- 34 guest reviews
"Used the hotel as an alternative to a travel inn as local travel inn was asking to much. I found the staff friendly and helpful. Definitely..."
"Great budget hotel and customer services. Perfect for students for students or anyone needing a cheap place to stay...."
"Overall good value..."
"Good room and breakfast at an excellent price. Staff very helpful and friendly...."
"Good for a late booking, it was just what I was looking for...."
About the hotel
This budget style hotel offers the weary traveller a very comfortable and affordable location to explore London, without being in its busy centre. The Queen's Hotel London is set in this Victorian, double fronted building - you walk through a beautiful flower garden to the main entrance. The Queens Hotel is excellent for sightseeing and shopping, close to London Zoo, Regents Park, trendy Camden Town, historical Highgate, Hampstead Heath and many more attractions.
The Hotel is located within five minutes walk of Tufnell Park Station, which is less than two miles from mainline stations King Cross and King Cross St. Pancras Stations. In the Queen's Hotel London, all rooms have colour television, tea & coffee making facilities, central heating and all have been recently refurbished to a good standard. Most rooms are also en-suite with a private shower and toilet. The Queens Hotel is open 24 hours a day, everyday. If you are looking for budget accommodation close to the city of London you need to look no further.
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59% would recommend it to a friend
Quality of room very poor,neglected in desperate need of a revamp.understood that basic twin roo.
When making booking but very dissatisfied. Very glad booked for only one now night. However receptionist on arrival was very helpful and pleasant.
Too noisy for a good night's sleep
Good points - Only 15 mins walk to the hotel through a safe residential neighborhood from Kentish Town station, and also near The Forum venue where we were going to a gig.
Nice restaurants in Kentish Town and Camden. The hotel staff were friendly and reception staffed 24/7 so the entrance felt secure. Bad points - Booked a double ensuite but on arrival we were given a triple ensuite. I mentioned this and the member of staff said they'd had to 'change some rooms around because we're fully booked', which didn't really explain anything. Our room was downstairs (basement level), right next to a communal bathroom (so it felt a bit pointless that we'd paid extra for an ensuite) and across the hall from the breakfast room and kitchen. We could hear so much noise, everybody walking up/down stairs, going to use the communal bathroom, creaking floorboards and loud voices talking upstairs and early in the morning loud voices of the staff cooking breakfast and people eating in the dining room. We did not sleep a wink and spent the whole time whispering as we could hear so much from outside our room we knew anyone nearby would be able to hear us. The room itself was a good size, was relatively clean although everything (bed, sheets/towels, furniture, decoration) pretty old and needing to be replaced or maintenance done. There was an unpleasant dirty mark on the ceiling above the main bed, where someone had squished some bug and it's remains not cleaned (yuck!). The ensuite toilet/shower room was windowless and a bit dark and dank, it had obviously suffered mouldy walls so had been bleached thoroughly meaning in stank so heavily of bleach it was difficult to actually go in there to use the toilet shower as I thought I might faint from the bleach fumes. I didn't actually try using the shower for this reason, my husband did though and said it worked fine although the shower door wouldn't close properly. Overall - For an affordable (£70) overnight stay including breakfast in London the Queens hotel is OK. I probably wouldn't come back here again, and wouldn't recommend it to friends. If you're not really bothered about sleep and you're going to a gig at the Forum, it's a great location for that. Also I did like the 24/7 reception and friendly man on the desk, it does make the hotel seem more secure than ones we've stayed at before that don't have 24/7 staffed reception.