Mixing traditional British craftsmanship with modern hospitality, The Pilgrm is what city breakers are after. Located very close to Paddington Station, the hotel is within easy walking distance from Hyde Park, Notting Hill as well as trendy cafes and restaurants.
At The Pilgrim’s, rooms come in four size: bunk, small, medium and large. Reflecting a minimalist approach, rooms are rather petite and display only the essential. The large room proves more practical with a few hangers for coats, an armchair and Marshall speakers. The bathroom holds the bare necessities and nothing more.
Touches of reclaimed wood and plants dotted around effectively warm up the ensemble.
On the first floor of the Victorian-era building hosting The Pilgrm, a dining area welcomes guests for breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks. With an open kitchen and comfy sofas, the atmosphere feels laid-back and stylish. Breakfast is served from 7:00 am until 11:30 am, a treat for late riser.
On the affordable side for the British capital, The Pilgrm hotel benefits from a stellar location and trendy aesthetic. A cute place for a few nights in London.
WHAT WE LIKED THE MOST
- The location is perfect for a get-away in the city.
- The design and details throughout every area of the hotel really stand out.
- Prices are affordable compared to usual fares in London.
WHAT COULD BE DIFFERENT
- Rooms are small, even the large ones. If you fancy a spa-like experience in your hotel bathroom, The Pilgrm is not the place for you.
- Lack of hanging and closet space, a place to put up suitcase would be appreciated as well.
- Our room had no AC and the window couldn’t fully open.
- Although very tempting and stylish, the breakfast area was crowded and the buffet wasn’t great.