Regency House Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRegency House Hotel London
Spacious rooms with good room service, friendly staff, amazing food, nice location
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... school; centre for fire wardens in WWII; trade union offices. In the 1980s, left empty, it fell into disrepair.
Inhabited by squatters who used it as a music venue and social centre known as The Blue House it once again had a purpose. Local objectors led to the squatters' eviction and the building continued to decline until a campaign began to rescue the building and re-open it to the public again. Today it is ...
After taking good advantage of the free lounge I walk straight on to Flight VS 22. .... Maybe a tad wobbly but old habits die hard. I take my seat and Bully takes it upon himself to order a bottle of Champers which he duly shares ...... Good call!! Very early on in the flight the air hostess' come around asking what I want for dinner ...... G&T is my reply and ...
Continental breakfast was included every morning and the people in the hotel were very friendly and helpful. One older gentleman who reminded me of Manuel from Fawlty Towers served us every morning and was interested in what we were doing and gave us some good tips. They really made us feel at home. We got the HOHO bus from outside the hotel to Piccadily Circus then I wanted to go to Lillywhites a 5 storey sports store that was ...
... again and the boys went straight to the Lego store which we'd missed last week with Sally, adding a bit more weight to bring back in the suitcases for birthdays! With various bits of shopping done, we got the tube to Greenwich and went to the National Maritime Museum and did a quick march through the children's discovery section and upper floors before they closed at 5 and then wandered round the lower floors too. The best part for ...
... The different between the high street and the US main street is the sheer volume and chaos associated with it. It is a tourist attraction first and foremost. Oxford street is an experience all its own thanks to the number of flagship stores. It is also the mecca of fast fashion. No where else is there, what I like to call, such a large graveyard of fashion. Primark is the number one culprit. It sits monstrous just down from the Bond St tube ...