After a long day of sightseeing, I reserved a room not expecting much, but the staff were very friendly, the room excellen, clean and confortable, and as an American, happy to have the bonus of free wifi, lifts, and air conditioning. That's very unusual for the UK, and was very much appreciated.
Location is great if you need to go to Euston and Kings Cross St Pancras Stations. Small room with tiny bathroom - ok for a short stay. Has elevator and easy to check in and out. Breakfast is on the ground floor and there are options in the neighborhood.
Excellent location Friendly staff Very Standard food, nothing special Focus on volume and not quality With some investment and attention to details it could be a great hotel Restaurant could be open for a little bit longer, closing at 9:30 is not good We enjoyed our stay but expected much more from ...
This was my 4th visit to the Grange St. Paul Hotel. The staff are consistently professional, courteous, helpful and friendly. I have yet to have anything other than a positive interaction with the staff. The rooms are of a consistently high quality; comfortable beds and pillows, televisions work ...
We stayed at this hotel since it was close to the Excel London conference center. About 12 min by taxi. It's also a 10 min walk to Canada Place for shopping and trains to everywhere. Canary Wharf is a fine area. The room was spartan. My bed had a concave mattress. The hotel staff was nice at check-in. ...
We were very pleased with our 3 night stay. We took the train from Heathrow to the hotel for 6 pounds each and we’re greeted by friendly and efficient staff. We used the train system to travel to London each day and it only took about 15 minutes. Hotel staff answered all our questions and helped with loacal information. Lots of eateries in the immediate area. Room was small and poorly ventilated, but very clean and modern.
Water was cold in shower. Couple of toilet showers was not working. Otherwise was very enjoyable experience
The hotel is located less than 5 min walk from Trafalgar Square, a subway station, and a supermarket and 10 min walk to most West End theatres, restaurants, and other attractions. Easy commute to Heathrow with one train change. The room has everything one needs for a stay: kitchenette with some dishes and pots, full bathroom, and robust WiFi. The room we stayed was clean, albeit a little worn out. They have breakfast in the morning for extra charge and all day complementary coffee and tea. Staff is very helpful and polite.
Everything about the stay was perfect with the exception of their strict 3:00 check in policy, which they clearly state.
Travel can help to expand your horizons, and in Grays, HMS Belfast, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Horniman Museum & Gardens, Boleyn Ground and Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park are on hand to do just that.
After all that sightseeing, a cozy hotel room is probably in order. Orbitz features 72 hotels in Grays, which rate highly for Hotel Staff and Room cleanliness, as well as offer a quiet place to rest your head.Arts and culture in Grays
Put a little culture on your itinerary in Grays. The exhibits at HMS Belfast, Horniman Museum & Gardens and Museum of London Docklands are good places to soak it in and do some people watching.
You can also learn a thing or two while exploring Grays — just dive into the books at Charlton House Community Centre and Foyles. The knowledge-filled halls and campus of University of Greenwich, Ravensbourne, and Queen Mary University of London - Barts and the London School of Medicine & Dentistry may be worthy of a tour.Nightlife in Grays
After dinner or long days of sightseeing, you can pull up a barstool at Greenwich Theatre and Amersham Armsto enjoy a refreshing cocktail or nightcap. And cutting a rug on the dance floor is always an option.Getting to Grays
Leaving on a jet plane? It will probably land at Gatwick Airport, a major transportation hub for the area.Nightlife in Grays
After dinner or long days of sightseeing, you can pull up a barstool at Greenwich Theatre and Amersham Armsto enjoy a refreshing cocktail or nightcap. And cutting a rug on the dance floor is always an option.Outdoor activities in Grays
Breathe in that fresh air at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, which offers a respite from a fast-paced lifestyle or packed sightseeing itinerary.Fun activities in Grays
Catch a game or event at Boleyn Ground, The Valley and Sutcliffe Park Athletics Track. Here, you can enjoy some classic American eats and entertainment.
At AirCraft Circus, the whole family can get an adrenaline rush on the rides and fill up on snacks. Looking for something more low-key? Catch a film at Greenwich Picturehouse.
If you're feeling the need for a little relaxation while in Grays, head to Arches Leisure Centre, where the attentive staff will pamper you from head to toe.Best times to visit Grays
Want to save up to 21%, 16% and 15% while traveling to Grays? If you book on Orbitz and travel during February, August and January, respectively, you can. So get out there and experience something new — for less!Where to shop in Grays
Want a whole new wardrobe? The shops in Greenwich Cutty Sark and the clothes at Matalan won't disappoint. You can pick up sparkling accessories for any occasion at Garrard and The London Silver Vaults.
If wearable tech is more your speed, check out the gadgets and accessories at Boots.Where to eat in Grays
Grays is home to plenty of eateries designed for grabbing a snack or digging into a serious meal. Among them are The Mitre, The Hill, Spanish Galleon - Shepherd Neame and Yacht. All are also good options for resting your feet between sightseeing excursions. So pull up a chair, take a load off, and maybe even try a new dish or two.