The Delta London Armouries hotel is located on the south side of Dundas Street in London, Ontario between Waterloo Street and Wellington Street. London's VIA Rail station is located about 800m from the property and the University of Western Ontario is about 4.5km away (Google Maps).
Facilities at the pet friendly hotel include an indoor pool, a sauna, a hot tub, fitness equipment, a bar/lounge, a restaurant, conference rooms, and meeting space. The hotel also offers valet parking ($20), self parking ($12), and the on-site restaurant serves hot buffet breakfast ($13).
The property features 246 guest rooms that are either located in a 20-story tower or a historic armoury building. Bedding arrangements vary but the hotel offers rooms with either two queen beds, one queen bed with a pull out sofa bed, or one king bed.
Common room amenities include free wireless Internet, refrigerators, coffee makers, hair dryers, irons, air conditioning, and desks. Microwaves are also available at the property however they are on a request basis.
Check in time is any time after 3pm while check out time is before noon.
Many guests who stayed at the Delta London Armouries enjoyed their stay. Several guests complimented either the rooms, the staff, the location, or the food at the hotel.
Guests who indicated that they were satisfied or happy with their rooms often said that they were comfortable or that they had comfortable beds. Other guests indicated that their standards for hotel room cleanliness were met while many other guests approved of the view that they had from their room which overlooked the city of London.
Guests frequently said good things about the staff of this hotel. They were described as "top notch" hospitality employees who were "friendly," "helpful," and/or "efficient".
Many guests also liked the location of the property as it was downtown in London and close to several amenities like restaurants and shopping. One guest said that he was able to walk to the hotel from the nearby Via Rail station.
The food quality at the hotel restaurant also received some compliments. Some guests thought the breakfast was great and/or that there was good selection. Some guests who commented on other meals typically said positive things and one guest called his dinner "amazing."
Guests who were critical of the hotel usually said one or more of the following: (1) they indicated that they thought that the hotel was old, (2) they expressed a concern over the safety of the surrounding neighbourhood, or (3) they commented poorly on the parking situation at the hotel.
Many guests felt that hotel was aging. For example, one guest said her room was "extremely dated" while other guests indicated that the hotel in general seemed run down.
Some guests felt that the hotel's neighbourhood was a bad part of London. These guests were not numerous but multiple patrons seemed to just sense a bad social vibe in the area. One guest, for example, speculated on drug trading in the area.
Numerous guests were disappointed with the parking at the hotel. The main reason they complained was due to the fact that parking was paid as opposed to free, a charge that was an unpleasant surprise to some patrons. A couple guests were also unhappy that the self parking was far away.
ranked the hotel 3rd of 40 hotels in London and the site had 177 reviews.
Priceline.com guest ratings averaged to 8.4 points out of 10 and hotel ranked 3rd out of 30 London properties.
Booking.com guest ratings averaged to 8.8 points out of 10 and the site had 40 reviews.