- Very Good
- 3 guest reviews
"I never stayed in this kind of accomodation before ( which i would term - Very prestigious self catering) The only comment i have on it is t..."
"The position could not havebeen more central. Parking was very secure but they should mak it clear that anything bigger than a Smart car wil..."
"Relaxing place to stay after busy time in London. Nice area close to St Pauls with lots to do in walking distance...."
About the hotel
The King`s Wardrobe is within easy walking distance of the City`s financial centre and enjoys close proximity to numerous theatres, restaurants and bars. The King`s Wardrobe is a prestigious development comprising of 69 studio, one-, two, and three-bedroom apartments, located in a quiet courtyard just behind St Paul`s Cathedral. It offers comfort, space and privacy in an informal yet professional atmosphere.
Only a short tube or taxi ride away awaits London`s buzzing West End area, where many bars and restaurants are located. Alternatively, why no take in a film or show in Covent Garden, home to the National Opera House. On the South Bank of the River Thames are situated the Royal Festival Hall, the IMAX Cinema Complex, the London Eye (Millennium Wheel) and the Tate Modern gallery. IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please note that photo ID matching the name on the credit card used to book with is required upon arrival. If the card holder is not present, then the property will require another method of payment from the guest staying with us.
- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout, 24 Hour Reception, Cots available, Safety Deposit Box, Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room, Hairdryer in each room, Iron And Board In Each Room, Telephone In Each Room, Concierge, Laundry/Valet Service, Wake Up Call Available, Porter, Ground floor bedrooms, Lift to all floors
- Car parking available onsite
- Wi-Fi Available, In-room Broadband, Wi-Fi Available In Rooms
- In Room Entertainment
- Video/DVD Player, TV, Satellite TV, Radio
- CD Player
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- Up to 10 years old
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
THE JOY OF FREEDOM ( AS OPPOSED TO A HOTEL STAY)
I never stayed in this kind of accomodation before ( which i would term - Very prestigious self catering) The only comment i have on it is that although this was only my first experience of this sort of break i really hope i wont be my last.
Usually, when in London i pick a costly hotel ( or one which i think is cheaper but, like last year- i ended up in Enfeld- which is a desperately harrowing area of London) We can't always afford posh hotel rates-not to mention the fact that, with two fussy eaters in the family - one a vegetarian and the other just having to be really careful what she eats and who knows best how to cook meals to suit her herself- meaning that hotel breakfasts and meals often don't suit us we normally are forced to compromise. But this time 'The Kings Wardrobe' popped up on my screen and at £150.00 a night, (£50-00 each for me and my two grown up kids) we saved fortunes, and still landed ourselves in a brilliant, very pleasant part of London, with loads of NICE cafes and shops so we could self cater- to our own requirements, or eat out if we saw a particularly homely place-- one of which i can recommend is JOEs Cafe near the Cathedral which has just been opened three weeks and is really hospitable and does lovely meals, snacks and drinks and stays open till really late...The area itself is a quiet , very historical area being near to St Paul's cathedral. Covent Garden, and everywhere that we love about London - Even the place itself had a fascinating history - and the first and last night there was a very helpful - receptionist who went out of his way to help me, make us feel welcome and he even found some good ways of saving us money while we were there.
The Kings wardrobe was an 'epic' four day break. I am hoping to go to Venice in the next couple of months and i am looking to find out if bridge street also have accommodation there, in which case we will be using them, not a hotel, and if that proves as pleasant as the one we just had in London-- Bridge street from then on, in...
Wardrobe is Appropriate
The position could not havebeen more central.
Parking was very secure but they should mak it clear that anything bigger than a Smart car will have difficulty getting in. Other than that, clean, warm and quiet.