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Really hard one to review as some points good and some bad.
To start, when I booked a twin/double room through an online engine, I emailed the Beaver Hotel to ensure that we were allocated a twin room as was travelling with a friend. Yes...More
Booked with two of my grown up children the Beaver Hotel for one night
Excellent location close to the Tube ( Earls Court )
Room accommodating three ; rather dated but clean Only the Lounge has Wifi facilities
Parking facilities as an extra
I was wanting an economy hotel. The room was on the 2nd floor, was small, clean, had a single bed & a wash basin in the corner. The internet was restricted to the ground floor of the hotel so I had no internet access in...More
Beaver is located just off Cromwell Street and easy access into Knightsbridge. It's not expensive and for London good value for money if you only want to stay a night. This time of year it's almost impossible to find anywhere to stay without spending a...More
It´s a very old house, so be aware that you hear almost everything, the windows are only once glassframed so you hear the outside noise (I talk about Police and ambulance cars) and it´s cold. I had a room with a shared bathroom, which I...More
The Beaver is a 5 minute walk from Earl's Court tube station. You would need to catch the District Line eastbound to Westminster and change to the Jubilee Line northbound to Wembley Park. Allow about 1 hour. However... More
The Beaver is a 5 minute walk from Earl's Court tube station. You would need to catch the District Line eastbound to Westminster and change to the Jubilee Line northbound to Wembley Park. Allow about 1 hour. However, concerts tend to finish after 11.00 p.m. and it takes time to leave the stadium. A problem could arise in getting back to Earl's Court before the tube shuts. However, you would get back to Westminster and could use night buses to do the last three miles back to Earl's Court. You may prefer to find an hotel a little nearer to Wembley.