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We got into Heathrow at 5.00am. Both of us were a bit groggy, and bumbled through the usual UK Border Security and then got our bags. We then looked around for customs expecting someone to ask to check our bags - and then we somehow found ourselves on the other side. Neither of us spotted anyone vaguely interested in doing the bag-check bit. I …
Early rise today because we're still on Aussie time so got down for brekkie and scoffed more croissants (we needed the energy!) then set out for a Big Bus Tour Of London.. Open top bus in the freezing cold. Great!! Waited an hour for a bus with other disgruntled foreigners!!! And thick tour guide operators but we got there eventually and set off.< …
Went to London for 3 consecutive years for trainings and conference. Manage to squeeze in some sightseeing. Went with different companies each time though, so the experience is different.
My first visit was for a conference. It was my first ever trip abroad in my adult life. I went with my mom and a friend of hers. I stayed there for 4 …
... and/or subtle and/or clever placement of creative street art is a fun challenge, and i record what i can through the camera lens. By the time i reach Sclater street, the quality and self respect of the street stalls has dipped noticeably, but i stop in front of a stall displaying a variety of burlap sacks used for shipping coffee beans. A helpful handwritten sign lists the numerous uses one could make of a burlap sack, though i am disappointed that they've left ...
... up close and personal and get some good photos. We walked along the river took a photo with a fake solider man but continued to the London bridge, tower bridge and along the way stopped at the clique dungeon. It seemed like a good idea at the time to go in but it was really informative and gave a great overview of the history of law and punishments in early London. The dungeon was from the late 1100 to late 1800s which was really interesting how ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Holiday Villa London
Delighted to stay there!
I would like to thank management and the staff very much for the support that Holiday Villa gave to our project.
We really appreciate the help-the exhibition people who stayed there found the staff most helpful and food delicious!
We were delighted with the dinner which the hotel management helped us to hold after the opening of the exhibition and we appreciate that we were given extremelyreasonable rates, and the dinner was exactly what we needed!
So just pack and that is the right place to have a good time in London!
MS Waveney Jenkins 'Spirit of Wood'
The Pavillion was a part of a vacation package that I had purchased from gotoday. Unfortunately, it wasn't as elegant as we thought it would be. Basically, the hotel looked shabby--a hole in the wall. We were extremely disappointed, even though we knew that we wouldn't spend our entire trip in the hotel. As in most hotels in Europe, the rooms were extremely small. There were no automatic doors at the entrance; we had to use a key to open the room door; the doors were to flimsy; the elevator was extremely small, the walls were paper thin; the window curtains had some stains; extremely small bathroom (under the faucet needed to be cleaned: I'm germaphobic, so I cleaned it with my antispectic). The positive things: In spite of the faucet, the bathroom and room were cleaned during our two night stay; the staff was friendly; and good location: it was near Bayswater and Queensway tubes, Hyde and Kenningston Park, shopping area. I hope to go to London again, but I will never stay in this hotel again. We walked by a beautiful Sheraton Hotel, which on the opposite side of town, and it's on the same block as the Hard Rock Cafe.
After having read the reviews posted, I dreaded what awaited us; however, we were greeted by a friendly and helpful staff and a clean room. Granted, the rooms are not made for those with a lot of baggage, but were what we paid for- a bed, shower, and a darn good view. It helped that we brought only two carry-on bags with us, and we did not have much pf a space issue, but to those who like to bring the kitchen sink, beware- not a lot of floor space. I got bit by something (ant, mosquito- something little) during the night, and we (discretely) brought this to the staff's attention. They moved us to a new room immediately, with profuse apologies, and we had no problems after that.
Excellent hotel and great staff
The hotel is excellent and specially the staff is great. I just got home from London and wish I was still there. Just keep doing what you are doing. Staff is indeed helpful and friendly.The great little room "507" at the top of the building and the scenario from the room was extremely eye catching and could not ask better than that.
Hope to visit the hotel once again for my stay in London and I would personally recommend to stay there and make your journey as well as your stay fabulous.
This hotel was adequate in some ways, less than adequate in others. The biggest problem was the lack of hot water on most days--which the staff always assured us was just a temporary problem. One day they told us to run the water for ten minutes till it got hot, but it never did. We ended up taking showers in the late afternoon, since there was never any hot water in the morning no matter how early we got up. In addition, the pool was closed during Xmas week, which was annoying and unexpected.
This holiday will not be repeated
3 stars is NOT correct: impossibly small room with no bureau, tiny closet (which would not fit our 2 suitcases) & could barely walk when the suitcases were on the floor. hardly ever had hot water for showers . . 20-30% of our tries were successful & we tried morning & night. not very clean (we found items of last tenant on floor) & questionably clean blanket & bedspread. The staff was pleasant & tried to be helpful with shower & room heat issues. Manager was completely unavailable to speak with, despite a number of tries. Location was good & breakfast was adequate but would never stay there again. (where did they get the photo of the room I saw online?) other guests concurred rooms are small. of 4 I saw ours was by far the tiniest.
Represented as a 3 1/2 star hotel? At least the 1/2 star is correct!
The room was small, but that is ok because we only sleep there anyway.
For £50 a night for a twin ensuite room (online deal) and free breakfast, this hotel was about its money. Breakfast was not bad -- croissant, cereal, muesli, and meat or cheese (the coffee was terrible, but that's universal in England -- stick with tea).
Inexpensive London Hotel, Great Location, Excellent Food
We stayed here last year as part of a ... vacation. It's a fairly inexpensive hotel, but the staff was great. Our original room was way too small (no closet, no room for our luggage) but the staff immediately upgraded us to a larger room. We stayed a few days beyond our package deal and were then upgraded to a marvelous room with double bed and lovely street view. The Malaysian restaurant on premises was a delight. The continental breakfast included in the room price was very adequate. The hotel is situated just a short walk from several tube stops and the Bayswater area is full of ethnic restaurants and historic pubs. Only one block from Hyde Park. We'd definitely recommend this hotel for the budget-conscious traveler!