Trinity House - London51.5832, -0.0356
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Best Family Hotels in United Kingdom
Trinity House Hotel is a 2-star venue placed about 9 km from Docklands . The business hotel represents Victorian architecture in London.
Trinity House Hotel lies 6 km away from Olympic Stadium.
A 20-minute drive will take guests to London City airport.
Room amenities at Trinity House Hotel include individual climate control, pay television, multi-channel TV, a fridge and a kitchenette. The rooms come with en suite bathrooms featuring a shower, a hairdryer and free toiletries.
Eat & Drink
Guests can dine at Dartmouth Castle and Gourmet Burger Kitchen 5 minutes walking distance from the hotel.
The hotel also offers cars and bicycles for rent.
There is a beach with sunbeds, sun loungers and umbrellas provided for guests convenience.
No internet access available
Private parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 9.
No wheelchair access
Spa & Leisure
- Sun terrace
- Air conditioning
- Dressing area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Electric kettle
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
165 sq. feet
1 Double bed
In the Room
- City landmarks
We enjoyed the fact this hotel was cheap to stay and was located near our destination.
The manager was very unfriendly and unwelcoming. The breakfast was terrible, the bread was still defrozing and everything was lidi/aldi brand. Although we had a fridge in our room there was no tea/coffee making facilities and no hairdryer.
This house hotel is truly the worst I 've been so far, stuff are quite annoying, and no privacy in their mind at all. I'd rather stay in hostel or backpacker for such a unpleasant experience. Also, they speak a little English which is not enough to cope with their business needs, with an Indian housewife-dressing-like being a receptionist to give you a lot of instructions before you can get into your room, and without giving you a key. Generally, very unpleasant stay, awful, and not even worthy of a tenner.
The best thing about Trinity House Hotel is that it is easy to find and only a short walk from the nearest tube station making it convinient if you just need somewhere to stay overnight. The staff were quite friendly and you can come and go as you please so it does not matter if you are arriving back late at night/early hours of the morning from a concert or such. For those who like us who were not too bothered where they stay as long as it's not too expensive and not too far to walk then this is a good choice.
While I found this hotel convienient enough as we only needed it for the one night anyone staying any longer may find the hotel very basic and the breakfast mentioned only includes toast and cerial and thus you are probably better off getting something to eat elsewhere and only using the place to sleep and chill out after a long journey before going elsewhere for entertainment.
It's excellent design and location
The best value we found in London with our budget. The hotel is 5 minutes from a metro station (Black Horse), the bus stop is in front of the station and can drop you at the hotel. Then about 20 minutes underground to central London. It passes quickly. The manager of the hotel is very friendly and attentive, especially with my pregnant girlfriend. She gave us a small bottle of water and fruit every morning before leaving for London. Always a little word about our journey morning and evening. The hotel is simple, clean and quiet. With bathroom, tv (small) and fridge. There are shops and a large mall near where we purchased our souvenirs, more convenient and less expensive than in central london. We found our hotel here for our future trips to London!
It was very clean and the hotelier was very freindly
the tv was to small
Hotel needed a good clean, everything was fllthy - carpets, curtains, facilities. Breakfast was just tea, juice, toast and cereal - all of which was very stale and very cheap brands. We were very reluctant to stay when we arrived, but because we had plans was too late to cancel and we would have been charged. Hotel very very shabby and outdated. Was quite a walk from the nearest train station, and quite way out of the city centre - could have easliy got a hotel room for a little more closer to town. Definitely will not stay there again.
smell of curry as entered.
Comfy and well~located, I had to catch a flight the next morning from stansted, so its proximity to tottenham hale Was key when making the decision
It is what you can get in London for that money. Nothing more, nothing less than that.
Continental breakfast was cheap cereals and mixed fruit jam and toast. Not my understanding of "Continental Breakfast"
Very nice and friendly staff
I would very much like to have had tea/coffee making facilities in my room. For £50 per night I thought this was very poor.
excellent staff, location (bus stop infront of hostel, metro 400m)
poor breakfast just that...
I wanted somewhere to rest my head for the night and that was it, this was perfect. Literally i dumped by bag and went. About 10 mins away from Blackhorse Road Tube Station. Amazing power shower and most importantly is was cheap, £50 for London for a night really is good value.
No kettle, no tea or coffee in room. Only a Continental breakfast which we didn't bother with, went round to a cafe and had a proper breakfast there instead. The owner does not speak good English.
The room and bathroom is very clean.
Very different from the photos, the B&B's staff didn't help a lot, English is not good enough, £50 is a too high for Zone 4, won't go there again.