Hilton London Green Park Hotel

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Hilton London Green Park Hotel

4 star

Rooms: 162

Half Moon Street - London - England - W1J 7BN - United Kingdom Hotel Website | | 44 02076297522
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Great location

from kepLiverpool
Recently stayed for one night, staff very accomodating and pleasant. I had a room on the ground floor facing the road and although it had secondry glazing it was very noisy but what do you expect it is central london and if you want the location!!!!!!!!! Room comfortable and plenty of tea and coffee. Will definatly stay again.

Getting Better.

from penguinitis
As in all real estate, Location! Location! Location! Walking distance to the Green Park Tube station. Convenient to the theater, museums, etc.

This was our third visit to this hotel and our fourth trip to London.

The urgently needed renovations were just completed in a minimialist decor. The rooms are still the same size. Clean and neat!

Front desk staff expects you to believe them when they say there are no other rooms available to upgrade to. The first room, # 505, on the top floor, facing the rear and quiet was fitting for a Gosford Park servant with a twin and a half bed being used as a double and an ottoman as a chair.

We were able to change to another standard room, # 114, , facing the front, noisy, across from the elevator, which had a queen sized bed and one real chair.

The bathroom is large and bright. The amenities are minimal.

The concierge staff is wonderful and can do anything on earth, except get you a better room.

The bar is overwhelmed with cigar smoke and no air circulation. The bar staff prides itself on their motto, "There is no way to get coffee, food or snacks after 11:00 PM, only liquor or beer."

Ignoring all that, just stay at the hotel and send Erol a fabulous concierge my regards.

Sincerely, Howard Newman


from A TripAdvisor Member
i have staid at many hotel in london, including Hilton's.
A few minor problems really. had booked a delux room but was allocated a standard due to lack of availability. Standard rooms are very small, have no a/c and very small beds. Having aired my concerns, i was upgraded to a junior suite (which i had to pay £40 extra for) but it was £40 well spent. a major improvment from a standard room. had to wait bout an hour for house keeping to clean the room. But a very spacious and tastefully decorated suite. very large lounge sitting area and huge bathroom. But again no a/c just a portable unit that did not work because it was full to the brim with water. asked reception to come and empty it, but never came.
Apart from the minor service issues, a very pleasant boutique style hotel with good location to west end.

Nice place

from grogers11
We stayed at the hotel from 9/9 thru 9/14/04. I felt the hotel was a nice place...let's face it, many hotels in Europe are not up to our American standards. I knew the hotel did not have air conditioning (at least in the room I booked), so luckily it was not hot. We were given a room in the back on the 2nd floor with 2 windows. Though a bit small, we were very happy with it. The hotel was gracious enough to allow us to rest in an available room on the first floor facing the street when we got there, as we took a red eye over from the US. I would suggest you request a room in the back if at all possible, as the street was loud. The staff was accomodating, and the hotel is in a great location, just a 2 minute walk to the Green Park station, where you can pick up 3 lines on the tube. You can take the Picadilly line directly from Heathrow to Green Park, it takes about 45 minutes in rush hour...but I'm sure driving would take longer. I would definitely stay here again and recommend this hotel.

New and zen

from LucaRuggiero
Been there from July 4th to July 6th 2004.
I was given a newly refurbished room in a pure zen style, much more beautiful than those in classic english style advised in the photo gallery on the site of the hotel.
The conditioning was very efficient, although provided by a portable air conditioner placed near the window. No minibar, but what's the matter?
Very good breakfast, although air conditioned too high.
Good restaurant and good service. Non existent concierge.
Prefer this hotel than the other Hilton in the nearby (the Hilton London Mews).
Overall, a good hotel wonderfully positioned in the heart of Mayfair, one minute away from Piccadilly right in front of Green Park.
Unforrtunately, is not very close to any Wagamama restaurant: what means that I need to walk for twenty minutes before sitting for dinner!

Lovely hotel in an excellent location

from A TripAdvisor Member
I stayed in this hotel in August 2004 and would highly recommend it. It is a nice small hotel with a homely feel and decorated in a contempary style throughout. The staff are great and could not do enough for us, even serving us a complimentary cocktail in the bar one evening. Breakfast was delicious although we did have to wait quite a while for a table one morning. The rooms are quite small but clean and modern. My only issues were the fact that there was no airconditioning in the room (although a fan was provided), or was there a minibar/fridge or safe which I find quite poor for a 4 star property. It is the location of this hotel which cannot be faulted. Situated on a quiet side street in the heart of Mayfair you can walk to all major West End attractions. We didn't have to use the tube once during our two day stay. There are also some lovely pavement bars and restaurants in a courtyard just at the back of the hotel. All in all, a great stay.

Spoilt by lack of air con

from prospero1b
The hotel is in an excellent location and is well presented, with an impressive and welcoming foyer. Bedrooms are beautifully decorated, with contemporary furnishings and quality bathrooms. The staff is pleasant and anxious to please. Standards of housekeeping are high.

The one big problem is the lack of air conditioning in the bedrooms (although it is installed in the attractive restaurant). This makes it difficult to sleep in the summer months. I was told by the reception staff that it is being progressively introduced and that all suites and deluxe bedrooms will have it by September 2004. I suggest that anyone thinking of staying here checks beforehand.

If it were not for the lack or air conditioning, I would award this hotel four stars. Until then, it deserves only three.

Good value, great location

from A TripAdvisor Member
We had a nice stay in the Hilton Green Park - an old hotel that has been given a nice contemporary feel. We were upgraded to a deluxe room which was very nice - slightly odd layout to the room, but again a clean and fresh feel, big bed and good bathroom.

The hotel has also taken note of the a/c complaints, since we had a mobile a/c unit in our room, and a fan. The breakfast buffet which we had included in our rate was great, but the Friday night dinner buffet (also included) not really that worthwhile.

The location is great - central for everything, but on a quiet street so there is little noise. If you are looking for a central, clean hotel with a good breakfast at a decent rate you could do a lot worse than the Green Park.

A little too old

from emerald444
This hotel is very close to central London (15-20 minutes walk to Piccadilly) and Green Park Tube Station (2 minutes). Nothing special to report. The room was small but clean, the bathroom looked dirty, but it was just old. 100% British style.
It is not worth the money you pay.

A great experience....

from A TripAdvisor Member
We loved our stay here. A few minor irritants, but the hotel handled them very well. When we arrived last Saturday, they hadn't upgraded us, but when I requested an upgrade, they obliged to a nice room, but we overlooked the back alleys and there was some noise. I had asked to be moved when possible and the second night they did indeed move us. We were now in a fine suite, room 529, still overlooking the back alleys. But because we were now 5 levels above the ground, there was no noise.

The rooms are stylish, clean, spare design. Comfortable king-size beds, great bathrooms, great water pressure. Breakfast was good.

Breakfast was nice and the bar is probably the most comfortable place we found in our entire UK trip to sit and have a drink. It is spacious with comfortable easy chairs and couches. We sat by a window that we opened for fresh air and it felt wonderful to rest our weary bones with no smoke in a comfortable chair. Now the price of that drink is a bit ridiculous. 8 pounds for a glass of white house wine, translates to almost $15 for a glass of house wine!

I was inclined to put up a fuss about that bill, but the following day they won me over with a very nice gesture. Due to high wine price at the bar, we'd bought a nice inexpensive bottle at a small shop, had drunk half the bottle before we left for the day. Upon returning, the bottle was gone. I called and asked where my bottle of wine had disappeared and they delivered a full bottle of much higher priced wine to the room within minutes. Not a terribly expensive gesture, but the kind of gesture which makes you appreciate a place.

BTW, the location here is perfect. Quiet side street, within a block of Green Park, 1 block to Shepherd Street area behind the hotel which had at least 10 restaurant/pub choices for a nice evening, most of which served outside, 1 block to shop where cheap wine and snacks were available. We were able to easily walk to every sight we wanted to see with the sole exception of the London Tower and the Globe which we accessed by boat.

Top Local Tips for London

Dinner in a bookshop? A little known destination is Waterstones - access from Jermyn Street or Piccadilly. Fifth floor bar and restaurant with terrace. Great food and wine and fabulous views across the city

Gatwick Express Book tickets for train (to and from) for a super fast way from Gatwick Airport to London's Victoria Station--leaves every 15 minutes and takes only 30 minutes. Drive time can top 80-90 minutes. We caught a cab (there are lines) from Victoria to the hotel but you can take the tube.

Summer in the city dining Don't be afraid to stop in to off the beaten track eateries--some of our best meals were on the fly. In summer, especially in London, the weather is quite warm during the day. In the evening it cools off and you'll notice that there are tons of people standing outside the pubs having a drink in little roped off areas. This is because inside the pub it is very hot. Eat outside when possible & people watch while you dine in cool comfort.


Other names for Hilton London Green Park Hotel

  • london hilton
  • hilton london
  • hilton international london
  • Address: Half Moon Street - London - England - W1J 7BN - United Kingdom
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