Premier Inn Hayes Heathrow

Address: 362 Uxbridge Road, Hayes, Middlesex, England, UB4 0HF, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 362 Uxbridge Road, Hayes, is near Southall, Stockley Park Golf Course, Agua Bathhouse Spa, and Jealous Health Club.
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      Travel Blogs from Hayes

      Hammersmith Bridge to Kingston

      A travel blog entry by twovines on Oct 19, 2014

      15 photos

      ... Charles Dickens novel, Nicholas Nickleby. Also the site of poet Alexander Pope's home at Twickenham. Next door, we should be able to see Strawberry Hill, a neo-Gothic creation which has attracted some ridicule over the years. Somehow we manage to completely miss it - we blame the trees - the foliage is particularly thick just here! As the river bends southwards we pass a boundary stone, placed here in 1909 as the dividing point between the controlling navigation authorities of the Port ...

      London 7/9/14

      A travel blog entry by elainemcclure on Sep 07, 2014

      3 photos

      LONDON 7/9/14 Today we have a free day. We walked through Kensington Gardens and caught a bus to Madam Tussauds, then on to the Tower of London to see the Crown Jewels. It was like the blind leading the blind as none of us knew which mode of transport was best. Then we found out much of the tube was out of service today for maintenance!!!!! The Crown Jewels were absolutely magnificent, I always wanted to be Royal, maybe ...

      London Bridges, falling down?

      A travel blog entry by kimjasiak on Aug 12, 2014

      20 photos

      ... the Tower of London and how it was indeed a fortress for the monarchy. This person was very informed and entertaining in describing the purpose of the different Towers. How the Kings had animals there that are now in the London Zoo (lions, kangaroos, monkeys, etc.), that was the location of prisoners upon decision of execution, and then the final burial in crypt onsite where the body was carried post beheading on hill across the way. Also, once ...

      Windsor Castle

      A travel blog entry by kerrilyn on Jul 01, 2014

      13 photos

      ... the statues and whatnots.

      Next we entered the building displaying Queen Mary’s dollhouse. This was brilliant! It was a large dollhouse designed to be a palace on its own. All the furnishing were just like a miniature palace and there was even electricity and plumbing hooked up! It was probably about as tall, if not taller than Eli. Any girl would love to have had a dollhouse like that! I was quite disgusted when I found out it was only a ...

      Abbey Road, Big Ben and Father Thames

      A travel blog entry by ericandpaula on May 18, 2014

      1 comment, 38 photos

      ... how lovely the cruise on the Thames was. I have grown up seeing these places on tv but I know for a fact that the cameras simply cannot do justice to these magnificent buildings. Big Ben is a total marvel and to hear him chime, well, it was quite something. And to cruise down the river in front of Parliament-I didn't know just how beautiful that building is. Then you have the London Eye (we have not ridden it yet), the aquarium, the naval warships, ...