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Hotel Trebovir in Earl's Court

Hello Fellow London Travelers!
We just got back from 7 nights/8 days in London. We stayed at the Hotel Trebovir, located in Earl's Court. It was extremely conveniently located-the Tube is a quick walk to the end of the block and just around the corner. Very easy to get to all the places one might wish to go. The hotel is very clean, very modern, and quiet at night. If you are a large person, someone who wants an 'American style' room, or a traveler who needs a bureau, do not stay here. The rooms are very snug, no bureaus, small closet. We travel using packing cubes, so that was of no consequence for us. Breakfast is included, and it was just great. A Swiss coffee machine grinds the beans fresh and all you do is push a button to select your cuppa of choice (black, cappuccino, milky, etcetera). Of course, hot water for tea and a huge selection of tea varieties. Fresh, warm from the oven croissants, chocolate croissants, fruit and cream cheese pastries, 3 kinds of cold cereals, yogurts, ham, cheese, breads for toasting, fresh fruit salad, hot hardboiled eggs. Stuff yourself, go back to the room and do your thing, go out and see London. The one day we had breakfast out, and not anything huge, it cost 30 pounds, so eating in is a huge saver. The shower was excellent. Ridiculous, tiny double hook on the back of the door doesn't allow for your towel to dry, so although the note in the room says 'it's up to you to save the planet by not having new towels everyday', you will want them...unless you enjoy drying off with a wet towel. There is no storage in the bathroom at all...packing cubes to the rescue again! The staff was very cordial, helpful. Our nightly rate for a twin bed setup was $176.00 per night...a real deal. Of course, this will change based on the current exchange rates at your time of travel. We would definitely stay there again. Oh yeah...elevator and A/C too.

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Thank you so much for including the rate you paid. A hotel recommendation without an idea of the cost isn't very helpful to me.

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I will add, I have stayed in the Earls Court area, and while most of London is a tube ride, it is still a good location and you can get about anywhere easily, plus you are with good access to Heathrow. I have also stayed out further in Hammersmith, still very good connections, maybe better due to the Circle line and a major bus hub in addition to the Picadilly and District lines. Hammersmith also has some highlights with being a bit more relaxed and a lovely Thames riverside area.