The Harrison Gastro Pub and Hotel

28 Harrison Street, London, England, WC1H 8JF, United Kingdom | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star 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 ReviewsThe Harrison Gastro Pub and Hotel London

    Reviewed by bubba23011


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    Reviewed by mr_mozam

    Close to the Station

    Reviewed Jul 5, 2013
    by (53 reviews) Perth , Australia Flag of Australia

    We picked this pub because it is near to St Pancreas Station from where we catch the Eurostar. We didn't expect much and The Harrison met our expectations. It is Friday night and the crowd are in full swing. Hopefully things will quieten down by closing time at 11:00.

    The Harrison was exactly as described so I can't really fault it. It was clean and serviceable although the bed was uncomfortable and the noise made sleeping difficult.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews The Harrison Gastro Pub and Hotel London

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    A travel blog entry by mr_mozam on Jul 05, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    It took us 4 and a half hours to get to from Bourton-on-the-Water, via the Harrison Hotel and then to Eurocars in Waterloo. This meant that we were over an hour late returning the **** but they didn't seem to care. Although the Fiat's seats were not very comfortable and it was a bit underpowered, it was still sad to give it back as it had provided …

    Montenegro, London and Glastonbury

    A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Jul 26, 2014

    ... festival or las fallas - was huge) and a giant mechanical spider that blew fire and doubled as a DJ booth - it was like something out of tron (without daft punk). The bands were incredible, everyone will have different favourites. Foster the People and Haim were amongst our favourites, but there was no doubting that Metallica put on the best show...they were absolutely awesome. Bob and I got quite into it and charged as close as we could to the front before a fence stopped us and ...

    C and C, or How we spent our summer in Europe

    A travel blog entry by pratthor on Jun 06, 2014

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... we left, it was crammed with a long line of people waiting. EasyJet, our airline for the flight to Croatia, allows for early bag check, so we took our luggage over after dinner. This simplified the process for the morning greatly. June 20: We were up at 4:00 am, checked out, proceeded across to the terminal, and entered the gauntlet of security and gate assignment. Security was fast and efficient-TSA could learn from the Brits. We bought a few breakfast items and waited for ...

    No Rest but an Airport Police Arrest

    A travel blog entry by latitudeproblem on Apr 25, 2014

    ... signs all led to the 'Heathrow Express' - a service for which I had no tickets. I did have a pass for a non-Heathrow Express, however when I asked someone where I get this from, they simply said 'from the same place, it's just a train.' - I knew that already, but why not have a sign saying 'trains'? Once people understand that the Heathrow Express is just a train then that sign becomes all-encompassing, whereas the former ...

    My First Ever Marathon

    A travel blog entry by hstephens123 on Apr 13, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... eventually up to 22 miles, but to be perfectly honest I think the combination of the challenge of running that distance along with Lara's companionship and willingness to listen to me babble for hours to while away the miles, made it not just possible but even enjoyable. While I usually pushed the pace at the beginning of the runs, Lara made the distances possible and kept my legs moving even up to and past the dreaded mile 17/18 which I now officially recognize as my wall.