London Visitors Hotel

Address: 42-44 Holland Road, London, England, W14 8BB, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the Knightsbridge/Earl's Court/Kensington area of London, is near Leighton House Museum and Art Gallery, Linley Sambourne House, Holland Park Opera, and Urban Outfitters.
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        Travel Blogs from London

        Spoilt by a Good Friend

        A travel blog entry by anlnewby on Sep 17, 2015

        We started the day after a little lie in this morning. We then headed to the near by post shop to pick up the rugby tickets. Adam was pretty excited and opened the box straight away. We then made our way into the city centre and found the place to pick up our London passes. We decided to do a walking tour and met them close to where we were. On the way we found a small coffee shop that looked pretty good. Their looks were not deceiving ...

        Big day in London

        A travel blog entry by jrvl_au on Sep 01, 2015

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        ... to find out), so your homework assignment today is to find out if she was in or not. Either way, she didn’t invite us in for tea which I felt was a bit rude :) Surrounding the palace are lovely ornamental gates from current and former lands of the realm - Australia, Canada, West Africa … I’m sure there were others but those are the ones I saw at the time. There’s a lot of significance embodied in every detail of the palace and ...

        London

        A travel blog entry by chuckjeanfl on Jun 27, 2015

        12 photos

        ... buried there...several kings, Charles Dickens, Charles Darwin, CS Lewis, Jane Austen, Geoffrey Chaucer, Isaac Newton, Handel, Laurence Olivier and a whole lot of people most never heard of. Some had simple inscriptions in stone while others had very elaborate statues or monuments. The coronation of every English monarch since the 1300s has taken place here. And in more recent history, the wedding of Prince William and Kate. Unfortunately, no photos ...

        Advice on Individual Rights in Europe

        A travel blog entry by sean_emily on May 30, 2015

        2 photos

        ... unnecessarily complicated.

        Hauled water jugs from the ground floor up to the top of the building where the AIRE Centre is. Honestly, this was enjoyable. So few physical tasks throughout the day. I’ve been taking fewer and shorter breaks as I am increasingly immersed in the work. I really want the best for my client and I can’t help but obsess a bit about the language and information I am putting into the advice document. It’s a hard balance to make: ...

        Tea for Two

        A travel blog entry by kerflumpy on May 27, 2015

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        ... okay in our normal clothes. But we felt more comfortable because we were wearing nice clothes. It was bad enough carrying a backpack like a tourist.)

        So anyway, we looked at the menu, and yes, their Afternoon Tea was what we had in mind. Nearly 40GBP, but we asked if we could share, and the receptionist said yes, you can share if you want to, so we went in. It was lovely. We chose the variety of tea (No 18, the Georgian Blend - it tasted just like ...