Comfort Inn Hotel Edgware Road London

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

450 Edgware Road, London, W2 1EG, United Kingdom
Comfort Inn London - Edgware Road
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travelcard - unlimited or tube only?

by wolfytom2010

I've been confused by the TfL website.
If I buy a weekly travelcard, can I use buses and tube or just the tube only. The website shows a price for tube trains and another for buses and trams.

I've bought these before and used both forms of travel but the website suggests things might have changed.


Re: travelcard - unlimited or tube only?

by SallyM

Travel cards include buses and trams (and London Overground and National Rail) within the zones shown on the ticket. It's not easy to find, but if you look at the price chart here and mouse over the blue box with a question mark next to the ticket type at the top it explains exactly what is included.

Re: travelcard - unlimited or tube only?

by wolfytom2010

Thanks for that.
Now I've got another question!
If you hover over the question mark next to 7 day travelcard, it says you need an oyster card to buy one.
Is that right?

Re: travelcard - unlimited or tube only?

by SallyM

It also says you can buy paper ones from National Rail stations. It's a good idea to do this, rather than get an Oyster, as there are often offers available at attractions (such as 2 for 1 entry) if you can show a paper rail ticket or travel card.

Just make sure you go to the main rail station ticket office rather than the tube one.

Re: travelcard - unlimited or tube only?

by puerto_lover

This adds to the answers >>>>

Re: travelcard - unlimited or tube only?

by Dabs

Agree with SallyM, if there are 2 or more of you traveling you can save a bundle by getting a paper travelcard and using those 2 for 1 offers. If you have to buy at Heathrow though they will load a 7 day travelcard automatically onto an Oyster. I'm not 100% certain but at least when I got mine, there was no deposit required with the 7 day travelcard but there was if you got it to use pay as you go.

Re: travelcard - unlimited or tube only?

by jo104

Agree with Dabs & Sally a paper weekely ticket purchased at a rail station will give you the option of using the 2 for 1 entry to attractions. On top of that you don't need to pay the GBP3 deposit. Any zone extensions for example to heathrow can be done before boarding the tube at the front desk just say you have a zone 1-2 & they will charge you a minimum amount for the balance of the zones. Hope this makes sense, the oyster card is great for those living here but tfl seems always so loathe to refund the deposit amount to the tourist.

Travel Tips for London


by Acirfa

If you need to leave bags, luggage etc in London whilst sight seeing then I find that the short trek down to the Victoria Coach Station from the train station is worth a saving of approximately £4 on a small backpack left for over 2hrs.

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Save money - free discount coupons

by marielexoteria

I came across this website called Days Out Guide where you can print discount coupons. Some of the offers are reduced price on the admission fee, some are 2 for the price of 1. The offers are good with any train ticket or travel card that's valid in London, but nobody asked me for my London Travelcard when I used a coupon at the Science Museum.

Cheap way to find things

by Imbi

London is no doubt a very expensive place but there is a good way to buy cheap deals. It is a paper called “LOOT”. You could find plenty of good bargains by buying this paper. It is also very interesting just to read this paper as you could have some good information about the prices of different goods in London. It only coast around £1.50

Theatres - Royal Haymarket

by yooperprof

Historic 18th Century theatre that has played a central role in London's dramatic life for more than 200 years. It is the 3rd oldest London theatre still in use. (It's the "Royal Haymarket" because of a special permit it received from the crown in 1766 to present "straight" non-musical dramas.)

The first Haymarket Theatre dates back to the 1720s. The current building was originally a little further up the street - it was moved (carefully) down the street in 1821, and redesigned by George IV's favorite architect John Nash. It is now a Grade I Listed building - which means that it is very very very important! Seating capacity is 888 - and some of the seats are pretty tight. If you are tall, try for an aisle!

I've seen several shows - and great actors at the Royal Haymarket over the years. Most recently, in the summer 2009 I had the pleasure of watching Sir Ian McKellan and Patrick Stewart in "Waiting for Godot" here. On the Haymarket, just down from Piccadilly Circus

If travelling on the tube,...

by Broquers

If travelling on the tube, there are several rules which you should always abide by. Always stand on the right of an escalator, and always let passengers off the tube before you try to get on. Usually the British are very calm and polite, but if you break these rules, you will get shouted at.


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Address: 450 Edgware Road, London, W2 1EG, United Kingdom