St. Margarets Hotel

26 Bedford Place, London, England, WC1B 5JL, United Kingdom | Inn
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
 

Travel Blogs from London

Haemorrhaging money

A travel blog entry by gr0p3r

... obscene. I went with the walking tour that was part of the open bus tour I bought, He got good positions and saw enough. London eye - pretty big. Very big in fact. Really good views of the city from the top. London dungeons - it's sort of like a theme park ride. It was pretty well done, I was expecting more of a informational look at some real dungeons but it's more of a drama. They had dark corridors ...

Oh There's My Calves.

A travel blog entry by travelindan

16

... front of a bus today, and my family wasn't there to blame it on this time. :P


I'm learning things as I go and Nicolette is getting joy out of watching me screw up first and then learn rather than warning me first. I've finally got the camera video down so I can start using it Minor. I learned not to get the hostel meal for only 2.50 quid because it's 10 bites of tasteless noodles with maybe a dab of olive oil and 2 shreds ...

Our First Day in London

A travel blog entry by andyandmichele

Our early arrival in London did not stop us from setting off for the day to explore the City. After a tube ride to Kensington to drop off our luggage we walked to orientate ourselves and came across the Natural History Museum only a few minutes from our accommodation. The queue was short, entry free, so we ticked this one off our "to do' list this morning, Of particular interest here was the Dinosaur exibition which by the time we left ...

10 Years Later

A travel blog entry by vclench

5
1

... reminded of being accompanied to the airport by all my close family, being overwhelmed with emotion the moment I was behind the seclusion of security and out of sight. My youngest nephew only being 3 weeks old, and knowing that I would miss his first year of life and all his firsts that came with it. I remember coming home 21 months later and playing hide and seek around the airport with a blonde 22 month old toddler who ...

Time is marching by...

A travel blog entry by monroefischer

4
3

... the Islamic woman who are completely covered by scarves (there are a lot in our area). Everyone wears skin-tight trousers. Quite a few men have been wearing mustard coloured trousers, a colour I could do without. Almost all women wear boots, mostly to the knee, but some above and many above the ankle only. The really special outfit is the young women who wear a short skirt, black opaque tights and heavy tan working boots. Almost all women wear black opaque ...

Location

This inn, located in the Mayfair/Soho/West End area of London, is near British Museum, All Star Lanes, Tavistock Square, and Bloomsbury Square.
Map this inn
 

Other places to stay in London