Finding a good quality hotel in a good location in London that isn't ridiculously overpriced and full of unnecessary charges is HARD, trust me, I'm talking from hours of experience trawling the internet for decent deals. There have been many instances over the last couple of years where I've needed to book a hotel in central, for either work, romantic get aways or the need to have somewhere near by to stay after a tipsy night out.
Anyway, I think I now may have found my go-to - Every Hotels. I was recently invited to stay shortly after they opened their doors and wanted to share my thoughts on it!
The first thing I want to mention is the location - it could not be more perfect for those wanting to explore the city more. It's located right on the corner of Leicester Square and a 2 min walk from Piccadilly station. My room overlooked on to M&M world and Trocadero but was still really quiet from our 5th floor room.
Secondly - free wifi and FREE MINI BAR!! This was what I was most excited about to be honest - I love hotel mini-bars but always steer clear because they charge you a bomb, but the contents of these are completely free. For those that prefer their caffeine in hot form, there is also a Nepresso machine with complimentary coffee pods which Andrew (who joined me on the visit) took full advantage of.
Thirdly - the bed. Oh my, the bed. It was the biggest bed I have ever slept in in my life. If Andrew and I laid out on opposite sides of the bed, we could reach out and not even touch each other which meant I could starfish happily all night (see proof here!).
Other perks: The hotel also has a small gym (with complimentary branded earphones and water), a bar and restaurant which serves pizza, burgers and the like (which was okay - not incredible, I'd prefer to pop out to one of the restaurants in Soho) but the hot buffet breakfast on the other hand was delicious and I had seconds of sausages, hash browns, eggs and beans!
You can check out the hotel's website for more details and booking here! I really enjoyed my stay overall and would thoroughly recommend to those who are looking for an affordable hotel with benefits in central!
What's your go to London hotel?