This hotel is often mentioned in magazines. Our expectations were high. Walking south from Bakerloo Street tube station, we found the hotel in a quiet street off Bakeroo Street. A simple and plain exterior. It didn't look like a hotel at all. We checked the address (number "10") and went inside. The building was built as a town house in 1919. It was converted into a hotel 3 years ago.
Good taste. Spacious. The single room comes with a semi-double bed. Nice colour coorination. Really nice rooms.
Every room has a bathtub, shower and toilet. Like the bedroom, the bathroom has a simple design.?Bathrobes are provided.
The hotel does not have a restaurant but it serves breakfast. It doesn't have room service, but you can order various takeaways from nearby restaurants which can be delivered to your room. You will have a wide choice from Italian, Indian, Chinese, Sushi and English dishes! Although we didn't try these takeaways ourselves they are reputed to be good.
Nice. A high ceiling, spacious floor. Good taste with the sofa and the curtains too. Hot coffee and tea are always served in pots in the lounge. You can help yourself anytime. The wife of the owner designed the interior of the hotel.
The hotel is located halfway between Bond Street tube station and Bakerloo Street tube station. Many little cafes and shops are in the area. Oxford Street is within 5-10 minutes walk from the hotel.
The hotel emphasises "High quality, Non frills, Good value for money". The hotel is busy with business customers during week, but it is rather quiet at weekends. The hotel gives you a futher discount for weekend stay.