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Lovely hotel. Reception staff very helpful and cheerful. We had a twin room, although a little compact it was clean and the beds were really comfy. Would definately stay again. Please note if you want to get the the Albert hall or museums. It's about...More
Myself, my fiancé and 2 friends stayed for one night in a quadruple room. We were happy to get everyone in one room which is unusual and for £80 we couldn’t complain at the price really. Location is good, 2 minutes from Earls Court tube...More
Stayed at Garden View Hotel in late January. The main reason for selecting this hotel was the location to Earls Court tube station. The comfort of the hotel is in accordance with the price - good but nothing fancy. The breakfast is something you can...More
Good location near enough to Earls Court station (which is good to get around London).
I got a triple room which gave me enough space, wifi worked ok enough and the bed was pretty comfy.
Walls were paper thin so was woken up every time...More
Firstly we got out at the wrong exit of the station, we didn't know there were two exits to the station. No one we asked knew where the hotel was until we went into Boots and the helpful lady on the counter told us where...More
US$74 - US$214 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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it depends what you want and what you are used to. facilities are minimal and breakfast is adequate but minimal. there is no bar or restaurant on site, you get a small room with a bed, you wouldnt want to spend a lot of time... More
it depends what you want and what you are used to. facilities are minimal and breakfast is adequate but minimal. there is no bar or restaurant on site, you get a small room with a bed, you wouldnt want to spend a lot of time in the hotel. As a budget base to explore london it is fine the High Street and underground are both only a short walk away.