Duke of Leinster Hotel
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- 98%Luxury Travelers
Member Reviews (3)
- Duke of Leinster HotelJun 22, 2013
In close proximity to Queensway station, the Duke of Leinster Hotel is in a safe area, and is not far from Hyde Park.
The hotel staff are friendly, and there is a lift near to reception to help those with heavy luggage. The nice thing about the rooms are they they come with a television and a mini fridge,The only disadvantages I saw were that the dining room was quite small compared to others I have seen (it can only fit approximately 30 people) and there aren't many restaurants or convenience stores nearby.
However, this hotel is only a 3* and great value for people on business trips, that want to be in the center of London and safe.
- Duke of Leinster HotelFirst to ReviewApr 28, 2013
The hotel is conveniently situated near a scattering of shops and cafes far quieter than the main drag in Notting Hill. Rooms book up fast and it seems are sometimes only cleaned shortly before guests check in, but all mod cons are there. Lacking a bit of charm but it's a matter of taste really, loads of people would be perfectly at home here I'm sure.
The breakfast room is light and well presented, which is a bonus at breakfast time.
It's near Bayswater and Queensway stations and not far from the other stations in Notting Hill. There are plenty of buses to hand too. The staff were fine, if reserved. Travelling in such a small lift with them was a little awkward - but did afford a good view of the lovely light breakfast room.
- Duke of Leinster HotelApr 25, 2013
The Duke of Leinster is a cozy and fresh looking townhouse style hotel located within a walking distance of both Bayswater and Queensway stations. The warm staff were eager to showcase their hotel to me as a potential customer. As the property is spread over 6 floors there are two options, the stairs, or the tiny lift that fits two adults or one adult and a bag. I’d personally recommend the stairs.
While visiting the hotel I was informed that they were in the process of undergoing renovations to improve the conditions of their rooms, which I thought to be interesting. The unrefurbished room I viewed was lovely as it was. Unfortunately do to the arrival of genuine customers my tour was cut short leaving me wanting to see more of the property.
I genuinely enjoyed the hotel and would be more than willing to stay there in the future.
Mediocre1058 reviews across the web.
- LocationNear to public transport, according to 98%.
- Service95% found the staff to be very friendly.
- Hotel93% thought it was clean.
- PriceBest value. 90% of the guests loved it.
- Food64% found the breakfast to be acceptable.
- InternetInternet is poor. 57% negative comments.
Dining options at Duke of Leinster include a restaurant. Room service is available 24 hours a day. Additional property amenities include an elevator (lift).
Bathrooms feature hair dryers. Guestrooms offer phones and in room safes. Rooms also include irons/ironing boards. Guestrooms are all non smoking.
Notifications and Fees:
The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check in, or check out.
- Full breakfast: GBP 9.50 per person (approximate amount)
- Full breakfast: GBP 9.50 (approximate amount)
The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.