Welcome to our weekly video review on hotel suites and rooms around the world! This week’s edition features the king junior suite, a 65 sq. m/699 sq. ft suite at the Hilton London Canary Wharf.
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Hilton London Canary Wharf is a modern 4-star hotel located in the middle of the financial district and well connected to all London’s attractions due to its proximity to the Jubilee line. This property mainly caters (or used to at least, in the pre-COVID era) to business/executive travellers but also its proximity to the O2 arena brings some leisure travellers in. The hotel features 282 rooms and suites, an executive lounge and a bar/restaurant on the ground floor.
Here is the description of the suite and some official pictures from their website:
65 sq. m/699 sq. ft., panoramic windows, seating area, Executive Lounge access and benefits.
Indulge yourself in this modern junior suite, which boasts panoramic windows and a 200 x 200 cm bed. Benefit from access to the Executive Lounge with complimentary breakfast and refreshments.
This suite features a separate seating area, complete with a sofa, plush easy chair with foot rest and LCD TV with BT Sports 1 and 2. Catch up on work at the desk and stay connected with WiFi. Refresh in the elegant bathroom with a separate bathtub and shower and a range of exclusive bathroom products.
Other amenities include a Nespresso machine, minibar, bathroom speakers, safe, air conditioning and US and USB plug sockets. Special touches include complimentary mineral water, bathrobes and slippers.
Book Direct on Hilton.com for free standard WiFi. Hilton Honors Members only. Premium WiFi has a fee. Sleeps up to 2 adults and 1 child on a roll-away bed.
And here is our video review and commentary on the dockside view suite:
This is a spacious junior suite, correct but with that corporate/chain hotel feeling. Also, Hilton should update the official room pictures on their website as clearly these rooms have been somehow “refreshed” since those pictures were taken!
Standard rooms at this property start usually at £180 or 70,000 Honors points per night (currently selling for about £100 or 36,000 points per night). This suite definitely makes for a nice Diamond upgrade though as it usually sells for about £250 or 127,000 points per night.
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