Millennium Gloucester Hotel London

18 Harrington Gardens, Harrington Gardens, London, SW7 4LH, United Kingdom
#273 of 1,620 hotels in London
Excellent (4.5 out of 5.0) 5 reviews
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Had a good stay

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 23, 2010

Good hotel with good facilities. Enjoyed every bit the restaurants, bar as well as breakfast. Rooms clean, staff very helpful. Location is great as in middle of london and most of this like shopping as well as sightseeing places are nearby. Will like to stay again.

Unique Quality: Long spread breakfast with wide choice. Good restaurants. Helpful staff.

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Good choice if you prefer to Stay near Chelsey

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 20, 2007

very nice hotel though a bit dated..... VERY NICE STAFF!!!! everybody is so friendly and helpful...
there are some rooms facing the inner glass-roofed court - they are very quiet....queen beds are TERRIFIC ;)

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Good convenient hotel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 18, 2006

My first stay in London arranged thru a package deal, but we liked the hotel very much & are returning this summer to stay there for a week. AM breakfast was great & kept us going thru most of the day. Tube station very convenient as were neighborhood pubs, stores, bank machine, etc. Our only complaint was that it was quite a long walk from the elevator to our room & I'll ask for a more convenient room this time.

Directions: South Kengington

Millennium Gloucester

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 10, 2005

This hotel was very nice. I did not know what to expect - my friend and I went to London for a long weekend (my first trip to any European country) and this place was relatively inexpensive. It turns out the hotel was so easy to find - right out of the Gloucester tube stop and across the street - easy right. The people that work there were so nice and helpful - we asked where we could get the hop on/hop off bus (right across the street) and he was so helpful and gave us a map and we could buy our tickets right there. The room was bigger than I expected (small according to US standards but big compared to some of the stories that I have heard about European hotels). I would definately stay there again. Just don't go into the lobby bar for drinks - very very expensive. Go to the pub accross the street - very nice and resonable.

Good hotel, dippy staff.

by written on May 25, 2003

Ugly 70's concrete exterior, inside grand marble lobby (2 levels) with small "club like" pannelled bar off (with sports cable) and restaurant / coffee shop (also pannelled) overlooking street. 8 level building in a letter "H" design. Business club room(although on holiday) large & nicely done in half blond wood pannelling with big curved desk, pannelled tapestry behind bed (comfy) and those horrible automatically charging minibars (dont touch anything in the bar as its charges without removing anything going by the number of times I had to ring reception and other guests I encountered). Heated towel rail in bathroom, safe and trouser press in robe. Small opening window - a/c worked okay. Quiet room. Small fitness room, no pool. Club lounge small with continental breakfast (fruits, cereal and danishs with some breakfast meats) and little else during day (only coffee/ tea and water plus some small danishs available all day). Evening cocktails consisted of one free drink down in the bar (and didn't that make you feel good just asking for it - not). Lounge not really worth it apart from the upgraded accomodation. Great location - across from Gloucester road tube (with a shopping centre with Boots chemist and a Waitrose supermarket) plus other shopping area with pub, restaurants and small stores. Other hotels around include Holiday Inn (x 2), Raddison Edwardian and a Rydges. This hotel is part of a small convention centre and has a large business clientele weekdays (also connected to another Millenium hotel - The Baileys - which you have co-siging rights to facilities). Good rates obtained via Last minute.com (GBP110 for Club Room against rack rate of approx GBP250) and other websites. Staff a bit slow but otherwise recommend hotel

Directions: 20 metres from Gloucester Road Tube station.

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Address: 18 Harrington Gardens, Harrington Gardens, London, SW7 4LH, United Kingdom

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