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Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer Street Hotel

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

We stayed at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer Street Hotel because it was close the Palace Theatre where the play is being presented. Less than a 4-minute walk. Also had tickets for the Tall Ship event. This turned out to be one of our best stays in London. My wife is taking a course in Hampton Court. So we have been to London over 7 times over the 15 months.

Absolute five star experience - every detail was perfect.

Excellent Hotel, very clean and confortable as excellent ubication

Excellent experience. Great gym and business center. The staff is great. Finally the location is excellent close to opera and theatres.

The location remains great, staff is very polite, a little disappointed about the gym situation and the new design is a little me too

Perfect location. Staff is incredible. We got the package with breakfast, which was a lovely start to every day. Hotel was being refurbished so our rooms were newly decorated and we received a discount. That being said, our group stayed in three rooms for over a week, and we agreed the rooms are not suited for people staying for more than a few days. There were six permanent hangers in the closet and one drawer for clothing. No dresser and no drawers in bathroom or night stands. We understand European hotels are usually smaller than in the US, but the lack of storage space contributed to a feeling of cutter, even with minimal packers like us.

I used to live in London and knew this is a great location to all the places and locations in London. It has the most amazing coffee shop opposite -Monmouth-it's easy to covent, Leicester square, soho, walk to the river, trafalgar square ... The list goes on. It has a great bar and the staff is friendly....the only thing is that the gym is out of action just now.

This hotel had a superb location, within walking distance of theatres, shopping and museums. Unfortunately, the rooms were small and cramped, and the thermostat was difficult to regulate. The breakfast buffet was fine. We've stayed in three other radisson's in the UK this year (Dublin, Edinburgh and another London location) and in comparison, this hotel was disappointing. The staff was nice, and there is free internet in the lobby (great for confirming flights).

Went to London for a week. While the rooms were very cozy with not a lot of storage space, the location makes up for everything. Located two steps from Seven Dials makes it super easy to find when wandering around the West End. Easy to get to Covent Gardens and the tube station and a nice walk to just about anywhere. The concierge was helpful with calling and making reservations. We did most of the research into where we wanted to go, so we didn't use them for recommendations in the area. When we did (for restaurants), we weren't wowed. We didn't do the breakfast option as we found just wandering around and grabbing a bit at Pret or a coffee shop was a good day starter. Most of the other places we ate were found from wandering around SoHo or leaving the neighborhood. Some good ones - Tamarind (Indian), The Wosely, 32 Queen Street (Gastropub - game - close to hotel)... Great trip.

I was in room 125, a room carved out from a closet. Besides the size, I had to endure a loud mechanical buzzing noise which resounded each and every 240 seconds from 1 Am until 7:30 AM. I called reception 3 times during the night and was told they would look into the matter. Nothing changed. When I spoke to the staff at the desk in the morning, they told me to "make sure you write and let the manager know"... saying there was nothing they intended to do in order to take responsibility for the ordeal. Not a good experience, to say the least.

Although I was there for only one night, it was one of the most relaxing stays I've had in a hotel. Very friendly and helpful staff, great location, and absolutely the most comfortable bed. The location is excellent and within walking distance to nightlife, entertainment and cultural hotspots. Excellent!

20 Mercer Street, Covent Garden London England

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to London Coliseum and Royal Opera House
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • 24-hour fitness center

Located in Soho, Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer Street Hotel is next to popular attractions like Cambridge Theatre and Donmar Warehouse. This 4-star hotel has 137 guestrooms and offers a 24-hour fitness center, free in-room WiFi, and a 24-hour business center. Centrally located in London, the hotel is also a short walk from Shaftesbury Theatre and Royal Opera House.


Dining

This hotel serves as home to a lobby lounge, along with a restaurant that specializes in Peruvian cuisine. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service. For your convenience, a English breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10:30 AM.


Rooms

Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer Street Hotel's 137 rooms are air-conditioned and provide free bottled water, laptop-compatible safes, and phones. Flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Beds sport Egyptian cotton sheets and bathrooms offer hair dryers and designer toiletries. In-room massages are available, and rooms also include ironing boards.


Property features

At Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer Street Hotel, guests have access to a 24-hour fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and 4 meeting rooms. Parking is available for GBP 42.00 per day (GBP 54.00 per day for valet parking), and there's also limo/town car service. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a 24-hour business center, coffee/tea in a common area, and express check-in.

Room options

Superior Room

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Studio Suite

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Deluxe Room

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Studio Room

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer Street Hotel

Everyone (2) Business (3) Couples (2) Family (1) Friends (2) Other (1)
5

harry potter and the cursed child

Everyone

We stayed at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer Street Hotel because it was close the Palace Theatre where the play is being presented. Less than a 4-minute walk. Also had tickets for the Tall Ship event. This turned out to be one of our best stays in London. My wife is taking a course in Hampton Court. So we have been to London over 7 times over the 15 months.

By , from Mons, Belgium on Apr 18, 2017

5
Everyone

Absolute five star experience - every detail was perfect.

By on Dec 23, 2016

5

business trip

BusinessTravelers

Excellent Hotel, very clean and confortable as excellent ubication

By on Nov 27, 2015

5

summer in london

GetawayWithFriends

Excellent experience. Great gym and business center. The staff is great. Finally the location is excellent close to opera and theatres.

By on Jul 9, 2014

4

great loction ... not sure about latest re- design

Singles

The location remains great, staff is very polite, a little disappointed about the gym situation and the new design is a little me too

By on Oct 9, 2011

4

fantastic location and service;

Couples

Perfect location. Staff is incredible. We got the package with breakfast, which was a lovely start to every day. Hotel was being refurbished so our rooms were newly decorated and we received a discount. That being said, our group stayed in three rooms for over a week, and we agreed the rooms are not suited for people staying for more than a few days. There were six permanent hangers in the closet and one drawer for clothing. No dresser and no drawers in bathroom or night stands. We understand European hotels are usually smaller than in the US, but the lack of storage space contributed to a feeling of cutter, even with minimal packers like us.

By on Jun 29, 2011

4

location in the heart of covent garden

GetawayWithFriends

I used to live in London and knew this is a great location to all the places and locations in London. It has the most amazing coffee shop opposite -Monmouth-it's easy to covent, Leicester square, soho, walk to the river, trafalgar square ... The list goes on. It has a great bar and the staff is friendly....the only thing is that the gym is out of action just now.

By on Nov 22, 2010

3

great location

Families

This hotel had a superb location, within walking distance of theatres, shopping and museums. Unfortunately, the rooms were small and cramped, and the thermostat was difficult to regulate. The breakfast buffet was fine. We've stayed in three other radisson's in the UK this year (Dublin, Edinburgh and another London location) and in comparison, this hotel was disappointing. The staff was nice, and there is free internet in the lobby (great for confirming flights).

By on Mar 23, 2010

4

great location, nice staff

Couples

Went to London for a week. While the rooms were very cozy with not a lot of storage space, the location makes up for everything. Located two steps from Seven Dials makes it super easy to find when wandering around the West End. Easy to get to Covent Gardens and the tube station and a nice walk to just about anywhere. The concierge was helpful with calling and making reservations. We did most of the research into where we wanted to go, so we didn't use them for recommendations in the area. When we did (for restaurants), we weren't wowed. We didn't do the breakfast option as we found just wandering around and grabbing a bit at Pret or a coffee shop was a good day starter. Most of the other places we ate were found from wandering around SoHo or leaving the neighborhood. Some good ones - Tamarind (Indian), The Wosely, 32 Queen Street (Gastropub - game - close to hotel)... Great trip.

By on Nov 11, 2009

1

one of the worst night's sleep ever

BusinessTravelers

I was in room 125, a room carved out from a closet. Besides the size, I had to endure a loud mechanical buzzing noise which resounded each and every 240 seconds from 1 Am until 7:30 AM. I called reception 3 times during the night and was told they would look into the matter. Nothing changed. When I spoke to the staff at the desk in the morning, they told me to "make sure you write and let the manager know"... saying there was nothing they intended to do in order to take responsibility for the ordeal. Not a good experience, to say the least.

By on Aug 27, 2009