St Georges Lodge was satisfactory
- St Georges Lodge
- 79-81 Kingston Road, New Malden Kingston London KT3 3PB England
- Group Name :
- Independent Hotel
- Type :
- 2 Star Hotel
- Size :
- 10 rooms
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St Georges Lodge is a comfortable and well located place to stay if you want easy access to South West London attractions like Chessington World of Adventures, Hampton Court Palace and Wimbledon Tennis Club. You will also find New Malden Train Station a short walk away, which will take you direct to London Waterloo in central London in only 30 minutes. Just make sure that you fill up on the full English breakfast before you head out exploring as it’s included in the really low room rates!
When you’ve spent all day sightseeing, you’ll relish the chance to relax at London St Georges Lodge. You’ll have a welcoming and bright single, double, twin or triple room to stay in. You will have an ensuite bathroom, as well as basic amenities like a colour TV to watch and tea and coffee making equipment, so you can make hot drinks whenever you want. You can even surf the net and send emails to your friends and family back home thanks to in-room wireless internet access at St Georges Lodge.
Bath / Central Heating / Coffee/Tea Maker / Colour Television / Family Friendly / Gardens / Interior Room Entrance / Shower / Smoke Detectors / Toilet / Wireless Internet Access / Wireless Internet Access in Rooms
St Georges Lodge is surrounded by places to go and things to see. You will find the charming towns of Surbiton and Kingston Upon Thames a short bus ride away. You will also find it easy to travel to amazing tourist attractions like Wimbledon Tennis Club, Hampton Court Palace and Chessington World of Adventures. You only have to hop on a train at New Malden to get to London Waterloo in just 30 minutes. The London Eye and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre will be within easy reach from here!
Check in from: 12 pm
Check out by: 11 am
SPECIAL OFFER: A choice of continental or English breakfast is included. The continental breakfast includes a selection of 3 types of cereal, toast, jams and marmalades, cheese, biscuits and fruit. The English breakfast includes fried, scrambled or boiled eggs, sausages, bacon, beans, tea, coffee or orange juice.
- By Train:
- You will find that New Malden Train Station is only a short walk away from St Georges Lodge in London. This offers you direct access to London Waterloo Train Station in Central London.
- By Car:
- You should travel on the A3 and exit at the Shannon Corner roundabout onto Burlington Road towards New Malden. At the next roundabout go straight ahead onto Kingston Road and you will find St Georges Lodge on your right hand side.
- On Foot:
- Once you get to New Malden Train Station you need to exit onto Coombe Road and turn to your left. This road becomes High Street. Take a left onto Kingston Road and you will find St Georges Lodge on your right hand side on this road.
St Georges Lodge Reviews
Room was clean and normal for such price. It was very easy to find this hotel, because it`s 10 minutes walk from the train station. And the place is about 20 minutes drive by train to Central London, Waterloo Station. Staff was polite and kind. Breakfast was ok, but I`m not delighted. I would suggest it if you search for something cheap. For this amount of money, it was very appropriate. There are some nice cafes and shops near to the hotel.
Check in took a while. Basic but clean and pleasant for a reasonable price. Staff were also friendly
It's in a great location and has very helpful and nice staff. It's a reasonable price and nice full-English breakfast is included. I would recommend this hotel to anyone and I will book again next time I am in the area
If you are going to London for the first time, a bit hard to find as it is in the outskirts of London. Took us a bit of time to get to the place as we travelled by bus. But after reaching there, we found out that it was easily accessible by train from Central London. So that made things a lot better. The accommodation is really good considering the amount you are paying. The rooms were neat and tidy. The manager was also very nice and friendly. There is also some food stored in the kitchen if you are really hungry. So all in all, a good experience. P.S: A word of advice to all travelling here through central London, take the train. Much faster and much more convenient