Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 200
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Rocket 29 Well located and comfortable
A clean comfortable Hotel which is well located in the Wimbleton area. Access to the city is easy by tube. Would recommend this Hotel to anyone wishing to visit London and not wanting to be in the middle of the city.
05 August 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by SouthLondoner155 Friendly welcome at Colliers Wood
The hotel is on quite a busy road and next door to a popular pub so it can sometimes be a bit noisy outside. Having said that, once you are inside the hotel, it's calm and tranquil with only the occasional sound penetrating through. Reception staff are excellent checking you in and out and are good handling queries. Everywhere is clean and although not luxurious, it's very comfortable.
The breakfast area is functional and a bit like a canteen but the food is varied and of a good standard. The hotel itself is deep in south London but it's just a few steps from Colliers Wood underground station. So getting into the centre of London is really easy.
04 August 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by jamcanbudget Good hotel for a short stay in London
Holiday Inn Express Wimbledon South is a good hotel for a short business or leisure stop over while in London. As the name states, it is an Express Hotel not a luxury or resort hotel. The staff, especially front desk, is wonderful. The room was clean and comfortable but the noise level was a bit high. Cannot blame the hotel for the noise because it is located on the main street of Colliers Wood, in a densely populated area of London, with a hospital just down the road. A plus for the hotel is that it is opposite the Colliers Wood tube station and numerous buses pass the front door. Travel to and from this location is very easy. Breakfast was the only disappointment. Although the food was decent and plentiful, it was monotonous .... scrambled eggs, sausages, baked beans and toast every morning .... with the usual cereals, apples, bananas and oranges. There was no opportunity to get something special even if the customer wanted to pay for it. Management should consider changing the breakfast buffet every few days .... maybe replaciing the sausages with bacon and offering pancakes occasionally. They could also offer an a la carte breakfast menu. Apart from the repetitive breakfast items the hotel serves its purpose as an express stop over.
03 August 2014