Premier Inn Watford Centre
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Photos of Premier Inn Watford Centre
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Premier Inn Watford Centre
Travel Blogs from Watford
... ourselves out in Griffondor or Slytherin themed clothing! We timed our tour finishing with getting Andy to Stevenage station just in time to catch his train up to Manchester, parting ways for a week whilst he does some work and we enjoy seeing family and friends. The boys and I headed East on the M25 and thanks to sat nav found Suzanne's new house in Westcliff-on-sea with no problem. It was so lovely to see her ...
... Palace, Big Ben, Houses of Parliament etc. My first stop was Buckingham Palace; it was early in the day and I was pumped to see as much of the city as I could. I saw signs for "Buckingham Palace the Royal Mews" and paid £18, equal to $30.74, for the tour. Well, of course I didn't know what "The Mews" meant... it sounded like a normal, royal term so I didn't think twice. I assume most of you know that it actually means: "combined stables, carriage ...
... on the other side of the airport.
The Wi-Fi in this place is also not cool. You only get forty-five minutes of it and even if you aren't using it, it still counts down. I would be on the internet for about five minutes and then close it to do something off-line and I would be wasting time. I did find out, though, that as long as you use ...
... tells me to "teach him some manners" on my way out. We end up just going to a "London equivalent of Starbucks" (right next door to a real Starbucks, mind you). I tell Jimmy about the ordeal with the shop owner, to which he relates his own constructive criticisms of the man.
We then enter the Angel office for our all-day meeting. Here's a word or two about the office itself: It's ultra-modern. That's the only description I could think of. It's like we walked into ...
... photo which might help you to understand. It happens all over in nature.
Enough of mathematics and Covent Garden. It was getting late, we wanted some tea, so we headed back towards Leicester Square. We found a restaurant called Brown's which looked very good, so we went in and ordered Afternoon Tea. The food was similar looking to that at Fortnum and Mason, but the cups and teapot were heavy, inexpensive crockery as opposed to fine bone china, ...