Adare Hotel London offering cheap and cheerful living in London’s city center
If you’re planning a trip to UK’s vibrant capital city in the near future and are travelling on a limited low to middle budget, then you may want to consider the Adare Hotel as a possible option. Located right in the center of London, a short stroll from many of the main tourist attractions, shopping malls and entertainment hubs, the Adare Hotel is perfectly situated for first time visitors wanting to fit in as much as possible into a short holiday trip. Here guests will find themselves sitting between the Lancaster Gate and Paddington underground stations and about 10 minutes walk from the popular Hyde Park green, with plenty of public transport available nearby to whisk you off to other parts of the city in no time at all. The surrounding Westminster area is also well known for, Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and the Thames river boat rides, which will ensure plenty of fun is had for both children and adults.
The Adare Hotel London has been built into a set of Georgian town houses offering a simple, clean and cozy décor with soft colored walls, carpeted floors, a selection of original paintings and other classical fittings which add to its homely vibe. The hotel is relatively small housing just 20 different guest rooms in various sizes; you can choose from the family, single, double, twin and triple rooms each fully furnished with a range of amenities for guest convenience. The room interiors are simple, but care has been given to bring them up to standard and give them a homely touch, expect to find a selection of soft furniture, a writing desk, a large color television complete with local and satellite channels, a telephone with IDD service and a coffee/tea making facility.
To help take the stress of travelling off of your shoulders the Adare Hotel offers a range of basic services and facilities, including an on-site parking area available at a minimal charge to those planning to drive within London. There is a basic photocopying, faxing and printing service for those who require it, extra beds can be rented from the 24-hour reception desk and visitors can get travel advice as well as book tickets at the friendly front desk area.
Unfortunately there is no on-site lunch and dinner restaurant, but there is a spacious eating area that offers a freshly prepared full English breakfast every morning to help prepare guests for a long day of sight seeing. Fortunately the hotel has a central location and the area is dotted with plenty of restaurants and convenience stores, just ask the receptionist to help point you in the right direction. Overall the Adare Hotel London delivers a reasonable accommodation at a reasonable price, though it doesn’t have a long list of facilities or spacious luxury rooms, it does offer budget travelers a central location with fast and easy access to London’s city center.