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Last day in London today. We checked out of the hotel about 10am and headed to Embankment Pier to get the ferry to Greenwich which is about 45 minutes away on the ferry. Our flight to Bangkok doesnt leave until 9.30pm so we had alot of time to kill.
The ferry ride was good. It was another beautiful day so the Thames was sparkling. When we …
An early start today as we had a tour to Stonehenge, Windsor Castle and Bath booked. We had to walk to another hotel 5 minutes away to get picked up and then we were taken to the bus depot where we were sorted into groups and we headed off.
First stop was Windsor Castle. We were told as we left the bus depot that the apartments at the …
Late start today. We missed breakfast in the hotel as we slept through it. By the time we got our selves together and out the door it was lunch time. We took the bus to a stop near the British Museum and found a Pret A Manger which is a pre packaged but fresh made sandwich shop that also sells salads, cakes, fruit, soups and more. I had been told …
Today was shopping day. I had managed to resist spending too much until we had gotten to London as I was really looking forward to all the shops everyone had told me about. We got the bus to the start of Oxford St which isn't far and we could have walked but I needed to save my energy for the big day ahead.
What I hadn't thought of was …
Today we started the day off with a long walk in Hyde Park. We took the bus down to Marble Arch and then walked all the way through the park to Kensington Palace. It is a lovely park. There are huge trees that have their leaves turning orange, their is a large lake that runs through the centre with ducks and swans and their are lots of people …
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Historical Traveler Reviews Caring Hotel London
A Great Stay At A Great Price!
I've stayed at this hotel several times and have never been disappointed. It's quaint, quiet, and has a friendly helpful staff. They even remembered me after six months. The entrance is secure and street is very quiet at night..no noisy taxis or delivery trucks to wake you in the morning. It's conveniently located to shops, good eats, internet cafe, hyde park, more than one underground station, etc...and you cant beat the price! ..writing this review makes me miss london!
Cheap and Shabby
The neighborhood was nice and quite convenient. However, the hotel room was extremely shabby which made me feel like it wasn't as clean as it could have been. The water pressure in the shower was horrible and by the last day we could not even get the shower to work at all!! The breakfast is OK if you like greasy undercooked food. The desk clerk was helpful but I found the breakfast servers to be rather unfriendly compared to other B&Bs I have stayed at. I would probably look for a different accomodation the next time I go to London.
My sweet little GEM!
I LOVE the Caring hotel! I stayed with them this time last year as I stumbled upon it last minute. It was perfect, and I have stayed all over London. The room was small-ish (as most are in London), but simple, clean and very comfortable. The bathtub was HUGE, the full English breakfast yummy indeed (included!), and the price cannot be beat.
I am heading back in July, and will stay with them again. This time with a friend, and in one of the larger twin rooms on the ground floor. The area is convenient, you are in Hyde park in mere minutes and there are tons of shops close by, as is the tube, and this little street is quiet at night. The staff are helpful and friendly. A real little gem for London!
Hearty Breakfast, Cozy Room
The room at this hotel was rather small, but suitable for a short stay. The man at the front desk was very kind, and the ladies serving breakfast were also very friendly. The English breakfast provided (eggs, toast, sausage) was unexpectedly generous. A cozy stay.