I was sent to what were really apartment rooms across the road from reception.
It was average at the price although the bed was advertised as king size but wasn't by my interpretation of bed sizing.
Bedroom and shower were upstairs and the layout a bit tight for space.
Downstairs living area was useful.
It was a comfortable stay. Slight issue about the sensor lighting in the hallway: it came on as soon as you walk into the hallway to get to the toilet/kitchen from the room. This was very bright and glaring. There was nothing you could do about it unless you take the card out to cut off the electric to the lighting but then you won't have any light at all if you need to go to the toilet at night.
It was OK. Staff quite friendly and understanding but the radiators can be so hot they would cause serious injury/damage! A health and safety concern for sure, but if you and the kids are careful then it's tolerable. The noise form the street is almost as if people are with you in the room.
It is quite close to everything: Paddington station, Hyde park, buses, shops, restaurants... Kitchenette is a really nice touch which came in handy as we heated up lunch and made tea. So a good value for money I think
The Dylan House Apart Hotel is located in a Victorian town house, built in the 1800's, and situated in the heart of London's …More
" Hotel is in the intersection of two major roads"
The hotel is very clean and modernly furnished. It is in good location. It has many restaurants around and is close to underground subway and buses. The only drew back is it could be a bit noisy at night time from the traffic.
The place is good for the money and close to several tube stations so easy to go wherever you want to go. Not really close to major attactions and neighborhood is safe, but not pretty. I was comfortable walking the neighborhood alone, but my wife who is not a world traveler was nervous. Try not to get the room on the 1st floor. That room is smaller and noisier. There is some onsite staff during the day who can help you with minor needs. Don't expect a full service four star hotel. This is more of a do it yourself type apartment.
Great hotel, helpful staff, fantastic location. Stayed in the 3 bedroom w/ 2 baths - more than enough space for family of 5. Rooms were clean, modern and serviced each day. Staff was wonderful & helped to arrange everything incl r/t Heathrow Airport travel. In the heart of everything, easy walk to Oxford Circus Tube, to Piccadilly Circus and everything else beyond. Although right in the hustle, bustle of Oxford/Bond Streets, it is a very quiet hotel. Marks & Spencer Market nearby so that you can stock the cabinets & eat in if you choose. Great alternative to the "big hotels" - you feel like you have your own London flat w/ staff.
"Good short-let apartment close to Paddington Stati"
This is a nice apartment/flat in a very quiet square off Sussex Gardens, very close to Paddington. Check-in is not at the flat so this was somewhat inconvenient for a traveller on foot, but the staff went out of their way to help me and my very heavy luggage up 5 flights of stairs. The flat was warm, the facilities were good. The bed could have been a bit better but it was OK. I appreciated the extra trouble taken by the staff.