If you follow me on Social Media, you will know I spent this past weekend in London and I wanted to share bouts of my journey with you starting with my stay at The Crowne Plaza London Ealing.
Staying in a hotel in London can be quite expensive so I screamed a little in delight when I came across this insane deal on Booking.Com. Two nights for £140 at the Crowne Plaza. I knew at once it was the way I was going to stay. I wanted something that was comforting and had a enough room for all my stuff. I was filming too so I won’t lie, the astethics played a part in my search.
When I got there, the first thing I noticed was how lovely the staff at the London Ealing branch were. I was able to store my luggage before the check in time as well as leave it in storage until my train on the Sunday. The place was secure and I knew it would be looked after.
The room itself had a double bed, big windows (a massive plus) a plug next to the bed (hotel visitors can I get a Amen for this) as well as the all amenities for a cup of tea.
I was really happy with the room. It was beautiful and clean, the bed was so comfy that I had to move on to the desk when I had blogposts to write at the end of the day.
Speaking of desks, there was also quite a big desk for me to do some work. I was able to do everything I wanted to nicely without feeling I was stumped for space.
The thing which made my stay aside from the room was the overall feel of the hotel. The staff were very accommodating. I was on my own and can be quite anxious but they put me completely at ease. I had a bit of an issue working the air con and ran out of tea bags while I was there. Both of these issues were fixed almost instantly and without any questions.
Location wise, the Crowne Plaza London Ealing, could not have been in a more perfect location. It is two seconds (literally) away from Hanger Lane Station which is on the central, perfect if you are looking to spend a lot of time exploring Oxford Circus, Carnaby Street, Marble Arc, The British History Museum and other tourist places.
I honestly felt at home while I was there and I know the next time I pay a visit to London, this will be one of the first places I will be looking to stay.
Have you stayed here before? if so let me know what you think.
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