Just returned from a great trip to London. On my last night I stayed at The Zetter Townhouse. As a result of my indecisions it was a last minute decision to stay there. But I’m very glad I did. On this trip I was travelling with my daughter Josephine
The Zetter Townhouse is a part of the Zetter Hotel, but its has its own décor which is old English style and usually not my cup of tea, but I must say it actually works for the Zetter. Townhouse
Pre arrival communication /Booking
This booking was made last minute through the hotels PR agency, and was a smooth process.
Arrival – check in
Quick and easy and the hotel manager helped us with our luggage when she took us to the room. The hotel is very personal in all areas.
Upgrade from pre booked room
No as we booked the last room available – we got the room we booked.
The hotel staff
Very helpful and attentive. They went out of their way to give us a pleasant stay.
Worked out in all areas as well as the room
We had a nice welcome with fresh strawberries and a little card to get a drink in the very famous hotel bar. It´s was lovely
Fresh water in the room on arrival
Comfortable but a little small for my taste, but again it was a small room so naturally the bed was small. Not a problem as I was travelling with Josephine but in the future when I go with friends. I will book a larger room.
For a shorts stay it was great.
I didn´t have time to read, but there was a big selection of books next to the bed
A really nice selection of ( for us) unusually treats and sweets. Josephine was tempted to try out everything but she managed to get control.
The breakfast was served in the main building at the Zetter Hotel and was quite nice. We had a dish from the hot menu, and took some croissants and fruits from the small delicious buffet.
As we were meeting my sister for dinner we didn’t get a chance to try out the hotel menu, but as we left by 7PM the bar was buzzing, and I actually think it’s worth a visit.
I love the Clerkenwell area. It’s local but still central and close to everything. With just a few tube stops from central London, you are in a much more quiet and greener area. You can walk by the river, visit a small park or go to Exmouth Market, which has a lot of different restaurants to offer. Something for every taste
I loved the place, and I’m going to pay the new Zetter hotel in Marylebone a visit as soon as I get the chance.
Will I be back?
Yes I would love to.
Wanna check it out for yourself? Go visit their website here.