- 211 guest reviews
"Liked the style of the room, very period. Only 5 minutes walk from the tube station, which is very handy. Breakfast was served at the room,..."
"Not your average London hotel... could do with a few improvements here and there (as we've just experienced London's hottest ever July day h..."
"Satisfied. Good value for money. Helpful receptionist. Quiet room. Close to bus services...."
"We stayed in the Indian Summer room, which has the best creative use of a very small space I've ever seen. HOWEVER, it also has the worst th..."
"This is cheap hotel in central London so I did not expect much. If anything I was pleasantly surprised, and quite liked it. The staff were f..."
About the hotel
The Pavilion Hotel is a small funky laid back townhouse Hotel in central London ideal for artistically minded clientele. All the 30 rooms have been designed to project a funky and glamorous image. Many are themed and have names such as "Honky Tonky Afro" a tribute to the 1970's and "Casablanca Nights" a deco inspired Moorish fantasy.
"Better Red than Dead" is a voluptuous symphony of vermilion, claret and crimson and "Enter the Dragon" a mystical cocktail of oriental treasures. Other rooms have equally exotic names. All rooms have small en-suite bathrooms, satellite TV’s with DVD/CD and direct dial telephones. The Hotel has become extremely popular with the fashion, music, T. V and film industries. Supermodels, Oscar winning actors, famous musicians and T. V stars have all visited the walls of the Pavilion. If you're looking for something different and glam, then the Pavilion is definitely for you. The Hotel is extremely photogenic and has also become a popular location for photo/ fashion shoots by photographers such as Mario Testino who shot at the Hotel for British Vogue. It's also regularly used for T. V filming, music videos and celebrity interviews. Location: HOTEL ROOM'S AT THE PAVILION HOTEL (with room themes) CASABLANCA NIGHTS. . . (MORROCAN). . . TWIN The Hotel is situated in a convenient Central London location, within walking distance of Hyde Park, Marble Arch, Paddington Station, Oxford Street (London’s main shopping street), Madame Tussards (Famous waxworks museum),and the Edgware Road (full of restaurants and cafes).
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- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
- Hotel services
- 24 Hour Reception, Concierge, Wake Up Call Available
- Car parking available onsite
- Wi-Fi Available, Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas, Wi-Fi Available In Rooms
- In room entertainment
- Video/DVD Player, TV, Satellite TV, [Channels] News, [Channels] Movies (Free)
- In room facilities
- Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room, Hairdryer in each room, Telephone In Each Room
- Ground floor bedrooms
- Breakfast to go
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- Until 12:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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61% would recommend it to a friend
Horrible need's alot of improvement!!! Not worth 3*
We stayed here for 1night payed for a double room but received a single room hardly any space to move around but that was nothing compared to the horrible stench through out the hotel it absolutely wreaked to the point I had headache and felt sick and my husband was actually sick through the night..!!.
We stayed in the Indian summer room bed was creakey and mattress was horrible springs poking through the most uncomfortable night I could even imagine..I've stayed in BB's in Blackpool better then this hotel!!!
An interesting experience!
This is probably the wackiest hotel I have ever stayed in.
All rooms have their own themes which does make it interesting. There was not much room in the bedroom area and to have breakfast meant perching your tray on your knee whilst sitting on the bed. It consisted of a cereal, a croissant and a bun. There was no cup for drinking in the room although there was a kettle with not enough cable to reach the socket. It would not be suitable for any other than a couple of nights.