Beautiful Property with In Room Oddities
Terrific service from check in through checkout. Helpful concierge and supporting staff. Well appointed rooms with numerous nice to have items in case you forgot anything on your travels or needed to stitch an untimely lost button or tear. Quick walk to the Bakerloo, Regents Park tube station. Quite a few reasonably priced restaurants of varying cuisine within a few minutes walk as well as some local stores to beat the usual high end hotel 5£ for a water type issues.
Top end room on "The Level" had a large but worn spring mattress that was a let down after the luxury presentation everywhere else. Very few sockets of any kind. Switches that did nothing instead of sockets or ports charging items. I had to pull out the end table to locate a free socket by the bed. Only one by the desk. For an otherwise modern hotel this was just..odd. I was assigned room 830 and you heard the elevator the entire time. Lack of foresight around putting in some sound proofing.
Coffe In the room
Sistem was down when arrival Had to wait 1 hour.
Location and staff very good.
Wifi was unreliable for business. Very bad
We were welcomed from the beginning, we spent 4 days there and it was ideal for touring London. The staff was very helpful,especially Ryan and Vitail.
Every thing was fine
good and bad
they were able to hold our bags for us for 6 days while we traveled around Europe and then we came for back a final night there before heading out from Heathrow airport.
We had booked 2 beds as we were 2 friends traveling together, upon check in, we were informed that there were only rooms with 1 bed available and that out reservation was just a "request" and not a guarantee. It was a king bed so we made it work. The rooms were tiny and stuffy. The A/C didn't work, and with the window open it was very noisy. They did bring up a fan for us and that helped.
Excellent location and very good buffet breakfast.
The Meliá White House Hotel was built in 1936 and was originally launched as The White House luxury apartments. The hotel’s building still preserves its architectural value as a prime example of late 1930s architecture. An eclectic style where contemporary design meets classic. This 4-star deluxe hotel has 581 rooms, 112 apartments, 4 meeting rooms, 1 restaurant and a bar with a terrace; a fitness centre and a new executive lounge. The hotel’s unique location, award- winning food offering and true passion for service will make your stay in London a pleasant and unique experience.
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