The Charlotte Guest House is a small hotel situated in a prime residential location on the edge of central london with excellent connections to london's main shopping, cultural and business districts as well as other parts of the uk.
There are a total of 43 rooms ranging from single rooms to en-suite family rooms sleeping up to 4 people. All rooms have a television and tea & coffee making facilities.
they offer a 10% discount for guests staying at least 7 nights. the discounts is the equivalent of a weekly zone 1 & 2 travel card.
Directions: it's located near to Thameslink and Silverlink National Railway stations. West Humpstead underground station (jubilee line) is a two minute walk away,providing access to central London inless 15 minutes.
I'll be travelling to London with my parents in a few weeks and we plan to stay there for five nights. We've got the plane tickets, but I haven't chosen a hotel yet. First of all, there are so many to choose from, and opinions about hotels are very different on different sites, to say the least. I've been using venere.com and tripadvisor.com to compare different hotels.
I'm looking for a hotel in zone 1 area, and triple en-suite room for a night shouldn't be more than £100. The breakfast doesn't matter. So far I've gotten replies to my enquiries from Cardiff Hotel and Regency House Hotel. Should I choose one of them, or can You suggest any other hotels, that would suit my preferences? Or would I be better off with choosing a hotel that's further away from the city, and paying extra for transportation?
And which site would be best for booking (that wouldn't charge extra 506% of tickets face value) theatre tickets, and possibly tickets to other events or shows?
Thanks You in advance!
Bookmark. Silver, I'm interested in seeing the responses you receive. We are going to London too.
Enjoy your trip.
have a look at londontown.com
have found them useful for accomodation and entertainment
this is by far the best way to get a hotel. go to bidding for travel.com and see what people are paying on priceline.com. you can get a 4 star hotel in london for $80. on priceline you pick the neighborhood, the stars and then bid. the only negative is it is non cancellable. i have used this numerous times in london and nyc
i dont think you need to buy theatre tickets online. go to the tkts booth in leicester square. many shows are available 1/2 price. you often get house seats which are in the first couple rows. you can find tkts online and what shows have been available
Try the Travelodge - there are various hotels in London. www.travelodge.co.uk Personally, I would try and find a place that includes breakfast as it is usually pretty substantial and then you don't need mucm, if anything, to eat until the evening. There are quite a few hotels in the Bayswater area which is good for transportation links, as well as within walking distance of Oxford Street.
Thanks guys and girls!
I'll keep the theatre tickets booth leicester square in mind. As for the accommodation - I've booked a room in a Charlotte Guest House in London.
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