The Rembrandt Hotel

11 Thurloe Place, Knightsbridge, London, SW7 2RS, United Kingdom
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Great (4.0 out of 5.0) 5 reviews
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Good place, but expensive

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 19, 2006

The room was spacious and the bath room was good too (good water pressure). The hotel staff was friendly and knowledgable. They also offered excellent English breakfast. Mind you though, it is an old building and has no airconditioner. However, if you can open windows and turn on the fan, it was not that hot at night. 120 pounds a night (incl. tax) is not cheap either.

Unique Quality: Very nice neighborhood and walking distance to attractions such as V&A Museum (across the street), Harrod's (3-4) blocks down, Hyde Park, Natural History and Science museums, South Kensington tube station.

Directions: 5 minute walk from South Kensington tube (subway) station. Exit toward the museums and walk past V&A Museum.

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Location/price combination very good

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 26, 2006

Stayed at this hotel for 2 nights on March 14 and 15th, 2006. Room for two on 5th floor facing rear of building with open view of London skyline from two large windows Room had safe for valuables and safety lock with dead bolt on doors. Not sure how incident described in February could have occurred. Would not have happened in room we stayed in. Appeared to be combination of business and tourist guests staying at hotel. Location is excellent. Hotel clean and adequate. Notice was posted in room that they were in process of renovating all rooms starting in March, 2006
Breakfast open in restaurant at 7 am thru 10 am. Nothing special but adequate. Overall, we would recommend this hotel to anyone who desires a good price and great location when visiting London.

Directions: South Kensingston

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The Rembrandt

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 1, 2005

Close to everything by foot. underground and sight seeing.
Good sized room, with necessary facilities such as hairdryer, iron, tea-making equipment, etc.

Unique Quality: Bedrooms in need of refurbishment. Bathrooms very small. room service menu very limited

Directions: Kensington & Chelsea

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Comfortable Convenience in Knightsbridge

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 2, 2005

We had a pleasant room at the back of the hotel overlooking a quiet mews. We spent more time in this room than we normally would have because of health problems, and we felt very comfortable and at home. It was a clean and nicely decorated room far from the lifts and hall noise.
The hotel's location is wonderful. It's just a few steps to the Victoria & Albert, to Harrod's, and to Albert Hall as well as many other interesting things to do.

Unique Quality: The room price includes a fairly extensive English breakfast buffet in a large dining room. The hotel also has several large lobbies and one lone, popular computer.

Directions: Located in Knightsbridge, easily accessibly by underground, bus, or taxi.

decent business hotel

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 4, 2005

Stayed here in Dec 2004. Thouroughly adequate. Breakfast was included (I paid 85 GBP a night for 3 nights), and was fine - usual cereals, some fruit, juices/milk/coffee/tea, some breakfast meat like sausage/ham, eggs (poached were fine), toast. Was not able to connect to 'free' wireless access in lobby, though - don't know why. Staff was fine/professional, mix of indo-asians and eastern europeans. No porter or doorman, though, which seemed odd - would have been helpful, especially a doorman. The room had that usual stale old hotel/room freshener smell, but was ok. Decent size bath with a shower. Limited english language tv channels (maybe 8-10), but not that important.

Unique Quality: Make no mistake - you stay here for the location/price combination. When traveling alone, I don't care as much about amenites as I do location and value. This location is absolutely top-notch. You can catch a couple of different tube lines from the So Kensington tube (Piccadilly and Circle, I think), which is very handy. Easy stroll to Harrod's and other shops, lots of dining options (I did takeaway from M&S and Harrod's). You won't be blown away by the hotel staff and amenities, but who cares? They weren't rude and check-in/out was easy, and although it was a bit worn it was quite clean.

Directions: 1/4 mile from So Kens tube, right across the street from V&A, 1/2 mile from Harrod's

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Address: 11 Thurloe Place, Knightsbridge, London, SW7 2RS, United Kingdom

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