No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Corbigoe Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
TravelPod Member ReviewsCorbigoe Hotel London
The stay was ok the room was big and the staff was helpful
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Corbigoe Hotel London
Travel Blogs from London
... Venice, London, Barcelona,
Best Towns: Sarlat - France, Bath - England, Czesky Krumlov – Czech Republic, Dubrovnik – Czech Republic, Avignon - France, Siena – Italy, Bruges – Belgium, Obidos - Portugal
Best Villages: L’Isle du Sur Sourges – France, St Jean Pied de Paul – France, Cinque Terre – ...
... the Mayflower was moored before setting sail first to Plymouth, and then on to The New World. The pub was old, and inside was dark, close, and intense with very old documents framed on the walls, and quotes of famous people from the 17th, and 18th centuries on the wall. We sat out on the deck, built right out over the river, with the splashing and sloshing about two feet below our feet, and a sign that gave a warning to be aware that feet and belongings ...
... Jenny and Jenn got a coffee and we were off. After seeing Trafalgar square we headed for Piccadilly Circus to see both the square and statue. It is very nice but as it is likened to Times Square, it is somewhat less grandiose. Having said that it is still impressive and clean which is a great aspect. From here we ventured towards the Wellington Arch for some pictures and to see the end of the cavalry march (completely by chance!). From here ...
... the security gate, a tall man walked up to us, smiling, and had a bag in his hand. Before he went through security, he wanted to get rid of a few things that he couldn't take with him. He offered them to Ron! Wine! Portuguese sardines! Bonus! Aren't you glad you saw me off, Ron and Sheila! I certainly am - as I loved being seen off in such style by the two of you. Looking forward to our next visit already. It seems too ...
... Trafalgar Square we went on a mission to find a place to eat. Something that we learned about London is that it is really hard to find a pub that serves food on a Saturday evening. Sure there are lots of restaurants, but we were really in the mood for some British pub food. We kept walking into pubs only to be turned away because the kitchen was closed. On our adventure to find a pub to eat at, we ran into a group of Waldos which was ...