The Stafford London by Kempinski
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Stafford London by Kempinski
Wonderful staff, location, food and accomodations. The only place we stay in London.
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Jet lag! I couldn't sleep past 2:00 AM so I went down to the beautiful lobby and was given a lot of coffee and shortbread while I worked on my blog. The staff are very accomodating. After an excellent breakfast, we went to the National Portrait Gallery, which we had been to on our 2011 trip. Then lunch at the Crypt, a cafeteria across the street …
Ryan Walsh, the driver that our friend Michael had arranged for us was waiting outside baggage and took me to the Stafford where my cousins were waiting for me and having tea. Our rooms are lovely. The Stafford is very old, having been a hotel for 300 plus years. Ryan will drive us to and from the Paddington Station and Heathrow during our trip. …
... After lunch we took in some of the further sights around Covent Gardens with Kate and Roy introducing Jacinta to the game of geocaching, and finding a cache in a very busy area of Covent Gardens. We continued our walk around this area of London and soon found our way to Leicester Square where Kate teamed up with Simone and talked us into visiting M&M World. About an hour later we finally managed to pull them away and continue our visit. ...
... floors creak something awful. The toilet has one of those pull cord flushes. And of course there's no dishwasher or clothes dryer (most British homes are this way), so that'll be fun over the next month. But I can see it being a very cosy place to live. The flat is on the third floor (they call it the second floor because in Britain you have the ground floor and THEN you go up to the first floor. What even, you ...
... information and insight into the daytime performances and how they were staged. None of the tiered seats are more than 40 odd metres away from the stage. A great visit. Taking the Queen's Walk along the river we by pass Prison Clink and the London Bridge Experience as they look more like commercial recreation experiences rather than OS. Before the Tragic dragged me anywhere, she made me stop at a replica of Francis Drakes Galleon the ...