Millennium Baileys Hotel (London) Reviews
Description:Adresse: 140 Gloucester Road London / UK SW7 4QH
Newest Review: ... to say the least. The decor of the hotel was nice enough, but nothing spectacular. Our room was very spacious and well presented, but little things niggled, for example the flat screen television faces the bed, but due to the way the room has been set out, it is about a foot off centre, making it awkward to watch if you are on the far side of the bed. There was also a large desk and a couple ... more
Customer Millennium Baileys Hotel (London) Reviews (2)
by - written on 22/04/09 (Very useful, 130 readings)
Deciding to book a night in the big city, we used lastminute.com to book a surprise hotel and the Millenium was what we ended up with. One nights stay in a business room cost a fairly hefty £150, but included with the room was internet, minibar and Sky. The hotel itself is located a minutes walk away from Gloucester Road tube so access in and out of central London is extremely easy. Checking in was easy enough, but we had to wait a good few minutes before the receptionist, who was already dealing with another customer, called for someone else to deal with us. Once they turned up, it was a painless enough affair. The experience was underwhelming to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/03/09 (Very useful, 271 readings)
On our latest visit to London we stayed at the Millennium Bailey's Hotel, just off Gloucester Road. As the name suggests, this hotel is part of the Millennium Copthorne chain of hotels. This is a 4 star hotel with 212 rooms over 5 floors. The hotel is in the building of a restored Victorian townhouse that dates back to 1876 and from the details we read on the hotel's website, our hopes for an enjoyable stay were high. LOCATION The hotel is directly across from the Gloucester Road Tube station, which is on the Piccadilly, District and Circle lines. As we flew into Heathrow, we were able to get a Tube from the station direct to the hotel. ... Read the complete review
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