Hilton London Docklands (London) Reviews
Description:265 Rotherhithe Street; London; GB SE16 5HW Tel: 44-207-2311001 Fax: 44-207-2310599
Newest Review: ... there were a few problems with the rooms which I did not expect from such a high class establishment but after a while it all got sorted out, they were very polite considering I was angry that they had made this mistake but finally we got a room on the top floor with the most amazing view, the river looked amazing at night. The room was tidy, clean and well kept, I was not disappointed. When ... more
Customer Hilton London Docklands (London) Reviews (3)
by - written on 18/05/09 (Very useful, 14 readings)
As a surprise for new year, my boyfriend booked us the Hilton Docklands to stay in. It was a bit of a hassle to get to from Liverpool street but we managed fine. From the train station they have a curtosy shuttle running every fifteen minutes going straight to the hotel, that was good as the taxi would have cost a fortune. On arrival, there were a few problems with the rooms which I did not expect from such a high class establishment but after a while it all got sorted out, they were very polite considering I was angry that they had made this mistake but finally we got a room on the top floor with the most amazing view, the river looked amazing at night. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/05/09 (Very useful, 12 readings)
I booked this Hotel after searching greatly online for somewhere to stay for the New Year. I originally looked at Travelodges and Premier Inns thinking they would be the cheaper options, but these rooms werent easy to get to, very basic and went quickly! I was getting a bit worried that I wouldnt be able to find a place, but after looking on lastminute.com I found that they did something called secret hotels. After sussing out that the secret hotel was this one, I booked it for £85 for the night of New Year. I thought, for a 4* Hilton in London on New Year this was a brilliant price, compared to some of the Travelodges priced between £70-£100. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/03, updated on 20/04/03 (Very useful, 342 readings)
This is the second review in my series unofficially titled "Hilton Hotels with rather unappealing names". Following my recent review of the "Hilton Dartford Bridge", the "Hilton Docklands" was just crying out for a visit and that is precisely where Amanda, baby Josh and I found ourselves this St Valentine's night on what was a very attractively priced two-night break. To the uninitiated, London Docklands might sound pretty horrible. Images of huge industrial wharves, run-down slums and social problems are actually totally mis-placed and this is actually a part of London which has clearly undergone a very successful hip ... Read the complete review
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