Palmers Lodge Swiss Cottage
Address40 College Crescent LondonSee nearby area
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Palmers Lodge Swiss Cottage provides award-winning budget accommodation in a beautiful Victorian Grade II listed building. The Lodge offers a bar and free Wi-Fi access in public areas, just 2 miles from the West End. Free continental breakfasts are served in the dining room.
Both the dormitory and individual guest rooms have quality furnishings. Guests can socialise in the common room and the Chapel bar serves drinks every night. The conservatory has a flat-screen TV. Laundry facilities are available and there is a 24-hour reception.
Swiss Cottage Tube Station is 0.3 miles away, providing 10-minute links to the historic attractions of Westminster. Camden’s vibrant market is 1.5 miles’ walk from the Lodge.
-Please note that this property does not accept American Express.
-All guests checking in require Photo ID.
-Please note that bookings cannot be accepted from any person under the age of 18, unless they are accompanied by an adult over 18 years of age who is staying in the same dorm/room.
-Please note that couples under 18 years old are not able to share a private room.
- Families travelling with children will need to book private rooms. Children under 2 stay for free in existing bedding (Private rooms). Children aged 2 or over must book their own bed. Please note that we cannot provide extra beds.
- Guests under 16 years of age must be in a private room (with an adult) and cannot stay in the dorms sharing with other travellers. Written authorization signed by their parents and copies of parents ID’s are needed, for all guests under 18 years old. In compliance with Licensing Law, all under 18s will be asked to leave Bar after 8pm.
-Group bookings of over 15 persons will need to contact the hotel’s groups department directly, to make sure that the hotel can allocate as many of the guests in the same room/s.
-Guests are reminded that once they have paid on the day of check-in, no refunds will be issued.
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