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I stayed here for 2 days from 14 August 2018. The foyer cafe is pleasant, but seriously slow in service. The restaurant for breakfast was nice, but need better leadership for the staff. The wait-staff do not confirm the order before delivery. They served me...More
We visited the InterContinental London Park Lane on our recent visit to the city, several months after being married at an InterContinental property in New York City. The hotel and its staff did not disappoint. The hotel itself is gorgeous and well maintained, though the...More
2 Thank Seth R
Response from cariadkenan, Manager at InterContinental London Park LaneResponded 31 May 2018
Dear Seth R,
Thank you for sharing your feedback with us following your recent stay and thank you for your loyalty towards InterContinental.
I am glad to hear that overall you had a great experience with us and enjoyed the service and the room.
I have previously stayed at this hotel several times and enjoyed pleasant stays with appropriate levels of loyalty recognition. This time all the wheels were off the cart with the main issues seemingly reflecting woeful efforts from the front front desk, which in turn makes...More
I had such high hopes for our stay here - I had stayed ten years before and thought it would be as good. It is in need of a makeover. Our room was very disappointing - drab and small and certainly not good value.
Location, location, location- this is an elegant hotel with the ultimate in service and quality. The 7th floor Lounge has the best view of the city , confirmed by our great friends who live in Kew Gardens. The morning, afternoon, & evening receptions are the...More
Response from cariadkenan, Manager at InterContinental London Park LaneResponded 3 days ago
Thank you for taking the time to share your experience with us after your recent stay at InterContinental London Park Lane.
I am delighted to hear that you were able to enjoyed what we have to offer and use the outlets on your...More
Set beside some of London's best parks and home to world-class galleries, luxurious hotels, and famed thoroughfares, the ultra upscale Mayfair is one of London's most exclusive haunts. Here the shopping is haute, the dining is exquisite, and the nightlife is vibrant. A casual stroll through the area’s chic streets will reveal that Michelin stars and chauffeured cars are practically the norm here. Even
if you're on a tight budget, this exceptionally well connected swath of Central London is worth exploring, if only for the chance to take a peak at the goings on of upper crust English society.
Response from Aussiegirltravelling | Reviewed this property |
You can catch the tube (the under ground) straight from the airport. A taxi would be very expensive. You could also call the hotel to ask if a driver could be arranged and the cost. Most cost effective and time saver is the... More
You can catch the tube (the under ground) straight from the airport. A taxi would be very expensive. You could also call the hotel to ask if a driver could be arranged and the cost. Most cost effective and time saver is the tube. Hyde park corner is a 30second walk to the hotel. Green park station is about a 10minute walk
Hi, I always find it a good idea to do a hop-on, hop-off bus in a new city. This gives me a guide to where things are, what I would like to go back to explore further and the distances between locations. If you are only in... More
Hi, I always find it a good idea to do a hop-on, hop-off bus in a new city. This gives me a guide to where things are, what I would like to go back to explore further and the distances between locations. If you are only in the city, it is easy walking around London. The public bus and train systems are good and easy to use too on a limited budget. The only thing with the trains you don't see much because you are travelling underground around the city so I don't use them in the city only for outside the area. I would be inclined to google the best of London and check out a map for location proximities. Hope this helps.