|Distance to city center||0.5 mi|
|Nearest Airport||London All airports|
|Distance to airport||0.2 mi|
|"Great hotel and great location."||(in 117 reviews)|
|"Reception area nice, great location."||(in 219 reviews)|
|"The room was excellent."||(in 104 reviews)|
|"The view was awful - a brick wall."||(in 12 reviews)|
|beautiful hotel||in 185 reviews|
|brick wall||in 27 reviews|
|comfy bed||in 89 reviews|
|free mini||in 9 reviews|
|great location||in 314 reviews|
|great room||in 230 reviews|
|london eye||in 83 reviews|
|mini bar||in 55 reviews|
|outside window||in 6 reviews|
|room service||in 18 reviews|
|room with a view||in 321 reviews|
|service charge||in 13 reviews|
|staff were friendly||in 309 reviews|
|terrace bar||in 47 reviews|
|trafalgar square||in 6 reviews|
|view of the thames||in 60 reviews|
|view room||in 135 reviews|
Best Hotel ever
Beautiful hotel in an excellent location & very historical Staff are wonderful, great breakfast & we had a room facing the Thames & the London Eye.
Nothing, all was perfect!
Royal Horseguards A Treat
The room was very nice and quite comfortable. The staff was very attentive and accommodating.
Good service Great location
Breakfast buffet same everyday. Not much selection for 5 star luxury hotel. I stayed 13 nights and every morning same small selection of breakfast. There should be a lot more selection .
Elegant, helpful, and very well located
Location is perfect for the theater district. Staff is very friendly and accommodating indeed. Hotel is very elegant, a bit formal. Could be intimidating for a tourist from the US west.
Got a good room rate, but drinks, tea, and breakfast were as expensive as you'd expect from a 5 star central London hotel. We ended up changing our room twice -- the first time at the suggestion of the bellman, because it didn't have any view. The second room had a view but was way smaller than the other, and had no bath tub. We were moved a third time at our request and got a wonderful room (but without a river view). The staff made both moves very easy indeed.
Great location and friendly and helpful staff
The rooms were comfortable and we had a lovely view of the river and the lighted ferris wheel. The staff were courteous, professional, and responsive. The location is great. The concierge was quite helpful. Breakfast was great but if we had not obtained a good price including breakfast, the a la carte cost of adding on breakfast would not have been worth it. The hotel is lovely and we hope to stay there again.
For about half of our stay the hotel telephone system was not working. The sink in one of our rooms was quite high and uncomfortable for our elder and short relative.
Overall stay was very comfortable except there was a very loud wedding party on Saturday night that didn't end till past 1:00am, but the hotel gave me a very generous discount for that night. Would also have liked more overhead lighting because the atmosphere in the room was rather dim!
Service and staff were exceptional. Made us feel special and very welcome.
Hotel is very well located - 50 meters to Embankment Tube, walking distance to Covent Garden, Taffalgar Square. Service was great. Room was very nice and comfortable with heated bathroom floors, but no views to speak of. Would definitely stay here again. Great deal at $250US pricepoint.
History and luxury go together like tea and scones at The Royal Horseguards, a five star member of Historic Hotels Worldwide. A bad room doesn't exist at this hotel, but the best are on the higher floors, with beautiful views of the Thames River. In the Lap of Luxury The Royal Horseguards' 281 guestrooms feature Victorian-meets-contemporary decor, and are well-equipped with luxury amenities, including bathrooms with heated floors, Elemis toiletries, iPod docks, complimentary Wi-Fi, and multiple flat-screen televisions - including one in the bathroom. Dining at The Royal Horseguards is an excellent proposition, with options including the award-winning One Twenty One Two Restaurant, al fresco dining on the Terrace, and a cozy lounge for guests to take traditional British afternoon tea. The Equus Bar serves cocktails named for the hotel's most famous former guests, like Winston Churchill and George Bernard Shaw. Additional facilities include 24-hour business and fitness centers. Overlooking the London Eye The Royal Horseguards occupies a prestigious location on the Thames in central London. Some of the city's best attractions are within a mile of the hotel, including Buckingham Palace, Picadilly Circus, trendy Soho, the National Gallery, Leicester Square, Covent Gardens, and the London Eye. The Royal Horseguards is also convenient to public transit, with the Embankment tube station and Charing Cross train station each within a 5 minute walk.
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