Mayflower Hotel & Apartments

Address: 26 - 28 Trebovir Rd, London, England, SW5 9NJ, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.

How has this hotel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.


This 3 star hotel, located in the Knightsbridge/Earl's Court/Kensington area of London, is near Queen Elizabeth II Great Court, Holland Park Opera, Urban Outfitters, and La Vigneronne.
Map this hotel



    TravelPod Member ReviewsMayflower Hotel & Apartments London

    Reviewed by mandymartin

    Place to Sleep

    Reviewed Jun 10, 2008
    by (7 reviews) Perth , Australia Flag of Australia

    Convenient, clean, very compact. Lots of stairs to drag your cases up. As it's only a place to sleep it is adequate.

    Our Room
    London, United Kingdom

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

    Historical Traveler Reviews Mayflower Hotel & Apartments London

    Be warned!


    Two friends and myself stayed at the Mayflower last weekend, having seen the wonderful rooms in internet. We had booked a triple room but when we arrived the receptionist told us we had been given an upgrade to a "deluxe" apartment as the triple room was a bit cramp for three adults. We were then taken next door up a dirty, hideously shabby corridor where people obviously permanently have rooms (there was post strewn all over the floor) into this "deluxe" apartment. It was modern enough, but very poorly kept. There was no hairdryer in the bathroom, not even a bar of soap. No remote for the tiny TV and worse still, the balcony doors did not shut properly. We complained but received no apology. It really isn't acceptable to book a room in a palace and then be given a pigsty! The hotel where we had originally booked looked absolutely wonderful by comparison. Too many London hotels staffed by incompetent staff do this, and it's about time the authorities in the capital did something to stop unsuspecting people like myself being taken for a ride. Be warned!

    Awesome Hotel


    My friends and I were originally supposed to stay at the Rushmore Hotel but ended up staying at the Mayflower, their sister hotel. We stayed in a quad that was a bit tiny but that is my only complaint. Delicious continental breakfast is included and the location (right near Earl's Court Tube Station) is amazing. The rooms are also spotless. I would highly recommend this hotel to any traveler.



    On the face of it very nice, but some dissapointing issues - charged 15 for remote we never had (Tough **** attitude when raised this issue - read your terms and conditions etc.) - doors to balcomy would not close beacuse wires for the bedside lights were trailed through from outside, very thin walls - you can hear everything!

    Very small single room


    good location. tastefully refurbished. the single room is extremely small. the shower room, with basin and toilet, is tiny. one can barely move around in them! if anything appears not to be working, and the receptionist is approached, someone will be sent up immediately. the heating in my room was turned off. as the room is so small, and the bedspread hid the radiator control knob, i thought i had no heating.

    the receptionist sent someone up with me and he turned it on. in the morning, the shower's hot water was lukewarm. when i complained, someone was sent up immediately who showed me, but only after i insisted that the "hot" water was not hot enough, how to release the catch in order to get hotter water. breakfast is very basic and simple.

    Super clean, just make sure where your room is situated....


    I booked our stay at the Mayflower online well in-advance for our October 2003 stay. The staff is friendly and fairly accomodating. The hotel room was spotless--as I read in a review that was posted here earlier, however, be warned that there are rooms that you can hear the trains from the nearby Earl's Court tube station. While most people are gone during the day sightseeing etc., and tubes stop running by 12 or so at night, it may not present a problem, but you don't want to discover this once you're unpacked. The Earl's Court area itself is a bit seedy--you won't want to spend any time there other than for time spent at your hotel.

    Great Place, Great Value


    Just got back from 9 days in London. The Mayflower is just around the corner from Earl's Court and it was great. The room was newly renovated and one of the cleanest I've ever stayed in London. It is a small hotel with great rooms and very quiet. The lobby area was being remodeled while we were ther but you have never known it.

    The staff was kind and on and very responsive. The only challenge we had was receiving mail sent via post to us at the hotel. The mail was misplaced. However, we would not hesitate to stay at this hotel again.

    It was a great deal and a great place.

    Modern but Noisey


    This hotel has been recently renovated...very modern. However, my husband and I were awaken at 3 am to people running up the stairs and through the hallway (scared us to death!!) then they ended up going to the room next door to us where we could hear their conversation clearly for the next 45 mins.My in-laws on the same floor in a different section were not awaken by the runners...they were awaken by the harmonica players at 3am.This only happened one evening. This place is nice and convienient, but loud. The rooms are also very small.I would recommend it if you get a good deal.



    My son & I stayed here 10th & 11th September. We found the Staff VERY helpful, the room lovely & clean & really close to everything!

    Very attractive remodeling . . .


    I stayed in a family room in May, 2002. This room had recently been remodeling with a very trendy all-granite bathroom and minimalist decor in the room (lots of wood and white, with good lighting, alarm clock, etc.). A really pleasant environment in a convenient location with a bargain price.

    Nice Place to Stay


    We've stayed at the Mayflower hotel 3 times. It's terrifically convenient to the Earl's Court tube stop.

    Twice the hotel has been totally booked and they had to move us to other accommodations they own.

    The first time to a great little apartment on a quiet mews only half a block from the hotel and even more convenient to the shopping and restaurants. I highly recommend them.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Mayflower Hotel & Apartments London

    3.00 of 5 stars Good

    Travel Blogs from London

    British Airways Club World: London - Mexico City

    A travel blog entry by cariverga on Oct 15, 2015

    37 photos

    ... 1100;: 11 часов 20 минут
    Само& #1083;ет: Boeing 747-400
    Мест& #1086;: 60A (Бизне ...

    Day 4 Thurs Westminster and surrounds

    A travel blog entry by robyncoleman on Sep 06, 2015

    15 photos

    ... We sat in St James Park ( will have yo check that ) and had a break watching other tourists and lunching civil servants. The green spaces really make the place , more squirrels and plenty of bird life. London actually is pretty clean, g theniven how many people jam into this relatively small area.Westminster abbey next, thought that would be a quick look but proved more fascinating than I ...

    Who says you need to rest after Glastonbury?!

    A travel blog entry by maber23 on Jun 30, 2015

    8 photos

    ... see Jurassic World! Oh Chris Pratt! The movie was pretty good. Nothing, nothing beats Jurassic Park. I'd say the order of favourites is 1,4,2,3. Definitely worth a view and makes me want to see a real life dinosaur all over again like it did when I was a kid watching the first movie! Cheeky Nandos was our last stop! Can't leave England only having had one cheeky Nandos meal!! Next up? Belfast for Canada ...

    Day 2 London

    A travel blog entry by dles3222 on Jun 26, 2015

    12 photos

    • Visited the Imperial War museum. It is a really good museum that needs days not hours to do it justice. This museum covers all aspects of 20th & 21st century conflicts.There are separate exhibits such as the secret wars which cover spying and Omega code breakers, which I found very interesting indeed. There are 5 IWM museums, 3 in London, that specialise in various areas of conflicts; such as the IWM at ...

    Day 33 - London

    A travel blog entry by k1w1milnerz on May 12, 2015

    11 photos

    ... have almost ruined the city and also so many magnificent buildings. We were interested to see all the important changes in the city. There were displays of the clothes through the ages which were beautiful. In the 1920s they built beautiful shops like Harrods and Selfridges and Hotels like the Savoy and they drove amazing cars and wore gorgeous clothes. Then when the second world war was on and they were getting bombed they all ran and hid in the subways and came up to ...

    Traveler Photos Mayflower Hotel & Apartments London

    The Mayflower
    London, United Kingdom
    Our Room
    London, United Kingdom