We stayed at the Grange St. Paul's for 6 nights. We were treated like royalty. Sincerely welcomed upon arrival, we were made to feel that it was a genuine expression by everyone on the staff for the entire time of our stay. At checkout, I was made to feel that our choice of Grange St. Paul's was deeply appreciated by the receptionist. If we return to London, we will surely want to stay at the Grange St. Paul's.
Traveller from Northport, Alabama
The Grange St. Paul’s Hotel comprises of 400 luxurious appointed suites, bedrooms & penthouse featuring the very latest …More
Read reviews here and on tripadvisor as usual and we as a family decided to stay at the Grange Tower Hill Hotel, it was not our first choice to be honest but now that we did it was a GREAT choice of hotels.
The hotel is within a few minutes walking distance to the Tower Bridge and the Tower or London it's also very close to the underground Tower Hill station and many bus stops. The area where the hotel sits is quiet and very nice at night as most tourist do when you visit a city such as London we walked the area searching for places to eat near the hotel. There are very many places to eat, right next to the hotel was out favorite breakfast spot that for 12 pounds all three of us had a very good breakfast including orange juice and coffee, you can't beat it. There are also very many restaurants within 10 minutes walking distance from the hotel, from Pubs to Italian to Chinese you name it it's close by.
The hotel is very clean and the air conditioning in our room was the best of any hotels we have ever been, everyone was pleasant and helpful with any questions we had.
If you are looking for a clean, great Wifi, great air conditioning and within walking distance to very nice restaurants and the underground this is a really good place to stay.
Traveller from Miami, FL
Situated in the centre of London s financial district with easy and quick access to the delights of the West End and business …More
Hotel is very stylish and has some amazing venues on site. Neighborhood has a ton of great shops, restaurants and street art. The only drawback is if you have a street facing room it's pretty loud at night. It does quiet down but we had a couple evenings where we were in bed at midnight and needed to drown out the sound with earplugs.
We booked one night here on 15/08/2015 for my birthday as we were going to see a matinee performance Hamlet at the Barbican Theatre. The welcome we got was perfect as we were given club lounge access and free breakfast as a birthday gift. The staff we met were without exception superb in terms of their helpfulness, friendliness and courteousness. My wife is unsteady in walking so the bell boy (without our asking) took us by a route which involved no stairs. Our accommodation was a basic room (and not expensive for London) but was decorated and equipped to a very high standard. The club lounge facilities were just what we needed before our very short walk to the Barbican. We ate in the hotels Jugged Hare restaurant which whilst a little pricey (again not for London) was good if a little noisy but the staff again being particularly pleasant.
The Business District's rich history encompasses dozens of ancient churches and monuments, the atmospheric Inns of Court, the Museum of London, and the Tower of London. Convenient for business travellers, it offers top quality lunchtime dining and historic pubs.