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We stayed here for 1 night. The main reasons for the choice were the cost, the free car parking and the close proximity to Finchley Road tube station,
Our room was very clean and the receptionist polite and helpful. Breakfast is eaten in the basement...More
Stopped here after our 1st leg of our 200 mile charity walk. Staff were friendly and attentive and rooms were clean and tidy where there was everything we needed. Had a good night's sleep in comfy beds. Breakfast was tasty and there was plenty of...More
Stayed here on business recently, good no nonsense accom! The rooms are quiet, comfortable, clean, and Wifi works well. The Hotel has a buffet style English/Continental breakfast and a Bar, it does not offer evening meals. Travel stuff, a free car park, a couple of...More
Dimitri and his magnificent, professional and extremely friendly staff absolutely made our five night stay in London the highlight of our 30 day journey through the U.K. Our room was spotless and the bathroom was meticulously clean. The housekeeping staff is the highest quality. The...More
Wasn't too sure what to expect having never stayed at a Quality Hotel; we had nothing to worry about as this was a lovely hotel.
Hotel is clean, pleasant and very convenient for easy reach of the tube stations (Finchley/Frognall) via underground or overground. Also...More
You can get the Heathrow express to the central London station (cant remember which one it is) and connect by tube (subway) to Finchley Road station or vice versa, if you are fit. Or you could get the tube all the way to... More
You can get the Heathrow express to the central London station (cant remember which one it is) and connect by tube (subway) to Finchley Road station or vice versa, if you are fit. Or you could get the tube all the way to the centre and change to the Jubilee Line for Finchley Road tube station or vice versa. It is definitely worth getting an Oyster card for public transport as it will make travel a bit cheaper. Depends how long you will be in London for. It might be harder if you have bags and are older/disabled and you might need a taxi for the end bits. Buses also go very nearby along Finchley Road.