Costello Palace Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

374 Seven Sisters Road, Finsbury Park, London, N4
BEST WESTERN London Highbury
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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Very Good
58%
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Average
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Poor
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Terrible
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7

Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 10% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families80
  • Couples70
  • Solo75
  • Business60

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Eating places

by taurean_traveller

Hi all
Have tickets for a concert at the O2 arena in November.

I know how to get there but my question is are there any restaurants within say 10 minutes walk of the Arena?
Are there any inside?

I have driven past many times but can't recall seeing anything fairly near

Re: Eating places

by hawkhead

here's some: http://www.concerthotels.co.uk/venue-restaurants/o2-arena-restaurants/148822

I have no idea how you are going to go to the O2 but honestly, the best way is to eat in Greenwich and either take the boat or else there is a bus from Greenwich. The eateries within the 02 are fairly dire and usually have queues outside. The concessions within the ticketed area of the 02 are awful.

Re: Eating places

by Dulwich_Dog

There are plenty of places to eat at the venue. But it's worth booking in advance on the night of a big concert.

http://www.theo2.co.uk/inside/bars-restaurants-in-entertainment-avenue.html

Have you thought about going by boat from Waterloo pier ? Great way to travel !

http://www.theo2.co.uk/location/thames-clippers.html

Re: Eating places

by londonbabe

Hello,

If you are going at the weekend, and planning to travel by tube, DO check that the Jubilee line is running. It's been suspended at weekends on and off now for about 18 months.
There are all sorts of the usual chain restaurants as you go into the arena itself - I'd plan to eat there rather than trying to find something in North Greenwich. We ate at Gaucho - it's ENORMOUS, got to be at least 300 covers over a number of floors. We thought it wouldn't be very good, but the service was super charming and the steak excellent. Recommended if you are OK to spend £40 a head.

Re: Eating places

by happycats

i think the dome is a horrible place and aviod eating/drinking there like the plague.

you can however get a thames clipper right to the dome on concert nights that departs from right under the eye, that means you can have something to eat at the cut on on the southbank, get on the clipper, enjoy a cruise of london with a drink and get out for your gig.

Travel Tips for London

Life Blood of London

by fishandchips

The Thames, which is a beautiful little river in and around Oxford, has been the main source of commerce in London for many years. It's been a very dirty river in the past but quite a bit of work has been done in recent years to clean up both its image and the river itself.

Across the Thames are some lovely bridges, especially Tower Bridge which is instantly recognisable. A cruise down the Thames is recommended as something to do in London as you pass by many icons of London and get a unique perspective of this classy old town.

City Churches - St. Stephen Walbrook

by yooperprof

A particularly brilliant example of high baroque - and regarded by many as Christopher Wren's most outstanding parish church. St. Stephen Walbrook replaced an important medieval structure that was destroyed during the Great Fire of 1666. The dome is a prototype of St. Paul's - it was the first classical dome to be constructed in England.

The interior of the church was "cleared" of pews in the 1980s, and well-known developer Lord Palumbo commissioned the great sculptor Henry Moore (1898-1986) to create the unique stone altar that now stands directly under the dome's apex. The altar is 8 feet wide, weighs several tons, and caused enormous controversy at the time, with the dispute eventually going to the highest Ecclestiastical Court in England. I think the altar is now regarded as an apt complement to the rest of the church - I certainly find it to be very fitting.

Pageants and Royalty galore

by vichatherly

There's plenty for all you royalists to get up to in London.

Trooping the colour, changing of the guard etc.

Don't forget to check out the dates and times of all these events.

http://www.travelbritain.com/london/Ceremony.html

Wimpole Street 2

by alucas

This building is typical of one of the styles built in London in late Victorian times. Examples can be found in Mayfair and Chelsea amongst other areas.

The elaborate decorations probably don’t show up very well at this size of photo, but if you look at my previous tip, you can see better.

Once again Politness

by Sharon

No matter where you are when standing in a Que dont ever try to push anyone or snick in and be the first !
The english are always polite and and when standing in a Que they will wait quietly and patintly till their turn will come. Doesnt matter if its in a shop, in MCdonalds in the tube, Pub or in the theater.
Please keep that rull while traveling there...oh and everywhere else !

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 Costello Palace Hotel

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Address: 374 Seven Sisters Road, Finsbury Park, London, N4