Chez Vous 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?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
Photos of Chez Vous Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Chez Vous Hotel Warlingham
Travel Blogs from Warlingham
Not to much touristy stuff happening today other than the National Portrait Gallery. The were a few painting by Rembrandt and a few who tried to copy him. Heaps of old religious stuff, but also some way out weird **** that wouldn't look out of place on a tattoo back job. For three females who claim to not being that keen on shopping they are at it again. There are no ******* seats on the streets here some I ...
... as we approach Kingston Bridge. Just time for a quick nose around the town before we end today's walk. There are a few sights to seek out in town - namely the guildhall, a 14th century church and a 'magnificent carved staircase' mentioned in Jerome K Jerome's novel, 'Three men in a Boat'. Unfortunately we fail to locate the shop with the staircase but we do see some interesting architecture including the church and guildhall, as well as some bizarre street art. I suppose two out of three isn't ...
... hall. It was an amazing sight, every type of confectionery we had ever known about, could be found here. And many more that we had never seen before too! We tasted some samples of some fine English truffle chocolates, but exercised great restraint and did not buy any treats. Until we found the bakery section, that is! Slightly nostalgic, and keen to show off our favourite pastry from home to Nicole, we found Portuguese custard tarts, and decided that we should try ...
... that covered the walls and display case. Our mouths were watering as we made our selection of eight flavours all wrapped up in a little green box. We couldn't wait to try them. On our final day we dropped our bags off at the station before heading back into the city centre. We had a few hours to kill so decided to head for the Musee d'Orsay. This grand building has been converted from an old train station to house a collection of impressionist artwork. It's far smaller than ...
... br> We arrived in London at London Heathrow at 11 am this morning. After making it through customs and taking the Heathrow Express to Paddington Station, we caught a cab to our hotel. The London cab drivers are the most interesting people I have ever met on any trip. The one who took us to our hotel did not disappoint. As we are driving through an area leading up to Hyde Park he begins giving us his opinion ...