LONDON, RADISSON BLU EDWARDIAN MERCER STREET REVIEW
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I booked Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer Street as I needed a hotel close to the Palace Theatre. After five hours of theatre I did not fancy travelling over two hours to get home to an empty house. My husband was away with his friends, so I decided to treat myself with a hotel stay. And the beauty of this one was, that it was less than a ten minute walk from Covent Garden. I checked in and was told that as they were doing renovation work on their restaurant, breakfast was now complimentary and would be held in the lobby. Interesting idea, as what else are you meant to do with your guests and that is why I got a bargain stay in central London in late August.
My floor was on the fifth floor with no view which did not bother me. But it was a tiny room. And I could not find the fridge any where and I had a good look for one.
And this was billed as a luxury hotel, so bathroom products bolted to the wall is a bit off putting. I always bring my own travel sizes and I just did not like the look of it.
The Radisson Blu Edwardian was adequate for my needs. It was a short distance from the theatre. So this was perfect, as I was on my own. It would be unlikely I would be returning. Breakfast the next morning in the lobby, was interesting.