Atel La Gaffe

107-111 Heath Street, London, NW3 6SS, United Kingdom
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visit transit in london luggage

by junkone

we are travelling around and will stopover in london for 3 days. since we have 8 pieces of baggages, is there an option to store 5 of them in a locker or something in heathrow airport. this way we can travel light in london.

Re: visit transit in london luggage

by YVRDave

Yes, surprised you found VT first, check here.

Re: visit transit in london luggage

by leics

From the airport website:

There are left baggage offices in each terminal at Heathrow. Baggage and luggage items can be stored for a few hours or up to 90 days. All items are security checked.

Charges are £8 per item per 24 hours (or part thereof). (So it will cost you 40GBP per day to store 5 bags.....not cheap.)

Left baggage office locations:

Terminal 1: Arrivals concourse, next to the lifts for Heathrow Express. Open 06:00 - 23:00.

Terminal 2: Near the Lufthansa check-in desk. Open 05:30 - 23:00.

Terminal 3: Arrivals hall, near car hire desks , open 05.30 - 23:00.

Terminal 4: West end of the arrivals hall. Open 05:30 - 23:00.

Terminal 5: Arrivals concourse, UK arrivals end. Open 05:30 - 23:00.

Re: visit transit in london luggage

by hawkhead

Gosh, for the price of three days storage you could take a taxi with you and all your luggage into London and back!

Re: visit transit in london luggage

by sfdodger

I can only guess that you are going for several months. If not, and say it is a three/four week trip all you NEED is one carry on each. I assume you have special needs.

Re: visit transit in london luggage

by leics

In response to the post from sfdodger:

People are entitled to carry as much luggage with them as they choose. Not everyone wishes to travel light. If people wish to take a great deal, and are willing to pay for it, then that is up to them.

Apart from this point, we do not actually know how many people comprise 'we' in the OP.

Re: visit transit in london luggage

by sfdodger

Of course people can take as much luggage as they want. That is not the point as most experienced travelers realize it generally isn't necessary and quickly becomes a burden. Now if you are only going to one or two places or a cruise it is not as important, however, as the OP stated, they don't want to take that much with them to London. I question the need for so much. If you like take a ton. Me, I take a gym bag that when fully packed for a two week trip weighs 10 pounds.

More would not be worth the hassle and I have been doing this for 25 years.

Re: visit transit in london luggage

by leics

Horses for courses.

It is all matter of personal choice. No right or wrong about it.

I take around 12-13kg. I can't physically lift even 10kg into the overhead lockers by myself, so I am happy to pay for hold baggage. But that doesn't make me a better, or worse, traveller than anyone else.

Travel Tips for London

Remember that catchy little...

by j-san

Remember that catchy little song from way back in 1996, I Love You Always Forever, by Donna Lewis? In London I stayed with a family, who were friends of my landlord/housemate John's parents... umm anyway. The house was really lovely, only a few minutes away from the center of London. I had my own private room and bathroom downstairs. Every evening I ate delicious homecooked meals and was shown around by my host parents. Well one night, they mentioned to me as her song came on the radio 'She is our niece, whenever she visits she stays in your room.' Then they got out some family pics etc. Hey! I slept in the same bed as (OK, she was a one-hit-wonder, but still....) Donna Lewis! ;)

Minashka came to London

by Fen

Both myself and Az had the pleasure of meeting Minai and her friends. After meeting up in Leicester Square we then decided to go and see a West end Show.
And what better choice than to see Spamalot at the Palace theatre....!

Kensington Gardens

by pili

Adjoined to Hyde Park, these pleasing gardens which comprise 111 hectareas were made fully available to the public by Queen Victoria in 1841.
At the entrance of each gate, you'll find a map of Kensington Park. The map shows you where you are and which direction you should go.-

Lindando con el Hyde Park, este bellísimo jardín, que comprende 111 hectareas, fue totalmente abierto al público por la Reina Victoria en el año 1841.
A la entrada de cada puerta se van a encontrar con un mapa del parque. Los mapas muestran donde están en ese momento y cuál es la dirección a tomar para ir donde quieran


by ginte

Trafalgar Square is famous not only as touristic spot, but it's also famous for its pigeons. The local authorities try to discourage people from feeding them as all the local buildings are covered with their droppings. I've read somewhere that Nelson’s Column itself has a staggering 1ton of droppings removed from it each year! :) But pigeons are still very popular among tourists :-) ALthought I can't say that I've seen so many of them if compare with Krakow's Main Market Square in Poland. If you are ever there, you'll think that most of the pigeons have moved there from London :D

Annual Events

by keeweechic

May : FA Cup Final - cup fever hits Wembley in mid-May. The Chelsea Flower Show held the last week of May.

June : Trooping the Colour, the Queen's birthday parade. Wimbledon runs for two weeks in the same month.

July : World's biggest military tattoo, the Royal Tournament, is held in Earl's Court.

July - Sept : The Proms, a well known concert series at the Royal Albert Hall runs during this time. The last night is usually booked out but always televised.


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Address: 107-111 Heath Street, London, NW3 6SS, United Kingdom