I've heard positive about both so had the same decision a few months ago (now 27 weeks) and decided to go with St Thomas' over Kings for a couple of reasons:
- The Care Quality Commission's current ratings have St Thomas' maternity in much better shape [www.cqc.org.uk
- King's don't have the option to pay a bit of money for a private room and as they had an outbreak of bedbugs in the postnatal ward last summer, this kind of put me off. St Thomas' do have a couple of rooms for non-private patients but they're obviously subject to availability.
The unit at St Thomas' have been great so far. They've cut down the number of appointments because of COVID and my partner hasn't been allowed to come into scans (which is a shame) but otherwise fantastic so far. There's never a queue, you're never kept waiting and my dedicated team respond to questions via email incredibly quickly.
Best of luck with it all!