Finding an ideal hotel in Richmond-upon-Thames does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Richmond Park Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Bernardo O'Higgins bust (0.0 mi) and Queen Charlotte's Cottage (1.6 mi), guests of Richmond Park Hotel can easily experience some of Richmond-upon-Thames' most well known attractions.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, and Richmond Park Hotel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
In addition, guests can enjoy free breakfast during their visit.
If you like pubs, Richmond Park Hotel is conveniently located near Richmond Vault Beer Cellar & Restaurant, The Britannia, and The Roebuck.
If you are interested in exploring Richmond-upon-Thames, check out one of the parks, such as Richmond Park, Isabella Plantation, and Terrace Gardens- Richmond Hill.
Richmond Park Hotel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Richmond-upon-Thames.
Very nice boutique hotel. Room very quiet, couldn’t hear constant aircraft or traffic. Many restaurants nearby and nice pubs. And movie house. Barbers, and Thai massage. Breakfast is brilliant for £5.
We stayed the night as we were off to a party in Ham. The hotel is simple, but clean and really good value in a brilliant location.really easy for Richmond and 5 minutes from the Tube. The breakfast was simple but good and above all the staff are fantastic!
Good location. Very cosy and clean, small room for only one person. Properly equiped small bathroom. Little bit cold and windy room specially now when wind was blowing. Super kind receptionist and fantastic breakfast. I had late check out possibility which saved my day. I would definately come back staying here next time in London.
I stayed here for two nights. Staffing is minimal but this hotel is well managed and spotlessly clean. Much to my relief, there were METAL keys for both the front and room doors, a very pleasant change from key cards, which frequently malfunction. The stairs were steep and narrow (photos): it is a converted old house. The décor in both the public areas and my room was (204) tasteful. My room was small but well planned and comfortable (photo). When the central heating was on, it worked well. In the wardrobe were room heaters. There were also a suitcase stand, an iron and an ironing board. The only negative item was the theft-proof clothes-hangers, difficult to manipulate. There was a small desk (photo) with tea- and coffee making facilities, including decaffeinated tea and biscuits. There were two power points at the desk top. In the desk drawer were electrical adaptors, a thoughtful touch. The desk light was not functioning: I reported this and was assured it would be dealt with. There was a very detailed Guest Information folder, even including stationery. The one thing I could not find was a TV guide: the TV worked well and had numerous channels. The WiFi was easy to access and of good quality. The bed was comfortable but - as so often - decorated with a large number of cushions, which were difficult to store. The windows were hard to open and in need of painting (photo). The road (photo) was a bit noisy. The blue light on the television somewhat disturbed my sleep. The room had a small, well equipped bathroom with a bath (photo). There was a good supply of hot water. There were two waste bins: an open one by the desk, and a pedal-operated one in the bathroom: noisy, inconveniently placed and difficult to operate. The automatic door-closing mechanism often meant that the door closed with a loud noise. The breakfast buffet was very varied. The breakfast area would be just adequate for a full complement of guests, but the tables were very small. They were very flexible when I had to change my booking.…
Stayed one night to visit Kew Gardens. Found the town very charming and was glad we chose to stay in Richmond rather than London city. The hotel was everything we needed for a one night stay - it was clean, comfortable, friendly staff and good breakfast. It is an older building so the rooms are small. I would stay here again and would chose to stay in Richmond over London, which is only 30 mins away on the train.