No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this condo rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Falcon Wharf London
Travel Blogs from London
... the tourist.
Big Hotels With Bigger Technology
The hotels in 2014 have had big launches. So whether it is the beautiful windows at the Shangri La or the beautiful celebrities in Chiltern Firehouse, the other exotic pleasures in other hotels, it is always technology that wins over ultimately. The Tune Hotel Canary Wharf was opened in February and with a neat budget this has the best signs of great expansion plans. This ...
... is most of my British friends have no idea that they can do this and are always amazed when I tell them I have done it! So easy to get the invite, just takes awhile. Anyway, I did it a couple of summers ago but my husband was unable to go with me at the time so I signed us up for another visit last summer and finally got our invite for Jan 23, yes, it does take a long time because in spite of most of my friends having no clue, a lot of ...
... are some types of afternoon teas those are specially made up for the small kids keeping in mind their choices. They are made keeping in mind the taste of small kids. Before your kids stat their enjoyment with the special afternoon tea, the pastry chef will help them to decorate the cupcakes. These cupcakes can be decorated in different ways, with different themes and ideas. He will not charge for this as he is going to give these services for free ...
... excitement and I managed to get a quick photo of the car and Prince Philip's profile. The Queen was dressed in a green outfit and we later learnt that they were on their way to the Tower of London to look at the poppies in the moat.
The walking tour was the Brunel tour, based on the bridges that Brunel and his father had designed. I must admit to only picking this tour because of Craig. He was talking about Brunel just this week in relation to the ...
... again and the boys went straight to the Lego store which we'd missed last week with Sally, adding a bit more weight to bring back in the suitcases for birthdays! With various bits of shopping done, we got the tube to Greenwich and went to the National Maritime Museum and did a quick march through the children's discovery section and upper floors before they closed at 5 and then wandered round the lower floors too. The best part for ...