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A romantic weekend in London. Had one of the "Thames rooms" overlooking the River..floor to ceiling windows (note that they are not one way windows!) and a large room/suite. Didn't use the restaurant so can't comment on that, but room was very good and location...More
Response from Malcolm_Bass, Manager at Rafayel on the Left Bank - Hotel & SpaResponded 4 March 2015
Thank you for taking the time to post your review on Tripadvisor. We are pleased to hear you enjoyed your stay with us at Hotel Rafayel.
We would be delighted to welcome you back at the Hotel Rafayel. Thank you once again.
Booked this hotel for an anniversary night in town last week.
Room was superb, and they even put a little card and some chocolates out for our anniversary which was a nice touch!
Showers were a bit complicated to use - despite clear instructions i...More
Response from Malcolm_Bass, Guest Relations Manager at Rafayel on the Left Bank - Hotel & SpaResponded 3 March 2015
Thank you for taking the time to post your review on Tripadvisor. We are pleased to hear you enjoyed your stay at the Rafayel.
We are sorry you struggled with our showers; we will try to see how we can improve on posting...More
I have just read the previous stay, im currently staying at Rafayel at the moment, and have a spa package booked.
I am seeing the spa its nearly a 3000 sq facility with a steam room and a sauna and a jacuzzi and a hydrotherapy...More
Ibofyen go for dinner at Rafayel. The menu is very well diversified and offers a good selection of dishes and "styles". I generally have scallops as a starter, the angus steak as a main and apple tarte as a dessert.
Scallops are good but i...More
Came here for a nice relaxing spa weekend and paid extra for the bathtub and views. When we arrived the reception staff looked at us standing for 10mins with our bags and said "Are you checking in!?" I don't know why else someone would come...More
15 minute walk to Clapham Junction (Platform 7) station. Get train to London Waterloo, and then an 8minute walk to Coca Cola London Eye. Just the one train, so pretty straight forward if new to London.