Hilton London Docklands

265 Rotherhithe Street, London, England, SE16 5HW, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $137.00
 

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... and then onto the ground where we all had turns sitting in the bosses chair and where the subs sit. We were hoping to go to Wembley stadium however that is closed till later in the month, however this was just as good. Got home just in time to watch the quarter final World Cup game and then after dinner we went to M&M World. It is the worlds largest candy store so you can imagine that their were 3 boys in ...

7th June. Shopping at Borough Markets

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... br>
We also passed the Hop Exchange…………fan cy calling a building a Hop Exchange , but
apparently it’s to do with beer making……couldn’t resist a photo of the sign.








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Day 15

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... makes 6 and the score to get something was 4 and we got past four and the guy said you went on different boards so you didn't win. after that we looked around and when we looked around we stared heading back and it started to rain. When we got closer to the train station it was belting with rain and our coats were wet and also our shoes and socks! When we got to the hotel room we went to ...

Do I actually have to leave the flat?

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... out of my room (this can be a real life challenge as Larry often drapes himself on my couch and Claire crawls into my bed....) Life can be tough.

Other than this, I had a whatsapp convo with Faraaz in Saudi and Nomin in Mongolia. God I miss all my friends. I hope I make some good new ones soon.

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Lovely London

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Today was the day that Vicky mums friend took us on an adventure . So we went to have buffet ,then the first thing that we did is got the train and walked to Buckingham palace . When we got there we looked over the fence and we saw that the flag was up at the palace so the queen was there ( it was cold and rainy day ) . We also saw that her light were on and the guards were in a big. Line then they came out of the ...

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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the South Bank/Bankside area of London, is near Museum in Docklands, Hammersmith, Canada Place Mall, and Canary Wharf Tower.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hilton London Docklands

    Loved It

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    Excellent Hotel and Budget friendly! Breakfast too good ! The rooms are nice.

    Have become a regular

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    I have stayed here 3 times now (2 adults & 2 children) We have stayed in a family riverview room each time which i have requested on the online booking details. Each time i have rung the hotel before arrival to check i have been allocated the room i want and each time,although they have allocated me a different room, when i point out my booking request made online they always accomodate me in the room i want. (Just a point to beware of if you want a particular room/view check with the hotel before arrival to avoid disappointment. The staff are very helpful)

    Not in the Docklands & not really up to Hilton Standards

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    Stayed for one night in early March 04. Despite it's name it is not situated in the Docklands but on the other side of the river Thames in the "middle of nowhere". Cost 2 GBP to get across via a "water taxi". In the evening, it took half an hour by taxi to get from Docklands to the hotel (no water taxi, tunnels closed). Rooms are cheaply furnished - more like a 2-star Ibis than a Hilton. Outdated phones, so no modem access from hotel rooms. After 11 p.m. it took ages before somebody picked up the phone at reception. Average breakfast buffet. However, the restaurant was not clean with leftovers lying under the table. There are dozens of hotels in London that offer more for much less.

    Nice, but not very nice

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    We booked the winter special for two nights(total GBP 140). The first room they gave us was located in the side building on the 6th floor with an excellent view. But it smelled like a Cuban tobacco factory and the carpet was quite dirty. As a HH Gold member I expected at least to get the non smoking room I booked. The friendly person at the front desk switched us to a new room in the main building which was modern, nice, clean and gave us lots of space. The winter offer we book had breakfast and one dinner included. The breakfast was outstanding, really a 5 star choice. The dinner buffet also offered a wide selection of food, but the serving temperature of the food was to low. The shuttle bus needs only 5 minutes to/from the tube station (if you can get a seat..). A 4star hotel (no mini bar) with very friendly staff which is still close enough to the major attractions of London to choose it as a home base for a trip. A Pub is across the street.

    Loved the friendly staff

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    Stayed here for one night in February 2004. Room was clean and spacious and our standard double room even included a small view of the Thames.

    Fine place

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    Stayed here for six nights in February 2004. Room was fine (very clean and reasonably spacious), room service is 24 hours, the Terrace Restaurant is fine (the Traders Bistro was closed for renovations while we were there), the staff was very helpful, and the shuttle to the nearby Underground station (runs every 15 minutes) was very useful.

    Only minor quibble is that they kept getting the bill wrong--putting charges on there that were incorrect (and which they quickly removed once I pointed them out). Beware: in-room phone charges are outrageous.

    Great Location

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    We booked a 2 day break in a de-luxe river view room. Cost on the net was £105 GBP per night including breakfast both days and evening meal on the first night.

    Fantastic Breakfast

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    Good hotel, but fantastic breakfast. Sure its not cheap but the range and quality of food on offer is amazing. Name any breakfast product from the British Isles and its on offer here. Haggis, Kippers, Porriage, Welsh sausages, potato cakes, white pudding, black pudding, plus all the usual cooked breakfast fare. The best start to a days sightseeing in London!

    Very friendly and quiet hotel

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    Been visiting this hotel for 3 years - every week. Great views of Canary Wharf and nice and quiet. Not much good for 'London nightlife' though unless you want to travel quite a bit!

    Great views

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    London Hilton Docklands. I'm staying in this hotel for some 7 years (mainly business, 30 nights a year at least), formerly known as the Holiday Inn Nelson Dock, before that Scandic Crown.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hilton London Docklands

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good