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Berjaya Eden Park London Hotel

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

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The only positive of this hotel is its location. The room was so small that two people could not move about at the same time. One of us needed to sit on the bed so the other could get dressed etc. The wallpaper is peeling off the walls. There is Spackle / plaster touch ups on the wallpaper. The bathtub faucet didn't turn off. The toilet can only flush once every 5-10 minutes. The heat can not be turned off and the only openable window requires standing on the bed to open and its a shoebox size window. The corridors are very narrow and claustrophobic.

The term, "You get what you pay for" was true with this hotel but maybe a little better than that. It was a good value in a good location and I wasn't really expecting much more. Room was a bit small and there was no AC, just fans. Clean and simple.

awful room. incredible small room and bathroom. 2electrical outlets. peeling paint in bathroom. wardrobe smelled- couldn't keep anything in there. had to walk up a flight of stairs then hallway then down 4 stairs to lift and go DOWN 1 flight. missing molding in lift.carpet torn on stair. web site said complementary continental breakfast. both of us looked at that at booking. at hotel was 6 £ per person extra.

The hotel has a great location. Less than one minute to the tube station and a great choice of restaurants within the area. The staff are always helpful, friendly and courteous. The only issue I had with this hotel was the WI Fi. Only worked in the reception area and is extremely slow.

Great for taking photos of the outside of the hotel - looks high class. Staff were all really nice. Rooms...small. Very small! Beaitiful building and great location right beside Queensway and subway stations.

The hotel is just fine, great location, friendly staff and clean. My one complaint is that Internet access in the rooms is needed (free of charge). It is a hassle to sit in the lobby to use wi-fi even if it is free.

If you just need a room in a good location but will not spend any time in it then this hotel will suit your purpose. I had a single room that was very small and so was the bathroom but I was only there to sleep and considering the prices of hotels in London it worked for me.

The hotel location is very good and the public areas, reception and bar, are quite nice. I stayed in a single room. it was very small, but expected that. The room looked very tired and the bathroom was small, but the shower had good water pressure. They charge for internet, but the connection was very good. If you are not going to spend any time in your room then you will be fine but if you want your room to have a nice ambiance then you may want to stay somewhere else.

At 68 pounds per night, it is someplace to lay your head in a small room with clean sheets. Nothing more. There hasn't been an update to the rooms in this place since Queen Victoria was crowned in the 1830's. The TV gets 3 stations. The internet access costs 15 pounds a day. You get one (small) bar of soap that lasts one shower to last you for your stay. However, it is in a convenient area of the city. There are no bugs. As I said the sheets are clean. The mattress is old. The floor is stained. The place is pretty quiet...at least the rooms in the back are. The shower stall is 18 inches by 18 inches. The sink is 6 inches by 8 inches. If you are a normal sized human, you'll get by. If you are American Mid-west/South sized then you won't fit. The buffet continental breakfast is satisfactory for 7 dollars. Essentially if you want more than that you'll have to pay a lot more in London. If you can get by on the minimum, then this place will do the trick.

The staff were friendly and helpful. The halls to rooms very narrow. My room was in the basement with a window looking onto an adjacent wall. For one or two nights it was acceptable with easy access to tube stations.

The hotel has a great location near two tube stops. Room was typical European in size, but apportioned well. My only downside to the room is that it didn't have air conditioning, then again in the UK one doesn't really need it. It would have been nice though. The hallways are small (and the elevator), but again that is typical in European hotels. Hotel staff was courteous, bed was comfortable, and room was clean. Food around hotel was Eastern European and Asian, and quite plentiful. Other food is just a a tube stop away. I thought paying for internet was a bit expensive.

Great value and good location! The room was very small but had everything needed except AC. The room felt cramped and hot with little ventilation. The fan provided didn't do much. Paying for breakfast, although a very nice dinning area, was not necessary as there was a cute little cafe just around the corner that serves a full English breakfast for a great deal. I wouldn't want to spend anymore time in the room than needed but it was a great deal for location and much better than doing the hostel route when traveling with more than one person.

Even by expensive London prices this hotel was highly overpriced compared to others in class and location. Rooms are very small and bathrooms at best tiny and hard to move around in. But most seriously corridors leading to rooms and public spaces very narrow, less than 1 meter wide. Consequently I would be very worried about being able to find my way out quickly should a fire or some other event require and emergency evacuation. The only elevator is the smallest I've ever seen with barely enough room for 2 people and a single carryon bag each. Absolutely the hotel would not meet any accessibility requirements stipulated by the Americans with Disabilities standards. If you have any tendencies toward claustrophobia this hotel will stress you out. The only thing positive about the hotel was that staff was friendly, helpful and conducted themselves in a professional manner.

35-39 Inverness Terrace London England

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Kensington Gardens and Kensington Palace
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • 24-hour front desk

Located in Bayswater, Berjaya Eden Park London Hotel is a leisurely stroll from popular sights such as Kensington Gardens and Kensington Palace. This 111-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and a 24-hour front desk. In the historical district, it's also near Royal Albert Hall and Buckingham Palace.


Dining

Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 10:30 AM. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or enjoy a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant.


Rooms

The 111 rooms have an array of amenities, including coffee makers, laptop-compatible safes, and phones. TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries.


Property features

Berjaya Eden Park London Hotel features free WiFi in public areas and a porter/bellhop. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to help with luggage storage, and answer any questions about the area.

Guest reviews for Berjaya Eden Park London Hotel

Everyone (2) Couples (1) Business (1) Family (1) Other (7) Friends (2)
2

location but that's it.

Everyone

The only positive of this hotel is its location. The room was so small that two people could not move about at the same time. One of us needed to sit on the bed so the other could get dressed etc. The wallpaper is peeling off the walls. There is Spackle / plaster touch ups on the wallpaper. The bathtub faucet didn't turn off. The toilet can only flush once every 5-10 minutes. The heat can not be turned off and the only openable window requires standing on the bed to open and its a shoebox size window. The corridors are very narrow and claustrophobic.

By on Nov 21, 2016

3

good value and location

Singles

The term, "You get what you pay for" was true with this hotel but maybe a little better than that. It was a good value in a good location and I wasn't really expecting much more. Room was a bit small and there was no AC, just fans. Clean and simple.

By on Mar 12, 2015

1

awful room

GetawayWithFriends

awful room. incredible small room and bathroom. 2electrical outlets. peeling paint in bathroom. wardrobe smelled- couldn't keep anything in there. had to walk up a flight of stairs then hallway then down 4 stairs to lift and go DOWN 1 flight. missing molding in lift.carpet torn on stair. web site said complementary continental breakfast. both of us looked at that at booking. at hotel was 6 £ per person extra.

By on Sep 10, 2014

4

great location.

Families

The hotel has a great location. Less than one minute to the tube station and a great choice of restaurants within the area. The staff are always helpful, friendly and courteous. The only issue I had with this hotel was the WI Fi. Only worked in the reception area and is extremely slow.

By on Jun 21, 2014

3

great bar and foyer

Couples

Great for taking photos of the outside of the hotel - looks high class. Staff were all really nice. Rooms...small. Very small! Beaitiful building and great location right beside Queensway and subway stations.

By on Jun 25, 2013

4

just needs internet

Singles

The hotel is just fine, great location, friendly staff and clean. My one complaint is that Internet access in the rooms is needed (free of charge). It is a hassle to sit in the lobby to use wi-fi even if it is free.

By on Mar 17, 2013

3

good location, small room

Singles

If you just need a room in a good location but will not spend any time in it then this hotel will suit your purpose. I had a single room that was very small and so was the bathroom but I was only there to sleep and considering the prices of hotels in London it worked for me.

By on Jul 5, 2012

3

berjaya eden park london hotel

Singles

The hotel location is very good and the public areas, reception and bar, are quite nice. I stayed in a single room. it was very small, but expected that. The room looked very tired and the bathroom was small, but the shower had good water pressure. They charge for internet, but the connection was very good. If you are not going to spend any time in your room then you will be fine but if you want your room to have a nice ambiance then you may want to stay somewhere else.

By on Jul 1, 2012

1

you get what you pay for

Singles

At 68 pounds per night, it is someplace to lay your head in a small room with clean sheets. Nothing more. There hasn't been an update to the rooms in this place since Queen Victoria was crowned in the 1830's. The TV gets 3 stations. The internet access costs 15 pounds a day. You get one (small) bar of soap that lasts one shower to last you for your stay. However, it is in a convenient area of the city. There are no bugs. As I said the sheets are clean. The mattress is old. The floor is stained. The place is pretty quiet...at least the rooms in the back are. The shower stall is 18 inches by 18 inches. The sink is 6 inches by 8 inches. If you are a normal sized human, you'll get by. If you are American Mid-west/South sized then you won't fit. The buffet continental breakfast is satisfactory for 7 dollars. Essentially if you want more than that you'll have to pay a lot more in London. If you can get by on the minimum, then this place will do the trick.

By on Mar 26, 2012

3

5 minutes from tube station

Singles

The staff were friendly and helpful. The halls to rooms very narrow. My room was in the basement with a window looking onto an adjacent wall. For one or two nights it was acceptable with easy access to tube stations.

By on Sep 24, 2011