The K West is overall a nice place despite a few quirks. The location is the best feature. It's in walking distance of the Spepherd's Bush and Shepherd's Bush Market tube stations. It is also near the Westfield London, a big shopping mall. The rooms are clean and the beds are comfortable. Rooms are equipped with TVs, tablets and WiFi. On two occasions hotel staff came into my room without knocking. I also overheard another visitor asking them to knock and wait for a response before entering a room. It's pretty weird that they wouldn't know that already. They charge outrageous fees for locals calls. And they would clean the room and replace all of the towels except for facial towels. I would call and ask for more facial towels, only to be told they didn't have any clean ones. On the last day of my stay they brought four of them. It would have been more helpful if they just brought one every day.
All in all it was excellent experience.
The hotel is located within a small park, and I specially liked that the breakfast venue overlooks it!
Down the street is Kensington Palace, Royal Albert Hall and Hyde Park, I enjoyed walking there almost every day.
There's a bus stop right in front of the hotel and the nearest Underground is a couple of minutes walk.
This was a return stay at double tee Chelsea as we found it very good on the first stay. Double room plus proper single bed for our 13 year old which was great . Very clean & nice bathroom & shower. Good easy comute into central London 2 mins to overground station . Parking can add up but that's Chelsea !! We will stay again. Staff very helpful & polite .
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.
A little jewel box far handier to everything than we expected. Why? the tube stop is literally next door and you're on the Central line. Literally minutes to every tourists' London destinations.
The next surprise was the giant shopping mall right behind the tube station; Westfield offers any number of good restaurants with al fresco dining to watch the world go by. Try Balan's.
The staff at the hotel is outstanding; friendly and accommodating. The room was small but nicely appointed, bed was comfy and the bath was simple and modern. London makes itself heard outside on the lower floor, but it is a city. It is meant to be loud.
I would definitely go back when I'm in London again.
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Hotel was lovely and clean, beds were comfy and rooms were serviced every day. Air conditioning was a welcome addition and the room was well-equipped with a fridge (with milk and biscuits), iron and ironing board, hairdryer, fluffy bathrobes and a safe inside the wardrobe. Staff were friendly. There's a great bar across the car park (still within the grounds of the hotel) called "Frankies" that serves good food and cocktails. The hotel is just a short walk away from the nearest tube station, and there's loads of shops and a supermarket close-by. I'll be booking again soon for next year's trip to London.
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.