Doubletree by Hilton Hotel London - Westminster
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Carina and I landed in London!!! I kept waking Carina up as we were landing, telling her "look at how big it really is!" We made it through public transportation and to my flat. We settled in and met my roommates. Later Erika met me and Carina at Cath Kidson! It was literally one of those running to ...
... I was glad to be out of the cold. I stayed in the free wifi zone next to a plugin for over two hours, writing and researching, before the rain let up and I stepped out into the now dark streets to soak up the nighttime ambience and make my way back home (this time via Regent's Park (Bakerloo) > Paddington (District) > High Street Kensington.)
Have I mentioned how much I love the London Underground? It is a thing of beauty. The lines ...
... being the only driver, I forget my drivers licence at home. So here I am, at the Yellowknife airport, trying to call Eugene, my husband, to come back to the airport to pick me up. He had JUST dropped me off. Of course, his phone goes straight to voicemail and my flight is leaving in 30 minutes. So i decide to catch a cab from the airport to my house. I will get there quick, get the cab to wait for me and drive back in the nick of time. Except... I don't have my ...
9th-12th July 9th - We arrived in London in the afternoon and checked in to our hotel. We stayed near the Tower Bridge, which was very handy to the tube station. With so much to see and do, we didn't waste anytime. We booked tickets to Wicked and jumped on the tube to Leicester Square. We managed the tubes surprisingly well, however once in Leicester Square we then realised the show was not in that area! Thankfully it does not take long to get to most places via the tube, so ...
... Pimms - a English sweet, fruity, "girly" drink - yum!!
We walked off dinner and drinks along the Thames River and through the grounds/park around the Royal Naval Academy. We also walked the Greenwich foot tunnel, which took us UNDER the river to the other side.
Amazingly, we made it back to our flat too!
All and all a wonderful day. it's now midnight and guess, what?? we are not sleepy!! Ah, jet-lag :)
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Historical Traveler Reviews Doubletree by Hilton Hotel London - Westminster
Clean, fresh and modern
Really relaxing hotel with plenty of neutral colours and soft lighting.
Plasma screen TV, DVD player and CD/Stereo in every room are welcome, luxury touches. Also for those that are looking for an undisturbed nights sleep...all rooms are soundproofed. Highly recommended.
Enjoy your stay in London!
We would like to give very warm recommendation to stay at the City Inn Westminster while your London visit. We stayed two nights in the hotel and we were very pleased by the modern standard, friendly staff and good breakfast. The rooms are standard European size, with a bit small bathrooms. This is compensated by excellent complimentary services like bathrobes, lage towels, DVD films and CDs. The hotel is centrally located 10 minutes walk from Big Benand 30 minutes walk from Oxford street with all shopping facilities.
Excellent Facilities, Staff Seem Eager to Please
Stayed at the City Inn Westminster early December 2004. The hotel is brand new, well designed, and well furnished. After spending weeks in Europe in small, dark rooms it was a breath of fresh air to walk into the light filled and cleanly designed guestrooms. This hotel is just a few blocks from Tate Britain and Westminster. Staff was helpful, but seemed a little raw. I expect they will improve. The hotel had only been open a few weeks. This hotel was perfect for us, BUT if you need a fast paced area filled with restaurants, clubs and shops, this is not your hotel. It was quiet around the hotel. On the up side, the hotel restaurant is quite good.
Trendy, clean and modern
My boyfriend and i came to stay in the Hotel recently for a trip to London. We thought the hotel rooms were lovely, clean and modern with a DVD player, CD Player and plasma screen TV and the bed was so comfy.
The breakfast was great lots of choice with the continental, the staff were very friendly too. the location i thought was good with it only being a short walk along Millbank at the side of the Thames to Westminster or 5 minute walk to Pimlico Tube Station being young we did not mind this. I would definately recommend this hotel to freinds.
What a stylish hotel!
I stayed at the hotel at half term with three friends. The staff were helpful and friendly. The services available were fantastic, free dvd rental,bath robes and much more. I have never had a continental breakfast as great as that one before and probably wont again, until I next visit the city Inn !
City Inn was just my style!
Nov 6-13th, 2003. I just returned from my first trip to London and pleasantly surprised after reading many negative reviews of London hotels. City Inn is very modern with contemporary furnishings. The room was small but well appointed. The bedding was very comfortable and CLEAN! The hotel provides most of the first class amenties at a more reasonable rate. The continental breakfast was quite good and the restuarants were very chic. The hotel staff was pleasant and accommodating though not overly friendly. It is located in a reserved, quite part of London, but very accessible to all the major sites. I would stay there again.
Just returned from a 5 night stay at the City Inn Westminster. Selected hotel as part of the BA package. Was intriqued by a new, high technology hotel. I agree with the previous review ... standard rooms are just that. We ended up upgrading to get a larger room. The entire hotel is new and fresh, however, rooms are small with minimal space to store clothes for any length of stay. But the rooms are comfortable and the staff is exceptionally helpful. Guest services was always very helpful with dinner reservations and booking a few select trips we had in mind. The location for someone that has not been to London prevously is not the best. The walk to Pimlico does take about 8 minutes or so ... not unbearable but a bit lengthy. We did find a short cut side street that did cut down the walk a bit.
This was my fifth trip to London on vacation and this time around I picked the City Inn Westminster, primarily from the British Airways travel brochure which gave them 4 stars. In all honesty the hotel is all of what it is billed as. Don't think for a minute though you'll receive a room with a view of the Thames or Parliment if you go with the all inclusive deal advertised by BA, upon check in I was told that no 'standard' rooms have river views only the suites and another more pricy room offer that. That's why I paid more money for this trip in the first place, but still all was not lost!
Worth the Money
Very nice high tech room, a little smaller than expected. But everything is A1, felt it was well worth the money. Good location.
All in all a good experience, however not for the first time traveller or families. This hotel is ultra modern, located in the heart of the oldest section of London. The rooms are average size with a full selection of amenities, including mini bar, plush terry robes, stereo and satellite TV. This hotel would best accomodate the business traveller as closet space and places to put clothes are at a minimum.