Nayland Hotel

132/134 Sussex Gardens, London, England, W2 1UB, United Kingdom | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located in the Lancaster Gate area of London, is near Hyde Park, Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain, Hyde Park Stables, and Ross Nye Stables.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Nayland Hotel London

    Clean, Tidy and Great location


    We stayed at the Nayland in mid August and had a good stay there. Rooms small but clean and tidy, no major problems, the breakfast was nothing very exciting but we managed to full up on what they had to offer. We had a lovely dinner in a Turkish restaurant around the corner from the Nayland, they have a great Belly dancer and great food, unfortunately 2 young men snuck in and stole a ladies hand bag while she was watching the show. I do feel sorry for the lady that wrote in Trip Advisor about having her room broken into and things stolen, the very same thing happened to us in Paris. Travelers, never trust anyone, keep your suitcases packed while at hotels, and most importantly keep them padlocked at ALL times.

    Great Location


    Great location a couple of blocks from Paddington Station. Plenty of pubs, shops in the area. Staff friendly. Small hotel, clean, nice bathroom (European Style). Our room overlooked the garden area. Quiet. We would stay there again.

    Geat Hotel..But...


    Great location, In hotel area of London, tonnes of resturants in area. Walking distance to everthing in London.

    But.. I had my room broken into the last night of my stay. The burgler walked right past the front desk. Broke through my room window, stole my video and digital cameras, plus my hair curling iron of all things. ( all of my photo's and video tapes went with the cameras)

    The managment has refused to co-operate with working with the police and my insurance company. They took the stance of, no one was caught caught, so there is was no crime!

    They are very rude when I for info that the police provided the hotel on my behalf, because I was leaving the next day. (They stated they forgot to write the police referance number down, that the police left for me)

    They refused to provide the description of the burgler to the police, (the desk man forgot the description of the burgler when talking to the police) even though the desk man saw him walk by him twice, once on the way in and again on the way out, with cameras in hand. Knowing he wasn't a tenant in the hotel!

    I had just gone for a 1 hour walk when the burglery happened.

    I would not recomend this hotel because of poor security reasons. Many other hotels in area have Closed Curcuit Television Cameras, Use those hotels instead.

    Great for four aussies on a budget


    Great place to stay right in the middle of paddington close to tube rer and all the sights. The double decker bus leaves just around the corner!!

    Did not have beakfast, but they let us leave some beer that we bought , in there bar fridge. Rooms small But ok when you in london you only sleep in the room. Friendley staff (Just watch they moved us to there sister hotel the beverley but just the same)

    All good for 4 aussies looking for cheap in london in the middle of it all!!!!

    Excellent !!!


    Great hotel, great value, very clean and staff are very friendly. Right in the centre of Paddington so great for just hopping on a bus or tube.

    Rooms are comfortable, clean and secure - also a safety deposit box in the wardrobe which is very useful.

    We will definately stay here again on our next visit - 100% recommended!!!



    The hotel is perfectly located , just 2 minutes away from a very big train & tube station. the rooms are extremlly small but clean. breakfast is rather poor . they don't change your towels every day unless used towels are thrown on the floor ?!

    For an expensive citi as London and for one using the hotel just to sleep - it is a reasonable hotel .

    A fai value for money

    TripAdvisor Reviews Nayland Hotel London

    3.00 of 5 stars Good

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