Enterprise Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

15-25 Hogarth Road, London, SW5 0QJ, United Kingdom
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61%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
10%
21
Very Good
25%
54
Average
26%
55
Poor
19%
41
Terrible
17%
37

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 89% more and rated 18% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families46
  • Couples50
  • Solo65
  • Business32

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Wembley Stadeum Hotel

by Tilson

Greetings:

We hope to attend a football/soccer match this spring, any suggestions on hotels in or near Wembley stadum?

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Thanks....................

Re: Wembley Stadeum Hotel

by ricky52

What match are you going to watch?

Re: Wembley Stadeum Hotel

by cubsur

Indeed, what match?

The only ones are

Carling Cup Final Arsenal v Birmingham Sunday 20 February which is 99% certain to be a sellout to club members

England v Ghana Tuesday March 29
England v Switzerland Saturday 4 June

I agree with the previous poster. You will have much more choice in central London and it is only 30 minutes by train from the stadium. A friend of mine went to see a match at Wenmbley last May and decided to stay locally and wished he hadn;t when he found that the hotels had doubled their prices and kept the bars closed!

Re: Wembley Stadeum Hotel

by HBKMensa

Hi Tilson, I dont know personally round Wembley any hotels apart fromt he chains, you may want to look on here for some deals:

Http://www.thelondoneye.org

Re: Wembley Stadeum Hotel

by Tilson

Greetings again:

After comments here did a bit more "looking" and can see it makes more sense to stay in central London, my teenager should be able to also find more to do. (Any suggestion along that line would be a great help.)

Thank you to all.......Oh, the matche we hope to see are at end of June, we will be coming from USA for them, The champions League, May 28, 2011 (Tickets not on sale yet?)

Again.thanks.............TT

Re: Wembley Stadeum Hotel

by cubsur

I am confused!

The Champions League Final (28th May) is always a sellout well before game day. The two clubs get their allocation after the semi-finals in mid-April, the Home FA gets its allocation and about 20,000 seats go to UEFA's corporate sponsors. Tickets simply don't appear on the open market. In the UK it is illegal to sell sports tickets above face value. Any advertisements you see on the internet are more than likely to be fraudulent.

(I didn't even bother to list the FA Cup Final on May 14 for similar reasons.)

The last game at Wembley this season is the England vs Switzerland on 4 June. After that, the season closes until mid July for pre-season practice and mid-August for the new League season.

The band 'Take That' are playing eight dates at the Stadium from 30th June (I digress, but eight nights of Take That!!!) which means the work to put up the stage etc will be underway a week or so earlier, if not more.

There is one other game that has missed my attention. Monday May 30th is the final game of the promotion playoffs for Football Championship teams vying for a spot in the Premier League for season 2011 - 2012. Depends on the two teams, but there might be tickets available for that. That final game is usually exicting for the neutral and fraught for the fans.

Here's a link to the Wembley Stadium events calendar

http://www.wembleystadium.com/NR/rdonlyres/AFF06102-6F83-48FF-A73B-2F660D17B6E7/0/WembleyEvents_2011.pdf

Travel Tips for London

London Double deckers

by csordila

Wherever in the world you see a double decker, you immediately think of London. It is almost impossible to imagine London without them! Indeed, these red buses are one of the symbols of London.

Its advantage is very simple, the typical red double-deckers can transport more passengers than single-decker buses.
Another great thing is that they have an open entry/exit door at the rear which makes it possible to jump on or off whenever the bus stops; you do not need any bus-stop.
Once inside, sitting at the front of the top is a perfect place to look the streets passing by.
Despite the effective tube system, the red double decker will remain my favourite for ever. The London Double deckers are officially no longer in regular service since 2005, although they still run on two so called "heritage" routes; the route 9 from Royal Albert Hall via Piccadilly Circus to Aldwych and the route 15 from Trafalgar Square via Strand to Tower Hill.
The double deckers in service have been modernized, but the prototype was the classic old model.

take a walk with The Original...

by ellenron

take a walk with The Original London Walks. No matter which one you take, you'll enjoy great stories in beautiful streets and pubs. My favorites are 'Spies & Spy-Catcher's London', 'The Bloomsbury literary pub walk', 'Ghousts of the old city' & 'Oscar Wilde's London'.
My suggestion for a Saturday: Go for the 'Oscar Wilde walk' in the morning, and go to an Oscar Wilde play (You should find something almost anytime) in the Evening. The english people. The nicest people around, with the best sense of humor & the best taste in music & theatre.

Pigeons

by alycat

Pigeons are something you would have found all over London, but lately they have been made to go hungry by Mr. Ken Livingstone. Spikes and electronic devices are being used to cut the cleaning costs of bird droppings and get the city of London rid of pigeons. These devices only maim and cause great suffering to the birds, which can be seen limping around.

Until a few years ago selling food for these pigeons was big business with people buying pots of feed for the birds.

. Now that feeding of these birds is banned, I request visitors going to London to feed these birds whatever they can as they are one of the reasons for people coming to London and most of the Londoners want these birds to stay

Life in the big cities

by iandsmith

It could have been a scene from urban Africa, suburban America or any number of places. Instead, it was simply in the back blocks of London. I reflected that on my first visit to London that I couldn't help but notice from my base at Maida Vale that it seemed as though the Indians and Pakistanis were running the railways. The tube would certainly grind to a halt without them.
This time I sort of saw an irony in black people being booked by another black person for a parking infringement. When you consider that this scenario would have been virtually unthinkable 50 years ago I thought it was a reflection on how things had changed globally.

Look out !

by tvor

Everyone knows that the driving is done on the opposite side of the road to what most of the world is used to. Many intersections where there are pedestrian crossings have warnings painted on the road to make you remember which way to look. There are also light change signals with green men that signal it's ok to walk. But the locals will often go anyway if the traffic is clear. Me, i will only go on the lights or if there's a crowd going, i'll go with them. If i'm going to die, at least i'll have company :)

Then there's the famous "Mind the Gap" warning in the underground. The trains don't come right up close to the platform quite often so there may be a bit of a space to walk over. Just watch where you're going.

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