Temple Lodge Club: Quite Hotels in London



The Temple Lodge Club hotel London won’t appeal to every one however, for those who are looking for a quite hotel in London or simply a hotel that harks back to a time when books where valued more than flat screen TVs and free WIFI, the Temple Lodge Club may be an appealing place to stay.

From a location perspective, the hotel is set up to offer tranquillity.

The establishment is located in a quite part of Hammersmith with a very picturesque part of the River Thames viewable from the bottom of the road.

As for the hotel itself, the hotel occupies a listed Georgian building which also used to be the former residence and studio of Sir Frank Brangwyn. The hotel also has considerable gardens open to guests, a feature not common in the cities hotels.

When it comes to the atmosphere of this hotel expect something completely different to the chain budget hotel. There are not TVs in the hotel, instead rooms come with a selection of books and the hotel has its own library which guest may use. If en-suite facilities important, there are two rooms recently refurbished to suit, otherwise there are shared bathrooms on each floor of the hotel.

In keeping with the theme of tranquillity, food takes on a particularly ethical slant, breakfast including a range of organic and vegetarian options as well as eggs farmed in a “biodynamic” method.

From a price perspective, the hotel is truly budget with the hotels top double room coming in at £92 per night (£67 as a single), including breakfast and en suite facilities. As such, if peace and quite are important to you and all on a budget then consider the Temple Lodge Hotel Hammersmith.

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