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No, no, no.
You pass that knowledge onto someone else...that's all I want.
I plan on making travellers knowledgable...one person at a time.
And that brings me to my alarm. Stupid bloody thing. I hate it!
Way to ruin a ...
... went. Today was the first really wet day of our trip so far. We were really grateful of the fact that the London Pass has fast pass access to Windsor Castle. That meant that we did not have to queue, but were able to head straight to the prepaid ticket line and avoid standing in the rain all that time. Once we got through the entrance though, we headed straight for the indoors. It was too wet to hang around outside. We went to the state rooms and had a good look ...
... to the hotel for a rest. It was then time to get ready and head to west end for dinner and a show. We went to an Italian restaurant for dinner, were Pete and I went halves in a pasta dish, after we walked straight into the show. We LOVED the show it was amazing and Brian May (the lead guitarist for Queen) actually play a little guitar solo. After that we caught the tube home and a cheecky maccas cheeseburger to help us sleep J Good ...
... s picture. Then another and another, then everyone wants their picture taken with Mum, then a queue forms and now we have a crowd around us. It is touching and funny at the same time.
Time for the Palace. With the birth of the latest royal offspring the outside of the palace is 20 deep. We drive up to the main gate and are shown through to an inner quadrangle through the crowds. Fantastic.
It is a lovely building and as Mum is a bit unsteady on her feet ...
... br> nearly packed, and the two-hour candle-lit concert was absolutely beautiful. During the music, I decided to start
jotting down some information about my day for my blog.
The concert let out at 9:30, and I made my way down to
Westminster Abbey and Big Ben, and snapped a few nighttime photos before
heading into Westminster Underground Station. Unfortunately, the 15 pounds that came with my oyster card
had run dry, but the attendant at ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Raglan Hotel London
ideally located for alexandra palace (less than 10 mins walk). We stayed for just the 1 night but could have stayed longer. Helpful and courteous staff, clean and well kept bedrooms, even with the hotel going through refurbishment. Excellent breakfast. Would re-vist again.
My daughter from the U.S. is a student at London Metropolitan University near North London. I asked her to find a hotel close to where she is living for our visit. She found Raglan Hall and told me it appeared to be a clean hotel. I checked Trip Advisor like I always do and read nothing but negative comments. Dispite my misgivings I went with my daughter's recommendation. My wife and I stayed with our daughter at Raglan Hall April 16,17 and 18. The lobby is spotless. We were greeted by a very friendly desk clerk. While completing our paperwork another employee came out and gathered our luggage taking it to our room. My wife and I stayed in what they call a family room with our daughter. It was a nice size room. The beds were very comfortable with soft comforters and two big pillows. The room has internet access. The bathroom was clean and supplied with linen and soaps. The hallways did not smell. I have attached a couple of pictures of the breakfast area. The full English breakfast was very good. A young blonde female was constantly bringing out fresh food. She also brought as much hot toast as we asked for...........we left the hotel after three nights and stayed with a friend of ours in south England for several days. We returned to the hotel prior to leaving London. They put us in room (219). The room was very small for three people. I called the desk and asked for a larger room. The clerk immediately gave us a larger room and said she would meet us at the door with the key. The room was excellent. (The customer service was outstanding) ...............the hotel apparently has been refurbished since the prior negative comments. The only negative we experienced was creaking footsteps. The building is old like almost everything in London. You can hear people walking up the stairs and people walking in the room above you. Fortunately for us we got in late every night and it was other guests listening to our footsteps. The lounge is very upscale and is not loud............the bus stop is about 2 blocks away. You have to take #144 to the Turnpike Station to access the tube. My wife and I would not hesitate to return.
Reall,y really, awful
Faulty Towers would have made this place look like the Ritz.
Don't be fooled by the plush looking lobby. Behind the doors awaits a hell hole.
Breakfast is either non existent or raw.
The whole hotel is propped up by ignorant staff.
Next time I'm going to stay in the Kings Cross toilets. It's gotta be better.
I stayed in this 'hotel' for one night as i was heading to Ally Pally to see Embrace.
Stayed 9th November 2005 due to attending White Stripes gig at Ally Pally. Check in was fine, the lass at the counter was friendly and helpful above the din of the ongoing refurbishment works. Corridors were ropey, but rooms are fine if a little tired. Big & clean with chairs and a nice bay window to sit in.
The hotel is undergoing refurbishment so the plastic sheeting in the lobby is a little disconcerting as a greeting. Checking in was pleasant enough - but there was no offer of help with our bags. Perhaps I was expecting too much for a three star hotel, but with the rack rate of £154 for the room, perhaps not.
noisy & full of pizza hut staff ?? drinking each other under the table ha ha good on em. if you want a party this is the place to go, I was with mtv crew at alexandra pallace we loved it. night porter (sean) seemed to work day & night & was always helpful, as was max & bryan (breakfast cheff) who we pounced on as he was just getting in to work at 5 am to get him to make 30 of us bacon rolls by 515 am they were in our bellys ! thanks bryan... and vera (lovely lady)
Very expensive for what it is.
Rooms are above a function room so don't expect to get a good night sleep before midnight!
Rooms above the kitchen door can hear it banging until the early hours and then are woken by it at 6.10 am every morning!
You must time when you go to the buffet breakfast if you are to get an egg or toast!
The rooms are much smaller than the image on the net.
Was told the room had satellite TV but it didn't.
Only put the heating on every other day!
Loved the Breakfast
We had the opportunity of staying in this lovely, old but refurbished, spotlessly clean, hotel for about 10 days last month. We found the staff to be not just helpful, but friendly and easy to approach. The breakfasts were fantastic and so was the ambience of this lovely place. All credit to Duncan and his staff, particularly Carmen ( who's been there 20years now) Eric on the Front desk along with Jay and the very nice girls in the breakfast room and room service.
It was a great area to stay in and very easy to get around using the buses and underground.
Landed in England on Sept. 14. Took train to KIng,s Cross and then the underground to Bounds Green and then a bus to our hotel in Muswel HIlls ,which in Northen London ,It was a Best Western on Queens ave. The room turn out to be very small and not that clean,but as we were tried and just want to sleep after the long journey and also we would not be spenting that much time there ,we decided it would be okay. I thought Best Western hotel would be better,as I worked for them a few years ago and their standard were good ,that was why I chose it. I found London to be very dirty and untidy ,they have no reclying in place so there are bottles cans etc. laying everywhere. People just throw to the ground also because there is a lack of garbage bins. Things are expense including meals,hotel rooms and generally just buying anything,but we did except that so we took the bad with the good. It is a great City for culture and things to see and I would not of missed for all the world ,Would I go back in a heart beat