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Lives up to the Hilton brand in terms of service and overall guest experience. Building is older and only a few storey tall, however considering the central London location and the competitive pricing I am quite happy with the stay and would like to return.
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The staff here are excellent and I felt that they really went the extra mile to make me feel welcome. The hotel is a very short walk from Green Park tube station and is ideally situated for walking to Buckingham Palace, St James' Palace, etc....More
Nice hotel within walking distance to Knightsbridge , Ritz and tube station. Hotel clean and friendly staff. A little dated rooms and although extra glazing still noisy but to be expected in central location however this is outweighed for the location. Nice breakfast, with good...More
Bedrooms. Stained walls, flakey paint, cut out sections of carpet, really cheap thin carpet in the first place, creaky wooden bed frame as joints coming apart, cracked basin in bathroom, long black hairs in the bath, cheap mismatched furniture, old TV with poor picture quality,...More
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It's certainly walkable - probably about 20 minutes on foot, but Green Park tube station is very close if you don't fancy walking. Very well situated in my view, but not so central that it's too noisy of a night.