Value Score Poor Value
Good For Solo
NOT FIT FOR HUMAN HABITATION (IMO)
When I arrived at the hotel, I though the lobby looked freshly decorated and very nice. The staff were pleasant and had nice uniforms and seemed very helpful. I had been running late at work and just wanted to put my things in my room and o for a meal. I was given a key and told to go down the stairs. The dark, claustrophobic stairs. Into the damp smelling basement through tiny corridors. So small I thought ‘if there was a fire…’. Then I found my room and made the mistake of opening the door. It was small, in need of redecoration and the bathroom just looked scary. I went back up the stairs to ask for another room immediately. No. There were no rooms left. I was the last to check-in. It’s bad when you know you will hate your stay and not be able to sleep properly before work the next day. When I went back in the room I looked at the mattress. Yep, I would have rings on my back from the springs in the bad mattress. Then the bed frame came apart. Nice. The room was tiny, warm and just not nice. The bathroom was really poor. I had a tiny shower ‘tray’ with a dirty old shower curtain. This nasty thing grabbed me like an octopus when I tried to shower the next day. And the water all over the floor was dangerous. Even my flat-pack closet was falling apart.
I tried to sleep.
I finally fell asleep late into the night. Then:
Bang! Crash! Boom!
Yes they were actually staging a live version of River Dance on the laminated floor above my room! OK, actually it was just breakfasts for the whole hotel. Lots of cutlery is dropped in a breakfast room and a lot of people wear boots I can assure you. I couldn’t wait to leave this nasty place.
I recommend you book into another hotel.
• 112 rooms on 7 floors – all are en-suite and there is an elevator (tiny)
• Free Wi-Fi ‘connection’
• Breakfast is included
• Eden Bar & Restaurant (specialises in Malaysian dishes, not cheap!)
• Foreign Currency exchange (major currencies only)
• Business Centre with Internet & printing services (charge applies)
• Parking bays available at Queensway Car Park, only 3 minutes’ walk
• Room service
• Parking bays available at Queensway Car Park, 3 minutes’ walk, must pre-book
• Room Types: Single, Twin, Double, Deluxe Double, Terrace Suite (1) and Eden Suite (1)
• En-suite with a showers tray
• Coffee/tea making facilities
• Desk, TV (remotes probably broken like mine was) and safe
TUBE & TRAIN:
• Queensway (Central Line) and Bayswater (Circle, District)
• Paddington Station/Heathrow Express
(Bakerloo, Circle, District, Hammersmith & City, First Great Western)
Strategically Located @ Bayswater Area
Berjaya Eden London is a three-star hotel located at the Bayswater area. Bayswater is an area of west London in the City of Westminster. The hotel is just minutes from Bayswater and Queensway Underground Stations. London Paddington station which is serviced by Heathrow Express is about 15 minutes away by taxi. The room rates are competitive and will not burn a hole in your pocket. Suitable for both business and leisure travels.
Unique Quality: Very near the buzzing Queensway where shops are open till late in the evening. Within eazy reach of Oxford Street.
Directions: Very near Bayswater and Queensway Underground Stations.
Decent Hotel Option in London
Good accommodation is difficult to find in London. Berjaya is a good option if you can get a deal. It's clean, modern, well-located (in Bayswater district not far from Hyde Park). The only downside is that it doesn't have air-conditioning.
Berjaya Eden Park Hotel.
I paid £75 per night for a twin room in April 2002.
Unique Quality: Clean, comfortable hotel, located on a quiet street. Within easy reach of the nearest tube station and central London. Breakfast is included in the price. My only complaint, my room possessed the smallest bathroon I've ever had to use.
Directions: 35-39 Inverness Terrace,
2 minutes walk from Bayswater metro station.
More about Berjaya Eden Park Hotel
Berjaya Eden Park Hotel!
Hi all, I`m heading of for a long weekend in London in October. Have any of you stayed in a hotel called Berjaya Eden Park Hotel? Is it any good, and what about the location? Thanks!
Re: Berjaya Eden Park Hotel!
Hi, I stayed in this hotel a few years ago. Quite frankly, I canot remember anything in particular, so there was nothing excellent and nothing horrible. The rooms were small, I remember that, but that's typical for these small hotels in London.
The location is good, close to the tube, shopping area and the park.
Maybe someone who has stayed there more recently can tell you more.
Re: Re: Berjaya Eden Park Hotel!
Thanks :) Just the type of hotel I`m looking for. Have a nice weekend.
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