Welcome to London, the financial center of the world and the largest city in Europe. The Best Western Greater London Hotel is located within M25 and is 15 minutes away from the center of London via train or tube. This hotel is newly built in 2013 with the intention of providing the best comfort and satisfaction to the guests. We are ten minutes away from the ExCel London exhibition center and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Village by car. The hotel is based in the Ilford town center opposite the train station and just a few steps away from the shopping complex. Ilford was announced as the fastest-growing tourist destination in Europe by Trip Advisor®. The hotel is beautifully decorated with crystal chandeliers, Roman pillars, a Chesterfield Sofa Lounge and an air conditioned reception area gives the impression of elite, class and sophistication.
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Pets may be accepted. Please contact the hotel directly for full details.
This cafe is open to the general public and offers an unrushed peaceful environment for refreshments. There is a limited menu, but is extremely good value and service is with a smile. If you want a...
London, United Kingdom on 11-Nov-2018
We had already been in this hotel in June and we did not hesitate to book it again, for our need, from 25 to 30 September. The motivations are very simple, that is, we could appreciate the...
Rome, Italy on 05-Oct-2018
Please be warned. This hotel is WAY below US Best Western standards and they WILL charge you for nights not stayed. I had to move hotels and it cost me $600 total. It will absolutely ruin a...
Colorado Springs, Colorado on 27-Aug-2018
Been here since Monday 20th August. I was pleasantly surprised I got 10 % instant on my bookings.
The room was superbly clean. And the Receptionist Svetlana helped me to bring my luggage to...
By Ricoh Richard A
Room was spotlessly clean and very spacious, bathroom equally clean and tidy, nice shower and cosy bed, there’s a little noise from the road but overall I slept very well, the man on reception was...