Hilton Maidstone

Address: Bearsted Road, Maidstone, Kent, England, ME14 5AA, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Bearsted Road, Maidstone, is near Leeds Castle, Chislehurst Caves, Russian Submarine, and North Downs Way National Trail.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hilton Maidstone

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Maidstone

A Long Man and Leeds Castle

A travel blog entry by ian.case on Jan 11, 2015

5 photos

... or perhaps a hiker with two trek poles). It was original cut into the turf by ??? but the Victorians replaced the lines with white bricks so that the outside is easier to see. The muddy path towards the figure went beside the road and up and across a farmers paddock. A closer look meant that some of the figure was hidden by the grass tuffets on the hill. After the family photo using the selfie stick we walked back down the hill and along the road to avoid the mud. Nevertheless we ...

Pieces Falling Into Something New

A travel blog entry by londonmummy on Jul 25, 2014

... fabulous! Well this new chapter looks like it's what I had planned. I intend to cycle to the job so that's 35-50 miles a week, which will start to address the exercise deficit. Now need to turn my attention to three other gaps: the friends I've neglected; the cultural wasteland that is my soul; and my distinct lack of interest in sex, which I think will be turned around by recent events and certainly resolved by working and exercising ... roll on September ...

C and C, or How we spent our summer in Europe

A travel blog entry by pratthor on Jun 06, 2014

2 comments, 22 photos

... the old town of Split. Our tour guide was a very knowledgeable teacher from Split who was thorough but reasonably quick. The original city was built by a Roman emperor Diocletian for his retirement palace, after abdicating the leadership role around 300 AD. The palace was a large square with four gates, set in the middle of each side. There were a several building within the palace walls which were converted in Catholic Churches after the Roman era ended. Much of the Roman gods ...

London Day 3

A travel blog entry by renee_nick_2014 on Apr 09, 2014

5 photos

Well we thought the last two days were packed but we were wrong, they were relaxing days compared to today. First up the London Eye - London's most visited tourist attraction. Every full rotation earns the owner £10,500 so every day he earns £250,000. Had some awesome 360 degree views of the city. Next was a Thames River Boat cruise were we had lunch as we floated down the Thames towards Tower Bridge were we got ...

The Final Two Days

A travel blog entry by monroefischer on Jan 01, 2014

2 comments, 23 photos

... and had travelled all over the country by train I had discovered that I cannot ride backwards, so I was careful to pick a seat that would face forwards. This was the train to Gatwick, the other main London airport, but not as many people boarded as I had expected.

We pulled out of Victoria and into steady rain. The weather report had mentioned possible flooding for the south, so I was hoping the forecasters had been incorrect. No such luck. After just ...

Traveler Photos Hilton Maidstone

Tony enjoying a glass of "wife beater"
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Tony's 16oz T-bone steak dinner
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Sunny courtyard
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