Gardens, free WiFi throughout. In rooms, flatscreen TV, iPod dock and DAB radio, minibar, Ila bath products.
Extremely spacious and with an incredible Thames view, Sappho is the best choice. Callirrhoe has an antique four‑poster bed. Baudelaire is the biggest room in the hotel and has views of the Thames, hotel gardens and the Embankment beyond. Borgia has a leafy vista. If a river view is vital to you, specify this when booking.
Massages or beauty treatments (when staying in a Large, River, Superior or Deluxe Double room) and use of a local gym can be arranged on request.
Home spa products if you have a room with a whirlpool bath. Riding gear, for equestrian pursuits in Richmond Park. Each room has a few books for you to flick through.
No pets, but guide dogs are welcome. On-site parking is limited, but spaces in the carpark opposite are pre-bookable at a cost of £10 a day.
Cots are free; roll-away beds are £50 a night. The hotel is well-equipped with baby monitors, cots, highchairs and a nappy-changing room. Superior River Double room Sappho can connect to a Double.
Under-12s stay free, with no cost for extra beds. Over-12s, £50 a night. Babysitting can be arranged. Superior River Double room Sappho can be connected to a smaller double for families.
Babies and up: all enjoy the garden and river views.
Most rooms have space for an extra bed or cot at no extra charge for the under 12s (£50 for older children). The best room is Sappho, with garden views. It interconnects with Iris, a small double.
There's a large garden to run around in. Staff can arrange horse riding, bike hire and boat trips to Hampton Court and Kew Gardens. Colouring pencils and books are available to help keep children occupied in the restaurant.
Children are allowed in the restaurant at all times. A three-course children's menu is available for £20, with smart dishes like dover sole fish fingers, organic chicken and home-made ice cream.
No need to pack
Bingham is well-equipped with baby monitors, cots, high chairs and a nappy-changing room.
The hotel overlooks the Thames (a large wall at the end of the lawn will keep your little ones from straying on to the towpath), and river traffic is endlessly fascinating. There's a fridge in every room, handy for storing milk.