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Radisson Edwardian Vanderbilt

68-86 Cromwell Rd, London, England SW7 5BT United Kingdom

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Radisson Edwardian Vanderbilt, London, England
$ 139
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Radisson Edwardian Vanderbilt - Hotel Reviews from across the web

No title - expert review
The Amaryl City-Hotel, built at the turn of the century, is a typical Berlin Hotel close to business, shopping and entertainment centres. The Hotel offers you the possibility to meet Berlin individually or in groups by reasonable prices.The Berliner Zoo, the Ku-Damm-Carre the Gedachtnis-Kirche, the ...

No title - expert review
This Victorian town house has been elegantly converted into a stylish 213 bedroom hotel in fashionable South Kensington. It is only a walk away from world class museums and galleries and close to Knightsbridge, Earls Court and Olympia. The Vanderbilt, a former grand home of the Vanderbilt family, st...

No title - expert review
Location. The Radisson Edwardian Vanderbilt Hotel in London, England is two blocks from the Natural History Museum and three blocks from the Victoria & Albert Museum. Less than two kilometers from the hotel are Kensington Gardens, Kensington Palace and Harrodss department store. London Heathrow Airp...

Radisson Edwardian Vanderbilt, South Kensington - user review
Awesome location, near museums and two tube stops. Walk in stylish Chelsea and South Kensington. Our King size bed was very comfortable, room was huge (we were upgraded to a Jr. Suite), mini bar, terry cloth robes, top quality bath products, safe, and unit was ultra clean.Converted townhouse, so our...

Stay in a Millionaires house - user review
Working on Best Practice/Benchmarking should have made me learn that you don't do his sort of work as an excuse to be travelling everywhere, but in the past fortnight I have had to visit London on 4 occasions. This time I left t...

Good central location but bare essentials only - user review
For the price and considering it's London, I guess you can't expect that much, but I think I would pay a little bit extra and try somewhere else rather than going back. The hotel was very old, the decor was yucky, the bed wasn't very comfortable, the tv was super tiny, and the water pressure in the ...

Good location - user review
Good location for business and a holiday. Central to Knightsbridge, Hyde Park and all london major attractions and local restaurants. U/G stati...

Wonderful hotel except for water temp - user review
Hotel was just lovely. Typically small European room. But very comfortable. Nicely appointed bathroom. Only downside was the lack of hot water in the morning. We took cold showers both mornings. Plenty of ho...

Very disappointed. - user review
I sayed at this hotel for a week in May. Avoid a room on the ground floor at all costs. My window was once a door, and during the day people would sit on the steps leading up to it. Also, traffic on the street was incredibly noisy, especially busses. Most of the staff didn't know the area and could ...

Great Location and Quality Hotel - user review
I'd echo what a lot of other people said about the hotel. We didn't have problem with water pressure or temperature any of the 4 days we were there even in the mornings. Elevator was small but really only an annoyance when taking luggage. VERY convenient to the tube and multiple lines and the area a...

Would return - user review
Really good breakfast, be sure to get breakfast with room rate. Traveler's tip on local attractions.Westminster Abbey Evensong service every weekday at 5PM. Line up at 4:30PM and you will be seated right behind the Boys' and Men's Choir. This is truly a mind blowing event if you like Church music, a...

Small rooms, excellent location - user review
These rooms are very, very small. If you get a two twin beds room, don't expect to fit an extra bed in it. It won't fit. Besides room size, the hotel is located next to underground station and next to th...

Good area, Close to everything - user review
this hotel is great b/c of it's proximity to the tube, and all of the main attractions in dowto...

Not Bad!! - user review
We had a few bad experiences. When a car came to pick me up for a meeting, the reception informed the driver that I was not registered at the hotel. An urgent fax that came to me was delivered more than 24 hours after it arrived. Generally the service was good, the rooms comfortable, and the food se...

internet/location sold me on this place! - user review
well what attrracted me to this place was the free wi fi internet, which is faultless and beats sitting in watching the limited amount of tv channels, really comfy bed (standard double). some other reviews have said its a noisy location, well i was on the top floor so perhaps that helped as i did no...

Radisson Edwardian Vanderbilt Hotel: Achievable posh hotel - user review
I laugh at myself ..... 5 years ago, I was staying at a no star hotel with no bathroom and now I'm staying in this 4 star hotel with a posh name just about 10 min walk to Harrods..... yes, with my own bathroom as well :) Not only that, the price for one night probably can get me 3 nights in an ultra...

Radisson Edwardian Vanderbilt Hotel: Highly recommended Hotel! - user review
I saw this recommended on VT and found a discounted price on Expedia (one night free) so I decided to go for it because it ended up to be only a few dollars more than staying at a hotel at a much lower category. This hotel is very nice. If you get a price you like here take it. You will probably lik...

Radisson Edwardian Vanderbilt Hotel: My Favorite London Splurge - user review
In my opinion, Knightbridge is the best place for a tourist to stay in London. Just a block away from the Glouchester Tube Station, it's a wonderful neighborhood environment with pretty houses, comfy restaurants, beautiful churches, and museums and the Royal Albert Hall. It's a short walk to Kensing...

Wonderful Hotel - user review
Located very near Downtown London, but just far enough way to be out of the hustle and bustle that is every night in such a fantastic city. We stayed in the family size...

Lost its charm - user review
I've stayed here many times through the years, beginning before it became a Radisson property. It's location is great, and it was always a very pleasurable part of staying...

inexpesive and conveniently located - user review
the rooms are teeny tiny but when all you plan is sleep before you explore it doesn't matter. The breakfast buffet is pretty good and can be a part of the package. The hot...

Great value with excellent service - user review
The Radisson Edwardian Vanderbilt Hotel is blocks away from the Victoria and Albert and Natural History Museums and a short walk to Harrods. The Glouster Road Tube stop is a blo...

Summer stay in London - user review
Great location, close to tube, stores,pubs,Kensington Gardens. Good room for a triple. Fantastic breakfast buffet with polite, efficient servers. Lifts were out in our part of...

Weird place--Many better options in London - user review
London is wonderful and Kensington is a great location, BUT we had a very difficult 2 nights at the Vanderbilt and I would never stay there again. First, this hotel is actually ...

we might never return - user review
we stayed here in July 2004--we had booked the hotel thru radisson and were quoted a total price in AMERICAN DOLLARS--but to our surprise--we did not get it--when we saw our MASTER...

TERRIBLE! - user review
We had reservations with friends for the Radisson Vanderbilt hotel in August 2005. The Radisson Vanderbilt Hotel is a beautifully converted row of old London houses located outside...

Lovely rooms! - user review
We stayed here for a week in March and could not have been happier. The entire staff was unusually helpful and friendly. They really made our time there a pleasure. The breakfast ...

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