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We spent 2 nights at this hotel. I had never stayed here before but other family members have and rate it very highly. As it is Wimbledon fortnight, prices had of course soared and London was pretty much booked up so I had no choice....More
One night stay at this hotel with my Partner. Stayed here before so know what we are getting. Bit stressful on arrival as there were road workers so couldn't get into the hotel. Left car in street and booked in. Staff were very helpful and...More
Situated in a quiet tree-lined street yet just round the corner from Earls Court Tube station and a few minutes walk from Olympia Exhibition Hall.
Not the Ritz but for the price they're asking for B&B (including English Breakfast) it is very good value for...More
I was due to travel to London on business back in February, as the hotel was booked by the company I was meeting with I had no say on where we were staying. I would never have booked the Beaver Hotel myself and genuinely believe...More
OK, this is not the Dorchester and not the usual standard of hotel that I stay in but for an overnight stay with work for a conference in Olympia it was more than adequate.
The rooms are very dated as was the whole building but...More
The Beaver is a 5 minute walk from Earl's Court tube station. You would need to catch the District Line eastbound to Westminster and change to the Jubilee Line northbound to Wembley Park. Allow about 1 hour. However... More
The Beaver is a 5 minute walk from Earl's Court tube station. You would need to catch the District Line eastbound to Westminster and change to the Jubilee Line northbound to Wembley Park. Allow about 1 hour. However, concerts tend to finish after 11.00 p.m. and it takes time to leave the stadium. A problem could arise in getting back to Earl's Court before the tube shuts. However, you would get back to Westminster and could use night buses to do the last three miles back to Earl's Court. You may prefer to find an hotel a little nearer to Wembley.