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The Phoenix is an excellent hotel in Bayswater. The rooms are clean, comfortable and with modern bathrooms. It well deserves it's 3 star rating with some room extras that you don't even get in a 4 star hotel. The breakfasts are generous and although the...More
I've stayed in the hotel twice and found it welcoming, comfortable and excellent value. The hotel location is very easy to reach by train and the area is lively and pleasy. Kensington Gardens are very close by and make an excellent place for a stroll....More
Thank Deborah W
Response from Phoenix H, Guest Relations Manager at Phoenix HotelResponded 9 June 2017
Thank you for your positive comments and for awarding Phoenix Hotel your top score! We are delighted to know that you are one of our returning guests and we look forward to welcome you back next time you visit London!
Stayed for 2 nights this week and enjoyed our stay. Well located within easy reach of Bayswater and Queensway tubes and surrounded by good restaurants. A bit of noise from other residents on the first night but you can get that anywhere!
Second time stay. Perfect location for me. Ten minute walk to Kensington Palace, couple minute walk to Bayswater tube stop with two different lines and a few minutes beyond that to the Queensway Tube station. Nothing Hill is just west.
While the room furniture is...More
We had a great stay here over the New Year weekend. The reception staff were friendly and helpful and couldn't of been nicer. The lounge area was clean and welcoming. Our room was a little dated but perfectly acceptable. The only thing for me was...More
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