Lord Jim Hotel Review

LORD JIM HOTEL
July 31, 2015 – 03:59 pm

Lord Jim Hotel Review Hotel Review of Lord Jim Hotel England | Review England Hotels

An attractive and well appointed hotel in Earls Court, situated in a quiet, tree lined street, cosy and moderately priced. The neighbourhood is picturesque and cheerful and has a cosmopolitan atmosphere. Earls Court Station, is just three minutes walk away, while Olympia, Earls Court Exhibition Halls and Museums are within easy reach. Free wireless internet access is available in the public areas. The hotel has a lift which provides easy access to all floors. This hotel is completely non smoking The hotel offers a range of rooms to suit your needs. Single, double, triple and quad rooms are available all with ensuite facilities. All of the rooms are tastefully furnished and come with colour television, tea and coffee making facilities telephone and hairdryers. Access to the internet is available by Wireless connection which are free of charge. Lord Jim hotel can be reached by taking the train to Earls Court underground station then exit onto Earls Court road turn right then take the first right which is Penywern Road where the hotel is placed on the left hand side of the street. By road take the M4 to London turn left onto Earls Court road then take the 4th left which again is Penywern Road

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Check In: 2:00 PM Check Out: 10:30 AM Year of Last Renovation: 2012 Floors: 4 Rooms: 50 Non Smoking Rooms: 50 Handicap Rooms: Room Windows: Windows Do Open Cleaning Frequency: Daily Dist. to Food/Bars: 0.3 Mi Dist. to Nearest Gym:
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