Chiswick Moran Hotel

Address: 626 Chiswick High Road, London, England, W4 5RY, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Turnham Green area of London, is near Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, Kew Palace and Queen Charlotte's Cottage, Hogarth's House, and Ealing Riding Centre.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Chiswick Moran Hotel London

    Fantastic

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    I had been in Moran 2 months ago for a romantic getaway with my girlfriend.

    The hotel is brand new and really fantastic (the location is not a big issue as there is frequent connection with the city center).

    The staff was excellent and the rooms with an elegant touch.

    Do not hesitate to visit this hotel with such an affordable price

    Really nice hotel, pricey extras

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    This is a fabulous hotel in a good location - just off the m-way and good access into London.

    We checked in late and our room was of course ready.

    Check in was fast, pleasant and efficient

    The room on the 4th floor was beautiful. Really comfy firm beds, spotlessly clean (as was the whole hotel) and a beautiful full ensuite (bath and shower). LCD tele and internet access (although at cost - see later).

    Our package included breakfast, which is served from 7am - 10am. We went down at about 9.15 and the dining room was quite empty; however, the staff were attentive and we had a really nice fresh hot Irish breakfast.

    Checkout is normally 12 0'clock, but the receptionist was most pleasant in arranging a check out for us a little later.

    2 slight reservations about the hotel: internet access cost us 15 although we only went online for 3 minutes to pay the congestion charge; we queried this and were told that we elected for 24 hour internet - we didn't but couldn't do anything about it; also it cost 20 to park the car. All in all a 35 extra onto our bill.

    In my experience, most hotels nowadays offer free internet access; I'm less concerned about the parking charge.

    The staff throughout the hotel were always pleasant, and always acknowledged you and wished you good morning or made similar comments; it made for a lovely experience.

    Perefect

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    One word describes it.... Perfect!

    No more is needed to be said!!!

    Excellence at a reasonable price

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    I confirm the excllent status of this new hotel that others have written about in detail. We were impressed by the friendliness of the staff and the stylish and comfortable public areas and bedroom - we had a de- luxe bedroom. We travel a lot and were very happy with this hotel, and especially the price. Its convenient for transport and beats the Heathrow or central hotels on price and quality

    The only downside was that they want to charge you 2 an hour to use the car park at the back of the hotel, or 20 a day! However, there are some more spaces at the side of the hotel which are free (but first come, first served), and where I was happy to park my car. Also if you don't mind leaving your car on the road, there was plenty of parking on the Saturday night we stayed there, on the road at the side and in the industrial estate behind the hotel.

    Faultless.

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    Perfect for a weekend getaway. Large comfortable room which was stylish, modern, immaculately clean - absolutely faultless in fact! Great and reasonably priced room service. Staff were friendly and professional throughout. Close to tube station (District line). For the price I genuinely cannot see how you could do better.

    Absolutely faultless

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    It is rare not to be able to find a single fault with a place but this is that rarity. From the moment you walk through the door you know that you have come somewhere special (don't be put off by its early 80's office block exterior). The foyer of the hotel sets the scene for the rest of the interior - a more stylish place would be difficult to come by. The staff are really friendly, attentive and helpful - nothing is too much trouble here. Our room was fantastic (exec double) - huge bedroom and huge bathroom with separate bath and freestanding walk-in shower too. The decor was exceptional and modern but not stark or minimalist. We got a weekend deal which included a 3 course meal in the resaturant. The food was excellent too. This place represents exceptional value for money and iseasily accessible from the centre.The Tube is 2 minutes walk away and the bus stops directly outside. A better place would be hard to find and we will return at our first opportunity.

    Fantastic

    from

    Stylish, beautiful, modern hotel. Couldn't ask for a lot more. Would highly recommend.

    Loved it, go there!

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    We booked this hotel for a two night stay and after seeing the poor reviews for other hotels closer to the city. We decided to opt for the Chiswick after seeing a few positive reviews. As this is a new hotel you would expect the facilities to be good, although I have stayed at newish hotels before that were grubby. Not so this one. The standard of housekeeping is excellent, everywhere was spotless. The room was bigger than average with a spacious bathroom with a lovely deep bath and good power shower. Lots of chrome and mirrors and not a smear anywhere!

    Lovely large 6ft bed with crisp good quality linen. The air conditioning was a bonus, all hotels should have it. Everything I was hoping for and more. An excellent breakfast was served with a choice of continental or the full Irish which was delicious and plentiful. 24 hour service if you want it, which was also good.

    What really pleased me also were the staff who welcomed us warmly on arrival and were friendly and corteous with nothing too much trouble. What a change from some hotels I have been in in London.

    The tube is literally two minutes walk away with a straight twenty minute ride into the city centre and the buses run from right outside the door.

    Don't bother to pay a fortune to stay in a shoe box in central London. This excellent hotel is a much better option and deserves its 4* rating. It makes you feel like you have spent a lot and doesn't break the bank. Well worth it, book with confidence.

    Great and good value

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    I stayed one night and ran a two day course in this brand new hotel in West London. It has been converted from an office building and the Irish guys who own it have done an excellent job.

    The rooms are spacious with high quality although a little retro fittings. The beds and pillows are excellent and linen is good quality. I really enjoyed the bar area with good wine list, plenty of good beer on tap and the food was excellent whether it was served in the bar or via room service.

    The trianing rooms upstairs were perfect for our needs...I imagine they will top out at about 100.

    Gunnersbery tube is across the road 100 yards and frequent buses pass the front door. Its not central London, but its excellent for the money. Highly recommended.

    What a find!

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    We had a great stay here, with every comfort, great style and brilliant service. Everything you would expect from a hotel of this class. We live in London but wanted a 'weekend off' - we were throughly looked after and we will go again. A real find!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Chiswick Moran Hotel London

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