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53 Upper Berkeley Street, London W1H 7QP
- Marble Arch Tube Station (0.3 km)
- Edgware Road Tube Station (0.7 km)
- cheap flight fares (0.5 km)
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020 7723 3664
37 Eccleston Square, London SW1V 1PB
“The grade II listed 40 room Eccleston Square Hotel will open in Spring 2011 after a £6.5m refurbishment which is transforming the interior with high tech features and beautiful modern design. Bordering Belgravia and Victoria Eccleston Square...” more...
3 reviews of Sumner Hotel in English
My favourite hotel in London.
Small boutique hotel with beautiful home like decor. Reception and service is excellent and very friendly.
Rooms are beautiful and large. Some rooms can let noise in but thats true most hotels.
Breakfast is hit or miss but I usually have good luck and enjoy a large choice.
Minibars are quite good with reasonable prices.
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This is a top quality small boutique hotel which is in an excellent location. It is only a 2 min walk to Oxford Street and Marble Arch and a 5 min walk into Hyde Park.
The decor is really tasteful and modern and we were really impressed with the lounge area which had lots of lovely reading material and more importantly, a PC for guest use which was free of charge to surf the web. We had drinks in the lounge one evening and although they were a little pricey, it was a lovely atmosphere.
We had an executive king sized room which was immaculate, with high quality fittings and fixtures and plenty of space. It overlooked the street but wasn’t noisy at all and it was nice to be able to open the windows. We didn’t really need specific help from staff but we found them pleasant at all times. When we asked to borrow an ironing board - it was no trouble at all.
Although we would recommend this hotel and would stay again, it did have some small down sides for us. Firstly, there were no tea and coffee making facilities in the room which I would expect from a 4 star hotel. We had to pay £3.60 for tea for two with biscuits! Also, I like to have a bath and robe in a hotel room, especially after a hard day’s sight seeing in London but unfortunately, we had neither. The shower room was like new and very clean but quite small.
As for the breakfast, it was more continental than traditional English. The first day, there was no bacon at all and the sausage was like a bratwerst! On day two, we did have bacon but no sausage. Toast wasn’t readily available on the buffet but we did get some when we asked. Despite these small niggles, we thorougly enjoyed our stay.
I love The Sumner. I’ve stayed there three times in the past 15 months: it’s a real find. It has a great location (3 blocks from the Marble Arch tube station), in a convenient but quiet neighborhood. The hotel was opened in 2006 in restored townhomes, and has about 22 rooms. The common areas and rooms are nicely decorated with modern furnishings (flat screen TVs in the rooms). There is a computer available to guests in the sitting room, and there is reliable Internet access in all guestrooms. The room rate (very reasonable for London) includes a good buffet breakfast. Most importantly, the staff at The Sumner are always pleasant and helpful. You won’t go wrong at The Sumner! I will definitely be back.
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