Holiday Inn Regents Park

Carburton Street, London, W1P 8EE, United Kingdom
(4 star hotel)
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Don't be put off by the building style

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 16, 2010

An awful building of precast concrete blocks dropped in to presumably an open site in the 1960s but this is the hotels only bad feature. OK so its a chain that probably caters for group bookings for tour companies but a wonderful hotel inside. The entrance is inviting and the reception staff welcoming and courteous. On the first floor is a bar and restaurant and a large seating area - so many hotels these days have no open seating areas for people to sit and read or chat.
The room I had was well appointed - very comfortable bed, one easy chair , a dressing table and some hanging space with a minibar, safe included and tea and coffee making facilities. The TV was rather old but not a problem as I never watch TV much anyway.
The bathroom was fine - the tiles were in need of grouting in places and it is probably in need of a refit within the next year or so.
Breakfast offered everything you could possibly want.

Unique Quality: Location was excellent. Great Portland Street station is a 2 minute walk and there is a Sainsburys Local across the road should you need anything. Bus 453 stops nearby and this is handy for the West End if you do not want to walk.

Directions: Turn right out of Gt Portland Street station and Carburton Street is in front of you (there is a Tesco Metro on the corner) and it is a 2 minute walk.

A hotel to come back to

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 15, 2008

Great and helpful staff. Room a bit on the small side, as the bathroom, but it was ok. There was a rather busy street outside and the noise was a bit too much when the window was open, with window closed it was almost dead silent, very nice. The bed was also on the small side, I guess it's a standard double bed, and it was unstable. It rocked and wiggled as soon as you moved even a tiny bit, I was not amused.
The TV had a selection of standard channels, pay channels and a playstation mode with included hand controller. Nice touch!
Hair dryer, iron, mini bar and safety box was also in the room.
Breakfast was standard english and continental. I wished they had a better selection of bread though, it was toast and 1 other. Also, I want more than cheese and marmalade. Apart from that, the breakfast was good.
The service was excellent throughout the stay.
Highly recommended.

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Address: Carburton Street, London, W1P 8EE, United Kingdom

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