Holiday Inn Express London - Dartford
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Express London - Dartford
Travel Blogs from Dartford
... It was wonderful to spend some time with this delightful couple, and for me to get to know them both better, as our meetings have previously been more fleeting. On Monday, Angie cooked a wonderful traditional English breakfast, with the full works, in the galley kitchen. This delicious and hearty start set us up nicely for the longish journey to Brighton, Angie and Colin piloting us to the M4. George has managed somehow to negotiate the English motorways (M roads), the A, B and ...
... of schooling is aimed at specialising in subjects where there is a shortage of skills. These include: Engineering, Manufacturing, Health Sciences, Product Design, Digital Technologies, Built Environment. The UTC's work closely with a university, local employers and industry partners.
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... from the most expensive in 5 star hotels to the cheapest street foods. Moreover, London has a distinct pub culture, which it has been able to maintain till now.
Enjoy the Cultural Offerings: I simply love to watch theatre and in London, I can find so much choice. Moreover West End is near Notting Hill and I find it easy to go there from hotels in Notting Hill. The theatres of the city are simply exquisite but my favourite is the ...
... was beautiful, the city looked like a night full of shiny stars and being at the top of the eye made me feel like I was on top of the world, I think school students would definitely enjoy this and they could go in the capsule with a couple of friends in each.
After it was finished ...
... giving a speech how this is how real 30 year old men look like. What a goofy man. Instead of the tour, we followed the advice of some wonderful ladies and went to Campton Market. It was a little north of town on the Northern Line. First it started out as a typical market with tshirts and hats and random tourist thing. I wasn't too impressed even though I bought a hat. I was up for exploring so we kept walking down the street. I saw a arts and craft sign and crossed ...