As Chelsea fans we are frequent visitors to Stamford Bridge so we are familiar to the area and always fancied a night in the hotel. We booked the overnight stay since we had tickets for theatre on the Friday and football on the Saturday. Check-in was fine, room was spacious and comfortable, bathroom with underfloor heating and fluffy bathrobes was luxurious (we had a superior room at the Millenium). Included turn down service in the evening, complete with chocolates on the pillows Had to go across to the Copthorne for breakfast which as full English was hot and tasty - quality sausages & bacon, but unfortunately no fried eggs at the time.
Only one little niggle - discovered that the saucers in the room had not been cleaned properly - i.e. looked like they had been stacked together with chocolate in between.
There has been quite a few negative reviews about this hotel recently but my stay there was excellent. The reception staff were very friendly and helpful on arrival. The rooms are nice and big for London, great bathroom with really good shower. Great value for money!
"No frills but high quality fixtures and fittings"
A very clean hotel, recently refurbished with high quality fixtures and fittings. Immaculate bedding and towels, comfortable bed. Everything you would need for a simple stay. A few minutes walk from Stamford Brook tube station and plenty of cafes and restaurants in the near vicinity for breakfast (first one opens 5 mins away at 6.30am for a full english) and other meals. If I had two complaints they were 1. a bit stingy with their tea and coffee provision (only two milk pots) and there were no biscuits offered and 2. an information guide with some instructions for the operation of the alarm clock and the local places to eat for breakfast and evening meal would have been useful. But other than that I would stay again as it was great value for money.
There were some renovations going on but they were well co-ordinated to minimize inconvenience. I was given an upgrade to a higher floor room to avoid any noise and it was well appointed with one of the nicest baths I have seen, deep and long with modern look.
TV channels were a bit limited but enough to get by.
W12 Rooms is our home in London nice location friendly staff near public transportation and Westfield shopping
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Traveller from Lebanon
Welcome to W12 Rooms/ sensibly-priced luxury in one of London s most exciting and convenient locations. Our 19 …More
This hotel has been renovated but the old carpet was not replaced, this is the downside of the whole stay. Breakfast was good with cook-to-order eggs. Convenient location (London has a very good underground system). A high-end shopping mall (Westfield) near by.
Traveller from Toronto, ON, Canada
The Royal Guest House is a budget hotel in Shepard's Bush located in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. All of …More
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.