Twenty Nevern Square Hotel

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Twenty Nevern Square Hotel

, London
4 star

Rooms: 16

20 Nevern Square - London - England - SW5 9PD - United Kingdom Hotel Website | | 44 02075659555
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Great Quiet Townhouse Hotel

from LMC_77
We stayed 3 nights midweek at the start of April 2006 and were pleasently surprised by the hotel. On arrival we were allocated a brand new room (the hotel seems to be expanding into neighbouring random spaces), which was in the basement under the breakfast room. The room (no. 3) was quite swish with a new style four poster bed, though we had only paid £90 per night for a 'delux double' directly through the hotel. It had a 3/4 length bath and seperate powerful shower in the bathroom. We were pretty pleased. The room was a little dark for our liking, but was very private.

The next morning we heard a fair amount of noise from the neighbouring kitchen and could hear footsteps from the breakfast room above (though we are light sleepers), but the staff on reception were very helpful and found us an alternative room without question. We ended up being upgraded to a lovely four poster room opposite reception (Room 4) with no extra charge, which was fairly peaceful. We were impressed.

The staff at reception were helpful during our stay and the continental breakfast included in the room rate was good (though if you want a large selection of pastry/bread etc, you might be disappointed) and satisfied us.

To summarise - a very good deal for a nice double room in a quiet square in central London. We would consider staying again next time we visit London.

Mixed experience

from drakey
We stayed at 20 Nevern Square for 2 nights last weekend. We had a good rate of £90 per room per night thru Late Rooms.

In my booking I requested a space in the advertised Hotel Car Park (£20 per night) as we could not take the train due to industrial action and the lack of availability from Cornwall. I did receive a call to say they would sort this out.

On arrival I was told the carpark was full and I could park at Homebase 5 - 10 mins walk away. Beatrice (the very helpful receptionist) got a porter to help me find somewhere close by - but to no avail. I was not happy with this and eventually the manager booked me in to the hotel K & K George to park which fortunately we did.

The bedroom (room 10 on 2nd floor) was probably the smallest room I have ever stayed in. However it was immaculately clean and beautifully decorated. The marble bathroom was also immaculate with bath/shower and toilet.

Breakfast was a superb continental buffet with everything cooked fresh and very tasty. There is a full english available for £9, which some people had and again looked great, but we did not need it as the continental buffet was great.

We were 2 mins from Earls Court Road (try Benito's Italian Diner - awesome tasty food and amazingly friendly service at incredibly cheap prices) and 12 minutes walk from London Olympia - so very convenient.

On balance, I think we would stay there again - provided we could have a different room and the same parking arrangements.


from Vikki07
Stayed here for two nights. Nevern Square is within 3 minutes of Earls Court tube, but very genteel and quiet. Check-in was very straightforward, having booked direct by phone at the rate of £109 for a four poster room. The staff were welcoming and helpful. Every dealing with them was pleasant.

Decor throughout is beautiful. Our room was luxurious, warm, very clean, and well equipped. Despite its location directly opposite reception it wasn't noisy. Gilchrist & Soames toiletries, bathrobe, thick towels, plus the complimentary apple! Hot drinks delivered to the room whenever requested were a lovely touch. We managed fine for space, and it was good to have a CD player and digital TV.

Meant to have the full english breakfast, but the continental was so enticing we didn't need to. Fresh fruit salad, and the pain au chocolate are unmissable.

Nice looking bistro cafe, and a small lounge with fire burning. A very enjoyable break and will definitely go back.

Very pleased with our stay

from A TripAdvisor Member
Our stay at Nevern Square was a comfortable one. Our room was small, but pleasant with a stairway leading up to the room. The bathroom was in perfect condition and looked brand new.
I particularly liked the decor of the whole place, all dark wood and warm colours. Breakfast was a treat - croissants, fruit and yoghurt were such a nice change from the usual bacon-beans-and-eggs breakfast you´re usually served in the UK.

Staff members were friendly although a bit impersonal, but I guess that´s London. Yes, rooms were small but again, that´s typical of London hotels and I´ve seen much worse.

Nevern Square is on a quiet street facing a small square so no traffice noise here. There´s a five minute walk to Earl´s Court tube station.

Would definetely stay here again.

Delightful hotel, great value and location

from cherry-street
We loved our stay; our twin room was smallish, but cozy, extremely clean and functional. The breakfast is good and the staff was absolutely the best - helpful in every way. The location is less than a block to the subway line to Heathrow and anything in London. My only warning would be to avoid a room in the basement - you can hear every footstep in the lobby up above. When requested, we were immediately moved.

Style and good price

from Zaubie
This is an excellent hotel for the style and price on offer. Not far from the train station, the staff are friendly and helpful, the rooms are small but elegant and clean, and if you are looking for great value this is the place. Can get a little hot in the summer months, however.

Great value

from Bob1949
Booked two nights at twenty nevern square after good reviews on trip advisor. Got a very good rate through 'bookings' and wasn't disappointed. Reserved a four poster room as reviews said these were larger. Room was fairly compact but more than adequate and there were nice touches like bottles of water in the bathroom and a large fresh apple each day. The staff at the hotel couldn't do enough to help and were polite, friendly and attentive. The inclusive breakfast was very good and freshly brewed coffee was available free of charge throughout the day. A cosy, small bar area with comfortable sofas and a fire was welcoming and drinks were fairly priced. Within walking distance of High Street Kensington and a two minute walk to Earl's Court tube, the location is excellent. No complaints whatsoever for the price paid and if we found a good price on the internet again for twenty nevern square, we would have no hesitation in snapping it up. Well recommended!

Delightful, clean exceptionally well run

from hktrav
Only the room size stopped me from giving this very well run and very clean hotel an 'excellent'. We stayed in room 15 (overlooking the square) which clearly was formerly one large room but now divided. Consequently, the double size bed (next size down from a queen size) was alongside the wall - annoying when needing to get out of bed during the night. Also, so as to have a reading light, we moved the wall table & lamp to behind the bedhead. The bathroom was small but v clean & well lit. Had we arrived earlier or certainly were we to stay longer, we would have requested a larger room.
It looked like the hotel has had a recent spruce up.
Decor is tasteful: plain silk, well lined floor length curtains and generally of Far Eastern design. The windows open - hurrah ! There is a comfortable lounge area with fire (was lit when we went down for breakfast), delightful conservatory dining area + bar. Very good breakfast, ditto service. Best fruit cocktail ever. 2 very nice touches, free freshly made and delicious coffee & tea served in the lounge & 2 bottles of water for us in the bathroom.
Thoughtful, high quality service all round.

Good service, but small rooms

from A TripAdvisor Member
I styed here for 3 nights, I followed prevous reveiwers and asked for a larger room, however the double I was allocated was tiny with barely enough room to walk around the bed, it wasn't till my wife joined me we were moved into room 4, a large four poster room. The weather when I stayed was warm and with no climate controls in the room it was difficult to get a flow of air through the room, even with the windows open.
The staff were very helpful and curtious and the continental breakfasts were both substantial and fresh.
I would stay again but insist on a larger room.


from A TripAdvisor Member
The hotel staff are friendly and the breakfast is good. I found that the rooms were small although i guess thats what you should expect from a townhouse. Also the bathrooms were very small. Overall it was fine but I expected more for the amount we paid. As have stayed at much nicer hotels for less.

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  • Address: 20 Nevern Square - London - England - SW5 9PD - United Kingdom
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