Haymarket Hotel

1 Suffolk Place, London, England, SW1Y 4BP, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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Chocolate Riots!

A travel blog entry by matt_haz on Nov 12, 2014

Day 12: November 12th

After a rough night of harry tossing and turning we rose nice and early to the sound of my alarm. It was 2.30 and the start to a big day. As we started our decent south back towards London we decided to take the scenic drive back down. But of course this wasn't really a good idea due to the fact that it was still …

Day 5 London

A travel blog entry by jblackley


... stone which enabled the translation of Egyptian hieroglyphics.

We headed back to South Kensington and went to the Natural History Museum which is a very spectacular building. By this time the crowds were really out and we had to line up for about 20 minutes before we could even get in the door. This museum is very popular with families so there were kids everywhere. When we got inside we found ourselves in another queue to ...

Photo frenzy in London

A travel blog entry by gengibar

... with an album of the same name. Now to the locals, Abbey Road is fairly unremarkable. In fact it is rather a curse, as it is a busy street that runs through St Johns Wood, and the poor drivers are often held up at the zebra crossing while tourists take turns to pose for photographs. But if you love the Beatles and you happen to be in London, you really cannot resist paying your respects to this humble icon.

Ye Old London Town

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey


... As Mikey said, this Nelson must have been one helluva guy to have all this just for him!! Hundreds if not thousands of people congregate here (it is so much busier than I remember, and with a population of over 8 million PLUS tourists, I guess it shouldn’t be a surprise), plus buskers entertaining the troops. It’s a true people watching spot. Mum told us that one of the first things she would do upon returning to London would be a coffee in the cafe in the crypt at St ...

Arriving and settling in

A travel blog entry by kayla.storm

... asked if I was lost. I eventually lugged all of my bags to check in and then walked another few blocks to 13 Manson Place, Flat 10B, my home for the next couple of months. The area we are living in, South Kensington, is home to the British Royalty as well so there is a quiet hours rule that goes into effect at 11 pm every night and all the pubs close. We are living in an extremely nice part of town. Since arriving yesterday, I have already gone to a pub for a drink ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Piccadilly area of London, is near London Bridge and the Monument, Trafalgar Square, St. Martin-in-the-Fields Church, and Haymarket Theatre Royal.
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    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding