We stayed at the sheaperds bush hotel for 6 nights. Was very easy to get to from the central line and in a very diverse area for food and pubs. If you are into shopping high end stores, then this is the place for you. the tube was easy to figure out and the week pass was the best. With zones 1-3 you can get on and off the buses and trains all over London. If we were to come back to London we would stay here again for sure.
I thought this probably the best hotel I've ever stayed in. The facilities were great, the room big and clean (the bed huge) and breakfast (included in price) was an excellent full hot breakfast, which was not expected.
The staff was great, very clean room. The room was small but not impossible to move around and it was two of us. Very modern and up to date. Excellent value and I would absolutely stay there again. A few stops away from Picadilly Circus and a 3 minute walk to the underground.
I booked into this hotel as an anniversary treat for my husband. We were happy with the location which, while being a little way out of central London, is very close to a Central Line tube stop. Check in was friendly and efficient and we were delighted with the free upgrade to a K Suite which was very spacious and well designed. We also really loved the anniversary card and chocolates that the staff had put in our room. The first night was not as peaceful as we would have liked, with loud music coming from a nearby room until about midnight but this was not a problem on the remaining two evenings. We were also a little disappointed that hotel guests have to pay £20 to use the hotel spa if not having a treatment over 60 minutes. Overall though, we were happy with our stay.
Nicely decorated rooms, with an excellent bathroom. Close to Shepherds Bush tube and Westfield shopping centre. Friendly staff. Air-conditioning limited to a minimum of 21 degrees which is too hot for me, fortunately the fan in the room help cool the room further.
Traveller from Harrogate
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The hotel is in a great location for seeing all the sights with shops and tube on the doorstep.
The hotel staff were very friendly and the hotel was fairly clean. It looked like the hotel has had a lick of paint here and there or a refurb on the cheap at sometime.
The quality of the beds and furniture were very poor otherwise everything else was good.
On the north bank of the Thames, residential Hammersmith retains a bustling, city-centre feel with high-street shops and offices. The area around the magnificent 19th-century suspension bridge is often busy with those visiting Hammersmith's riverside pubs, especially in April when the annual Oxford-Cambridge boat race passes by. Fulham’s main thoroughfare, the Fulham Road, is filled with smart bars, chic restaurants, and fashionable boutiques. The area is best known for Stamford Bridge, the home stadium of football team Chelsea FC.