BEST WESTERN Mornington Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Adjoining Rooms
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Mornington Hotel London
Comfortable room in prime location near Lancaster Gate Underground. Breakfast was good.
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... and an important place of having fun and dancing on the floors to burn it! The Britannia whichhas great staff and beer to serve the customers are best places to hang out while in London. This brewery was built in 1834. The Windsor castle is built in the Campenhill Road, Imperial college bars and A-Z pub-crawl are other important placers that can be visited in London.The most important thing about Whits it is pert friendly which means you can carry your al ...
... for the walk but it is free and well worth it.
9. DO NOT: Splash out on your London accommodation.
It is nice to treat yourself to a getaway in a prestigious and exclusive hotel but, in London, there are so many low key hotels who provide a beautiful room, breakfast and a cozy environment for half of the price! Not only that, but they will be in the same areas as the luxury hotels and will also have access to public transport for you to ...
... drawn to it.
Continuing to Upper Street, I began to find more of the "cooler boutiques" I was expecting. There were still high street chains like Benefit, Reiss, and Ben Sherman but somehow they had a bit of a more urban vibe mixed with the architecture and across from an old lit up movie theatre. When I peaked into an alley is when I really found them. I found an African Waistcoat company,Fat Cat, Gorilla Perfumes and the beloved ...
... other groups being guided around the darkened narrow streets. Our tour even finished outside a local barbers shop called "Jack the Clipper." If your after a some gruesome stories and aren't to queazy in the guts Google me old chap "Jack the Ripper." My friends laughed at me when I watched the last royal wedding. I don't mind a bit of blue blood history which was why Buckingham Palace was a must see for me. At 11.30 each day there is a ceremony to change the guards used to ...
... wedding just happened here as well as the coronation of and burials of so many kings and queens. There are memorials EVERYWHERE. Every space is used and it spans 1000 years ish.
Charles Darwin, Sir Issac Newton and Chaucer are buried here along with so many kings and queens and great poets. To think that I touched the tomb that holds the body of Queen Elizabeth I is crazy, along with her sister ...