Coppid Beech Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCoppid Beech Hotel Bracknell
This hotel has four stars but its well past its best. The pool/sauna area (Waves) is a fungus invested, bacteria breeding zone and should be condemed !
Rooms cleean and tidy but the rest of the hotel is souless and dreary.
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... Even when we got on the subway(tube) I was still overprotective. When we first got on the subway there was about 5 people on it but every stop more and more people got on. I'm sitting in the corner protecting our luggage. My dad somehow gets my attention and says that we get off in 3 stops. I panicked... There are about 8 people in the way of the door. Think Alex...think ok...4 roller bags have to get through 8 people, how in the world is ...
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... into the background. But as Liam and I left the tube station and emerged smack dab in front of the Houses of Parliament, his gasp of astonishment brought back to me the sense of excitement that the building evokes. We began our star studded tour along the Thames, crossing over by Embankment station to catch a glimpse of the London Eye. We then made our way down the South Bank.
Our first stop was the Tate Modern Art Gallery, where we took in the free permanent exhibition. ...
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... the correct bus stop and a little wait for the bus to arrive. The bus takes longer than the underground but we are tired and have time before our room is ready so we are happy to sit and watch this part of the city go by... it's more of a residential, non-touristy area on this southwest side of London that we travel through.
Back at the hotel, our room is ready. We have over an hour to rest, shower and dress for the rest of the afternoon and evening. ...