Hilton London Canary Wharf
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The first day was very uneventful. I only wanted to make sure I didn't fall asleep from the jet lag so I made myself walk around the canary wharf area. I didn't get to Uncle Chip's hotel room until around 2:30 anyways but by 5:30 I was ready to pass out. So I made myself walk around. Met up with Chip around 7:30 and we …
Synopsis: Long but comfy journey through Chicago/R's phone lost/broken computer at theatre=free tickets/home with the Canaries
Highlight!! The Adventure to get tickets to "Wicked" - Free!!
Arrived at hotel about 8 a.m. and slept for 6 hours! Hopped the Tube to Leistersquare to 1/2 price ticket booth for tickets to Wicked - …
... sidestreets. "Obá, obá, obáaa!" I arrive at the theater on time, but hot and sweaty. I am quickly seated, and check my mail through the free wi-fi. I frown as i read a reaction from Julia to my latest post; she is in a somewhat sour mood at work following a move from a closed office to a central, open air location. In my second extravagant gesture of the day, i quickly order delivery of a vase of lilies to her from a website, with a card reading "an infusion ...
... at about 7pm (24 hours after setting off) then sat eating our last blow out meal and opening mountains of post.
I was devastated to be returning a month early at first but I can honestly say it feels so good to be home. Sleeping in our bed with normal pillows is ace, and also a proper cup of tea - amazing! We will return to finish off Chile and start Argentina next time.......
This trip has been so brilliant. It was a completely different experience from our ...
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Complete breakfast in Exec lounge and ability to get into room at great Easter rates made this visit very very good
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This hotel is only 4 months old and is the newest property in the group for Hilton in the UK. At 14 floors high it is right next door to South Quays DLR station.
I booked this hotel as a Hilton gold card member. It was our 27th anniversary w/e (which I mentioned in advance) and we were upgraded plus we received complimentary champagne at the first night's dinner. The hotel is almost brand-new and the staff were simply delightful. They went out of their way for us and we had such a great time.
A perfect stay
Hilton have done very well with this brand new hotel, bringing modern, stylish yet comfortable design to the large guestrooms. The location couldn't be better - right next to the South Quay DLR station (15 minutes to the City) and a very short walk to the shops, bars and offices at Canary Wharf. There is absolutely nothing I can complain about regarding my stay. If I really had to dig I'd say that there should have been more hooks in the bathroom for hanging towels on, but honestly everything else was just perfect. My expectations were high before arriving, and generally these expectations were exceeded. Despite the hotel's distance from the West End and the tourist sights of London, I'd definitely consider staying here for a leisure break.
Great stay - v. spacious rooms
Having read the reviews on Tripadvisor we booked a two night stay over the August bank holiday, travelling with a baby and a toddler. The room was extremely spacious and our request for a rollaway bed and a cot were ready and waiting in our room (no extra charge). Immaculate room, modern and trendy furnishings, and excellent buffet breakfast! Service in the restaurant was excellent. The Canary Wharf shopping area is within a few minutes walk, and the hotel is right by the DLR. Got a great rate of £89 per night through Tripadvisor, which included breakfast and dinner on the first night. Would definitely stay again!
Wanted to take a weekend break in town, at a nice hotel with room service & fluffy robes. Went browsing online and found the Hilton at Canary Wharf - decent weekend deal including dinner on the first night and breakfast every morning, and I fancied the idea of wandering around the docks, cafes etc down there, and popping into Greenwich market on Sunday.
Hotel brand new, excellant room, makes your stay very comfortable. Steam room not in use or shower room both were out of order only sauna and gym in use, that was my only gripe.
Sue - Middlesbrough
Absolutely first class
We spent the night there last night in an (upgraded) junior suite. From the moment we entered the hotel, we were made to feel important and welcome. It's a really impressive place; a very modernistic feel to it. The room was great, on the 8th floor. I had been worried about noise coming from the adjoining Docklands Light Railway, but there was none. Every facility was on offer and the bed could have slept five! Nice bathroom too. The Executive Lounge was superb, up on the top (14th) floor with panoramic views of London. And you could get a free full cooked breakfast in there, which was a surprise. All in all, a great place to stay in London. Probably the best Hilton in the UK now (I've stayed in most of them!)
Wonderful new hotel
Just back from a two night stay at the hilton. This is a great hotel: the rooms are very spacious and modern; the staff are excellent; the breakfast is probably the best i've had anywhere in the world; and the location couldn't be better.
Hilton Canary Wharf is the newest hotel in London's Hilton stable and is excellent! Everything is brand new and since they were 4 weeks old, most teething troubles were already resolved.
my boyfriend and i stayed at the hilton canary wharf for 2 nights. the room was just the standard hilton guestroom but was great. large, very modern and lovely touches throughout such as complimentary bottled water and good quality toiletries. we got a deal for 90pound per night with dinner included on first night(which was great ) and breakfast on both days. i dont know how much a room costs by itself...you would be better to get a deal on there website. the breakfast was brilliant with the best variety i have ever seen(too much to list!) the staff were great too, very pleasant and helpful. there are shops around canary wharf and the station is anly about 2 or 3 minutes from hotel and you can get into oxford circus station in about 12 minutes. however keep in mind some thing do shut in canary wharf after business hours but most of the shops were open on the sunday. great hotel would definately reccomend it.