The Cleveland Hotel

39-40 Cleveland Square, London, W2 6DA, United Kingdom

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  • Families84
  • Couples80
  • Solo81
  • Business60
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    Very impressed!! A++

    by

    My partner and I stayed at the Cleveland at the end of February 2011. We arrived into Heathrow about 5am. We caught the train to Paddington and walked to the hotel. It only took about 6-7mins with our suitcases. We expected to just leave our suitcases and head out till out room was ready but they checked us straight in. Provided us with a map of where we were and showed us to our room. We had a room on the top floor. The lift does not go to the top so its a flight of stairs with yr suitcase but the receptionist offered to carry my suitcase up for me.
    Pros-
    *Top floor very quiet
    *Our room was very clean
    *Serviced everyday
    *Kitchenette with toaster, kettle, sink and microwave
    *Friendly helpfully staff
    *Great heating
    *Close to buses and metro
    *Has wifi

    Cons-
    *The flight of stairs as the lift does not go all the way up
    *They had a problem with the hot water working for about 36 hrs so we had to have cold showers, they were very appologetic and kept us informed of the progress to fix it though

    Unique Quality: *Pre 1840's building converted to hotel
    *Lots of chartacter
    *Very close to Laundromat (closed on Sundays)
    *Short walk to Paddington Station, Queensway, lancaster gate and Bayswater stations

    Directions: Very quiet square in between Paddington, Lancaster gate and Queensway stations

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Restaurants near Mercure City Bankside Hotel

by suekay3

We are staying at the Mercure City Bankside Hotel this summer. It's near the Shakespeare Globe Theatre. Can anyone recommend restaurants nearby that aren't too expensive? Maybe somewhere that the locals would go? Thanks for any help.

Re: Restaurants near Mercure City Bankside Hotel

by tango_jd

The Anchor bankside is a nice pub-restaurant but when I have taken meals there I have been impressed with the food.
I am not certain if there is anywhere in that area that is "!where the locals go" as it is very near the heart of tourist London.
You can sit outside in nice weather and enjoy a beer or a meal by the river!
See what others think - and take a look here:
http://trustedplaces.com/review/uk/london/bar-pub/1o02d7c/the-anchor-bankside-bar-and-restaurant

Re: Restaurants near Mercure City Bankside Hotel

by robine

The nearby Tate Modern has quite good restaurants, with excellent views. The Tate Gallery Restaurant is the better of the two.

Re: Restaurants near Mercure City Bankside Hotel

by robine

Sorry, I was getting muddled - the Tate Gallery Restaurant is indeed better, but is in the original Tate Gallery, on the other side of the Thames. But the cafe/restaurant in the Tate Modern isn't bad at all.

Re: Restaurants near Mercure City Bankside Hotel

by TOPSHELFPUBCRAWLER

May want to try the Wine Warf:

Approx £20 per person

Wine Warf
Stoney Street, Borough Market, London, SE1 9AD
Phone: 0870 899 8856
http://www.winewharf.co.uk/menu.htm

Enjoy

Cheers!

Re: Restaurants near Mercure City Bankside Hotel

by puerto_lover

The Chocolate Factory restaurant looks good value? http://www.menierchocolatefactory.com/pages/restaurant/Pre_Theatre_Set_Menu

Re: Restaurants near Mercure City Bankside Hotel

by planxty

There is a good Thai restaurant called Suchard at 102 Tooley Street, London Bridge, London, SE1 2T not too far away.

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/8c781/4b7ec/2/

Going towards Waterloo there is very good "pub grub" served at the Stage Door pub in Webber Street SE1.

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/8c781/4b7ec/5/

Neither are very expensive.

If you need any more info about London, please feel free to contact me.

fergy.

Re: Restaurants near Mercure City Bankside Hotel

by Britannia2

VT member Sue Stone has over 200 restaurant reviews on her London pages - is there something there to suit you?

Re: Restaurants near Mercure City Bankside Hotel

by planxty

I'd have to agree with Colin, Sue has a very extensive restaurant section. I know this because I had to group them lol.

Travel Tips for London

DON'T GO TO SOHO!

by Shaun3701

London is great for history buffs (like me), but your friends might not find it as exciting. Places of interest are Westminster Abbey, Tower of London, Buckingham Palace. You could really find all kinds of cool things just walking around. Dont just go wandering though, London is huge and you dont want to get lost. I miss everything really... but one crazy memory is my friends thought it would be cool to go to Soho and check out a strip club. Thank God I didnt go with them... DO NOT EVER go into one of those places. My friends didnt see anything and they were robbed 200 pounds (around $400). Ive heard alot of similar stories from other people. If you want to see a red light district go to Amsterdam... but in London keep your pants zipped. Even the hookers are ugly as sin.

Piccadilly Circus

by Paul2001

Piccadilly Circus is seemingly the unofficial centre of the London. In my eyes it seemed that virtually everything that I wanted to see in London was in a reasonable distance of Piccadilly Circus. For instance the National Gallery is just a short walk away. So is Regent and Oxford Streets if you are interested in shopping. I walked here from Hyde Park. There are also many theatres nearby as you approach Leicester Square.
Piccadilly Circus itself is famed for its aluminium statue of Eros which is actually rather ugly. Piccadilly Circus is best at nighttime when the lights of the illuminated signs are ablaze and the streets are full of young people looking to have some fun.

Downing St.
The official...

by eladr

Downing St.
The official residence of the prime minister (no 10) and the chancellor of the exchequer (no 11), has been guarded by an imposing iron gate since the security forces realised that the lone iconic bobby outside Maggie's door was not sufficient to stop the IRA mortar bomb attack in 1989.

Tower of London - The Fusiliers' Museum

by kris-t

The Museum of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers stands immediately to the north east of the White Tower and contains a wealth of exhibits relating to the many campaigns in which the regiment has participated during its 300-year history. The museum contains accounts and exhibits from the many campaigns the regiment has been involved in, such as the American War of Independence, the Napoleonic Wars, the Crimean War, the Boer War, the First and Second World Wars, the Troubles in Northern Ireland and the Gulf War.

Home of the original captain Scarletts

by sourbugger

You may well at some point or other come across one of the Chelsea pensioners in London.

They are a group of around 350 ex-forces pensioners who give up their pension to be able to live at the Royal Chelsea hospital, founded back in the time of Charles II.

You are thus more likely to encounter them in that area of town, but many of them wear their ceremonial scarlett coats when they are going about their everyday business elsewhere.

The hospital itself can be visited, as it is a historic building, and there is a also a small museum attached.

The pensioners, if treated with the proper respect they are due, are very amiable and quite willing to have their photograph taken.

As always in such matters : just ask first.

It's probably best not to mention that Chelsea pensioners is an anagram of 'Each Person's senile'.

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Address: 39-40 Cleveland Square, London, W2 6DA, United Kingdom