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Joined: 5/17/2009
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Hello everyone!

I will be traveling to London with friends in May and I woul like suggestions as where it would be the best place, area to stay. We will only be there for two days. I have been to other European countries before, but I have traveled with my teenaged children and we have done the hostels and inexpensive accomodations. This time it will only be adults. My friends are more of the mindset of comfort than me, therefore the hotels that I have in mind are to be comfortable, yet not to pricey for me since I will not be sharing the expenses with anyone.

I am trying to be reasonable with them and at the same time keep it wiyhin my budget of around £90 per night if possible. Any and all suggestions will be greatly appreciated.


Joined: 10/23/2007
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Posted: 1/16/2011 3:14:32 PM
My son has just returned from trip away..
In London - had booking for Vegas Hotel - room was like a dog-box even dirtier
so then went looking and found Best n Western.. much much nicer accommodation
not sure price tho...check them out online.

safe trip
Joined: 5/17/2009
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Posted: 1/17/2011 10:17:26 PM
Thank you!

I will make sure to search before booking any hotel.
Joined: 1/31/2009
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Posted: 2/14/2011 6:43:53 AM
sorry i can't e-mail because of your blocks.
i can recommend, PREMIER TRAVEL INNS.
number from uk is 0870 242 8000 international code 044
i have used other hotels in their chain and they are very
good value for money ie from £29-00 per night.
hope this is of help.

the one on york way, alongside kings cross station would give
the best option for a base for sightseeing.
Joined: 5/19/2009
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Posted: 2/14/2011 8:38:06 PM
I stay in King's Cross when in London.

It is NOT the best neighborhood in town, but there are a lot of decent bed and breakfast pensions -cheap - within a block of the Underground and the Old St Pancras station.
Ask the taxi driver to recommend one. They always know where there are vacancies.

Eat at pubs or fish and chips joints. Pubs serve home cooked foods at neighborhood-ly prices. (Food is pricey in London)

Comfort is relevant. Most hotel rooms are half the size of the American hotel rooms of the same category - pretty common in Europe- so don't be surprised. The essentials are there.

Bon voyage.
Joined: 5/17/2009
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Posted: 5/14/2011 10:45:00 AM
Hello everyone!

I would like to thank all of you who replied to my post. I have already chosen a hotel nearby the airport at which I will be arriving. I am really excited as the date for my trip approaches!
I will only be in London for two days unfortunately, however, I am sure I will enjoy my stay immensely.
Now I have another question: are all pubs the same? what would be the best place to watch the game of Manchester United and Barcelona? I tried getting tickets for the game, but, no luck. So I am now looking for a friendly place to sit and watch the game on television, and staying at the hotel to watch the game would be pointless while being in London!

Again thank you all!

Kindest regards

Joined: 10/26/2009
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Posted: 7/4/2011 4:23:18 PM
hmm stay in a hostel.. your wasting your money in a hotel..-__- typical tourist
Joined: 12/15/2006
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Posted: 7/9/2011 10:39:39 AM
I enjoy the Hoxton Hotel - near Underground station, pub, etc. And, if you sign up for their emails, they offer ONE pound per night rooms 4 times a year.
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Posted: 7/15/2011 1:19:04 AM
If I were on my own, It would not bother me to stay on hostels, however, since I was in the company of friends whose standards are higher I was trying to be accomodating to their needs. I am a well seasoned traveller, don't consider myself a tourist anymore!

I do appreciate your suggestion, along with your masked insult! Typical!
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