Millennium Hotel London Knightsbridge4.0 out of 5.0
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The bathtub had hair in it from the previous guests. The floor was dirty. And our hallway going to the room had several pizza boxes on the floor at 8pm; we went to sleep and checked out at 10am and the pizza boxes was still there.
Great Hotel & staff. B Location perfect near the tube and walk the city
Good but it had its upa and downs, for the room was a bit small and the toilet was tiny.
Shoppers will love this location which is so close to Harrods and streets filled with great stores. The subway is very convenient as well and makes moving around London simple and easy. The coffee shop in the lobby is very accommodating for those waiting for an early check-in or a morning/evening cup of coffee.
Overall this is a great hotel and the price that I got was very reasonable. This has old world charm yet very modern bathroom and plenty of plugs (as long as you have enough converters from US standard plugs). A few things of interest. - there is one US standard plug per room under the desk. Great find when you need more the you brought converters for. They also have converts available. - just a couple blocks from Knightsbridge tube station. - good sized room but small by American standards. Comfortable though and very nice. - don't stay in you room. There is too much to see around or even a tubestop or two away. -they have very large bath towels. The only things I didn't love was the lack of places to put your clothes. I was there for a week and alway unpack. I didn't have much room to hang my things. The other epwas you need to call for an iron and ironing board when you need it. Not a bad thing just and inconvenience.
Loved every minute of it. It was a perfect location to get on the metro and go anywhere or walk down to Harrods or the shops that are in the area.
good, clean well situated hotel just behind Harods department store
1. The business center was really pathetic. If they didn't put the words "business center" on the door, you would have thought it was a storage room for a few old computers and printers. When I complained, the night clerk claimed that he didn't know how to use a computer (liar!!) 2. The night manager intervened, and he was very helpful. However, there is only so much you can do with extremely outdated printers that print 2 pages a minute and jam repeatedly. 3. Other than that (and no fitness center) the hotel was nice and in a great location. However, the rooms are really small, and my room had a broken lock on the door of the room. There was also no "window" -- i.e., there was a barrier just outside the window so you could only see a little bit of the sky and nothing else. 4. The food was good and the overall service (aside from the business center experience) was pleasant. 5. If you can put up with the above, the hotel is about a block from Harrods. So,stay there if you want to shop--and do your printing in advance.
The Millennium was very run down and outdated. I travel all over the world and stay in many different types of hotels.I really never stayed in a hotel as poor as this one. The room was very tired-the wood was peeling off of the closet door. The heat did not work. I reported this and they could not fix it and they gave us a portable heater. The beds felt like cots .We were then informed that we would have window cleaners for the entire next day. I am generally very forgiving but I would never stay here again.
Location is perfect! Staff is helpful and attentive. Breakfast is top notch- fresh fruit and pastries, typical English breakfast as well as Oriental and Continental choices. My budget room was compact and comfortable, no street noise.
My Family and I we like This Hotel Very Mutch. We Forghet The Space Of The Room Besid The location And The Hotel Staf.
The Hotel Location is Very Good. The Room Space is Small.
A great location, near the tube station and the fabulous shopping. But the hotel is looking a bit weary. The room was small (which we expected) and drafty. The London hotels need to catch up to modern times and offer free WiFi (5 pounds for an hour -- get real, folks!). But the staff was accommodating when we called ahead and explained that we were arriving early (we managed to get into our room a bit after noon rather than 2 pm). Bottom line: good at the price, but don't really expect 4 stars.
From the moment we arrived to the moment we left the staff was wonderful. The hotel is very nice, clean and the rooms were spacious. We had a club room which gave us use of the lounge. This was a nice addition. All day you could visit the lounge for snacks and drinks. The location is perfect also. We were minutes from everything. I would highly recommend this hotel!
Superb location in the heart of Knightsbridge, and an easy Tube ride to many major attractions. The room was "English small" but good value for the price and location, and very clean. The buffet breakfast was convenient and perfectly adequate. The staff were always polite and helpful. The Pds 5/hour internet access charge was probably not expensive by London standards, but still a little annoying. I left my cell phone and sports watch behind in a bedside table when I checked out, but was told by reception staff after calling back later they had not been found, despite the room having remained unoccupied since I had left. I have written to the Hotel Manager about this. Someone must have removed the items.
Very well managed hotel. Brand new towels and sheets. Good breakfast in UK terms. The hotel is located on Sloan street. Ideal for shopping enthusiasts. All high end brands are near. Harrods is 3 minutes walk. Metro is a minute walk. Picadilly line is direct to Coventry garden and Heathrow. National history museum, science museum are 10 minute walking distance. Great places to spend a day with kids. 5 minute taxi drive to London eye, to theatres.
The hotel is nice and the staff is efficient. The restrant and bar are also quite good. I was surprised that the hotel sits right in the middle of a high end shopping district. Easy walk to the tube.
I spent 8 nights at this hotel. I work and travel abroad, so I have a reasonably wide comparison set. I was a little disappointed with my room. To be honest, the Boston Millenium is hands-down better, but then again I have come to expect somewhat less from European counterparts of the same or similar chains. However, the hotel does have some plusses. The food (both restaurant and room service) was pretty good, and the common area decore was also pretty good. The staff was also pretty nice. The water pressure was terrific. That is where the plusses end pretty well end. The hotel seriously needs an update. My room...although it had a nice bed and linens, had some age. The slider door for the bathroom was cheap/flimsy, the carpet was frayed at edges, and the caulk around the tub and other fixures was spotty and very sloppy. The TV also needed an update. The walls had some scuffs and staining on the wallpaper. One huge item for me, was Internet. In this day and age hotel Internet should not cost 25 Sterling a day (8 if only purchasing one hour). The lobby did have wireless, but it was through some third party using scratch off cards. Again, a lot more expensive than it should have been. In a hotel (on Sloane) bearing the Millenium name, and for the expense...tsk tsk tsk. Sorry...no winner here. For both business or pleasure, I'd keep shopping.
The location was nice, it was about 50 meters from the Piccadilly line and near a lot of shopping locations. But if you're planning on using the wi-fi often, you'll want to look elsewhere. 8GBP per hour and 25GBP per day. I've stayed at many hotels in London, and their rates are by far the highest!
when I arrived I was told breakfast or Internet were not included affer a debate they then agreed.I went to my room the internet had a connection problem after 2 hours after a long jouney working with there inexperianc staff we go it going. After that the front desk said you can have breakfast but the Internet will cost you the outragist amount of 25pound per day? [...]Also for the 3 breakfast I had there they was an argument every morning as they would say in front of all the other guess sorry your not intitaled to breakfast then affair consulting the front desk I would get my breakfast.[...]I'm not happy and all this added for me trying to operate my business impossible plus the rude staff.[...]
Located in London City Centre, Millennium Hotel London Knightsbridge is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Harrods and Sloane Square. This 222-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi. It's in central London and also close to Royal Albert Hall and Buckingham Palace.
In addition to a meal at the onsite restaurant, you can also enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. Start your day off with breakfast, available for a fee.
All of Millennium Hotel London Knightsbridge's 222 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including minibars, coffee makers, and free newspapers. TVs come with satellite channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Safes, phones, and desks are other standard amenities.
Guests of Millennium Hotel London Knightsbridge enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, 3 meeting rooms, and a business center. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include free newspapers, a terrace, and laundry facilities.