54 Boutique Hotel London

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

54 Queens Gate, South Kensington, London, SW7 5JW, United Kingdom
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86%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
39%
106
Very Good
39%
107
Average
8%
22
Poor
6%
18
Terrible
6%
17

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 23% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families81
  • Couples85
  • Solo68
  • Business77

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Forum Posts

Safe Area

by galat

Hi VT members !
I would like to know if the area around Bow Road tube station is safe to walk at night.

Thanks
Saludos desde Mexico
Jose Alatorre

Re: Safe Area

by puerto_lover

Yes it is safe just take usual precautions. East london has always been quite multi cultural with many immigrants settling from abroad so you will find a diverse and interesting local mix. The local Member of Parliament is Rushanara Ali whose roots are in Bangladesh. For your interest this is her web site: http://www.rushanaraali.org
There is always going to be some anti social behaviour and drugs related crime in big cities and London is no exception but the streets around Bow have some beautiful houses and is quite fashionable in places. It is only a short distance to Canary Wharf which houses the high spending financial guys and the 2012 London Olympics will be based not too far away at Stratford. If you like to try English beer go to the Youngs pub called Coburn Arms.

http://www.youngs.co.uk/pub-detail.asp?PubID=375

Re: Safe Area

by Dulwich_Dog

This is completely subjective but personally I don't think I'd feel terribly safe around Bow Street tube at night.

Try this for a more objective perspective:

http://www.met.police.uk/crimefigures/

Re: Safe Area

by planxty

I live about a mile and a half from there, so feel qualified to advise.

You should be all right on the main roads but I would not advise walking any backstreets. Definitely stay out of the nearby housing estates.

Hope this assists,

fergy.

Travel Tips for London

The Moon

by huggy93

This may appear a little geeky but some of the nicest sights to see in London are at dusk and perhaps on a cold winters evening.

Some things that I see, can be seen anywhere in the world but they do a number of things for me. It makes me wonder if she can see what I can see, just in different time zones.

"Stare at your picture for hours, just wondering where you are, it's like the moon up above I wanna touch it, but I know it's just too far." The memories that I have created with friends that have either lived here or spent time here.

Zones

by ginte

All London is divided into 6 zones. Central London is in the 1st zone. I lived at the south-eastern part of London in the 3rd zone. The life is more calm here, not so noisy and surroundings are quite cozy.
If you have a chance and time discover more parts of London, not just a central one.

London's 350 meter long...

by Geoff_Wright

London's 350 meter long multi-million pound pedestrian bridge, which spans the River Thames between the City and St Paul's Cathedral on the North side, and the Tate Modern on the South Bank, is set to re-open by Easter. The Millennium Bridge was opened in a blaze of glory on 10th June, 2000, and closed to the public 24 hours later, due to excessive swaying, which left many pedestrians feeling sick.
After 18 months of tests and additional engineering work to fit dampers and struts, costing an additional 5 million pounds, the bridge was tested at the end of January 2002 by 2,000 Architects, Engineers and Council Staff, who made three return crossings of the bridge, and reported no ill effects. So here is another 'Must See' structure when you next visit London! And perhaps this time you will be able to use it too!

London

by djbiskit

Here are some of the Christmas decorations they put up on Regent Street. They look cool during the night. Too bad they didn't blink on and off, but I guess that would've been distracting for the cars.

British expressions

by Manyana

well, i should say i am a bit surprised and stunned by british english. goodness! britons have their own world of language usage! and i thought that english is english everywhere, forget about the spelling difference too. i've converted of course to british spelling;^) guess will remain loyal to Ss and OUs for the rest of my life.

quid=pounds
father christmas= santa claus
lad/chap/bloke=guy
cheers=thanks
chips= fries
crisps=chips
petrol=gas (cars)
first degree=bachelors
second degree=masters
subject=major (college)
jumper= a pullover sweater
boot= trunk (cars)
aubergine= eggplant (food)
underground=subway
trousers=pants
arse=ass (it took me ages to understand,lol)
tights=pantyhose
suspenders=braces
single ticket=one-way ticket
motorway=highway/freeway
loo=toilet (i've read somewhere that toilets used to be in room no. 100 in buildings, so it originated from 100 to loo).

more to come if i remember;^)

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