The Queens Park Hotel, London

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About The Queens Park Hotel, London

The Queens Park Hotel, London - Address

Address: 48 Queensborough Terrace, London W2 3SJ, UK

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Overview of The Queens Park Hotel

As you traverse the city of London, you'll stumble upon The Queens Park Hotel. Although listed here, The Queens Park Hotel is not one of the most visited sightseeing places in London.

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Getting around The Queens Park Hotel, London

Public Transport : Subway - Subway

The mode of transport is Subway taking you to Oxford Circus Underground Station. The transit will take around 7 minutes. The trip will cost you roughly GBP 2. From Oxford Circus Underground Station you can proceed to Waterloo Underground Station by taking the Subway. The duration to reach will be 6 minutes. The trip will cost you roughly GBP 1. The total distance covered will be 6.14 Kilometre.

Public Transport : Subway

Take a Subway. The total distance will be 7.33 Kilometre costing GBP 3 and the duration of the trip will be 15 minutes.

Public Transport : Bus

It is recommended to take Bus from Bayswater, Leinster Terrace, which will cost you roughly GBP 2, taking around 33 minutes. The distance between the two points is 6.03 Kilometre.

Public Transport : Bus

Best transit method is Bus from Queensway Station. The distance is 6.85 Kilometre, costing around GBP 2. The duration of the trip is 38 minutes.

Taxi

Suggested transit method is Taxi. The distance between the points being 6.47 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 9 minutes. The expense of the trip is GBP 20.

Rideshare

The most preferred mode of transport is Rideshare. The transit will take around 19 minutes, covering a distance of 3.35 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly GBP 3.

Towncar

Take a Towncar. The total distance will be 6.47 Kilometre costing GBP 9 and the duration of the trip will be 9 minutes.

Walk

You can reach The London Eye on foot. The distance is 5.64 Kilometre and it will take around 68 minutes.

Cycle

Best transit method is Cycle. The distance is 6.09 Kilometre, costing around GBP 2. The duration of the trip is 25 minutes.

Public Transport : Subway

Best transit method is Subway. The distance is 4.02 Kilometre, costing around GBP 2. The duration of the trip is 8 minutes.

Public Transport : Nightbus

Suggested transit method is Nightbus from Queensway Station. The distance between the points being 4.95 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 18 minutes. The expense of the trip is GBP 2.

Taxi

The most preferred mode of transport is Taxi. The transit will take around 7 minutes, covering a distance of 5 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly GBP 16.

Rideshare

Take a Rideshare. The total distance will be 3.35 Kilometre costing GBP 3 and the duration of the trip will be 19 minutes.

Towncar

It is recommended to take Towncar which will cost you roughly GBP 8, taking around 7 minutes. The distance between the two points is 5 Kilometre.

Walk

By walking for 55 minutes for a distance of 4.59 Kilometre.

Cycle

Suggested transit method is Cycle. The distance between the points being 5.16 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 21 minutes. The expense of the trip is GBP 2.

Public Transport : Subway

Suggested transit method is Subway. The distance between the points being 11.45 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 27 minutes. The expense of the trip is GBP 3.

Public Transport : Bus

The most preferred mode of transport is Bus from Paddington Rail Station. The transit will take around 57 minutes, covering a distance of 9.3 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly GBP 2.

Taxi

Take a Taxi. The total distance will be 9.13 Kilometre costing GBP 27 and the duration of the trip will be 12 minutes.

Car

It is recommended to take Car which will cost you roughly USD 1, taking around 12 minutes. The distance between the two points is 9.13 Kilometre.

Towncar

Best transit method is Towncar. The distance is 9.13 Kilometre, costing around GBP 12. The duration of the trip is 12 minutes.

Cycle

Suggested transit method is Cycle. The distance between the points being 9.65 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 42 minutes. The expense of the trip is GBP 2.

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  • Good location, close to many food and souvenir shops. Hotel staff is incredibly polite, professional and helpful. Air conditioning is only available in certain rooms as an upgrade. Breakfast is nice, but very crowded. The hotel itself is in major need of an overhaul. The floors are uneven and creaky, you can hear AND feel every single bedspring, and the faucet handles are loud, with the water spray very unpredictable and gets everywhere if you don't open the faucet slowly. The faucet also leaks onto the floor, the shower drains incredibly slowly, and the toilet flush button is broken. The fire alarms also went off three times in the past 12 hours, once at 2am, but no fire.

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  • First, the positives - it was cheap, conveniently close to transport links (albeit out in the Bayswater area some distance from most of the city's attractions), and the staff were friendly and helpful. Unfortunately, however, the years since I had previously stayed here, admittedly a couple of decades ago, have not been kind. Step through the entrance into the lobby and one is greeted with a fairly typical London hotel reception area, with marble-effect floor tiles, dark wood furnishings, clocks above reception showing the time in three different time-zones, and happy-to-help people at the reception and concierge desks. That's the veneer, though, and when one scrapes it away by heading out of the lobby into the accommodation areas, one gets a very different impression. I should state at this point that there was evidence of some maintenance work going on behind the scenes, so it is quite possible that some long-overdue TLC to the premises was underway; if so, this review may turn out to be a little harsh but one can only speak from experience here. Just off to one side of the lobby were three elevators, only one of which was operational. Our room, on the third floor, could accurately be described as a single room , desperately in need of a lick of paint, installed with a double-bed. When one added the small wardrobe, desk (with kettle and hospitality tray, plus hairdryer) and chair, one was left with very little floor space, the gap between bed and wall on one side being no more than about six inches. Even for London, where small hotel rooms are commonplace, this was certainly on the compact side of bijoux. That said, as a place to sleep, it did the job - the bedding was spotless and, once the logistical challenge of actually squeezing around and getting into bed was overcome, comfortable enough. Breakfast was served in an area off the lobby, and is probably best described as 'adequate', taking the form of a somewhat limited buffet of hot and cold items along with coffee, tea and juices, but with a frequent irritation of having to wait for the cutlery racks to be replenished. Would we stay here again? Probably not... while our stay was part of an inclusive 'rail and hotel' break, and as such was offered at something of a bargain price, the adage that one only gets what one pays for sums it up. Next time I suspect we'll bite the bullet and pay a little more for better-appointed and possibly better-located accommodation.

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  • Customer service was rubbish - no bedside manners. The breakfast was also poor. You're best opting for a Mcdonalds. However, room was to a clean standard, the rate of the room was cheap for two people. I guess you get what you pay for. Handy location to travel across London as you have the Underground at Bayswater, which is 2 minutes away. I would still visit again purely based on the price and convenience of location.

  • Rooms, cleanliness, service and breakfast were all acceptable, the location perfect and the price very low.

  • For the price and location this was ok. However it wasn't very clean, the room was tiny. The breakfast was all reheated tinned food. The croissant, tinned fruit and yoghurt however saved the day.

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