This hotel is convenient for Shepherds Bush tube station and Westfields shopping centre. It is a converted historic building - although I have yet to find out its original use.
The carpets have thick underlay under them, so the feel is of deep comfort, underlined by soft grey Farrow & Ball walls and panelling.
They have made the most of small corridors and bedrooms and this place is ideal for a stopover.
The member of staff on checkin and checkout was courteous and helpful.
No breakfast is available, hence the hotel name. However, there are cafes locally, if you can stay around until they open.
Traveller from Gosport
Welcome to W12 Rooms/ sensibly-priced luxury in one of London s most exciting and convenient locations. Our 19 …More
We booked 3 rooms and arrived at 11:00. The staff was friendly and allowed early checking in one of the rooms to accommodate our baggage. Free drinks were available through out the day in the lounge. The hotel was renovated last year and looked brand new. I was most satisfied with the lighting in the room (no dark corners) and the air conditioning could be self controlled. The only drawback was that the room was a bit small.
Traveller from Hong Kong
Conveniently situated on the popular broad, tree lined street, this understated Victorian accommodation is full of the charm …More
Great location in a quiet neighbourhood. Hotel was approximately 5 minutes walk from the tube station. Loads of shops, pubs & cafes etc in close proximity to satisfy most tastes. The room was very spacious with a very soft bed and even softer pillows (might not be to everyone's taste). Nice and clean with excellent shower along with fridge, microwave and kettle. Air Conditioning unit was remote controlled, which came in handy when it started during the early hours.
The only downer was roadworks outside (but nothing to be done about that and didn't impact our stay at all; just made it initially hard to locate our hotel).
To summarise, fantastic hotel at a fantastic price with brilliant transport locations for onward travel. Recommended.
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.