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London Elizabeth Hotel

London Elizabeth Hotel

3 Stars

Lancaster Terrace Hyde Park London W2 3PF


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Rating
Cleanliness 3.7
Facilities 3
Service 4
Location 4.7
Pricing 3.7
Overall 3.8
At the London Elizabeth Hotel, guests can enjoy comfortable accommodation and modern services in peaceful surroundings. Harrods, one of the world's largest department stores is an ideal place for shoppers. A popular landmark of London, Kensington Palace is just a short walk away from the hotel. Sports lovers can pay a visit to the Lords Cricket Ground, the oldest sports museum in the world.

Location
Situated on Lancaster Terrace Hyde Park, Elizabeth Hotel has some of the popular museums including Victoria and Albert Museum, Science Museum London and Sherlock Holmes Museum in its surroundings.

Rooms
Designed to offer a feeling of relaxation, all comfortable guestrooms at this London hotel are well equipped with wireless Internet access, colour TV, telephone and hairdryer.

Restaurant
Guests of Elizabeth Hotel can dine on a variety of delicious meals at the onsite Rose Garden Restaurant or on the Garden Terrace, when weather permits. The hotel's fully stocked bar offers a selection of draught beers, spirits including aged malt whiskies and a fine cellar with choice wines from around the world.

General
London Elizabeth Hotel's boardroom comfortably seats 8 people for business meetings. The nearby Wallace Collection, displaying a wide range of fine and decorative arts is a must visit attraction for art lovers.

Additional Information

  • 5 min walk to the Train Station (Paddington)

Hotel Facilities

  • Bar / Lounge
  • Faxing Facilities
  • Laundry Services
  • Restaurant
  • Business Centre
  • Internet Access - High Speed
  • Lift / Elevator
  • Room Service
  • Conference Facilities
  • Internet Access - Wireless
  • Parking Facilities
  • Safe Deposit Box

Room Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Hairdryer
  • Safe
  • Colour TV
  • Iron / Ironing Board
  • Telephone
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Radio

London Elizabeth Hotel Guest Reviews (45)


London Elizabeth Hotel
3 out of 5

Location was ideal, only a few minutes' walk from Paddington station and just over the road from Lancaster Gate tube. Much better value than hotels just a short distance away at Marble Arch, and this included buffet breakfast. This is an old building and so there are some rough edges and meandering corridors but overall very good for what I wanted - somewhere to sleep and wash.

AnneO wrote on January 29, 2013


London Elizabeth Hotel
3 out of 5

Nice little hotel with excellent location. Very friendly staff. Worth every penny.

SannaS wrote on November 1, 2012


London Elizabeth Hotel
3 out of 5

Jag var där med min man för en nöjes och shoppingresa, läget var helt suveränt, väldigt enkelt att ta tunnelbanan till Notting Hill & Westfield.En 10min promenad till Oxfordstreet, perfekt. Vi blev positivt överraskade av frukosten, det fanns yoghurt och flera olika sorters flingor. Jag är glutintolerant och dom fixade fram glutenfrittbröd vilket jag blev väldigt glad för. Rummet var charmigt snett och duschen hade kunnat vara bättre, men läget gjorde att man "glömde" det. Det enda negativa var att i rummet brevid fick man röka och det kändes i vårt rum. Vi funderar på att åka tillbaka i maj, och det kan bli samma hotell.

Novis wrote on October 29, 2012


London Elizabeth Hotel
3 out of 5

Good points: Lovely public areas (the 'Rose Garden' restaurant for the lovely breakfast is stunning), short but labyrinthine corridors, creaky old lift and bookcases in the corridors - a great antidote to the anonymous modern identikit hotels. Our room was enormous - it would almost have been a suite in another hotel - two armchairs, a fireplace, and a sizeable desk. Bad points: unfortunately our room was on the lower ground floor, and had a view of a brick wall. Talk about depressing! It was gloomy and freezing cold (fortunately the electric fire worked). Lack of double-glazing meant that we were very disturbed by traffic noise. Old-fashioned bathroom, wallpaper peeling in places - I read that some of the rooms had been refurbished, but ours is clearly on the waiting list! Would I stay here again - unfortunately not.

Jenny S wrote on September 21, 2012


London Elizabeth Hotel
5 out of 5

Great for any reason. Staff are very pleasant and always helpful, still has a family run feel, it's cute and next to a Barclays bike stop for convenience across the park. Originally booked for 2 nights but booked a third because we were enjoying it. Breakfast is v good, continental at least. Seen a few non residents eating on a night which shows good good. Will certainly be back soon.

Kedc wrote on August 16, 2012


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall3.8 out of 5
Cleanliness3.7 out of 5
Facilities3 out of 5
Service4 out of 5
Location4.7 out of 5
Pricing3.7 out of 5

London Elizabeth Hotel Guest Reviews

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3 out of 5

Location was ideal, only a few minutes' walk from Paddington station and just over the road from Lancaster Gate tube. Much better value than hotels just a short distance away at Marble Arch, and this included buffet breakfast. This is an old building and so there are some rough edges and meandering corridors but overall very good for what I wanted - somewhere to sleep and wash.

Review by: AnneO
Date stayed January 29, 2013

3 out of 5

Nice little hotel with excellent location. Very friendly staff. Worth every penny.

Review by: SannaS
Date stayed November 1, 2012

3 out of 5

Jag var där med min man för en nöjes och shoppingresa, läget var helt suveränt, väldigt enkelt att ta tunnelbanan till Notting Hill & Westfield.En 10min promenad till Oxfordstreet, perfekt. Vi blev positivt överraskade av frukosten, det fanns yoghurt och flera olika sorters flingor. Jag är glutintolerant och dom fixade fram glutenfrittbröd vilket jag blev väldigt glad för. Rummet var charmigt snett och duschen hade kunnat vara bättre, men läget gjorde att man "glömde" det. Det enda negativa var att i rummet brevid fick man röka och det kändes i vårt rum. Vi funderar på att åka tillbaka i maj, och det kan bli samma hotell.

Review by: Novis
Date stayed October 29, 2012

3 out of 5

Good points: Lovely public areas (the 'Rose Garden' restaurant for the lovely breakfast is stunning), short but labyrinthine corridors, creaky old lift and bookcases in the corridors - a great antidote to the anonymous modern identikit hotels. Our room was enormous - it would almost have been a suite in another hotel - two armchairs, a fireplace, and a sizeable desk. Bad points: unfortunately our room was on the lower ground floor, and had a view of a brick wall. Talk about depressing! It was gloomy and freezing cold (fortunately the electric fire worked). Lack of double-glazing meant that we were very disturbed by traffic noise. Old-fashioned bathroom, wallpaper peeling in places - I read that some of the rooms had been refurbished, but ours is clearly on the waiting list! Would I stay here again - unfortunately not.

Review by: Jenny S
Date stayed September 21, 2012

5 out of 5

Great for any reason. Staff are very pleasant and always helpful, still has a family run feel, it's cute and next to a Barclays bike stop for convenience across the park. Originally booked for 2 nights but booked a third because we were enjoying it. Breakfast is v good, continental at least. Seen a few non residents eating on a night which shows good good. Will certainly be back soon.

Review by: Kedc
Date stayed August 16, 2012

4 out of 5

Personnel aimable, hôtel très bien entretenu bien que le mobilier soit quelque peu vieillot, petite-déjeûner continental très complet, "English" avec supplément, situation idéale face à Hyde Park, à proximité du métro Lancaster Gate (ligne centrale rouge) et des bus. A recommander.

Review by: Whole foods fan
Date stayed November 5, 2011

4 out of 5

My wife and I had a very nice stay of 8 nights at the London Elizabeth in September. This is an aging property, without particular frills, but it's a very good budget choice (for London prices anyway). The hotel is around the corner from the Lancaster Gate tube stop and an easy walk to Paddington Station. The street it's on is busy and the extremely busy road along the top of Hyde Park/Kensington Gardens is just around the corner, so do yourself a favor as we did and request a room in the back. The walls are a bit thin regardless, but we never had any particular problem with sound. Our room was small, but not tiny. Everything was clean, although some of the decor was a bit worn. The room had a safe, a trouser press, a television (only 4 channels, but we didn't vacation in London to watch TV), and plentiful hot water (if anything the pressure was too high) at all times of day. The bathroom was very clean, and my only issue was with the shower, which was high and a bit difficult to clamber into, and then so slim that it was difficult to stay out of the shower curtain while showering. The continental breakfast was adequate: four kinds of pastry, cereals, two juices, toast, tea, coffee, hard-boiled eggs, yogurt, and mixed cut fruit. By the end of eight days, a little variation would have been welcome, as would a bit of cheese, but everything was always fresh and service was good. A full breakfast was available for 6 pounds more. We didn't eat in the restaurant otherwise. We got good help with restaurant recommendations from the concierge, and there are plenty of options in the neighborhood, particularly if you like Middle Eastern and Asian food. Several decent pubs were an easy walk away. Don't be mistaken: this isn't the Ritz, but they took good care of us and we never had an issue in eight days that required remediation. This is a solid budget option in a good location in a city of expensive hotels. I would stay again.

Review by: First Timer in Edinburgh
Date stayed October 4, 2011

4.2 out of 5

Loved the cozy bar...since it was raining could not enjoy the meals on the terrace. Fantastic location!

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed September 12, 2011

4 out of 5

This is a pretty good hotel if you want a location beside Hyde Park and a tube station and you're not too fussy about having brand new decor and furniture. Main thing for me is, the sheets and towels were clean. Polite and helpful staff too. Big plus points for: free wifi, bath, breakfast included in what was a pretty good price for what seemed to be a fairly busy night in London's hotels. Big minus for: no tea/coffee-making in the room. Also minus for: tired building/decor, very cheap iron & ironing board.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed April 13, 2011

4.8 out of 5

Nice bed, good room and great staff!. All I would like to change the quilts on beds, the color of them will think this is dirty but this is not. I will stay there next time in London.

Review by: Jon Kornelius Gislason
Date stayed August 17, 2010

4.4 out of 5

Nice hotel, great location, friendly staff. Nothing is too much trouble.

Review by: Paul Chandler
Date stayed June 14, 2010

3.4 out of 5

Very noisy. Walls very thin can hear the doors banging and traffic outside. Shower dirty with mould. Lift not working. Lace curtain dirty. Dining area not big enough to cope with the amount of guests.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed April 11, 2010

4.2 out of 5

The best located hotel I've ever stayed in in London, but the continental breakfast was poor and the restaurant was not big enough for breakfast.

Review by: Soeren Erichsen
Date stayed April 13, 2009

4.8 out of 5

Great location for central/western London. Only drawback is that hotel front is on very busy/noisy road from early until very late. Will return - though

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed November 14, 2008

4.2 out of 5

Nice room but was a little loud to the street, window open wasn't possible

Review by: Wilfried Oertel
Date stayed July 11, 2008

4 out of 5

We stayed at the London Elizabeth Hotel for 5 nights in March 08. Negatives: the hotel is right next to a main road, the majority of rooms face it & are therefore noisy all night. Also, it is the first hotel we have stayed in without a kettle in the room. Not a major thing you might think, but we found it annoying & inconvenient. You can buy drinks from room service/the bar/the restaurant, but expecting people to pay for extras like this is poor. Also our shower hadn’t any hot water. We were offered option of showering in someone else’s room once they’d left & the room had been cleaned, but we insisted they moved us to another room. The second room was better (i.e. there was a bath & shower, both with hot water) but it was in the smoking section & stank of cigarette smoke seeping in under the door from nearby rooms. Also, tired décor overall & very average continental breakfast. Positives: Friendly reception service, clean room & excellent location right next to Hyde Park & tube.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed April 4, 2008

2.6 out of 5

the sheets and bathroom were clean, however the furnishing, sofas and the armchairs were in very bad condition. it was the oldest tv i've seen in the last years. breakfast was poor. no tea/coffee and boiler in the room. location is good. if the hotelier would spend a little, this hotel would have some character.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed March 31, 2008

5 out of 5

Friendly staff; excellent breakfast; free internet/printing access; 2 minute walk from Lancaster Gate station (Central line); pleasant walk through Hyde Park to South Kensington (20-25 minutes)

Review by: JOHN STARK
Date stayed March 12, 2008

4.2 out of 5

Great location. Staff friendly and helpful. Breakfast good. Rooms a little old but more than adequate and plenty of room compared to other hotels. Would recommend to others.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed February 4, 2008

5 out of 5

This is one of my favourite London hotels. My 'single' room was a spacious double room with bath/shower. The European breakfast offers a good choice and there is free use of a computer. The hotel is literally two minutes walk from Lancaster Gate station on the Central line and a similar distance from Hyde Park.

Review by: JOHN STARK
Date stayed January 27, 2008

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