The Pavilion Hotel London: Unusual Cheap Hotels in London

The Pavilion Hotel London offers guests 30 individually decorated rooms in a variety of eccentric styles within a short walking distance of the Hyde Park district. As such, the Pavilion Hotel Hyde Park is the perfect budget alternative to getting a hotel room in one of London’s most affluent areas.

While hotel rooms may not be described as luxury, and many may be referred to as “cosy” all rooms come with private bathrooms and television, internet access is also available.

For those staying at the hotel, the hotels history and guest list may be as impressive as the individually stylised rooms themselves.

The hotel has a colourful guest history including Brian Ferry and Duran Duran and more recently Courtney Pine and Kate Moss. The hotel has even banded Pete Docherty from the premises on account of a previous room trashing incident at the hotel.

When it comes to breakfast, guests may choose to take a continental breakfast in their rooms or pop down to the dining room for a more filling “full English”.

Double rooms are available for bang on the £100 mark however, at £50 per person including continental breakfast this makes the hotel seem like a bargain given the location and unique nature of the establishment.

As such, the Pavilion Hotel Hyde Park is a hotel for those who want a truly unusual hotel on a budget. If standardised amenities and a clinical feel are what you seek then don’t stay here, it’s not for you. If however, staying in a truly unique hotel which offers both history and individually stylised rooms is important and all one a shoe string, this is the hotel for you.

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