See why so many travellers make Best Western Swiss Cottage Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting London. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a quaint setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Best Western Swiss Cottage Hotel offer a flat screen TV.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including 24 hour front desk, newspaper, and baggage storage. Guests of Best Western Swiss Cottage Hotel are also welcome to enjoy a lounge, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, there is paid public parking available nearby.
Close to some of London's most popular landmarks, such as Wallace Collection (2.0 mi) and Notting Hill (2.4 mi), Best Western Swiss Cottage Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Cantina Laredo, Ella Canta, and Corazon, which are some Mexican restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for something to do, Primrose Hill (0.6 mi), Abbey Road Studios (0.9 mi), and Abbey Road (0.9 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Best Western Swiss Cottage Hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Best Western Swiss Cottage Hotel as you experience all of the things London has to offer.
My family stayed at BW Swiss Cottage London for 8 nights. We found it to be a wonderful base for our London trip, conveniently close to tube, bus stations and Regents Park, yet peaceful and calm. The style of the hotel is old- fashioned, warm and charming. The highlight was the staff, who were so warm and helpful, especially Ian and Erika. They were very considerate and tried to help even before we requested it. It's quite rare to find such personally attentive, caring staff in a large tourist city. My only suggestions to BW would be to arrange in-room safes. (They have safety deposit boxes at reception.) Also, it would be nice if the hotel offered snacks and light meals during the day.
We stayed for 8 great nights. The staff was attentive and courteous. We had an infant and they were considerate and accommodating on selecting a room that would work well for us as well as be less disruptive to other guests. We enjoyed the simple but quality breakfast each morning with great staff again. We will definitely stay again. Great location to the underground and buses to central London. There is a small local market each morning just outside the local theatre, with easy access to at least 3 market/groceries within 2 blocks. Easy walk to Primrose Hill Park for some of the best views of London and then continue down to Regents Park!
nice, affordable hotel, friendly staff, good clean room, sheets and towels. breakfast probably not worth the price, better options in the area - Belsize Village square has a lovely delicatessen that we preferred. excellent connections to the city or Hampstead with both tube and overground connections. There are usually Lime bikes around to explore the area too.
We selected the Best Western Swiss Cottage because of it's location.We had read the staff we're good, but that was an understatement, they were simply wonderful. A clean, tidy room with all facilities as advertised as well as an exceptional English breakfast.
Excellent location to the tube station, staff very helpful and professional. Breakfast very good selection and lovely to have table service. Bar service excellent. Reception staff made us very welcome and always there to help. Would not hesitate to stay here again.
This place was a cute older hotel. Odd corridors and rooms, but uniquely nice. We chose this place due to location by family, otherwise I think it’d be generally out of the way for touring central London. But it is accessible to the Swiss cottage tube. Nice market down the street in the mornings. Varying vendors but we were able to pick up pastries and coffee there each morning. One morning we had crepes.
Very convenient for the tube and near to lots of amenities, great breakfast as well, but as a conversion of three old Georgian houses the building itself has limitaions like no A/C and creaky floors (above and below).
This hotel is totall disaster. From the entrance where you firts feel the smell and Al dated furniture to the room which is dirty, cold and uncomfortable. Small bath, small, bed, small room. There is radiator which doesn’t work but flows and alythe carpet gets wet. The only high thing is the price.
Overall, a pretty good hotel by all means. Breakfast was tasteful, and it was fun to have the chance to try some englsih breakfats. Also, the crew was really friendly and capable of providing tips about what to visit, best way to get there etc. Location-wise, you'll probably have to take the tube to go to the main destinations in London, but in such a big city, it is hard not to. The hotel is one tube line away from Westminster though. Overall, a very good experience. We had a little problem with our tv, there were no channels available. No big deal, as we'd spend only two nights there. To compensate, they covered our breakfast, which as I said, was pretty good.
From start to finish our stay was perfect. We were greeted on arrival by a lovely lady who was so full of energy and friendliness. She checked us in, giving us the choice of a triple room or a double and single. We went for the double and single which was a room on the 4th floor. Our room was bright and spacious, beds comfy, pillows puffy (no flat pancake pillows here), all bed linen clean and white. The room was warm with no air conditioning but there were 2 fans in the wardrobe which solved the problem. Hair dryer was great and all the toiletries you would expect were available. The shower was decent and suitable for people like us over 6 feet tall. Tea, coffee, herbal tea and biscuits were laid out. The hotel is at the end of two picturesque old streets and a pedestrian area so there is no traffic noise. It was quiet over the weekend nights. Shops and small supermarkets are within 2 minutes walk. The tube station is also 2 minutes away and Camden is just a 20 minute walk. Breakfast was delicious, the usual offerings with continental buffet and order any cooked food. It was all high quality and well prepared (the crispy bacon was actually crispy 😱well done that chef) and staff were polite and welcoming. We loved our stay and will definitely be coming back.…