Comfort Hotel Harrow

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

2-12 Northwick Park Road, London, United Kingdom
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55%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
7%
16
Very Good
25%
52
Average
23%
49
Poor
19%
40
Terrible
23%
49

Value Score Average Value

Costs 40% less but rated 24% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families37
  • Couples45
  • Solo26
  • Business23

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Forum Posts

Free wifi

by anoum

Is it difficult to find free wifi in London? How about cafes that have wifi you can use for free as long as you order something?

Re: Free wifi

by sam_999

yes there are some cafes and pubs with free wifi - starbucks eg. as long as you buy a drink.

SAM

Re: Free wifi

by goodfish

Recent Time Out article on where to find free wi-fi in London:

http://www.timeout.com/london/aroundtown/features/6187/1.html

Re: Free wifi

by TexasDave

Many McDonalds have free WiFi (there's a sticker usually on the front door indicating it) which requires no purchase, but is limited to something like 15 mins. after which it automatically disconnects. So if you just want to check emails or something similar, it's great.

Re: Free wifi

by hawkhead

Wetherspoons.

Re: Free wifi

by cochinjew

At Starbucks you are able to buy a card, say five pounds, then there is a wifi connection password that comes with it and you can use the wifi connection as long as you want and the five pounds on the card you can use for drinks at all starbucks. When I was in London last I had to make some telephone calls, so at Starbucks they told to buy a five pounds card and wifi was mine without any restriction. i think the wifi is valid as long as some money left in the card so i paid for my coffee with cash thus saving the card for next visit to London and free wifi

Re: Free wifi

by planxty

I would agree with Wetherspoons pubs, where coincidentally I am writing this reply. They won't generally hassle you if you only buy one drink (soft or alcoholic) and you can use the Cloud wifi for free. You are automatically logged in for 24 hours. Here is a lonk for locations.

http://www.jdwetherspoon.co.uk/home/pubs

Hope this assists,

fergy.

Re: Free wifi

by xymmot

Many places advertise free WI fi, but sometimes I just find it difficult to hook up to them, but if you look around coffe shops and pubs, I am sure you will find one. Cheers Tommy x

Re: Free wifi

by anoum

Thank you, everyone. I haven't tried it in London yet, though.

Travel Tips for London

Pretty and peaceful London in the Docklands

by Lady_Godiva

One of my favourite areas to hang out in in London on a nice weekend is West India Quay in the Docklands. It is SO close to central London but it feels like you're miles away from the crowds and sooty air.

The Docklands is frantically busy with business suits during the week but on the weekend it houses only a handful of tourists and a plethora of river-side walks/bikerides and great cafes (see my restaurant tips for specific recommendations).

Each cafe has a large outdoor setting which is perfect for a sunny day (in summer or winter). After a bite to eat, stroll along the pathways and around the fountains or check out the Docklands Museum which is housed in the historic brick warehouses.

If you fancy a bit of shopping you can always head to the large centre at Canada Square. And if you're really tired there's a great little cinema (which is relatively cheap too for London) behind the West India Quay cafes.

HOW TO GET THERE: Canada Square, West India Quay and Canary Wharf Stations are all within a short walking distance of each other They are all on the DLR (Docklands Light Railway), with the latter also being on the Jubilee Line of the Underground.

Parliament and Big Ben.

The...

by eladr

Parliament and Big Ben.

The awesome neo-Gothic brilliance of the Houses of Parliament has been restored thanks to a recent spring clean of the facade. The building includes the House of Commons and the House of Lords, so the grandeur of the exterior is let down only by the level of debate in the interior ('hear, hear'). There's restricted access to the chambers when they're in session, but a visit around 6 pm will avoid the worst of the crowds. Check the time on the most recognisable face in the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben.

GUARD CHANGE

As a good...

by arkadia

GUARD CHANGE

As a good tourist, well of course was the change of guard on the program.
That day we took one of this tourist bus (HOPP ON, HOPP OFF) tycket and get to know some of the parts of London. A very small part of course.

London

by djbiskit

Here is a picture of some of the amazing architecture in London and some Christmas decorations. This place is kinda near the Barbican Center from what I remember. They really go all out for Christmas in London.

British cuisine

by kris-t

Starting tip about British cuisine I can not get rid of the wish to quote phrase from "Pourot"
movie - "British don't have cuisine, thay have meal" ... But don't they really?

Let see: English cuisine, Scottish cuisine, Welsh cuisine....
I think this definition of British cuisine is quite right: "unfussy dishes made with quality local ingredients, matched with simple sauces to accentuate flavour, rather than disguise it".

British dishes: fish and chips, the Sunday roast, steak and kidney pie, and bangers and mash, Cheshire cheese, the Yorkshire pudding, Arbroath Smokie, and Welsh cakes.
Also in Christmas time the is traditional Christmas pudding in this list.

We wount forget also that the custom of afternoon tea and scones has its origins in Imperial Britain.

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Address: 2-12 Northwick Park Road, London, United Kingdom