Boston Court Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

26 Upper Berkeley Street, Westminster, London, W1H 7PF, United Kingdom
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Average
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Poor
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Terrible
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38

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 25% more and rated 51% lower than other 2 star hotels

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Tower of London

by hawkhead

Has anyone used 365tickets.com to purchase tickets for either the Tower of London or any other venue? They appear to offer tickets at a discount (£2.50 off approx). Just looking for feedback. Thank you.

Re: Tower of London

by goodfish

I've never used it but see that you have to pre-determine the exact day that you will visit so it allows little flexibility. If you oder through www.hrp.org.uk/ you get a reduction of 1 GBP - which is not quite as much but allows you to use it within a 7-day period so you can plan around some potentially rainy days. Don't know if that's important to you - just thought I'd throw that out.

Re: Tower of London

by vichatherly

You can sometimes get a two tickets for the price of one offer...especially if you're travelling to London by train

Re: Tower of London

by hawkhead

Thank you, both. I really don't need flexibility, as if I am in London for several days, I'll structure my London visit around the visit to the Tower. Yes, daysoutguide has a 2 for 1 offer but it expires in October. Possibly it will reappear for later on. I really just wanted to know my options - and to pay the least amount possible.

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Address: 26 Upper Berkeley Street, Westminster, London, W1H 7PF, United Kingdom