I've stayed a couple of times in this hotel and would reccommend it.
It is very close and convenient for Earls Court underground.
The staff are friendly, most speak two languages but are helpful.
The rooms are large with usual features - a good sized double bed, TV, bathroom.
The hotel is very large and is spread out over two sides of the road. You don't know that you are crossing out of the original building as you walk down a enclosed passageway.
There is a bar/ resturant which can be a bit pricey but you are close to Earls Court to pop out for a change of food.
Breakfast is good value with plenty of choice.
I've stayed in a number of Premier Inns in several UK cities and towns. This one isn't bad. Staff are polite, Premier Inn check-in (particularly if you book online) is painless. Room is listed as a "double," with one queen bed and a sofa/day bed. View is out onto the street at the extension of the hotel on the other side.
Room was what you'd expect from a Premier Inn, purple and clean. Wi-fi reception better than some places. Noisy neighbors can be a problem, but things were relatively quiet this trip (unlike a succession of hen parties that went through a Premier Inn in Liverpool one weekend).
Breakfast is the chain's buffet, hot and fresh, if not memorable. Coffee good.
Earl's Court tube station is one block away, so good access to public transit.
A decent hotel if you just want the basics (which we did) and it is very close to the Tube. But be forewarned that one side of the hotel gets CONSTANT tube train noise.
The first night we got in late and went right to the room only to keep hearing the tube trains all night long. We complained the next morning and were assigned a new room and credited for the first night after protesting a bit.
We appreciate that they made things right for the bad nights sleep.
The hotel is located just a few minutes walk away from Earls Court station. The location is convenient coming from Heathrow (or going to). The locations is pretty decent considering what you are going to do in London. It does provide easy access via the tube to most parts of London. The negative part is that it is located above the tube station which will make it a bit noisy - was not that disturbing but we stayed on the 5th floor and could hear the trains very well so I would imagine it could be a problem if one stayed lower.
The room was pretty small or rather over furnished as it had one large bed (queen size) and one small bed. They also managed to squeeze in a desk with a TV on it. It would have looked nice with just one bed as it was now it was difficult to fit bags and ourselves into the room. The beds were comfortable and the place was clean. The bathroom also had a bathtub and the standard things were provided.
The main problem (other the noise from the trains) were the staff. They were not in any way unfriendly but there appeared to be a lot of confusion. We were several people in the same group and the rooms were pre-paid (This hotel was part of a package deal with a sports travel company so we did not book it ourselves but we were reasonably pleased.) Still when one guy in our group checked into his room they first claimed it was not paid for (even though he handed them a voucher). It was of course cleared up after a while. The next problem was however that when they arrived to their room there were several people in their room (door was open and several people speaking Russian or some Eastern European language were rummaging around in there). They appeared surprised to see my friends and asked if they were in this room - then took a few towels (?) and left. It was unclear whether these people worked at the hotel (they wore no clothes or badges identifying them as employees). No real harm done but still very strange and it added to the feeling that it was rather disorganized.
I had previously stayed a couple of nights at a Travelodge and an EasyHotel so sampled many of the budget hotels in the city during the same week (had to stay at this one due to the fact that it was included in a package with football tickets). Travelodge and PremierInn were a bit better than EasyHotel but taking price into consideration the Travelodge was easily the best value.
I stayed in this hotel for 2 months whilst my house was being renovated. The room was always impeccably clean, service always friendly and reliable and the breakfast every morning for £7.50 was a bargain. Highly recommended!
We always use Premier Inn if there is one available and this one is our favorite in London. Close to Earls Court tube station and shops and restaurants. Rooms are large and always very clean with good firm beds. The staff are always pleasant and helpful and the bar although quite pricey is a pleasant place to spend an evening (ask at the bar for board games). The attached restaurant is pretty bog standard, but perfectly acceptable and has ok prices.
We stayed in this hotel whilst the reception and restaraunt was being 'rennovated' which we didnt have prior warning of, pain in he BUM! cheap but not so cheerful
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