Boston Court Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

26 Upper Berkeley Street, Westminster, London, W1H 7PF, United Kingdom
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Satisfaction Terrible
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Average
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Poor
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Terrible
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34

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 32% more and rated 49% 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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There is a new addition to the London skyline. It stands on the site of the old Baltic Exchange, which was torn apart by a massive IRA bomb in 1992, over at St.Mary Axe in the heart of the City. Designed by Lord Foster (who else?), it is not actually completed yet but almost there, and has made a great impression, being dubbed The Erotic Gherkin. It is the Swiss Re building officially, but its unusual shape will definitely put London's skyscrapers back on the map. It just falls short of being the Square Mile's tallest by a few metres - beaten of course by Tower 42, formerly the Nat West building.

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