and dinner. Very nice and recommanded stay for a few days London.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed December 15, 2008

4.4 out of 5

The rooms are on the small size and the showers not ideal for guests on the larger size. But the hotel makes up with excellent customer service and location. 10 mins by bus to Oxford Street and 1 min to the nearest tube station. Shops in the area are closely located and close late - ideal for last minute gift shopping. Would definitely recommend it for quests

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed December 8, 2008

3.8 out of 5

Turn right as you come out of Bayswater station on Circle / District line and you will see the hotel- about 50m away. On Central Line Queensway station- hotel is 300m on your left. There are numerous restaurants (out of which 7 or 8 are Chinese restaurants). There are also many souvenir shops, banks, a money changer, TESCO and Oriential City Supermarket all located on Queenway St - where the tube stations are. Hotel staff are helpful to tell you where to go for bus tours, shopping etc. Single Rooms and especially the toilet & shower are - small somewhat like on a ship but facilities are sufficient - with tea making facilities, safe, TV and hair dryer. Good place to stay on a budget if you do not mind confined space.

Review by: Susanna Ho
Date stayed November 14, 2008

3.4 out of 5

Arriving with a toddler, a pushchair and a large bag I struggled up the stairs to the hotel with no assistance. I was then given a room on the ground floor - great I thought. Not so. The hotel is made up of a number of houses knocked through, so tget to my room I had to go upstairs, downstairs and through windy corridors, again with no help offered by the hotel staff.

Review by: Emma Tasker
Date stayed September 12, 2008

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