Classic Hotel London

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

92 Sussex Gardens, Hyde Park, London, W2 1UH, United Kingdom
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65%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
13%
9
Very Good
30%
21
Average
22%
15
Poor
14%
10
Terrible
19%
13

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 51% more than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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  • Families43
  • Couples48
  • Solo28
  • Business66

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From Dartford, Kent

by nilanjanbee

Hello,

I will be staying on official work in a hotel (Campanile) at Dartford, Kent for 5 days. Assuming that work is over by 5pm...what are my options for the evening...

Is there any place to hang out or go to? Is London very far...?? What are the cheapest modes of getting around...??

Any inputs would be greatly appreciated.

Re: From Dartford, Kent

by tango_jd

Plenty of trains from Dartford station to London after 5.30pm - every 5 - 10 minutes or so - and the journey is around 40 - 50 minutes I think.
Return trains run to quite late - 11.30pm at least. Most go to Charing Cross station which is in central London near Trafalgar Square.
http://www.dartford.gov.uk/transport/Train.htm

The North Kent line also rund fro Dartford to the Medway towns and Rochester is a pleasant-enough town to visit with a quaint main street and plenty of pubs/restaurants.
http://www.cometorochester.co.uk/

Re: From Dartford, Kent

by wise23girl

Why dont you put a note in VT MEETS and see if anyone is about from VT while you are there.
Marg

Re: From Dartford, Kent

by taurean_traveller

One place to hang around is the Bluewater shopping centre which is a short bus ride from Dartford.It's massive.That's if you like shopping!!!
If not as the previous post said it's a good train service from Dartford to London

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For free and inexpensive things to do in London
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London Theatre, including the 1/2 price ticket booth
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King George III bought...

by mooks

King George III bought Buckingham House in 1761 for his wife Queen Charlotte to use as a comfortable family home close to St James's Palace. Buckingham House became known as the Queen's House, and 14 of George III's 15 children were born there. In 1762 work began on remodelling the house to the King's requirements.
George IV, on his accession in 1820, decided to reconstruct the house. Queen Victoria was the first sovereign to take up residence in July 1837.The present Forecourt of the Palace, where Changing the Guard takes place, was formed in 1911, as part of the Victoria Memorial scheme. The gates and railings were also completed in 1911. Strolling along Westminister Embankment at dusk, with the city lights reflecting on the River Thames (Longing to have someone by my side to share this moment with)

SEE PICCADILLY...

by Michael_D

SEE PICCADILLY CIRCUS...Piccadilly Circus awash in tourists as usual. I always like the dueling adverts..each one fighting for attention. I am American after all and can eat burgers 3x a day and I am also always hungry...so McDonalds usually wins;-)

Warner Brother’s cinema

by Imbi

Leicester Square is surrounded by fast food restaurants and shops but there are few cinemas are around there as well.
You can watch latest movie on different screens of different cinemas.
There are four cinemas around that Square.
It is always good to get buy ticket in advance.

Tube Etiquette No 2 Offering a Seat

by Cham

It is generally good manners to offer your seat to an pregnant lady, an older person, or someone with a disability on the tube.

However try and ask them before you get up. Under no circumstance should you leave your seat to offer it in someone of need unless they have already agreed to sit... if they don't you could find yourself in the "i'm taking a dump in the woods position" in front of a whole train that will see the colour of the half empty seat glowing like a beacon and by the time you sit down again you'll be on someones lap.

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Address: 92 Sussex Gardens, Hyde Park, London, W2 1UH, United Kingdom