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I enjoyed my stay at the New Linden Hotel. The neighbourhood was quiet though just a few minutes' walk from the very busy stretch of Bayswater/Queensway. On arrival, I was assigned a room in the basement, and when I requested for a room on a...More
Stayed with my daughter for a London weekend. Fairly small rooms but very clean and well maintained in the summertime you can use the balcony to sit and relax. Reception offered reasonable help on how to get around, but not over the top friendly. Breakfast...More
Booked online & got there early even though I was supposed to check in at 2pm, but however the room I booked was not ready hence my earlyness. So I sat at the hallway,witch was comfortable and pleasant.Few mins sitting there the kind receptionist decided...More
New Linden Hotel is in a really nice part of town - quiet, while still being central to the tube, buses & nice restaurants. The room itself was small but clean and it has a lot of character to it. The bed was not very...More
New Linden is one of those hotels run by an endless stream of young people who are efficient, charming and very helpful. The room we had was in the basement, with perhaps a boiler next door(?), which was very noisy throughout the night, and the...More
US$77 - US$273 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#353 Luxury Hotel in London
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This hotel is probably a 10 to 15 minute walk from Underground station.There is no bus that stops in front of hotel. If memory serves me correctly, you have to walk up a couple blocks and take a right at corner where street... More
This hotel is probably a 10 to 15 minute walk from Underground station.There is no bus that stops in front of hotel. If memory serves me correctly, you have to walk up a couple blocks and take a right at corner where street dead ends to get to bust stop. Not to far from that is the train station. So if walking from hotel you will see bust stop about 5 minutes before you see entrance to underground. At the hotel they have a card they give everyone that has the directions. if they are out they will tell you so no worries.