Westpoint Hotel

168-172 Sussex Gardens, London, England, W2 1TP, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Lancaster Gate area of London, is near Hyde Park, Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain, Hyde Park Stables, and Ross Nye Stables.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsWestpoint Hotel London

    Reviewed by redwatt

    Our London stays

    Reviewed Nov 3, 2010
    by (5 reviews) Blue Mountains, NSW, Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

    We always stay here - service is good, cleanliness is good, value for money excellent, access to Paddington station brilliant, includes breakfast!

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

    Historical Traveler Reviews Westpoint Hotel London

    Superb location!!!


    I booked a room at the hotel just by chance in 1998 and when I realized how convenient it was I came back in 2000 and in 2001.

    Comfortable, convenient and good value


    We stayed two nights in July 2004.

    Calls itself a hotel but is really a large guest house. Very convenient for Paddington station (less than five mins walk). Room and public areas were very clean. Room was nice & bed was comfortable. TV and phone in room but no tea/coffee facilities. Bathroom was quite small and some larger guests might find getting on the loo a tight squeeze!

    The choice offered in the Continental Breakfast was lmited (Corn Flakes, rolls, cheese & Ham, Jam) but there was plenty there. Don't bother upgrading the breakfast to 'full english' which consisted of 1 sausage, 1 bacon, 1 egg and beans - not worth it at 3.

    Car parking (Open to the street but with barrer controlled access) is offered for 10 per day extra which is a cheap way to park in London.

    All-in-all it was worth what we paid (64 per night for two people) and, yes, I would stay there again.

    Cosy hotel in an excellent location


    I stayed at the Westpoint Hotel in November 2001. I must say that for GBP35 for a single room en suite, it is good value for money. The room is comfortable with a double bed and shower. The breakfast is generous and delicious. Best of all, it is only a 3-minute walk to Paddington station.

    As close to a bargin as you get in london


    Let me start this review by saying after traveling to london a couple of times that there are no deals in hotels. I found this to be a close as I was able to find. Each room has a wc and they are clean. the rooms are fine but on the smallish size which I think is std for london by US stadard. There is a nice breakfast included which can be upgraded to a large for a fair price. The location is great near hyde park and a few tube stops. THis is my first choice for a central london hotel but just remeber that there is not a lot to choose from in this area and price class

    Wouldn't stay here ever again


    Look elsewhere. My wife and I had planned to stay 5 nights but only lasted one. Fire alarm went off for an hour and a half our first night. The hotel staff blamed and berated the guests for the alarm going off. When guests asked a question, the hotel engineer was very aggressive, hostile and told people they could leave if they weren't (--) happy and to stop wasting his time. Hotel staff wouldn't cal the fire department until pressured by many guests.I witnessed this first hand. Spend your money elsewhere. Many better places in London for the same price.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Westpoint Hotel London

    3.00 of 5 stars Good

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