Ramada Jarvis London West Hotel (London) Reviews
Description:You're assured of a warm welcome at the Ramada Jarvis Hotel. Just 5 miles from central London, a modern, comfortable ... more
Ramada Jarvis London West Hotel (London) ... hotel which has undergone a complete refurbishment offering 214 rooms, this hotel offers a warm personal atmosphere. Only minutes walk from Ealing Common Underground makes this an ideal base for Central London.
Adresse: Ealing Common
London W5 3HN
Newest Review: ... during the crowded rush hour but in the middle of the day or the late evening the journey is a breeze. The hotel is located in Zone 3. Check in was quick and easy, and the room key is a credit card style one. You need to swipe it quickly in and out of the mechanism on the door to unlock your room. It took me a couple of goes to get the hang of it but its easy enough, I was a bit tired! ... more
Customer Ramada Jarvis London West Hotel (London) Reviews (3)
by - written on 17/07/10 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I have recently spent two nights at the Ramada Ealing hotel in West London. While it could in no way be described as a luxury retreat, it is perfectly adequate for the needs of most travellers, particularly those on short stays which I imagine is who they mainly cater for. Unfortunately I can't comment on value for money as my stay was (thankfully) paid for by a third party! The hotel is located at Ealing Common, about 5 minutes walk from the tube station and close to the very busy North Circular road, although I wasn't disturbed by traffic noise even with the window open all night. Ealing Common tube is on the district line and its very easy to connect to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/08/08 (Very useful, 30 readings)
A great hotel. Entering through a superbly decorated bar restaurant area, you are then able to use the two modern elevators up to your floor. I stayed in the 'Director's suite' and must say it was truly fabulous. You are given credit card style cards, which all ow you to open the door. As you enter, to your right is a well mainteained bathroom, equipt with shower/bath combo and two sinks. Straight ahead is a wardrobe area, with storage provided for holding all of your clothing As you enter the living area, which is on the left as you enter, you are greeted by a superb TV, a large window giving views out over london. A large king size bed is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/10/06 (Very useful, 204 readings)
This hotel is more commonly known as the Ramada Jarvis Ealing. Historically, when attending meetings in London, I have always tried to avoid staying, but over the last year this has become increasingly difficult to avoid thanks to early starts and several day visits. I am not a big fan of the train, thanks to an accident on a platform in my late teens, and therefore, where possible, prefer to travel by car or plane. Living to the west of London, when taking the car, essential criteria have to be reasonable rates, on-site parking, easy access to central London and the M4, the Ramada Jarvis Ealing fits the bill on all these fronts, and has become a ... Read the complete review
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