The Alma Hotel
Top Romantic Hotel

499, Old York Road, London, SW18 1TF, United Kingdom
+44 208 870 2537

RM 506+

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Overall guest ratings

9.1/10 Excellent
Based on 470 reviews

Review highlights

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  • 4.6

Good to know

  • Very quiet
  • Comfortable beds
  • Friendly service
  • Train station is close


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    Located in South West London, the Alma Hotel London is just 50 metres from Wandsworth Town station. It has a village feel with the Old York Road's cafes and shops at its heart. The hotel can be found just 50 metres from Wandsworth Town station. Clapham Junction and Wandsworth Common stations are both less than a 10-minute walk from the hotel. Heathrow Airport is only 12 miles away. The nearest tube station is East Putney (District Line), which is a short taxi ride from Wandsworth Town station and the hotel itself. In addition to elegant and unique accommodation, the Alma Hotel offers guests a traditional British pub and dining room, with both a bar and a restaurant menu. Featuring wooden floors and lovely antique furniture, the bar is stocked with Young’s Ales, European lagers and fine wines. The Alma is a boutique hotel with 23 spacious boutique bedrooms by award winning designers RDD. All the rooms at the Alma Hotel London feature Nina Campbell wallpaper, baths or walk-in showers, free Wi-Fi Internet access and LCD flat-screen televisions. They are spacious and air-conditioned, boast Egyptian cotton sheets and luxurious bathrobes. The rooms also include a work desk, hairdryers and tea and coffee making facilities.

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    • Complimentary breakfast
    • Free Wi-Fi
    • Facilities for disabled guests
    • Laundry service
    • Meeting/Banquet facilities
    • Room service
    • No smoking
    • Restaurant
    • Bar/Lounge
    • Express check out
    • Air-conditioned
    • 24 hour front desk
    • Safe
    • Designated smoking area
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