Thanet Hotel

8 Bedford Place, London, England, WC1B 5JA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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So far, so good. We departed a bit late, slept a tiny bit on the way over and are now in the star alliance lounge at LHR airport, awaiting our departure for Brussels. Hugo has now had his first European meal - free breakfast in the lounge. And, we are not yet desperately ...

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... by the London Aquarium and the London Eye before crossing back again on the Waterloo bridge. We saw the home of Charles Dickens as well as the London School of Politics and Economics where Michael Jagger attended before he changed his mind about politics, changed his name to Mick, and became the lead singer of the Rolling Stones. Cathedral was our first stop. We got a few pics in the rain then hurried inside so we wouldn't get soaked.

I didn't come all this way to sit around and mope.

A travel blog entry by astrix7

... it was impressive, however I must admit that everything I saw today seemed smaller and more ordinary than my memories of seeing the same sights were as a 14 year old boy. Funny that.
When I got to St James park I stopped to eat a couple of sandwiches I had packed with a can of orange, and then of course had to find another toilet. I had to walk to the palace first and take a few photos, and then I saw a sign showing toilets on ...

Dutiful Disclaimer & Day One

A travel blog entry by truthfulle

... They were, of course, delicious. We then grabbed our pregame supplies and began getting ready for the night back at her house. Several bottles of wine and selfies later, we were on our way to Tiger Tiger in Manchester for what is commonly called "Koosdays". Obviously that's a play on the word Tuesday, but I am unsure about the nomenclature of the Koo portion.

Let's just say I behaved in a way that would secure me a spot on an MTV show. I'll leave it to your ...

Cruising the River Thames on Christmas Day

A travel blog entry by terrym1004dar

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... next. We saw the guard and the balcony where the Royals stand and wave to the commoners. The ironwork and masonry details were awesome!! Also, gained a better perspective of just how many flowers were brought here when Diana died....mind boggling! On our way to St. Paul's Cathedral we rode around Trafalgar Square and past Westminster Abbey and other landmarks too numerous to name. Our next stop was the London ...

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This hotel, located in the Mayfair/Soho/West End area of London, is near British Museum, All Star Lanes, Bloomsbury Square, and Tavistock Square.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Thanet Hotel London

    Great place to stay

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    This is a great little hotel. The room was very small, but that is to be expected. The place was very nice, clean and well kept. The staff was very friendly and helpful. It takes only a couple of minutes to walk to the nearest tube stop. I would certainly stay here again on my next trip to London.

    Only good things to say!

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    Me and my boyfriend went to London this year for a romantic Valntines weekend. We actually booked the hotel next door, which turned out to be awful (beware the Lonsdale!!) so we tried Thanet next door. The staff were extremely helpful, the room clean and comfortable. The location is brilliant, and the prices very reasonable. I would recommend this lovely little hotel to anyone.

    My 3rd stay.

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    Just retunred from my 3rd stay - a full 2 weeks - and I find the owners, location, hospitality top drawer. Nearby locations to fine restaurants, tube and bus tours, direct tube to Heathrow and walking distance to British Museum, West End, Trafalger Square. Recent interior improvements while the rooms remain rather small, I don't stay for the creature comforts but the other ammenities. A tour book a few years listed them as the best value in London and I have found it to be true. Great for couples and singles, not large families. A solid recommendation.

    Nice stay in October 2003

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    Just returned from six nights at the Thanet, a small, clean and well maintained B&B with good breakfast and a wonderful location. Though we booked a double, we got a good-sized triple (#4 on the second floor - first floor in Britain) with a huge window overlooking the quiet street. Bath was small, but clean (nice blue tile floor) and useable.

    Wonderful Jewel

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    I stayed at the Thanet Hotel during my London vacation in September,

    03. I was very happy with my choice as I found the Thanet staff

    friendly and helpful. Richard and his staff assisted with directions

    and suggestions to my visit. My room was nice, clean and refreshed

    daily. The hotel was well kept and a nice building. Also, breakfast at

    the Thanet was excellent. In addition, the hotel was close to bus stops

    and the Russel square underground station which was very helpful to

    getting around.

    Home from home

    from

    Im glad to only have positive things to say about this lovely hotel. My family and I had five days at the Thanet in August. The first thing we noticed was how clean and well maintained the hotel was, its a listed building too which added to its charm.We had a lovely room overlooking the street which was very comfortable and clean. The location is really central, which meant tube use was minimal - handy as our trip was in mid summer!The staff were welcoming and friendly which really did make the Thanet feel like, a home from home.We will definitley stay at the Thanet on our next trips to London.

    Perfect location, reasonably priced

    from

    I stayed at the Thanet for a week in December of 2003.

    Good location, okay hotel

    from

    We stayed here in July, 2003. The front of the hotel was still enclosed

    Watch Out

    from

    We stayed at the Thanet Hotel in June, 2003 for 6 nights. The entire front of the hotel was encased in scaffolding. The room we were given was spacious by London standards but the floor was slanted to such a degree that we were dizzy. The head of the bed was lower than the foot of the bed! - just like the Frommer's Guide said. I had asked them about this on the phone when we made reservations but they told me it was nonsense. We immediately asked if we could have another room and to their credit they did try to help us but the other room they showed us was slanted even more! We were not able to open the windows or the curtains or relax in our room during the day because of the workmen standing right outside our room on the scaffolding and pounding on the walls and window frames. Once a workman even opened our window from outside as I was changing during the day! The staff did try to get another room for us but they never did acknowledge that the situation was unacceptable. They should have informed the guests of these problems up front. Finally we were moved to another room at the back of the hotel for the final 3 nights. This room was better but had a skylight that let in the full sun at 4:30 A.M.! We advise that you see the room you will be staying in before you commit to it. Better yet, don't risk it!

    Loved the Thanet

    from

    I stayed at the Thanet Hotel in January 1996. It was a single (for one) room on I believe the second floor facing out onto the street. The hotel was straight out of Mary Poppins, and I loved my stay. It was exactly what you want to find when looking for the British Bed and Breakfast experience.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Thanet Hotel London

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent