Holiday Inn Express London- Southwark
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express London- Southwark
The locals say Suthuck but the street is spelled Southwark. We just went with it. Free WiFi in the lobby and an excellent breakfast layout.
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... home as we had to pack and catch a train to Stansted Airport where the hotel we were staying in that night was located. It took about one hour to get there on an express train which wasn't too bad. It was £30.00 return each which is about $60.00 each. We had an early flight to Marrakech, Morocco booked for the next day.
We stayed at a hotel called the Premier Inn. We had a really nice dinner there before retiring early. We had to set our alarm for 3.45am. ...
... being extortionate to the point of ridiculousness but it didn’t seem to spoil it and a good night was had by all. I didn’t get away without the Mr & Mrs quiz which was forfeited with some shots of water and some Sambuca, roulette, oh dear it really was a punishment!! Rich of course can never give a straight up answer, what’s his favorite dinner, Christmas dinner, I mean as if you are going to cook ...
... channels. The accommodations also have phones and desks.
Facilities at the Devonshire Hotel
Spanning over three floors the check in time in the hotel is at two in the afternoon and the check-out time is eleven in the morning. You need to have a credit card or a cash deposit when you check in. Also any government issued ID is needed. Children below five can say free and can occupy the parent’s room. You are however not allowed to bring ...
... in the region presents to the halt simply as the Paddington. London Paddington is in the core of East bourne Terrace, Praed Street and Bishops Bridge Road. The Underground rail has four ways in at the station, counting Bakerloo, Hammersmith and Circle. The rail stop is close to the Bayswater areas and Marylebone of the city and easily situated near Hyde Park, the Serpentine and Regents Canal.
The main Rail Line Attraction
... an unnecessarily arduous antiquated process and quite frankly, this might be one of those occasions where it would be worth the extra dosh in commissioning one of those agencies who sort it all out for you.....maybe!
On the plus side, as the visit to the Visa Office didn't take as long as we'd anticipated we had an afternoon to spare - every cloud has a silver lining (I LOVE ...