Park Avenue Baker Street3.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
many opportunities for activities (Sherlock Holmes Museum, Madame Tussaud, Camden Town, Abbey Road, Shopping, Museums, Pubs, Food...), very calm and peacful area, metro baker street nearby, hotel is very calm and clean
Stayed for two nights. Good location close to the tube. Room small but has everything that you need. Clean and well maintained. Staff all very friendly. Would recommend for a short stay in London good value for money. I would definitely stay here again
I stayed here with my daughter for a weekend away to take in a few sights and see a show. Going into Marylebone we wanted a hotel close by. This was ideal. 5 minutes stroll away. Making the underground very accessible. We only saw the staff on reception but they were friendly and polite. The hotel is spotlessly clean as was our bedroom. Refreshments in the room where included in the price. The bathroom floor, well what can I say about that. Being someone who is always cold this was a dream for me. Under floor heating so warm it burnt your feet. We both loved it.
I spend many nights in London on business. In a nutshell , the air con wasn’t working properly, the bed is so uncomfortable, and to top it off I got awoken at midnight with staff banging on my door to discover it was the wrong room. There are far better places in town for the same money.
2 mins walk from Baker Street , really handy for getting around London - Hotel is in a lovely building , my room was across the road from reception , very clean , bigger than expected . Complimentary soft drinks in room plus tea/coffee - only drawback was inconsistency of WIFI , coverage was variable and ddoesn't seem to remember users from day to day
I was there only for a night, but the central location paid off. The staff were very friendly and helpful. I didn’t like the bed (too soft for me) and didn’t sleep very well, but that’s my personal preference, I guess. All in all it was a good stay.
Stayed here for two nights and was a little disappointed. We stayed in a small double room (smallest room I’ve ever stayed in but we booked a standard room so no complaint about that). The only problem with the room was there was nowhere to hang anything - jackets/wet towels/ handbag- so limited floor space was also full. Shower was good and room was clean, housekeeping did an excellent job on the room service on the day we were out. The main issue really was the welcome and check in. We had to fill out the registration card from scratch with all our arrival and departure dates etc-surely you have all this prepared on advance? Small annoyance. We were given no information on check in about breakfast or transport or anything really except when to check out. Not very welcoming. Then we were told we were in a room in the annex (not a problem at all) across the road and to sit and wait for the porter who would take us. Despite being assured as response to other reviews that there was help with luggage we were not offered any assistance or umbrella or even a smile as we were led across the road in the rain and up three flights of very narrow stairs with our two heavy rucksacks. I suppose this made the room more disappointing. The most annoying thing was they were having the carpet replaced outside our room and I would have hoped they would have maybe allocated so they had people departing and arriving in those rooms (as they were done before check in) but we were staying over and had return to the room for a rest having not slept well (lots of road noise- again not their fault but to be aware) and had to contend with banging and loud noise all afternoon. Nobody cleared up after the workmen which was a shame - they could have run a hoover round. Instead it was a left a messy state until after we had left the following day. Basically, comfortable and cheaper than others but no pride in what they do which is a shame.
My husband had booked two nights for my birthday. We were greeted with a quick check in and even had our case carried to our room. Our first night was disturbed 4 times by the fire alarms going off, and no explanation the next morning. Every time the people in the room above us went to the loo or ran water we could hear it. Breakfast was good but not enough seating for everybody, people were waiting for tables to become vacant and one couple even stood whilst they ate their breakfast. We had no ordinary T bags in our room, only green tea, we requested some and were given 3 T bags !!!. Also if you have a room at the front of the hotel it is noisy. When we checked out we were asked if our stay had been comfortable and I mentioned a few things and got a half hearted ‘sorry’. Overall a disappointing stay & birthday trip away.
The good lady and I have just returned from our annual London Xmas trip. As is usual the choice of accommodation was left to her. She certainly picked well on this occasion. The Park Lane is split between the main hotel and reception on one side of the road and an annex on the other. We where in the annex. The room was more than adequate for our over night stay. Tea and coffee making facilities are always welcome but then add a fridge and microwave. The bathroom was better than we have experienced in much more expensive hotels anywhere.....a heated floor, hand held and rain shower, heated mirror and a good selection of toiletries. Breakfast was served across the road in the main building with a hot and cold selection of food. All the staff were cheerful and helpful. This hotel is within walking distance of Oxford St for all you keen shoppers. We will certainly use this hotel again.
Normally i do not leave a review, but my stay at park avenue baker street was excellent as well as very comfy which lead me to leave a review as they deserve it. Everything i could have required was in the room, staff were really polite and helpful. The location itself is just ideal,right in the heart of London. Would definitely recommend it.i really enjoyed staying here. looking forward to my stay again next month,hopefully it will be as great as my last time. Thank you to the entire team.
- Walking distance to Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum and London Business School
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Concierge services
- 24-hour front desk
Located in Marylebone, Park Avenue Baker Street is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum and London Business School. This 45-room, 3.5-star hotel has in-room conveniences like refrigerators, microwaves, and coffee makers. It's also close to ZSL London Zoo and Buckingham Palace.
For your convenience, a full breakfast is served each morning for a fee.
All 45 air-conditioned rooms feature microwaves, refrigerators, and coffee makers. Guests can expect free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include free bottled water, safes, and desks.
At Park Avenue Baker Street, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with concierge services, luggage storage, and securing valuables.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
66% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 303 reviews