St. Giles Heathrow Hotel
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Hello, I am back with the story to tell. As well as the photos this time. It is about the Rip-off diner. Name of the establishment: Aahan Phathai, Wat Phrasing(With a big sign, but only in Thai letters. So foreigners usually cannot read it). Nature of the business:Daytime-only diner that serves rice with various topping(called Khao Laad Khane, in …
... a modern day production line with its associated logistics flows. For at least six months of the year the kitchens had to produce a continuous stream of hot meat dishes for King Henry VIII and his large entourage of nobility, courtiers etc. Probably over 70% of their tdiet was meat which was eaten at all times of the day. The annual purchase of meat products was some 7000 sheep, 2000 each of cattle and pigs and many thousand of game birds, ducks and ...
... Station was MUCH more relaxed than Victoria Station. We were not bumped or rushed or irritated. We meandered to the taxis and were met by a boisterous bald cabby out of a Guy Ritchie movie. Once again, we were talking about the unseasonable snow, our honeymoon, his planned trip to Egypt, and his dislike of the expensive Paris hotels. He's only been across the channel to Europe proper once, as a schoolboy he went on a class trip to Amsterdam and got in ...
In departure lounge now sat at our gate (4) waiting for the EY012 to Abu Dhabi! Arriving at 20.20 local time there. Cant wait for the journey we have a feeling pitch perfect is showing the new movie out; although its a sing along so I'll be entertaining the passengers with my tone deaf voice I think! haha.
Next stop Abu Dhabi, looking forward to it!
Until next time, chow for now!
... early for flights, but when I tell him what gate we are boarding at and to head on down there soon, his response is...."Australia have just scored a try and I'm not waiting down there when I can be watching the rugby." I go down to wait in the boarding queue not sure if he will make the flight or not, fortunately he does, but it is a wrench for him and he misses the second half. It's a relatively short flight and soon enough we are in London. It's only 5-30pm, but ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews St. Giles Heathrow Hotel Feltham
me and my family stayed at the st giles on friday 26/5/2006 the room was of a good size but the beds were awful with me and my wife having hardly any sleep .not what you need before flying to the usa the next day .we stayed at this hotel last year and the beds were a lot better i hope this was a one off .
This has got to be one of the worst Hotels I have stayed in.....
Good value hotel
Stayed one night prior to departure from Heathrow. Incredible value for money, £59-00 including cark parking for 15 days and car to airport. Check in slow and not welcoming. Room more than adequate for an overnight stay. Clean and comfortable. Bar overpriced but friendly.
Bar food is not recommended. £7-50 for a disgusting cheeseburger and chips I never imagined there could be anything worse than a McDonalds - there is.
Generally the hotel is fine for one night but I would not fancy a longer stay.
We stayed in the hotel as part of a tour group. We have 3 people in our
Great value and close to Heathrow
This hotel above average for value for money. Paid £59 through Holiday Extras for one night with 15 days parking on site and taxi transfer to terminal at Heathrow included. Our only extra was taxi return to hotel at end of holiday to collect car which took about 15 minutes from collecting luggage. Much better than waiting for normal car park shuttle bus. Overall cost, even with taxi back, still less than 15 days parking in majority of airport off-site parking.
Hotel modern and clean with efficient staff. Made for a relaxed start and end to holiday.
Perfect for a Twickenham gig
Stayed at St.Giles when we went to watch U2@Twickenham.
Perfect location to get to and from the stadium, especially since after the event, there were 70,000 people heading towards London, but St.Giles is located 2 stops in the opposite direction.
Convenient to get to the airport as well, a direct bus, or a 13pound cab ride (15 mins)
Rooms are clean and comfy. Functional. 50pounds is a pretty fair price.
Hotel staff are all very polite and helpful.
Probably not the best place to stay if you're visiting London proper, but it's perfect if you're attending something at Twickenham, or the night before an an early flight.
For the price and an airport hotel very good huge family rooms
The area it is is not pretty but its primarily an airport hotel offering parking while you are away. We got a very cheap price including parking from holiday extras. We were amazed when we got there that for such a reasonable price the children had there own bedroom in like a family suite with their own television giving us a rest. Everything was clean and the service was excellent. The pick up to the airport was very efficient. We did not eat dinner but breakfast was fine and there was no question of charging for the 2 young children. The transfer to terminal 4 was plenty quick enough.
We did an overnight stop over at Heathrow en route to Rome in late July.
Terrible Hotel. Used to be an office block. Hotel is bathed in purple light at night time and none of the rooms have curtains..only blinds, so depending on whether you close the blinds downwards or upwards you can choose between a small pool of purple light on the ceiling, or a large one. One side borders a rail line which can be noisy (no A/C). Check in can be terrible. Rooms all very small, some of the "no smoking" rooms are smokey.
Would recomend to friends
Clean, spacious & modern. Beds were very comfortable. Staff was friendly & helpful. Less than 15 minutes from Heathrow by car.
Resturaunt served only Italian food & it was not very good. Manager did offer another meal for free.