It's a small but elegant lobby
The handsome gothic edifice of red brick and terracotta was built in a sixteen acre site, between what is now the Talgarth and Hammersmith Roads. The building was built by Alfred Waterhouse who was already well known as the famous architect of Natural History Museum.
Each room offers an in-room fridge, air conditioning, in-room safe, iron and trouser press, tea and coffee making facilities and complimentary wireless Internet access. Access to the bedroom floors is by room key only.