Radisson Edwardian Vanderbilt Hotel

27 Reviews

Star Travel Rating

4/5

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Accommodation

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Date of travel

Jan, 2012

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Travelled with

Adult family

Reasons for trip

Culture / Sightseeing

The Radisson Vanderbilt Hotel is situated in South Kensington and is only minutes away from the Royal Albert Hall. The hotel is a warren of Edwardian passageways and polished wood, leather chairs and good service. Finding your room for the first time can be a daunting task and verges on annoyance. The room itself was clean comfortable and quiet, I had requested a twin room and it was on the second floor. The room was at the front of the hotel and overlooked the main road. Breakfast was a buffet which had a huge selection and waiters served tea and coffee, times allowed a weekend lie in (7.30 till 10). The Times newspapers were left on low coffee tables and deep leather settees encouraged you to linger read and chat. The hotel is everything you would expect and the location is very convienient with a tube station just across the road. Prices range from £45.00 pppn but weekend are more expensive and breakfast is extra.

Christine Reid

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