Lords Hotel

Address: 20-22 Leinster Square, London, England, W2 4PR, United Kingdom | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Lancaster Gate area of London, is near Fat Tire Bike Tours London, Porchester Spa, Savana Urban Spa, and Westbourne Grove.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsLords Hotel London

      Reviewed by valed20

      Buen hotel con aires a mejorar

      Reviewed Feb 1, 2013
      by (1 review) , Argentina Flag of Argentina

      Lindo y barato hotel, buena ubicación, algunos conserjes simpáticos, lastima que no tiene ascensor. Tuvimos que subir al cuarto piso con valijas y bolsos a cuestas por esas diminutas escaleras.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews Lords Hotel London

      Good choice for budget traveller


      Nice and helpful staff -- Audrey! She's a pleasant, nice and helpful lady!

      The Location is convenience -- locate in a quiet and beautiful street, near Bayswater Station, restaurants, supermarket, shops, shopping mall etc.

      Facilities -- basic, simple & clean

      Breakfast -- 2 buns with jam & butter + cup of coffee or tea (no good....)

      Good choice for budget traveller :)

      Shocking, loud and dirty


      we are shocked at our experience as it was so dirty which we did not expect. there is loud noise always because of mainly young people who are the guests. the terrible smells and filthy rooms and bathrooms were unpleasant. we will never come back to this hotel. the equipments and fitments need to be changed also as they are all very cheap and in bad conditions. the security seems to be a problem as many people (strangers) from the street were following the young girls inside to talk with them. the owner who is Nicos Ladas is reserved maybe because he must see daily the disappointment of our faces. we could see that many drunk people are inside at night which is not good.

      Clean with a good price tag


      I just completed a 3 nights stay at this hotel and I would like to reiterate the fact that this is a budget hotel! The most imporant thing about this hotel is that it was clean AND inexpensive. You do, in most ways, get what you pay for, breakfast is just 2 rolls but you can't expect 5-star service at a 1-star price.

      It is definitely much smaller than most people are used to but you need to remember that this is London, England and they don't have space to have a giant room with a spacious bathroom.

      I did however enjoy my stay and for the budget traveler who understands that they are not staying at the Ritz I would definitely recommend this hotel. I would stay here again, it beats a 16 bed hostel!!!

      Great for a budget traveller!


      I thought this was a great deal. I payed 30 pounds for a single room and received a triple room at no extra cost. The room was tight, but clean, and the bathroom was your standard tiny European bathroom. The staff were friendly enough, and the location was superb for sightseeing.

      Student Budget Hostel Type Accomodation


      This is more like a hostel than a hotel. Staff are nice, but our room was antiquated. The bunk beds had graffitti all over them. The en-suite was a pre-fabricated 3' square self contained unit. When you had a shower the entire inside of the en-suite was showered too. The smell that emanated into the bedroom was awful. We didn't eat here so can't comment on the food. At least it was centrally located. Great shops nearby.

      Last review


      Not bad, but nothing out of this world. I stayed there for 3 nights in november I don't recommend you the last floor, it's an odissey to get there, you end up breathless...!I was very unlucky because my bathroom contentrated all the nasty smells of the building. Nice staff, horrible breakfast (pls, have breakfast somewhere else...), but not all is bad...: very well located, closed to shops, cinemas, post office, underground station.

      Sleepover good


      friendly staff, no luxury, small beds, but good for a nights sleep only, located in a beautiful part of London.



      We stayed at this hotel for 3 nights end of May 2004. It was OK , clean and central, the street was a bit noisy, the staff were OK, not very friendly. If you get sent to the annexe buidling make sure you don't have heavy cases to lift up the flights of stairs as we did, (no lifts).

      Just OK for the money i suppose.

      Ok for a budget traveller


      I stayed at Lords Hotel for a week in May. It was pretty much what I expected; it wasn't expensive (for a single room 63 euros/night), I slept well, had my own privacy, breakfast was modest but ok for a student who is not too picky and my room also had wc and shower. (For a Finn used to triple glass windows the draft and street noise through single glass window was a bit annoying. Luckily it was summer...)

      Since I wanted cheap accommodation but wasn't willing to stay in a youth hostel, Lords Hotel filled my expectations. For someone used to luxury it's definitely a wrong choice.

      Expect not too much


      Okay, Lords is a descent small hotel in the lively area of London Bayswater. But the building needs a quick makeover, because the paint is blattering, the beds are small (for Western Europeans) and the bathroom is too tiny for a washing-smurf. But in a positive view, the staff is pretty friendly and the price is okay. Expect not too much and you will take the hotelquality for granted and will enjoy the best city in the world!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Lords Hotel London

      2.50 of 5 stars Fair

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