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Pavilion Hotel London3 Stars
34-36 Sussex Gardens Hyde Park London England W2 1UL
Located near Oxford Street and Hyde Park, Pavilion Hotel is a few minutes walk from Paddington Station. Other places of interest, located about 2 kilometres away from the hotel are Lords Cricket Ground, Photographers Gallery and Royal Albert Hall.
The hotel offers 30 uniquely named guest rooms that have been designed with a theme. All the rooms have private bathroom, television with cable connection and telephone.
Guests can start their day with continental breakfast served at the Pavilion Hotel in London. Several restaurants are available in the surroundings where guests can relish a wide variety of local, regional and international cuisines.
Pavilion Hotel London offers faxing facilities for guests' convenience. They can approach the tour desk for information about local attractions such as Kensington Palace and Royal Mews. For shopping they can visit the renowned store of London, Harrods.
- Bar / Lounge
- Internet Access - Wireless
- Non-Smoking Rooms
- Smoke Free Hotel
- Faxing Facilities
- Laundry Facilities
- Parking Facilities
- Room Service
- Tour Desk
- Internet Access - High Speed
- Laundry Services
- Parking Facilities (At Cost)
- Safe Deposit Box
- Cable / Satellite TV
- Ensuite / Private Bathroom
Pavilion Hotel London Guest Reviews (165)
Two night stay. The first room was bad without a bathroom (Goldfinger). We were then moved for the second night (cosmogirl) this room was super good.
Sausage finger wrote on January 6, 2013
Nice to find something different and untraditional. Small but cozy and had character. The staff are helpful but not very lively until you take the time to talk to them We would go again
Anonymous wrote on November 29, 2012
The hotel was as described with unique decorations but almost gothic/alice and wonderland like and very dark rooms. It was located near an underground station and convenient it you were going to stay in that neighborhood, though the neighborhood was mostly middle eastern culture and food. I felt safe and fine being there, just didnt read about the types of restaurants in any other reviews. It was not the type of food and neighborhood I was looking for. The shower water temperature was either freezing or scalding. The continental breakfast was fine: croissant, muffin, cereal, and juice. The beds felt like they were from my grandma's time and squeaked every time you moved an inch, could use replacing. I would not return based on the neighborhood, room size, price, and location combination.
curious traveler wrote on November 13, 2012
Nearly fell over when entering this place on the 1st day. The front step is very dangerous and needs repair badly. Sometimes covered with an equally dangerous loose plank! Or a dirty towel! The rooms here are lovely, it is quirky and colourful, a lovely looking boutique hotel. Close to the tube and handy for central London and the sights. The reception area (where the staff hang out) is so cosy and hot. However, the rest of the building is Siberian, including the attitude of the reception staff. The Pavilion's website is out of date because this place is clearly no longer the fun it once was! It is NOT A HOTEL, it is just an over-priced bed and breakfast. There is no bar, no dining or sitting room. The most miserable, nasty, so-called continental breakfast I have ever been offered, left on a tray on the floor outside my room. And they are very mean here with the coffee, tea, milk, etc. in the room, which I was expected to drink from a tiny, dolly's tea cup! And all you get is 1 tiny piece of soap in the bathroom which is not replaced each day! My room was incredibly cold at night (November) and when I asked for the radiator to be switched on, they said 'OK' but nothing happened. I was so cold at night that I slept in my day clothes! (And I live by the sea on the chilly and blustery East Coast) It is a lovely quiet location, it could be so wonderful here - and obviously once was! Spoiled now by clueless, greedy, mean-spirited owners, and totally selfish, lazy reception staff. Why bother guys? Give up!
Lisamaturemum wrote on November 9, 2012
This is a good place, 7 min walk from Paddington station. The hotel is rather modest in terms of comfort, but is kept clean and the staff is friendly.
Petar wrote on October 30, 2012
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