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143 Sussex Gardens, Westminster, London, W2 2RX – Show map – Subway access
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Free! WiFi is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and costs GBP 15 per day.
24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Ironing Service, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
From 1:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 6 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged GBP 30 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
Cards accepted at this property
Admiral Hotel accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorize your card prior to arrival.
Based on 321 reviews
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Only a 3-minute walk from Paddington Station, this hotel has rooms with private bathrooms, and full English breakfasts. Parking is available, and Hyde Park is just a 5-minute walk away.
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Very close to Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, these simple yet stylish apartments are near to Bayswater and Queensway Tube stations, and bus services to the City and West End.
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Just a 5-minute walk from Hyde Park, Stylotel is a state-of-the-art property set between 2 19th-century townhouses, with ultra-modern, contemporary rooms. Oxford Street is a 15-minute walk away.
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In a quiet garden square, The Rose Park Hotel features free Wi-Fi, a 24-hour front desk and continental breakfasts.
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Very good staff
Excellent location at a reasonable (for London) price
No lift which makes it difficult for some guests. Admiral is now part of Kingsway Park hotel which was rather confusing.
Staff was very helpful and cooperative. They were very friendly too. 24-hrs reception the location
Breakfast (no cheese, yoghurt, or fruites) The tours suggested by the hotel (Golden Tours) were a complete mess
Location was very central if u like walking. Staff where very helpful and were always on hand to offer advice where needed :-) there was a little mix up with our room (someone else given our room, consequently we almost interrupted a couple in their room oops lol) gave us a good laugh though throughout our stay! Staff very quickly got us another room and a btl wine for the embarrassment :-) would stay here again :-)
Our room was very warm as we were located on the top floor, staff however v helpful in giving us a fan but didn't really help as it just circulated the warm air :-(
I liked the fact it was close to oxford street and tube stations
I did not like when I arrived to the hotel they were trying to give me two double rooms with young children.I had already booked a quad room,but after putting my views across they accomadated me with the right room.
Location is excellent. Staff is helpfull. Good value for money. I would strongly advise "Admiral Hotel" to my colleagues.
Although I reserved a room at the "Admiral" we were given a very small room at the "Kingsway" where the breakfast facilities were poorer than that were at the "Admiral" where I stayed last year. I cannot recommend Kingsway to my colleagues.
I booked a room in advance ( 2 month) but when I arrived I didn't find any available room and the staff give me a dirty room in another hotel , so I refused it and I comeback to my town at midnight .
English breakfast fine. Woman who organised it was nice.
Was in a basement room with just a small skylight in the ceiling. It was very hot and stuffy, the fan made a lot of noise. It was impossible to close the skylight so the room got very light early in the morning. The television didnñt work well at all: the remote control didn´t work to turn it on or off so had to go to TV to do that. Also, I assume becaue I was in the basement - all the channels cut in and out (as if the connection was bad). The bathroom was very small and impossible to have a shower without water going all over the floor. When I told the man on reception about the TV, he wasn't very helpful (though he did send someone to look at it, and that man explained the remote control didn´t work). I would have moved rooms but they said they were all full. Just not a nice hotel in general. I know London's expensive, but I don't think this was worth the money.
too simple the attitude is not good
location, English breakfast, good for short stay
It was difficult to breathe in the underground room. I could not control the water force of shower and it was too strong.
The staff was mainly polite and helpful, and the location is good, close to Paddington Station and Marble Arch.
However, I still can't help feeling that the price I paid for my four-night stay at this hotel was a bit steep for the sort of room I was given. The room I had was a single room and it was TINY - seriously! There no wardrobe - not even a cupboard - in it, only a sort of hanging unit I could hang some clothes on. There was no extra pillow in the room - I had to ask for one. Ventilation in the room, besides, was nothing to write home about. During my stay London experienced two very hot days. The window in my room, though, did not open very far, which made for considerable stuffiness.The en-suite shower room was very small, too. The washbasin was so tiny I had difficulty washing my teeth in it, and the rod which held the shower curtain had obvioulsy not been fixed in place properly. I never pulled on the shower curtain. Every morning, though, I would find it piled on the floor together with its rod. By the time I got back from my day's excrusion the rod would have been 'fixed' - only to fall down again later.On the last two mornings of my stay I had my morning shower with the shower curtain piled on the floor beneath the shower tray. No yogurt, fruit or water were available at the breakfast buffet. When I asked for a glass of water during breakfast, I was given tap water. The hotel, besides, has no lift. My room was in the basement, which meant that I had to carry my suitcase down the very narrow flight of stairs to the basement on my arrival and up it again when I was leaving.
One member of staff did his best to provide alternate accomodation due to an unforseen problem and others did try to entertain us truhfully or not...
The alternate accomodation. Not the room itself but the the actual building... To call it a hotel is a great misrepresentation of the word!! At best a 1 star in! Dirty entrance, old looking, difficult access to rooms,allocating a 3rd floor room wich was actually a 5th floor room to a family of four including a 4 yar old and a 1.5 year old is at best wrong... No safety in mind,breakfast was poor and this oppinion isn`t just from me.Following day other clients commented on the state of this so called hotel the cardiff!! There was furniture on every landing matresses, chairs, you name it... Next morning there were builders walking up and down with supplys and MATERIALS...Total cahos.
I arrived 11 in the morning, and I was asked to wait because checkin starts at 13:00. I left the suitcase and came back around 17:00 and they told me all rooms are gone, and they moved me to a very crappy hotel. But the next day they asked me to come back again, and wait till 13:00 for the checkin. I was staying for only 2 days in 2 different hotels and waiting for checkin till afternoon. The staff was not friendly and helpful at all. I don't recommend this place.
Very good value for money.We had a great stay and recommend!
Front side can be littlenoisy
Every thing was good no bad bits very satisfied
I had no key to my room so had to find someone to let me in, very noisy area as I was in a basement room
The location of this hotel was the only thing going for it.
TRAVELLERS BEWARE !!! We tried to check into this hotel, only to find a note on the door telling us to check into another hotel reception two doors up. The Kingsway Hotel. You could instantly see the difference in quality of the hotels. We were then branded as football hooligans and all of a sudden no room available in our hotel as booked. We were then taken across the road and given two room instead of a triple room 6 floors up with no lift.. The rooms were tiny, no bathrooms and more like a hostel than a hotel. The bathrooms were in the landing.. nothing near worth the £145 booking fee.
lovely stay, great room and enjoyable breakfast
Couldn't open window for air very stuffy in room Ensuite in need of upgrading Room too small for double and single bed
Very good location, friendly helpful staff. Would stay again.
Location very convenient for tube access (Paddington station); really good value for money in terms of London accommodation for a family of 4
The location of the hotel is excellent, it is located on about 2 minutes from the Paddington Station, which means that you can reach every major sightseeing spot within half an hour even at night or in weekend, not to mention the Heathrow Airport within 20 minutes. The staff is extremely polite and helpful, even the Asian man. Personally, I really liked the house which is an old, 19. century one. I loved my attic room and the narrow staircases. There is no lift, so those who are not able to or don't want to climb stairs, please, don't choose this hotel or ask for a lower-situated room. The staff is helpful with carrying luggage. The room is clean and equipped with refrigerator, iron too. The breakfast is simple, but enough and you can ask your English breakfast in several combination. Sometimes you have to wait some minutes for your place in the breakfast area- it's too small for all of the guest together, but this is not a disturbing thing. The hotel is certainly not the Ritz, but for a three-star hotel, it's a good money-value choice.
My room was not available for my use when I arrived even though it was booked many months before and I checked again on the day. They sent me elsewhere. Terrible service.
We booked a "nice double room" (from photo's on the website) in the Admiral hotel, but when we arrived a sign on the door directed us to the 'Kingsway Park Hotel' a few doors down. Our room was VERY small, floor not level (along with bed), bathroom very small 'plastic' insert type thing... This was more of a 'bait and switch' than anything else. The price wasn't even dropped to the cost of the rooms in that hotel (pre-paid). VERY unhappy with this booking.
Nice location, affordable price, kettle and TV in the room
Very poor shower cabin
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