Hotel Caesar

Queens Gardens 26 - 33, W2 3BE London - Paddington
Dbl. from 188.83EUR excl. breakfast
incl. VAT and all fees
Free for HRS guests:
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Earliest check-in 13:00
Latest check-out 12:00
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Hotel information

Service & facilities

Hotel facilities

  • Reception (lobby)
  • Elevator
  • Public Internet terminal
  • Car park is a 5-minute walk away
  • Restaurant(s) 1 open from 19:00.00 until 23:00.00 Closed sunday

Room facilities

  • WLAN with Internet access in rooms Hourly rate 0 GBP Provider -
  • Satellite TV
  • TV remote control
  • Radio
  • Desk

In-house services

  • Hotel safe
  • Air conditioning in public areas
  • Porter service
  • Free daily newspapers
  • Car rental

Style of hotel and ambience

The Caesar hotel in London is located in a building with a Victorian façade. It offers 140 rooms in different categories, comfortably designed to make every stay as pleasant as possible. Furthermore, the hotel features an exclusive collection of Roman mosaics which make the guest feel like they have stepped back in time.

Special features of the hotel

All rooms are endowed with satellite TV, parquet flooring, wireless Internet access, individual heating, safe box, direct telephone line with voice mail, hairdryer, radio channels, room service, laundry and pressing service, access for the disabled and a welcome tray with tea and coffee. Restaurant and Bar XO are in charge of the gastronomic offer of the hotel.

Hotel data

Hotel built in 2002, Last partial renovation 2008, Number of floors 6, Total number of rooms 140, Number of single rooms 31, Number of double rooms 66, Rooms with connecting door 3, Number of suites (separate rooms) 12, Hotel open all year round, Reception manned 24 hours a day, Earliest check-in 13:00, Latest check-out 12:00, Multilingual staff on hand 24 hours a day, English-speaking staff available during the day, English-speaking staff available at night, Number of business rooms 24, Hotel, City hotel, Business hotel, Art/design hotel, Trade fair/conference hotel, No-smoking room 140, Family rooms available 6

Service times

Reception open:

0:00 AM to 24:00 PM

Reception manned at weekends:

0:00 AM to 24:00 PM

Earliest check-in:

1:00 PM

Latest check-out:

12:00 PM

Accepted payment methods

  • Diners Club
  • Visa
  • Eurocard/MasterCard
  • American Express
  • Japan Credit Bureau (JCB Intl.)
  • Billing to corporate account possible
Location and distance

Queens Gardens 26 - 33, W2 3BE London - Paddington

Location of the hotel

The Caesar is situated in a quiet residential area, the Queen's Garden in the heart of London. Businessmen as well as private travellers may benefit from this location, especially if they like to experience cultural activities or other leisure offers of the town.

Surroundings of the hotel
  • 3.0 km
  • 0.5 km
  • 16.53 km

Evaluations of Caesar

80% of the HRS guests recommend this hotel
Good 10 Evaluations
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19.05.17 from , Business traveller
The staff were so friendly and helpful, especially Alex the waiter he couldn't do enough for us. We felt very special and it was as if we were the only guests in the hotel. The housekeeping staff did an excellent job of cleaning the rooms and all other staff were equally amazing. One of the best hotels I've stayed in (and I stay in a lot of them)
There wasn't a great deal of choice on the TV, a lot of foreign channels. Was disappointed that there were only biscuits on the first day but no subsequent ones - can't have tea without biscuits
19.04.17 from , Business traveller
I liked the location at walking distance from paddington station and many tube and bus stations.
The breakfast was reallu good and the service of the waiters excellent.
I have been assigned a single room which was small and essential.
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