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Portobello House Hotel
225 Ladbroke GroveW10 6HQ
- +44 (0)20 3181 0920
- Catering Facilities
- General Facilities
- Internet access
- Room Facilities
- Air conditioning
We are from the states and wanted a B&B to stay while we were in London. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. The rooms are nice and spacious. The bed is a little soft for my taste but besides that it was comfortable.
As far a the bar goes, at nite we would come back after a long day and relax before we went to bed. It was very convenient .
I would book a room here again..check
Very nice refurbished inn! Visiting friends in the Portobello neighborhood and they recommended this as a convenient place to stay. Only popped in for one night, but the staff was very friendly and gracious, both when checking in and out. They seemed genuinely proud of the place. The room was simple, clean and cozy. The inn is a short walk from the Ladbroke Grove stop. I definitely will...more
Great drinks, great ambiance, skip the food
I love coming to Portobello House on a nice afternoon for a few drinks with friends. The pub itself is adorable - you feel like you're hanging out in someone's giant Anthropologie-clad living room. When it's warm, they open the patio and the huge windows let in cheery natural light.
i typically go for a nice glass of Rosé here, but I've tried a...more
On the surface the place looks nice enough . And as a local resident over the years been at this locale under different guises. Not much has changed. The dark haired Eastern European waitress was short, curt on on the deffencive. I would under stand if she or the place was busy. But a total of 9 patrons does not constitute being slammed or crappy rude service. The bartender too seemed put off...more
This place used to be known as the Earl Percy Hotel.
It was your everyday corner pub, with cheap drinks, greasy furniture and your local "Paralympian" who miraculously didn't need his wheelchair anymore after a couple of pints and so on.
The total number of times I've been there is 4 (3 times when it was still known as Percy). The first time I asked for a coffee and everybody in the pub...more