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The Caesar Hotel Oct 16, 2009
Wow, i love the feel and look of this hotel. Very chic, urban, and modern. Quite fashionable indeed. For a low price of 100 GBP, you can have your own closet. Yes the single room i got for that price was extremely tight. The whole room was a single bed and maybe a 2 foot walking path beside it, I had to step over my suitcase on the floor to get to the bathroom. However, the clean design makes the tight room feel somewhat manageable and makes me feel artsy when I'm in the place. The location is a bit of a walk to a nearby tube station, and Taxi's aren't always waiting at your doorstep, so not quite prime real estate for the walking individual, however, the abundance of Aston's and Bentley's parked along the surrounding streets made the 20 minute walks to the tube more than enjoyable. The great design and clean feel of the hotel (along with the car porn) made up for the extremely small room.
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The Caesar Hotel London Aug 15, 2007
It was my first trip to London, when we stayed at the Caesar Hotel.
But as many people told me that London would have tons of crappy, and very old hotels, i wanted to get an acceptable room. I really payed attention to find something with clean rooms, clean beds, and which isn't that far away from the center.
The Caesar fullfilled my expectations.
The price was a little bit high, but it was still ok.
The Lobby looked very classy, a nice modern decor, and so was the dining room. The floor outside our bedroom, was a little bit messed up, it looked old,... but the our bedroom was very fine. A little bit small, but i think that's almost the standard in london city. nothing to really worry about.
The breakfast could have been better. we had a regular continental breakfast, which of course wasn't as impressive as the english breakfast, for which one you had to pay a supplement.
The railway station was only 2 blocks away. In the same streets, were plenties of shops, restaurants, pizza hut, and a shopping mall.
Actually the Caesar was a good hotel, compared to other london hotels, of which i've heard lots of adventurous stories. It takes like 10-15 minutes to reach the picadilly circus (off peak hours), so it's still in a good (and pretty safe) area.
Bayswather and Peddington are the closests subwaystations to the hotel.
Part of the London 2006 travel blog
The Caesar Hotel London Overview
The Caesar is a 4-star London hotel located in the heart of the city in the quiet residential area of Queens Gardens. Victorian styling enhances the property nestled in a row of white Georgian townhouses.
The Caesar is only 15 miles from the London Heathrow Airport, a short ride on the Heathrow Express train. Underground stations located nearby include the Lancaster Gate Station, providing easy access to the entire city.
140 designer bedrooms have been recently renovated to offer coffee and cream décor, recessed, blue-lighted headboards, and hardwood floors. Bathrooms are accented with white tile and granite countertops.
Easy access to Hyde Park, Oxford Street, and Portobello Road offer plenty of things for visitors to do. The onsite bar and restaurant offer international cuisine, and the XO Restaurant features modern chrome accents and abstract paintings on display.
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