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All reviewsfinchley roadfree car parkingtube stationnoisy guestsdecent bathroomminute walkbreakfast roomlondon areabuffet stylecooked breakfastquiet streetexcellent locationhousekeeping staffopen the windowflat screen tvroom was spotlesscomfortable hotel
Stayed at Quality Hotel last night and found it really lovely. Smart hotel, friendly, attentive staff and a gorgeous breakfast this morning. My only criticism was the pile of Daily Mail newspapers at reception - I would be very happy not to see this hate...More
Stayed here with my partner son and his girlfriend (2 rooms) can't fault the room or service! Very friendly staff, rooms are value for money and I would certainly stay again! Only fault although didn't affect me was maybe parking would be an issue? I...More
For the price they charge you would find it hard to get a better deal elsewhere. Free parking, a clean and tidy room, friendly staff, free breakfast, a quiet location where you can hear the birds sing if you open the window, five minutes walk...More
The hotel was clean and I had a friendly welcome. The room was everything that I needed for my one night stay. It had shampoo/conditioner/soap/hairdryer. There was a Samsung TV and tea/coffee facilities. Breakfast was very average. I opted for the hot selection first and...More
Stayed here for business. Good location, with parking, although limited. Hearing apparently only on twice a day...I question that. Came on for about 5 mins from 6pm onwards. Bathroom has no ventilation, so be prepared to get steamed up. Lovely staff,but prob won't stay her...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.