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my single room was at the 2nd floor, small and kind of clean. When I arrived, I found the hotel smelled a bit, but the woman in reception was very kind. There was a shared bathroom where shower was not available on the 2nd floor....More
the beaver hotel is definately the worst hotel i have ever stayed at, the room was small, stale smell, and unclean, the bed was the most uncomfortable i have ever stayed in, after continually itching i had a look at the mattress (if you could...More
A hotel with such a beautiful setting but let down by the awful old rooms! The whole hotel STANK of stale smoke! Something a non smoker would not find pleasant. The room I stayed in had a window which didn't shut.. which therefore resulted in...More
I choose this hotel as we wanted a room for one night for 3 men,i.e. a room with 3 single beds. Most other properties in London won't guarantee 3 beds when booking a triple room, some quote in the small print " a double and...More
Clean and convenient - hearty breakfast included - friendly staff - free wifi (good) - Quiet location. Nice and close to Earl's Court tube station. Clearly value for money in the heart of London. Wouldn't hesitate to stay again or to recommend to friends.
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.