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I paid I I considered good money for a half decent hotel in London wasn't expecting any more than travelodge type style, I was put in what can only be described as the cellar there was bars on the windows because I was below ground...More
London's hotels are expensive and obviously one tries to keep the costs low. It was our case: we found this hotel online and we were well aware of its reputation so we didn't have high expectations. It does have some advantages: it's located just a...More
The familyroom was not a familyroom. It was a twinroom where you had squized in an extra bed. You could hear people everywhere. The personnel looked tired of their jobs. The bath was so dangerous. That this is a 3 star hotel is a joke.
This entire stay was a disgrace. After I arrived tired I jumped onto the bed only to notice a razor blade on the other side of the bed - had I lay down on that side i would have badly cut my back. On reporting...More
The best thing about the hotel is the staff. They are wonderful and extremely helpful. The breakfast was generous. The rooms were clean. The water pressure and heat in the shower was excellent and that is coming from an American who showers several times a...More
US$ 59 - US$ 339 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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As West London's friskiest corner, Notting Hill more than manages to retain plenty of the same appeal that's brought the affluent area so much worldwide attention. In this attractive cobblestoned neighbourhood, a delectable variety of eateries, independent shops, galleries and street vendors offer a delightful window into how to live the good life in London, with each presenting visitors with an
experience that's a little more idiosyncratic and endearing than the last. Travelers looking to forage for antiques should be sure to visit the Portobello Road Market on Saturdays, the largest antiques market in the United Kingdom.
For two nights, no I dont think so. Its an standard hotel in London. The locations otherwise is very good. If you go with the idea that you need to sleep there only. Then dont bother. But if you want to spend more money and... More
For two nights, no I dont think so. Its an standard hotel in London. The locations otherwise is very good. If you go with the idea that you need to sleep there only. Then dont bother. But if you want to spend more money and there I mean alot more for more luxus then do it.
Where you board the underground at Heathrow, you can buy an Oyster Card there. I found the Oyster Card the simplest way to get around on the Underground. When you go through the turnstiles, you just have to hold the card... More
Where you board the underground at Heathrow, you can buy an Oyster Card there. I found the Oyster Card the simplest way to get around on the Underground. When you go through the turnstiles, you just have to hold the card to the swipe pad. It will let you know the balance. When you need to add more money, it's easy to do at all Underground stations with a credit card. Most stations have a full-time attendant, who can help with best routes, how to use the card, how to replentish the card, etc. When you leave Heathrow on the trip home, you can turn your Oyster Card in and they will apply the balance to your credit card.
Get on the Circle (yellow) tube line at St. Pancras and go toward Hammersmith. At Edgeware Road station, get off and walk across to the Circle tube line that goes to Bayswater and Nottinghill. Get off at Bayswater. When... More
Get on the Circle (yellow) tube line at St. Pancras and go toward Hammersmith. At Edgeware Road station, get off and walk across to the Circle tube line that goes to Bayswater and Nottinghill. Get off at Bayswater. When you leave the Bayswater tube station, turn left, and then turn left again onto Moscow Road. Go along Moscow for about 4 blocks, then turn right onto Ilchester Gardens. Go about 2 blocks along Ilchester and turn left onto Leinster Square. The Pembridge Palace Hotel is about half a block in. Unless you have a lot of luggage, we found the tube to be ok, except during rush hours, when they are very crowded. You will see people with luggage on almost every tube train.