Chessington Safari Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Chessington Safari Hotel
Travel Blogs from Chessington
The last two weeks have flown, which is an indication of a fairly big improvement in the way my work is going. Stace has been cruising along out at the same special school where she is getting awesome experience working with a variety of special needs kids. I have spent two straight weeks at a school in Fulham which is a fairly nice area and a really nice school. The kids have been rehearsing for their end of year production and their singing is like that of ...
... everything else from inside the cab than it was from outside) We Will Rock You, was truly fantastic, words cannot describe the strength of some of the cast's voices, especially the Killer Queen. The whole show was slick, professional and very enjoyable. I loved it (can u tell ?!?) Cab ride back to the hotel and a drink in the bar, to bring me back down to earth before we hit bed for our last night in ...
... crossing the road. We were greatly slowed by all of the deep water. At long last we came to a sign to head deeper into the woods to Gravetye Manor. Finally pulling up to the Manor, its appearance bowled me over. I had had no idea where we were going.
A very special place for Bethan and Laurie, Gravetye Manor was built in 1598. I think that for my next visit with my husband we will have to make a special point to visit Gravetye Manor. The entrance ...
... a cocktail bar that was recommended highly by three separate friends in SF. The name of the bar (or so we thought) was 69 Colebrooke Row, though it turned out that this was simply their street address. In fact, their business cards were titled "the bar with no name." Well, it turns out those three people who recommended we go there are very trustworthy indeed, at least with regards to their taste in cocktails. The bar was small and cozy, dimly lit, ...
... in to the centre of London on the sceneic route past the Albert Memorial, Hyde Park, Marble Arch and along Oxford Street o Trafalgar Square. A tourist route all for the normal bus fare!
First stop the National Gallery, after checking out the Impressionist magic (love those Sunflowers!) I headed out towards the British Museum. The Rosetta stone is still a huge attaction and the ...