Belgrave Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

9-13 Clapham Road, Oval, London, SW9 0JD, United Kingdom
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Rated 12% higher but also costs 21% more than other 2 star hotels

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Monthly travel pass or Oyster Card for 2 month stay in London?

by picchio42


My son is going to London for 2 months summer job in June & July . He is 20 but no longer a student. Can someone advise which would be the best and cheapest way of getting around on London Transport. The information he has found seems to deal more with visito's for 1,3 or 7 days travel. He probably won't need more than zones 1 & 2.


Re: Monthly travel pass or Oyster Card for 2 month stay in London?

by Durfun

Depending on how far the commute is, monthly may be the way to go, especially if he might be going around checking out neighbouring places (within those zones).

Otherwise, for point-to-point short trips oyster can be better value, as weekends are not paid for (unless of course he'll always be out??)

Re: Monthly travel pass or Oyster Card for 2 month stay in London?

by Alison_B

You can get your monthly travel pass onto your Oyster. I would cetainly recommend getting an Oyster card, whether you have a monthly travel pass on it is another question. Possibly start with a weekly travel pass and then if its used alot then get a monthly one, this will also break up payments.

Re: Monthly travel pass or Oyster Card for 2 month stay in London?

by bazsi79


if he won't need to use the underground regularly, but can manage his trips by bus as well, he should also consider buying a weekly/monthly Bus Pass (valid only on buses, but in all zones), as that's cheaper than the full Travelcard (which is also valid on the underground).

Beside the pass, he can also add some cash onto his Oyster, and use that when he needs to use the underground anyway.

Re: Monthly travel pass or Oyster Card for 2 month stay in London?

by jo104

Yip same as the others I would advise a zone 1&2 monthly GBP99.10 as opposed to a 7 day travelcard GBP 25.80. A travelcard is a GBP3 deposit and means if he ventures into zone 3-6 he can top up the card with cash to cover the extra extension charge to these zones. Having a monthly card means if he forgets to touch out because the gate was open he won't be charged a fine

Re: Monthly travel pass or Oyster Card for 2 month stay in London?

by picchio42

Thanks everyone for your help.

I now have much better overall idea of how to proceed.


Travel Tips for London

Wheelchairs accepted!

by babybassethound81381

I liked London because it was so accessible, which is a hard thing to find when you want to travel from a chair. The only thing I couldn't access easily was the subway, or "Tube", as they call it. So if you are planning a trip there, bring a little extra cash just for cabs. This rule applies for most locations, but I was happy to find that most places are accessible, including Stonehenge, Westminster Abby, and most of the hot springs in Bath. The people were so happy to talk about their London lifestyles. I would hang out with local merchants as much as possible and try to avoid only hitting tourist attractions. I made lots of friends there, so don't be afraid to meet new people!

City of London

by ratherton

There are 2 distinct areas of central London, the City of Westminster where are the touristy things are and the City of London which is the financial heart of the city. You can tell when you cross in to the City of London when you pass the Dragon?s guarding the perimeter

My visit to London was short...

by ceswho

My visit to London was short and quick. I thought the 'Queen' would be there. apparently she was out on holiday. I had a great time siteseeing and was interested of the Old and New structures. The people was friendly and nice.

London and beer!

by Jenniflower

Londoners LOVE their beer!

Actually, the English do :)

I am not saying other nations dont, South Africans enjoy it too - around a braai/bbq... but there is a far more defined role that beer plays in the life of an Englishman, than in other nations in my opinion.

This affects home life and the workplace of course. We know some English men who live at the pub.. and after work, they go there and that's where they spend the evening. There are always drinks happening at the local with work coleagues too.

I do enjoy a shandy now and again (when I am not dieting!), but not so often. I think it boils down to the fact that there is a big drinking culture in Britain as a whole. Which, some may see as being sociable, others may see as boring (there's only so much 'pub' one can go to!).

There's the smoking that comes along with going to the pub too, which is not pleasant... and it's a real joy to go to a pub where it is smokeless or there is little evidence of such.

I think the main thing I have not been able to get used to here is having a beer warm. Never! Never! Never! :)

Here's your milk and the paper! :)

by Jenniflower

Every morning there are deliveries that have taken place before everyone arrives for work. I am generally one of the first in the building, I get in around 8am... and say 'bye' to the cleaning team who are on their way out.

So I generally get to take the things that are left there for us... the milk, some post.. thankfully the water is ordered in bulk and comes every 2 weeks, so I dont have to lug that up the stairs too! :)

The thing that is so good about this, and, coming from South Africa, where things like these, left outside an office block, with no guards, would not last 5 MINUTES.... and here they last and havenever once been stolen.

I think that is pretty darn good! Well done London. Makes me proud.


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Address: 9-13 Clapham Road, Oval, London, SW9 0JD, United Kingdom