The Alma Wandsworth

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The Alma offers 23 stylish luxury boutique hotel rooms, including the private garden suite.

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499 Old York Road, Wandsworth, London, SW18 1TF

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Double with ensuite bathroom from £109.00 (USD182.95) - View Prices

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Double with ensuite bathroom: From £109.00 (USD182.95)  per room
Twin with ensuite bathroom: From £109.00 (USD182.95)  per room
Suite: From £139.00 (USD233.30)  per room

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The Alma Wandsworth

Address
499 Old York Road
Wandsworth
London
SW18 1TF
Telephone:
+44 20 8870 2537

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3 out of 5 based on 16 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Alma Wandsworth

5.0 out of 5 7 January 2013
by Karlie G.

Stayed at this B&B for one night during our short 2 day stay in London.

The Alma Wandsworth is a little bit out of the way, but conveniently located across the street from a train station, which made things easier.

This B&B was unlike any other I have ever stayed in because it was more like a hotel with a free breakfast. It was classy and simple, yet elegantly decorated. There was a...more

4.0 out of 5 12 December 2010
by Larissa G.

Let me clarify something.

This pub at midday on a weekend: 5 stars.

This pub in the evening on any day of the week: 2 stars.

With its island bar, fantastically friendly and skilled bartenders, spacious tables, generous availability of weekend papers, gastropub menu, projector screen for sport and tasty-delicious drinks, the Alma is a perfect place to spend a leisurely and boozy weekend...more

3.0 out of 5 12 December 2010
by Laura N.

Nothing like a cosy pub in the bleak winter months.

Scratch that - Nothing like a cosy pub with a real wood-burning fire in the bleak winter months.

Er, actually, nothing like a cosy pub with a real wood-burning fire with friendly service in the bleak winter months.

Wait. What I meant to say was nothing like a cosy pub with a real wood-burning fire with friendly service that offers piping...more

2.0 out of 5 22 July 2009
by Phil R.

No thanks.

It's alright at first sight, I suppose. A good-sized bar, nice flat screens for a sport, a half decent menu, and a very convenient location.

Did you notice my Oxford comma?

Distract you, did I? Forgotten all the good bits already? Good.

Here's a quiz:

Q: How much do you think it costs for a pint of Addlestone's cider and a large glass of house red in the Alma?

A:...more

4.0 out of 5 1 May 2009
by Molly R.

If you're meeting a friend at a pub you've never been to in a part of town you're unfamiliar with, do you freak out? Just a little bit? Are you worried that you're going to wander around for ages trying to find the place, or bother said friend multiple times asking for specific directions?

I have a simple solution. Meet your friend at The Alma! It is LITERALLY across the street from...more