The Alexander Pope Hotel - Twickenham51.44133, -0.33279
ex. Popes Grotto
The Alexander Pope Hotel is a great place to stay in Twickenham.
The hotel is set about 15 minutes' walk from The Stoop. The property is set within 2 km distance from the city center.
The hotel's convenient location offers to get to London Heathrow airport in 15 minutes by car.
For a perfect stay at The Alexander Pope Hotel guests can make use of complimentary Wi-Fi, climate control, a laptop safe, a balcony and a trouser press featured in modern rooms. The rooms have a view over the river. They come with an electric kettle, a dishwasher and coffee/tea makers as well as bathrooms with a bathtub, a shower and a hairdryer.
Eat & Drink
Breakfast is served in the restaurant each morning. Da Vinci and The Three Kings are 5 minutes walking distance from The Alexander Pope Hotel.
The Alexander Pope Hotel offers free self parking, a baggage storage and a safe deposit box as well as a meeting room and a photocopier for business guests.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 32.
On-site car park
Bar/ Lounge area
Sports & Fitness
- Golf course
- Room service
- Dry cleaning
- Newspaper service
- In-room breakfast
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Special diet menus
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
- River view
- Air conditioning
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Ironing facilities
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Flat-screen TV
- AM/FM alarm clock
Rooms and availability
1 Double bed1 Double bed, 2 Single beds
In the Room
1 Double bed
In the Room
- City landmarks
Only stayed 1 night - appeared to be OK - breakfast satisfactory but I have had much better and hotter.
Our room was very tired (wall paper stuck to the wall with sellotape and clearly the hotel needs a lot of attention above the ground floor.
Delightful riverside location and staff who were on the ball and helpful.
Friendly staff. Excellent breakfast. The decor of the corridors was extremely tatty and in desparate need of refurbisment.
It was of a very poor standard with walpaper peeling from the wall the ceiling leaking and the bathroom full of grime. We stayed on a very rainy April evening and were advised by reception that they had upgraded us to a balcony room!. Breakfast was not much better as we were served up re heated sausages!
good car parking. excellent breakfast in glass conservatoory. hope to stay again
I loved the proximity to the Thames and a bus route outside the hotel. My mother and i found the lounge area very comfortable and sat there sometimes for hours reading or chatting to friends.The conservatory very nice for breakfast.
On several nights we attempted to order from the menu but were told that our selection was not available due to the chef not having listed ingredients. This necessitated other choices or adapting the dish with a substitute ingredient.
Found you while searching the net. Wife and kids pleasantly surprised when we arrived, family room was perfect for us. Visited Hampton court fir the day then arrived and chilled at the hotel and had a great meal. Next day in the city center which again was easy to get to via Twickenham station - staff offered friendly and simple travel advice. After a long day in the centre we again had a great meal in your restaurant. After leaving for Heathrow realised I had left my keys in the hotel room bedside drawer..Linda at the reception was very helpful, found the keys and posted to my parents in uk. Overall a very relaxing stay close to what we wanted to see in London for a very reasonable rate. Many Thanks :-)
Only missunderstanding was that when I booked online for the family room I didn't see I had to show how many would be staying in the room (my fault) when we booked in we were two adults and two children (11 & 13) and when we went up stairs the room had only one double bed..went back downstairs and explained, were then changed to a family room with double bed and double soffa bed without any problem..again very helpful staff, even in the restaurant anything we requested was no problem, which we appreciated.
The room was excellant and the hotel has a good bar and eating facilities. It was suprisingly quiet.
the hotel was far better than anticipated, food very good
Comfortable, spacious rooms, great location, very comfortable bar and restuarant - quiet
Although breakfast is excellent, service can be a bit slow if you're in a hurry to get on the road and you're on business.
Value for money and car parking included in price
Having breakfast on the enclosed terrace
Reasonable sized ,clean,smart,comfortable room
The hotel was clean and well furnished, with a nice atmosphere. The reception staff were helpful and courteous, and the room (luxury first floor) was first class, spacious, clean and very comfortable. This hotel is well located with nice views over the park down to the river. It is a stone's throw from Twickenham which has excellent restaurants and bars, and is also located well for Teddington and Hampton. There is an easy bus route from outside the hotel with frequent buses to Kew and Hampton Court Palace. An ideal location for the "garden lover".
I think this hotel falls down on its restaurant. Although the waiting staff were excellent, the food didn't measure up at all, (breakfast being the exception), and if I stayed again, would definitely not be eating in the hotel. I had to return my evening meal, as it was cold, as did several other diners whilst we were eating.
Loveley room and the service at breakfast was excellent - friendly and helpful Free parking a bonus as is the location to Twickenham and other local attractions
Some traffic noise