Apollo Hotel

Address: 43 Argyle St, London, England, WC1H 8EP, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Mayfair/Soho/West End area of London, is near British Library, Regent's Canal, Foundling Museum, and Gay's the Word.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsApollo Hotel London

      Reviewed by maryandmarty

      Cozy but well managed.

      Reviewed Sep 18, 2012
      by (3 reviews) Fairfax, Virginia, United States , United States Flag of United States

      First off, the room was SMALL & therefore hard to organize. But the ceiling was high and the window was large, which helped. The hotel was well managed, with a well designed though TINY bathroom, excellent breakfast, prompt room cleaning. And the location, a block and a half from Kings Cross-St. Pancras Station and its six tube lines can't be beat.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Apollo Hotel London

      3.00 of 5 stars Good
       

      Travel Blogs from London

      The beginning of time

      A travel blog entry by cooper639 on Nov 07, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... moves to the top and drops exactly at 1pm. Then a walk to the far side of the park which is home to fallow def. this is the oldest deer park established in 1433. Then past a fallen oak tree said to have been used by Queen Elizabeth and Henry VIII before catching the train back across the river.Then off on an adventure to find the Cake Boy shop owned by Eric Lanlard. A beautiful afternoon tea before the adventure continued with a bus trip back to Ladbroke Grove.
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      London - Day 7

      A travel blog entry by robynw55 on Oct 03, 2014

      2 comments, 29 photos

      I have woken up with a cold which is annoying! I have just had 2 crumpets for breakfast. I have often wondered what English Crumpets tasted like. You know when you are reading a novel and they talk about hot buttered crumpets for tea!! They were OK - a bit more dense than what I am used to. It is going to be a sunny day so I think I might walk down the canal I pass on the bus. Didn't get out of the house until after 10:00 which is a bit ...

      Glimpses of London

      A travel blog entry by naomiriyo5423 on Jul 20, 2014

      12 photos

      ... had been sold at a price affordable for ordinary people. http://www.canalmuseum.org.uk/

      Also along the Regents Canal is the Ragged School Museum. This museum unfolds the fascinating history of Dr. Thomas John Barnardo’s dedication to help “waifs and strays…to feed, clothe and educate them”. His legacy continues today as a charity providing local support in counseling, ...

      London Youth Games

      A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Jul 11, 2014

      38 photos

      ... interviewed borough managers, photocall at the Olympic park Some of the great sports I got to watch was: The Basketball Qualifiers – the atmosphere was amazing. Four courts playing, kids competing for glory, there was even a Under 15 England Basketballer playing. The quarter finals were fantastic with the crowds just groaning with support. It was like we were at the NBA. Handball – 2014 saw handball qualify as a point scoring sport for LYG. It ...

      A Perfect Hydeaway...

      A travel blog entry by saranugent on Jun 19, 2014

      3 photos

      ... built for swimming that I secretly longed to jump in, everything was an unearthly kind of tranquil that I could not believe existed in the middle of the city. No longer allowed to swim in the lake, people were filing up to jump in canoes and paddle boats to wade across the vast section of water. The lake was full of ducks, geese, and swans. Through vast fields and oak trees to the back of the park sat Kensington Palace. ...