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Hotel Verta by Rhombus, London

Bridges Wharf, London, SW11 3BE, UK
Hotel Verta by Rhombus Review
5 Star Rating
5 June 2013Hotel Verta by Rhombus
Tags: London, UK, Spa reviewsThe Bill: £229 per night

The Hotel Verta in Battersea is part of the Rhombus International Group. It's an ultra-modern hotel that has been open since September 2010. Since that time it has rapidly gained a reputation for quality and we have visited a few times over the years and have yet to be disappointed.

The building is located south of the river opposite Chelsea Harbour Pier, close to Clapham Junction. The station is easily within reach and provides travel links to most places in the capital.

Because of the location, it offers something of a challenge for those wanting to walk around London. However, the location is superb, with many rooms offering stunning views of the river and the rest of the city.

The building is modern, consisting mainly of steel and glass. There are sinuous curves all around it which work out nicely for the rooms. There is theme of vertical throughout, which is reflected in the name, and is associated with the helipad.

"Tall, curvy and attractive, the Hotel Verta is going up in the world."

The building has windows everywhere, which affords great views from most, if not all the rooms. Unusually, there is an underground car park with a valet service which is a great touch.

Donít be put off by the London Helipad next door, you canít hear a thing. The windows in the building are so effective that we watched a helicopter land and we heard nothing.

We were greeted by a smiling concierge and had the door opened for us into the spacious, modern lobby. Reception had us checked in quickly and we were on our way in no time.

We were shown to a very clean, well equipped and comfortable River View Room by a very friendly staff member who showed us around the room, and how everything worked. Itís a nice touch that seems to being adopted by many 5-star hotels, or those with 5-star ambitions like the Verta.

The room itself had unrestricted views of the Thames. All that glass really does benefit the rooms. From warm fluffy bathrobes to an espresso maker, every little detail is perfect.

The bed is probably the biggest and comfiest we have ever slept in. It seemed to mould to our bodies and we slept like logs.

Tall, curvy and attractive, the Hotel Verta is going up in the world and we enjoyed our experience from the moment we arrived.

Photos courtesy of Hotel Verta by Rhombus

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