Metropolitan Hotel was described as a fancy one. Perhaps the Met bar gave the exclusive feel - apparently, only the members & hotel guests are allowed in the Met ball. Rumoured to be the place to catch your fav celebrities & football stars .... however, it's passe ....
The bar is small and very VERY ordinary. Tried their signature drinks; are they sure they got it listed correctly??
The hotel room is normal - if you are looking for a bed ONLY, yes, here you are.
Oh, before i forget, do remember to bring your own toothbrush set & comb ... or shaver for the guys, the amenities are only limited to the shower gel, shampoo & conditioner & body lotion. Its a aroma mix from its spa range ... my colleague felt that it smells nice - Guess this is the only good thing about the whole place.
Snobbish and very rude service.
And do not try to get your theatre tickets at the concierge - you get 2x the price of the cheapest ticket for the worst seats ever!!!
To rub some salt, the buddy there isn't too happy to help you. He thinks that the guests have difficulty in hearing ... so so so rude... what a big joke to the UK - a gentleman's country.
Unique Quality: Nothing here. You dun miss anything by not going to the Met bar.
The location must be so bad that even the Taxi prefer to go to the Hilton hotel next to it for ease of traffic.
So if U love walking, maybe u r in for a treat. haha
Directions: Next to Hilton hotel. The Hard Rock Cafe is just down the road.
15 Montague Street, Bloomsbury, Covent Garden, London
1 Kensington Court, Kensington, London
41 Buckingham Palace Road, London
17-19 Egerton Terrace, Knightsbridge, London
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Address: 19 Old Park Lane, London, W1K 1LB, United Kingdom