Hyatt Regency The Churchill

30 Portman Square, London, W1H 7BH, United Kingdom
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Excellent (4.5 out of 5.0) 5 reviews
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Excellence In Service

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 29, 2012

What a wonderful experience staying at this hotel for about 9 days. The level of attention and service from all the staff was second to none. A special thanks to concierge Adela who was absolutely delightful and most helpful. The breakfast was amazing with a huge selection. We stayed on the club floor (#8) and we had the luxury of having free snacks and drinks during the 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m period. We also ate once in the dining lounge for dinner and we had drinks most nights at the fabulous and very chic Churchill Bar. The staff at the bar were excellent and it was great getting to know some of the people working at the hotel. The king sized bed was so comfortable. Free internet service in the room and business areas was a plus. My overall experience of my trip to London was superb and I hope to be back one day in the near future.

Unique Quality: One of the best hotels for customer service. Great breakfast buffet.

Directions: West end.

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A hotel with a tradition

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 8, 2009

I did not write a tip the first time I stayed at this hotel, and now I am glad I did not.
The reason is that I was not satisfied at all, due to several problems with the service. However, at the time of my first stay the hotel had recently changed hands, so I thought the problems could be ascribed to this, and I refrained from posting my complaint. In fact, on my second stay the service was perfect, and I found that bathrooms had been renovated.

Unique Quality: The location is great, close to Oxford Street.
Moreover I like very much the interior decoration and furniture, the fact that fast internet connection is available in all rooms, the 24-hour business centre where you can print out all the papers you need without any charge. Finally, I like very much the restaurant and bar, which serves also as breakfast room.

Directions: In a leafy square just off Oxford Street, near Selfridge's

Good, very good.

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 5, 2005

Lovely hotel in a good location, just off Oxford street, on Portman Square, about 2 minutes walk from Marble Arch. Good service, which included making up the room at least twice a day (more on request). Pleasant, quiet atmosphere. Clean, spacious rooms. Not so impressed with bathroom goodies, rather cheapish for a 5*. The restaurant was closed for refurbishment (due to open late May) and the breakfast was served in different other rooms. One of the nicest continental breakfasts I've seen so far in Europe. You can have a full hot English breakfast at an additional charge. Very good coffee, I was impressed. Would stay there again.

Unique Quality: Nothing truly outstanding, but everything consistently good. The hotel is clearly popular with visitors from the Middle East, Arabic language can be heard everywhere. Felt like home :o) I haven't used any of the facilities, so can't comment. Bathroom was fine, bed was fine, there was a robe and slippers, and a safe in the room. Coffee making facilities, etc. Overall was a very pleasant stay.

Directions: Portman Square, can't miss it.

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Good Location

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 2, 2003

The InterContinental Churchill London is located near the Marble Arch in the West End area and is a short walk to the city bus, the big RED tour bus and the Marble Arch Metro station.

Check with some of the travel agents for information about specials at this hotel. We were able to get a package with flights which reduced the room cost from $300 a night to $120.

When you get here do not forget to ask for a room upgrade.

Unique Quality: There is a very good Cigar bar located in the hotel where you can have a drink and a fine cigar.

Directions: Nestled on the picturesque gardens of Portman Square.

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We got a good package deal...

by written on August 26, 2002

We got a good packaged deal and stayed at the Hotel Churchill Inter-Continental in London.
The rooms were very nice and the people were very pleasant. If you can afford it, this is a great place to stay.

Unique Quality: The best thing at the hotel was the breakfast buffet which was delicious. Best croissants I have ever had. Make sure you get this included with your room, otherwise it is very expensive.

Directions: The hotel is located just down the street from Marble Arch where you can easily catch the tourist bus.

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Address: 30 Portman Square, London, W1H 7BH, United Kingdom

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