The Minotel Wigmore Court Hotel is located in the West End of London just a few minutes from the main business and shopping centres and with easy access to the Underground for travel further afield. This attractive Georgian Hotel was built in the 18th Century by John Evans and named after the Duke of Gloucester. William Pitt and many other historical characters resided at 23 Gloucester Place. It offers modern Bed and Breakfast accommodation with all en-suite rooms, and also some large family rooms, individually designed for maximum comfort. Our facilities also include Wireless Internet, ideal for the business traveller.
Single Room with en-suite Shower room. One Single Bed and One relaxing Chair. TV, Telephone with Modem Plug, Hospitality Tray and other usual modern day amenities.
Double Room with en-suite Bathroom with Shower attachment. One Double Bed and Two relaxing Chairs. TV, Telephone with Modem Plug, Hospitality Tray and other usual modern day amenities
Triple Room with en-suite Bathroom with Shower attachment. One Double Bed, One Single Bed & two relaxing Chairs. TV, Telephone with Modem Plug, Hospitality Tray and other usual modern day amenities.
Very Large Family Room with en-suite Bathroom with Shower attachment. The Room has a Double Bed and two Single Beds as well as two relaxing Chairs and a small fridge. TV, Telephone with Modem Plug, Hospitality Tray and other usual modern day amenities.
Twin Room with en-suite Bathroom with Shower attachment. Two Single Beds & One Sofa Bed. TV, Telephone with Modem Plug, Hospitality Tray and other usual modern day amenities.
4.0 on November 28, 2013
A very nice B&B situated ideally for visiting Oxford Street and the West End. Our room was large, and very quiet. The Sofa bed for the fifth person was not very comfortable however, and I had to go and ask for sheets for it. The room was ideal for 4 people however. The breakfast was very good with a wide selection of hot and cold food, including fruit .The toast was freshly made and hot, and the coffee was ok.Very good value for money, I would reccomend this hotel.
2.8 on November 26, 2013
I stayed a couple of nights at Wigmore Court Hotel due to a business trip. The hotel was ideally placed and booking was easy. I had asked at the time of the booking if there was a vegetarian breakfast option and I got an email back, short and sweet "No" (It turned out that there was an adequate breakfast variety). I got a room on the second floor - very spacious, but the ensuite was very cramped. The room itself had a spacious bed and good amenities, but it was decorated like student digs - cheap furniture and yellow paint. Noise was also bad - could hear people walking about upstairs as well as traffic noise from outside. All in all a decent hotel, providing you'll be out most of the time and are a heavy sleeper. Would I stay here again?probably at a push.
3.4 on November 05, 2013
This is a conveniently situated Hotel in the West End of London which provides excellent value and although not a modern building still provides for all the needs of their guests.
3.6 on October 20, 2013
Hotel Rooms in London ( UK) are appallingly expensive especially in the West End /Tourist areas. The Wigmore Court Hotel is an exception. Don't expect luxury but for a basic room in the heart of the West End this place is great value . ( and the breakfast is excellent too ....the scrambled eggs had salmon in ! )
2.8 on October 16, 2013
Close to Oxford Steet and Mable Art. Old an need refurbishment.
London, Marble arch
London, England (Heathrow Airport), United Kingdom
HEATHROW- HOTEL TRANSPORTATION 1. Direct rail link -Heathrow Express , Heathrow-Paddington station. Every 15 mins. Takes 15 to 20 mins. Cost: £16.50 single adult one way. From Paddington- Hotel: a) Busses 7, 23&36 to Oxford Street by Mount Royal Hotel b) Underground- Circle line(yellow) to Baker Street c) Taxi will roughly cost you £9-13. 2. Underground. Piccadilly line to Hyde Park Corner. From there take the bus N74 towards to Baker St to George st / Gloucester pl stop. We are the second door after traffic lights. It will cost around £ 7. 3. Taxi may cost you between £60 and £75 depending on the traffic (unless it is a non-meter fixed-fare minicab in which case you negotiate the fare before you set off. A useful tip – do not go for anything more than £40!)
Hyde Park, Wigmore Hall, Madame Tussaud's, Regents Park, London Zoo, The London Planetarium, Video Arcade
Bed and Breakfast
Alarm clock, Fax Machine
Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fridge, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Najma & Firoz Jinnah