Dylan Hotel

14 Devonshire Terrace, Westminster, London, W23DW, United Kingdom
Dylan Apartments Paddington
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42%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
9%
8
Very Good
15%
13
Average
18%
15
Poor
19%
16
Terrible
36%
30

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Value Score No Data

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  • Families22
  • Couples33
  • Solo35
  • Business33

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Forum Posts

I Want 2 confirm....

by Zaigham1973

Dear Sir! I Want contact e-mail adress of "SHERATON SKYLINE HOTEL & CONFERENCE CENTER, A4 Bath Road, Hayes s, Middlesex, UB3 5BP Hayes". Hope 2 hear from u very soon.
With Best Regards
Zaigham Abbas

Re: I Want 2 confirm....

by HansDK

Google is your friend.

res268_skyline@shearton.com

Re: I Want 2 confirm....

by leics

That would be

res268_skyline@sheraton.com

from the hotel page on:

http://www.sheratonskyline.com/

which has a direct email link. Click 'email us' at the top left of the page.

Re: I Want 2 confirm....

by TheLongTone

Google does it again.

Travel Tips for London

Police

by MartinaH

If ever it should happen to you and you run into any emergency problem : call 999 !!

This number is just for emergencies ! In case you want to register a complaint, call this number : 020 7273 6450
"Police Complaints Authority".

East End now and step on it - you muppet

by sourbugger

The video game "The Getaway" for playstation 2 uses the backdrop of London streets for a ganster game. What is amazing is how accurate the renditions are.

Apparantly when they built the game they wanted to make it as 'real time' as possible, but replicating London;s traffic meant that the game was unplayable.

So, zoom around London, shoot a few baddies and get feel for the 'big smoke'.

(UPDATE ; sept 04, there is now a version 2 of the product that also features parts of the Underground network)

Model for a Hotel

by Mariajoy

This 8 ton, 5 meter high coloured glass sculpture is the latest piece of art work taking the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square. Designed by Thomas Schutte, it is meant to "collect and reflect light like a jewel" - but it doesn't really work on a grey dismal London day (of which there are many!!). Maybe on a sunny day it will look better.

Due to years of indecision as to what to do with the fourth plinth, there is no permanent statue here and it was eventually decided that it should be used as an ever changing display of artwork/ sculptures.

The pregnant Alison lapper sculpture has gone and this one, "Model for a Hotel" will be here for the next 18 months.

The weather

by KennetRose

Now let's get a few things straight.

London is much less rainy than Seattle.

London is much less foggy than San Francisco.

London is much less bitterly cold than Chicago in midwinter.

London is much less hot and humid than New York in high summer.

London is much less snowy than Toronto.

So get things in perspective, hey! London's equable climate makes it a pretty pleasant and comfortable place to live in and visit all the year round. In summer the sun shines warmly more often than it doesn't. In winter snow is rare and the temperature seldom drops below freezing.

There is no wrong time to visit - except perhaps in July and August when it can get unbearably crowded. Those of us who know London through all its moods and seasons know that it is never more beautiful than on a crisp, clear January day, and you get the benefit of the lack of crowds too!

We had the misfortune of...

by slabeaume

We had the misfortune of having the paramedics being called to the train station for my daughter (17 years old at the time). Going down the steps, her knee dislocated and she was in great pain. I was amazed at how quickly help was on the way! Guards had the steps closed off in a minute or 2. One must have been trained in relocating dislocated knees because he asked her permission to move her leg. Very gently and quickly he worked it into place. By then, the paramedics were there. I asked about insurance and was told I didn't need it---which really surprised me! I thought it was free for them, but I didn't think they'd treat foriegners for free (although I did have our insurance stuff with me). The paramedic assessed her knee and said the hospital couldn't do anymore for it but wrap it and she could get that done at the first aid station in the train station. So we took her there --- in a wheel chair that they had easily accessable. Unlike if this happened at home, no crowds gathered to see what happened. The guards kept everything moving. The medical care was efficient and quick. Everyone involved really seemed genuinely concerned. I was extremely impressed with how everything was handled----and it was Good Friday!

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Address: 14 Devonshire Terrace, Westminster, London, W23DW, United Kingdom