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- St Mark Hotel London
- Independent Hotel
- 3 Star Hotel
- 25 rooms
- 4 Barkston Garden Earls Court London SW5 0NE England
St Mark Hotel London offers you somewhere cosy, quaint and well located to stay in Central London. This Earls Court hotel, a few minutes’ away from Earls Court Tube Station, only has 25 rooms. You’ll get a complimentary continental breakfast (in the breakfast room) and access to a lounge area, concierge service, tourist information and a 24 hour reception. Step outside the door and you’ll find attractions like Earls Court Exhibition Centre and the Natural History Museum within walking distance.
At London St Mark Hotel you can reserve a double, twin, triple or quad room with an ensuite shower room. All of the rooms here are traditionally decorated and furnished, but surprisingly well equipped for a cheap London hotel. You’ll find a mini kitchenette inside with a kettle, toaster, fridge and microwave so you can whip up drinks and snacks whenever you want. You will also have plenty of other amenities at your fingertips including a colour TV, phone, hairdryer and in room safe.
24 Hour Reception / Central Heating / Coffee/Tea Maker / Colour Television / Concierge / Cot / Family Friendly / Fax Machine / Fire Escape / Fridge / Hairdryer / Hotel Safe / In Room Safe / Interior Room Entrance / Kitchenette / Microwave / Phone / Shower / Smoke Detectors / Television Lounge / Toilet / Tourist Information / Wake Up Service / Wash Basin / Wireless Internet Access
LATEST TRAVELSTAY OFFER. Get a FREE Continental Breakfast when you book.
Your breakfast includes: Brown and white breads, butter, jam, cheese, museli and other cereals, boiled eggs, orange juice, milk, tea & coffee. There is no meat or herbal tea included in this breakfast.
Food and Drink
Guestrooms at St Mark Hotel London have a well-equipped kitchenette with a kettle, toaster, fridge and microwave.
St Mark Hotel London offers wired internet access at a cost of GBP2 per 30 minutes in public areas, and WiFi at a cost of GBP2 for 1 hour in guestrooms.
London St Mark Hotel is on the doorstep of the Earls Court Exhibition Centre and other Earls Court attractions such as Freddy Mercury’s former home, the picturesque Kenway Village and the Trobadour Cafe where artists like Jimi Hendrix once played. As Earls Court is so close to South Kensington you can also stroll to the Natural History, Science and Victoria and Albert Museums. Afterwards you could relax in Kensington Gardens or head to Kensington High Street for its fantastic shopping.
Check out by: 11 am
You will have 24 hour access to your room at St Mark Hotel. This hotel has a hotel safe and a fax machine. If you need a wakeup call, these are available on request.
It’s really easy to travel to St Mark Hotel on the tube. If you get on a tube that’s travelling on the District or Piccadilly line and get off at Earls Court Tube Station, you will only have to walk for a couple of minutes to get to your accommodation.
Once you get to Earls Court Tube Station you should exit onto Earls Court Road, cross this road and turn to your right. Take a left into Barkston Garden and you will find St Mark Hotel London on your left.
Very basic! Long climb up several flights of stairs to a clean and tidy room. Breakfast was make it yourself toast or cereal although breakfast staff were lovely. Advertised free wifi but this turned out to be just 1 hours worth over our whole stay! Local was good and close to tube
St Mark Hotel London was small but clean, very comfortable and helpful staff. Only problem was we got 2 single beds toe to toe and the room was too narrow to push them together to share. other than that. Good stay and ideal location
We had a lovely stay at St Mark Hotel London. Accomodating staff, lovely breakfast and a great room for a very reasonable price
We stayed for one night at the St Mark Hotel London and the staff where helpful, the room was good for the price, clean and had everything we wanted.
The St Mark Hotel is centrally located, with a tube nearby. It is good value for money if there are two of you and fairly quiet (depending on which room you stay in). The rooms are nice with good bed and a friendly and efficient room maid. There is also internet available at reception. I would have preferred a cupboard with coat hangers instead of a microwave and sink. The breakfast room is far too small (we had to queue twice and only once could all three of us sit together), breakfast is rather uninspired (I don't need much, but a bit of variety in 8 days would have been nice), no single rooms (I had to pay the same amount as my two companions), no help with suitcases (many stairs), rather loud traffic (depending on room). I would book again, but minus breakfast.