Monthly Archives: December 2016

Egerton House Hotel, London

The hotel is tremendously warm, ideal for the cool climate of London. Classic decor but exquisite; on the web it seemed too crowded but I have to say that once you get there you feel extremely warm and comfortable: very cozy!


The service of the hotel is superb, both in staff as in the details that each night we spent in the room.

I stayed in a Queen room and the only downside is the bed of 1.35 meters, pretty fair for a couple. I understand that a hotel of this category who cares about the details should opt for a bed of 1.50 for this type of rooms. Of course it has superior rooms with larger beds (as 1.80 meters or more), but for the price of the Queen it deserves a a little bigger bed.

Also I should highlight the extreme cleanliness in spite of so much fabric, and the size of the cabinet and places to save more than adequate and something that often is scarce in the traditional hotels in London. The bathroom is also very spacious and with all kinds of details.

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The service at the hotel was exquisite even before our arrival, sending a form with our preferences in many senses in a way that the room we had on arrival would be just for us.

A curiosity that i loved: for the first time a hotel offers me yoga mat in the room when I usually have to load with mine. Not having enough space on my room or dispose of gym, each morning, they offered me a large room to be able to make my practice.

Every stay at the hotel is like being at home, both by the warmth as by the dimensions.

I believe that the price is adequate (perhaps for the spaniards is somewhat elevated but normal for London) in all senses. English charm, mimo and detail in an unbeatable location to visit museums, shopping, walk through Hyde Park,

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