Millennium Bailey's Hotel London Kensington
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Hansendenmark stayed here on Jan 30, 2014 during their trip titled: Hansendenmark's Great Adventure.
Turns out that most of the people we met in London don't have a British accent, more possibly eastern European. We were quite surprised to hear the many people working in restaurants and our hotel speak with something definitely different than a cockney accent.
Another easy and uneventful flight in a small plane from Nice to London City …
Arrived as the one armed bandit in the big city.. Baptised instantly with the trains needing to find my way from the airport... The next 4 days followed with many public transport ****ups an delays.. Crashed on couches, big night out at the infamous 'slug' sat night an indulged in many a snakebites! After many worries bout not getting a MOT we finally got one sorted Monday night!! Third time lucky, jake lives ...
... The line was short so George didn't have time to think about the height of the ferris wheel too long and back out. Definitely a different way to see the city. No one freaked out at the top so the short 30 minute excursion was considered a success.
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... was perfect and Narelle did a wonderful job getting us here in the dark. The Motel is budget as we expected but unfortunately we are on the second floor and the lift was out of action. As there was no one around we went through our cases in the car park and picked out things we needed and just took in our carry-on from the plane. The beds look fine and that is possibly what we need more than ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMillennium Bailey's Hotel London Kensington
This hotel is across the street from the Gloucester Road tube station. Three lines stop at this station. Very handy to get around. Also the line from Heathrow stops there.
The hotel was clean and modern, the staff friendly and helpful. A breakfast buffet came with my room and it was delicious.
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Good breakfast. Large. Executive rooms.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Millennium Bailey's Hotel London Kensington
Nice hotel in a good location
We stayed at the Baileys for 3 nights in November 2003. The location is great. It is just across the road from the Gloucester Rd Tube station on the Piccadilly line( that goes to Heathrow). It's in a beautiful area in Kensington, close to shops, restaurants, food stores and the V and A museum.
The rooms were large and updated. The bathrooms were also big with tile and marble. The public areas needed to be upgraded, new paint and wallpaper and the staff were impersonal but at 85 pounds a night it was worth the money. I would recommend it.
Good all round
We stayed at this hotel on agoup booking basis, 13 rooms in total. Each one of us was more than happy with the standard of the hotel. The rooms were large and clean, the staff friendly and helpful. The breakfast was good too. We had a wonderful stay and I would recommend it to any one
Excellent Hotel !
I was staying in the hotel for only one night on business but first impressions were certainly excellent ! You enter in to a grand foyer where the staff are most helpful. The hotel feels 'classy' inside and certainly earns it's 4 stars. My single room was rather small but very clean and luxurious none the less. Nicely equipped room with very efficient air conditioning.
The hotel is perfectly placed directly across from a tube station meaning you can get directly from Heathrow and also into the city centre. There were plenty of shops, restaurants and bars around the hotel as well.
I would certainly go back. Perfect for a tourist trip !
I stayed here a couple of months back an in short was impressed, i have stayed at all the top hotels in London but thought i'd give a smaller one a go this time. I had booked a Junior Suite and it was huge! and the bathroom was white washed and also masssive! However, the rooms could have done with being updated as in some places were a bit shabby, but its really not that much of a problem. And the location is great just across the road from a tube st, and near loads of restaurants!
Just came back from a 5-day stay at Bailey's Hotel (Oct 2003) and was overall very pleased. It's a very pretty Victorian-era hotel with a comfortable and attractive lobby. Our twin room was large and nicely decorated, with a high ceilings and a huge window overlooking the street. There was a double window so that, when closed, it was quiet.
Last year we stayed in the baileys hotel for a total of 2 weeks. What can i say my first impression was WOW, it looks fab and that was just standing on the outside then to enter we were greeted by a member of staff who then took are bags to our room.So of we went to the bedroom opening the door.....AMAZING!!! Massive beds and sooooo comfy great bathroom i was gobsmacked.Time went on going down for breakfast i felt really at home. The staff were very friendly and helpful every morning.
14 days passed and sadly it was time to head home.Going of in taxi i was crying! I WOULD REALLY go again and you should really go to. There is nothing bad i have to say on this hotel. oh and the tube station is just across the road.GO to the BAILEYS HOTEL---you'll love it i did
I do need to admit the location is ideal. Tube station across the street. Restaurants, pubs, stores and interesting streets to walk around on. I would advise not staying above the 2nd floor. I stayed on the 5th and water presure for taking a bath is non-existant. I know it is an old hotel that was redone but more than a trickle would be nice after a day of sightseeing. Also, I had a room that overlooked a gutter drain. Why is that important you ask? It seems that when it rains, that gutter sometimes needs to be cleaned or water overflows. This was told to me by a 7 AM call from the front desk. It was my first sleep since arriving on the overnight flight. The phone rings and I am told that maintanance needs into my room to check for water. The clerk even asked if I was awake. I told her I was since I answered the phone.
I stayed at the Millennium Baileys from Friday to Sunday in May 2003. Check in was fast and my room was available immediately. The single room was great, with a comfortable single bed (and supportive but soft pillows!) air conditioning, a bathroom with shower, a TV with lots of TV and radio channel choices, Tea/coffee making facilities and a mini bar, as well as being quiet. The room and hotel were very well maintained (I don't recognise the hotel from the negative comments in another review!!) and spotlessly clean, and could not have been more convenient for the tube, local shops and South Kensington museums.My room rate was excellent for a central 4* London hotel and included a full English buffet breakfast, with items including cereal, eggs, sausages, bacon, mushrooms, tomatoes, saute potatoes, a variety of bread rolls, toast, pastries, and fruit, plus tea and coffee.The staff were very friendly and efficient, and check out was relatively late at 12 noon. I shall certainly stay here again. WAE.
We frankly were disappointed with the room after a long flight. Even though they put us in an impressively large room, it was far more worn than we'd expected from pictures.
This Millenium hotel has so many things going for it. In July 2001, London was having a heat wave .. 95+! The best thing about Bailey's is that it is air conditioned! Second, location: across the street from the Gloucester Road Tube stop, near the Stanhope Arms Pub where the Hop On/Hop Off bus stops, across the street from restaurants, grocery store, pharmacy, next door to the Bombay Palace, a few blocks from Natural History and V&A Museums, a short tube ride from Harrod's, the Piccadilly Line to the heart of the West End, south of the hotel are beautiful neighborhoods to stroll through, and to the north of the hotel is Hyde Park, a short walk away (as is Kensington Palace). Third, the rooms are nice, larger than most London hotels. My single room had lots of storage and a great veiw, and terrific air conditioning! The double rooms were quite large, with a sitting area, huge bathroom, and terrific air conditioning! The staff were extremely friendly and helpful, especially the concierge who helped me change our travel plans on the spot. The continental breakfast was served in a lovely yellow dining room with cold cereal, juice, cold meat, fruit, boiled eggs, good coffee and tea. The hotel is a restored town house hotel, built in 1885, and is in the heart of Kensington. The lobby is lovely with a beautiful, sweeping staircase as it's focal point (there are elevators, too!). It offers all en-suite bathrooms, air conditioning, satellite tv, all the amenities you expect of a 4 star hotel. I look forward to staying there again.