Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 189
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by love indigo Great Staff and hotel ambiance. Location is superb!
A wonderful place to stay in London!
If you are looking for a small boutique experience stay at the Indigo at Paddington, London.
September 25, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by E1&D1 Great Access to Sites, Incredible Service and Outstanding Value
When you check-in to the Indigo Paddington, you know you have made the right choice. The Front desk staff make you feel welcome, and want to help in any way possible. The rooms are nicely appointed but also include higher end bathroom toiletries. When seeking guidance every individual wants to help. However, I have to specifically point out Mario. he would tirelessly spend time outlining directions, sites, and provide options. He is one of this hotels hidden gems.
The hotel is a half a block from the Paddington Tube station allowing for access throughout London. In addition this station is the gateway to the Heathrow Express when unfortunately you have to go home. The hotel is also across the street from the Hop-on and Hop-Off buses which in a large city like London are invaluable, especially for first time visitors.
When booking I suggest including the hotel breakfast package in your plans. It is of high quality, plentiful options and is unlimited. This comes with the other two gems: host Fabio and server Bernadette. They would meet us every morning with a smile, offer great service, and be there for whatever you required. As my wife requires a gluten-free diet, they would both assist in every way possible.
If you like being taken care of, and seek easy access throughout London, this hotel should be your first choice.
Ed & Di
September 24, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Business1970 Good place to stay and very convenient for business commuting
Love the place but the staff are sooo "Italian" that they always seem confused to how to do things.
The facility is what its all about so look past the confused looks and enjoy the room and easy access to Paddington and the Central Line on the Tube.
September 15, 2014