Saba Hotel London
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... there is also food. Jessica is the niece of Julian Fellows who writes Downton Abbey. She has written two books on the making of Downton Abbey and a third is coming out this fall. Before she began her stories we got our tea and food: scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam, finger sandwiches with salmon, coronation chicken and creamed cheese and cucumber, and various small sweets. They were served on ...
... the world, but we lost him.
From there we went to the Natural History Museum, this is one of the best museums I have been in. They have a great Dinosaur exhibition there. Unfortunately we ran out of time to go to the science museum next door.....maybe next time.
After some squirrel hunting (they are so cute) in Hyde Park we thought we would make our way home via Oxford Street. That is one crazy street. We went into a clothing ...
... until I was unlocked the apartment doors. If you need free entertainment, just go on the tube at night and people watch. Today's agenda was pretty relaxed from previous days. We had to clean and "check out" of our Airbnb apartment and head off to our swanky 4 star hotel in the heart of London. The apartment served it's purpose, a place of rest and sleep. It was nice having our own space and we didn't have to deal with a hotel. The place was very convenient to get to the main ...
... were becoming more frequent in this area and we had to stop at each one in case it had some personal relevance. Some of the streets and buildings were starting to strike such chords until the motherload seemd to have been hit - a Beau Brummel plaque. I was trying to hold myself together because she turned into a giddy girl that I've not seen since we officially declared we would do this trip. While she was grinning and sighing and moaning and making ...
... warning "Here lies the victim of an untied shoe-lace" next to the picture of the face-down victim of his own negligence. While i suppose the intended effect was to be "oh ****! i'd better tie my shoelaces!", it's more of a "yeah, that idiot had it coming." In a nearby antique and decoration store named After Noah, i purchase some coasters decorated with old british adverts ("Meat Needs Mustard!" is a slogan in need of a prompt revival), as well as a lovely Union ...