Lindal Hotel

2 Hindes Rd, Harrow, Middlesex, England, HA1 1SJ, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2 Hindes Rd, Harrow, is near Wembley Stadium Tours, Wembley Arena Pavilion, Chiswick, and Clapham.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsLindal Hotel Harrow

    Reviewed by georgiacbsmith

    Tiny, Ridiculously Expensive and Unhelpful

    Reviewed Aug 16, 2011
    by (4 reviews) London , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Not only was the room a box with an awful TV and no conveniences to think of, but the receptionist was awful - I was ringing the bell for a solid 5 minutes before he wandered in from another room to let me in. The place was dirty, there was no extension cord so everything, including the kettle, had to sit on the floor, and there was no space to move. There were even someone else's clothes in the wardrobe!

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Lindal Hotel Harrow

    1.50 of 5 stars Poor
     

    Travel Blogs from Harrow

    Arriving London Heathrow

    A travel blog entry by pamhislop56 on Apr 26, 2014

    6 photos

    ... of people out and about, jogging, cycling, passing long boats moored, interesting little places, apartments along the way...always something different. At times a bit grubby with litter and trashed buildings etc, but still a v pleasant walk and soon into the large V Park with huge open expanses of lawn, games of cricket in progress, kids playing, cycling, beautiful large trees in blossom (lantern like ) and most likely chestnut... Hawthorn and blossom, silver birch etc..all with ...

    The Scots Man and the Girl from Minesota

    A travel blog entry by maggiekathleen on Jan 23, 2014

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    ... biding his time until he had to go to sleep, because tomorrow morning he was going to his interview to determine wether or not he qualified for an American marriage visa. He told us about how he met his girlfriend at a beach resort while they were both on separate vacations. He was tired and hungover form going out the night before with his friends, and stayed behind when they went out. While he was relaxing in the hotel he called his mom ...

    A Taste Of The Blitz

    A travel blog entry by lucyando on Oct 23, 2013

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    ... about halfway through I suddenly felt incapable of staying awake - the super early morning had caught up with me. Despite the amazing show happening in front of me, my eyes just did not care. They wanted to be closed. First time in my life I actually had to fight to stay awake, but I made it through the end of the show, the walk to the tube, the ride to Swiss Cottage, the walk to the hostel and the climb into the top bunk, then I was out like a ...

    The Otts Conquer London

    A travel blog entry by jotty on Sep 15, 2013

    4 comments, 24 photos

    ... from St Pauls that was funny.

    The most exciting thing was to catch up with Jodi's cousins the Batemans. They have always lived overseas or in Canberra so our catch ups haven't been that often but it was by sheer chance we had a one day overlap with Ross, Susan, Beth and Annaleise and Christina being in London. Now the last time that we had seen them together was for my Uncle's 70th about 7 years ago and before that I can't remember.



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    London by bus

    A travel blog entry by barbo on Jul 16, 2013

    30 photos

    ... of Queen Elizabeth. On an entirely different note, the impressive Tower of London comes into view. This was a castle founded towards the end of 1066 as part of the Norman Conquest. The White Tower (also built with stone from Caen where we stayed in Normandy) which gives the entire castle its name, was built by William the Conqueror in 1078, and was a resented symbol of oppression, inflicted upon London by the new ruling elite. The castle was used as a prison ...