Holiday Inn Express Earls Court
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We arrived in London after 2 days in Dubai, but were only staying for 2 nights before heading off on a European bus tour. We would then come back to London for a week, but for now, just 1 day.
We stayed at Holiday Inn Earls Court because it was where our bus tour departed. The hotel was nice enough but the staff were so unhelpful and …
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Historical Traveler Reviews Holiday Inn Express Earls Court London
We had a great 2 nights at this hotel: we were a family of 4 (mum,dad, 2 young children).
Extremely Clean and Quiet
We stayed here for the weekend 20th - 22nd January 2006. There were 4 of us in one room, 2 adults and 2 teenagers. It was a bit of a squeeze but fine. The room itself was very nice and spotlessly clean. The bathroom was very nice and the shower excellent. The continental breakfast was very good and served right up to 10.30a.m. I would definitely recommend this hotel and would stay in it again myself. My only concern was the area it was in as it was very run down and a bit grubby. It was a good 7-10 mins walk from the tube station which was fine during the day but not so at night, although there is a bus stop right outside the tube station which drops you off outside the door of the hotel and you can use your tube ticket.
Nice modern night stop
Small room for four but functional for one night. Very modern hotel, almost new. Bit out of the way but 5 minute walk to tube. Parking OK not very secure. Very helpful staff.
We stayed (2 adults and a teenager) in this hotel for 5 nights in November. The hotel is less than a year old, hence all the furnishings are in great shape and it is very clean. It is in a working-class neighborhood with many stores and places to eat. There is an Indian food place (Indian Express) that has a good buffet Sun & Wed. You can get a train from Gatwick to Brompton Road station for 9 pounds (a pretty good deal, need to change at Clapton Junction). This station actually might be a bit closer than the West Kensington tube station mentioned in other posts. We would definately stay here again, because it is hard to find family rooms in London at a price we can afford. We paid 85 pounds/night via the hotel's web site and the posted rate on the sign in front of the hotel was 99 GBP/night. Fortunately, we did not have the billing problems mentioned by other posters.
Whilst attending a seminar we stayed at this hotel for 7 nights. Rooms were very clean and much better size than many other London hotels. The free continental breakfast is very good and the staff were very friendly. The location of this hotel is ideal if you wish to walk to the local restuarants of which there are many.Only 5 mins walk from tube station also (West Brompton). I will definately return to this hotel.
We stayed at this hotel for 4 nights in the July. The stay was nice and comfortable especially since the hotel was very new and had air conditioning. The distance from the main thoroughfare in London wasn't that inconvenient especially with the presence of the West Kensington tube station not too far away. My only complaint is the fact that the hotel staff refused to honor the actual cost of the room listed on the reservation made through the internet (on the hotel's website nonetheless). We ended up paying more than what our reservation stated. I was not happy about this but we had to check out to catch our train so we didn't have a choice. And,yes, I did bring a print out of the reservation confirmation but apparently, that meant nothing to them.
Hotel is typical Holiday Inn Express. The hotel was brand new when I stayed, so it was ultra clean and cozy. Everything was fantastic. The location was rather far from the city center, however, it was located in a great area. I loved that it was in a local area, but not an uncomfortable place. It was separated fromt he mass tourism of central London, so it gives a great local feel. With a rate of 60 pounds a night, you can't say no to this, when the average hotel is 100. The tube stop was a 5-10 minute walk, so it was easily accessible to central London. Right off the District line. Buses run near by 24 hours, so you can reach the hotel when the tube shuts down. Great Kabob house nearby and cheap internet cafe across the street for those not wanting to pay the hotel rates. Breakfast is doable and free. Great hotel for great price.
The Express by Holiday Inn Earl's Court just opened in May of this year (2005). The hotel was exceptionally clean and of course, modern. We had a few problems with check-in and check-out due to the fact that we did not go through the Holiday Inn website, but rather an outside Internet booking agency. However, I double-checked with the hotel by e-mail before arriving and they confirmed that everything was alright, so we should not have encountered any problems.
Express by Holiday Inn - London Earl's Court is a great hotel at a REALLY great price. It is newly built so its modern facilities and rooms were all very clean and comfortable. The bathrooms are spacious and clean too. A nice continental breakfast in the lobby is a great way to start the day. The hotel staff are all really nice and helpful as well.
I stayed at the newly opened Holiday Inn Express Earlsourt London on June 9th. After just two weeks the friendly and efficient management and staff deliver a good product at an excellent price. The rooms are imaginitively designed, spacious and well equipped.The hotel is situated in a typical London neighbourhood within a living community. The nearest tube station is West Kensington about seven minutes walk from the hotel. There are a number of good value resturants ranging from Italian to traditional English Fish and Chips cafes in the immediate vicinity. I enjoyed my stay though as a business traveller I would prefer if the Express division of Holiday Inn included a trouser press as standard in rooms. Overall an above average hotel in an excellent location within reasonable commuting distance from most of the major attractions in London.