This is a well-run, smart and attractive aparthotel with a good range of suites – and the roof terrace was a nice bonus. My suite was certainly well suited to longer stays although my patience with the small number of elevators might be tested at busy times!
Native’s first Scottish property provided an ultra-comfortable stay in a spacious apartment. Impressive is the way the building's conversion incorporates original features such as terrazzo flooring, fireplaces and several windows restored by the same family firm that first fitted them in 1906.
Its location within Westfield Stratford City means it welcomes plenty of shoppers, but its strategic position between Stratford and Stratford International stations and proximity to Canary Wharf and London City Airport appears to ensure there's a steady stream of business guests too.
While it's easy to dwell on the views that Three Quays' River View apartments command – which make this a top choice for those looking to wow executives visiting from overseas – it should be noted that this property comfortably fulfils its 'luxury residence' billing with well-equipped and tastefully decorated apartments and good service too.
Perfect for a short stay in Birmingham for those that want to be self-sufficient. Staff were friendly and helpful and made you feel very welcome upon arrival. The location is within easy access of some of Birmingham’s main attractions.
Just three blocks south of the National Mall and a few minutes’ walk from L’Enfant Plaza and other downtown business areas, this is an excellent alternative to the many hotels in the Penn Quarter and Du Pont Circle areas.
This ideally situated and ultra-comfortable hotel has classy staff who go out of their way to preserve the hotel’s reputation for courteous service. It is also reasonably priced throughout – for example, $13 for a cocktail in one of Boston’s top hotels is almost a steal.