The Radisson Blu Edwardian Hampshire hotel, right on Leicester Square, offers five-star London hotel accommodations in an Edwardian building with a luxurious, contemporary interior. The eight-story, classic red brick hotel was originally built to house the 1901 Royal Dental Hospital. Now, its 127 rooms and 23 unique suites feature crushed velvet, marble bathrooms, a truly cross-cultural selection of contemporary art, and great views of London.
A Full-Service Hotel
Among many amenities, Radisson Blu Edwardian Hampshire offers free WiFi, a fitness center, and a business center. Perfect for families, cribs and childcare are available by arrangement. Guests should be sure to have at least one meal at Scoff & Banter, the hotel's restaurant right on Leicester Square, which serves fresh British and Mediterranean cuisine. If weather permits, have breakfast, lunch, or dinner on the restaurant's terrace, one of London's best. A dedicated conference team ensures that functions booked in one of the hotel's meeting rooms go smoothly, while a penthouse suite for VIP functions and weddings makes for a particularly stunning venue. The hotel is wheelchair accessible.
At the Center of London
The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, and Piccadilly Circus are in very short walking distance of the Radisson Blu Edwardian Hampshire hotel. Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey are a slightly longer walk, and three nearby tube stations will take guests anywhere else in London they'd like to go.
We Loved Everything about the Radisson! You can not go wrong, the rooms are gigantic and with real king beds you get the most comfortable night sleep while in London out of anywhere! From the minute you walk in the door, the customer service is absolutely impeccable, they actually care about you, learn about you, remember you and it is so nice to feel that, especially after 12 hours of travelling across 8 time zones to get there. I give this Radisson 5 Stars and Highly Recommend to anyone searching! Cheers, to all the Staff, Liva, Annaise, and Anna for being super friendly! ~ Sammy Tovar
Room was very quiet, despite overlooking Leicester Square. Fabulous location - very central
Bed was too small - needed to be longer & wider!
The courtesy of the staff was very good and one was made to feel nothing was a bother. The room was very comfortable.
There was a fair amount of outside street noise in the room which took a night to get used to.
Very helpful staff also in a fantastic position for restaurants and shows.
The hotel is located right in the centre of London,ideal for theatres and shopping and the staff were particularly friendly and helpful,
Rather expensive !
The service and kind staff.
1. We booked a junior suite with "great view over London" and added to our booking request that this view was of the essence. The junior suite did not have such a view and the staff told us that no junior suite has such a view. Other rooms do. We feel mislead because an important part of the reason why we booked an expensive hotel/room was the view. 2. The hotel did not answer any of our 3 e-mails over a period of 2 months. 3. We called the hotel in order to double check our reservation. The reservation was not found and the hotel would call us back. They did not so we had to call them back.
For those that wish to make the most of going out in London during the evening, the hotel is the ideal location.Staff were very welcoming, at time a little too much.
excellent staff, very keen to please
building work very noisy, breakfast expensive
Location was excellent
Rooms were not up to usual Radisson standards, Rooms were very small, bed was too short for tall people.
the lifts were awful
There was a queue for breakfast. Also it was difficult to understand the English spoken by the staff.