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The hotel has just had a major facelift and offers great value for money given the ease you can access most of central , North or West London from, and the realtively nice neighbourhood.
We had a far better experience here than at other budget...More
Have stayed a few times in the past so tried again on a recent trip, and was glad to have a very clean comfortable up-dated room ; it's easy to park or find parking later. There are options locally for food etc but as others...More
We have stayed at this hotel before which has a fantastic location being close to the tube and just down the hill from Hampstead village centre. The hotel is reasonably easily accessible by car and offers free car parking . The accommodation is fairly basic...More
My wife and I were looking for a hotel in this part of London and had absolutely no idea what hotels were available and what average rates might be might be in this part of town so we were very pleased to have chanced upon...More
This place is in a great location, 5mins walk from the underground and if you're feeling fit not that far a walk to the centre of London. The place has obviously just been refurbished as the room was immaculate and the bar area also looks...More
US$ 141 - US$ 228 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.