The Best Western Swiss Cottage Hotel (London) Reviews
Description:Swiss Cottage, 4 Adamson Road, London NW3 3HP
Newest Review: ... one feel welcome. I ne eded to provide credit card details to secure the room. You can, of course, do this by telephone if you feel at all wary in respect of sending sensitive data over the 'net. Arrival We took something of a chance and arrived by car. This hotel has 59 rooms and 4 parking spaces! We ... more
Customer The Best Western Swiss Cottage Hotel (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 10/04/03, updated on 12/04/03 (Very useful, 291 readings)
We stayed at this hotel recently when visiting Josh's Godparents for a barbeque; and this may, indeed, come as something of a surprise. A barbeque at a Swiss Cottage? Surely I mean a fondue! I have not lost my marbles. If you book this hotel, hoping to see young men in tight leather shorts, playing alpine horns, yodelling and enjoying a traditionally neutral military stance then you'll probably be very disappointed, for this is not a Swiss Cottage. No! Swiss Cottage is essentially the name of a road junction on the A41 linking Central London to the affluent north-west suburb of Hampstead, and the Swiss Cottage hotel is conveniently located for Hampstead ... Read the complete review
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