Exhibition Court Hotel - 1

60 Warwick Road, Earl's Court, London, SW5 9EJ, United Kingdom
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Cheap accomodation close to Victoria embarkment

by Snej

Please advise for B&B or hostels close to trafalger square or the area around Westminster briedge, i am looking for a budget accomodation, best to walk on foot to get on a party boat on river themes and of course close to all the places of interest

Re: Cheap accomodation close to Victoria embarkment

by Durfun

Hi, Crowne Plaza have decent aparthotels available at modest rates.

Re: Cheap accomodation close to Victoria embarkment

by Dabs

Here's a list of the YHA hostels, you can see where they are located and see reviews. Trafalgar Square and Westminster are going to be more expensive areas to find accomodation because that's the center of tourist activity, the transport system in London is quite comprehensive so it's not a big deal if you stay a few tube stops away. I like the location of the one in Earl's Court, it's close to some budget restaurants, a straight shot from Heathrow if that is where you are coming in and one several tube lines.


Re: Cheap accomodation close to Victoria embarkment

by roger71

There is no place "close to all places of interest". Suggest you do a bit of research. Also something of interest to me might not be of interest to you.

Re: Cheap accomodation close to Victoria embarkment

by puerto_lover

Have a look at some ideas here:


Re: Cheap accomodation close to Victoria embarkment

by tropical459

If you are looking for a new experience you could try the site eatwithalocal.com as this site connects travellers with local people willing to cook for them in their homes for 'free' It is free to join and free to use and a great way of meeting people on your trip.
Best wishes, Vicki

Travel Tips for London

Gherkin With a View

by RhineRoll

Designed by the ubiquitous Sir Norman Foster and commissioned by Swiss Re (insurance) group, this 180 metre highrise in London's financial district is bettern known as "The Gherkin"-- for obvious reasons! Some people find this also to be a very erotic design, but I won't comment on this any further...not a laddish thing anyway... ;)

The building not only looks -- let's say "appealing" :)) -- but also has some pretty smart features like an advanced air circulation system allowing for natural air flow half of the year saving a lot of electricity which otherwise would have been necessary to run the air conditioning. Unfortunately, as a tourist, unless you know somebody who works inside, one can only admire the building from outside. This seems to follow a recent trend of keeping the public out of skyscrapers. While it might have something to do with security concerns after 9/11, I believe this to be quite wrong. If you occupy so much prominent space in a city, you do have a responsibility to give something back to the people who -- through government -- allowed you to go ahead with your monster project. At least, the gherkin, together with its less sightly highrise neighbours, does provide some welcome shade on a hot summer's day :)

Vist the crown jewels in the...

by luigilong

Vist the crown jewels in the Tower of London! It's full of English/British history, where Henry VIII had two of his six wives executed close by. Set in a very beautiful castle, it is still surrounded by a moat, even though it is empty now, which allows you to be transported back in time to an era long since passed. The cultural mix in London is unique - there are people from many different parts of the world which have chosen to make London their home. There are restaurants which are able to offer food from all over the globe, from every continent.

Big Ben

by kris-t

One of the MUSTS for the sightseer are the Houses of Parliament, facing the Thames, on one side, and Parliament Square and Westminster Abbey, on the other. The House of Commons sits to the side of the Clock Tower (Big Ben), the House of Lords - to the Victoria Tower side. The four dials of the clock are 23 feet square, the minute hand is 14 feet long and the figures are 2 feet high. Minutely regulated with a stack of coins placed on the huge pendulum, Big Ben is an excellent timekeeper, which has rarely stopped.

The name Big Ben actually refers not to the clock-tower itself, but to the thirteen ton bell hung within. The bell was named after the first commissioner of works, Sir Benjamin Hall.

This bell came originally from the old Palace of Westminster, it was given to the Dean of St. Paul's by William III. Before returning to Westminster to hang in its present home, it was refashioned in Whitechapel in 1858

Rest and Relax in London

by A2002

Sitting in a café at St Katherine's Dock near Tower Bridge and have a cuppa coffee watching the world goes by. The area is quite peaceful and relaxing on the comfy sofa. The cafe has full sized windows, so you can just sit there, enjoy your coffee and enjoy your view at the dock. There's not many tourists here.

Warm Beer

by fishandchips

Being from NZ I am used to my beer being quite cold. In Aussie it is served very cold but in England beer is normally served at cellar temperature.

This can take some getting used to but that is just one of those cultural things that one does to 'live the culture one is visiting'. The best thing though is the variety of beers and there is no limit to how much one samples.

Many places have their own brew along with the usual suspects from the major breweries. I am always keen to drop into a pub and have a try of the house beer as most are really good.


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 Exhibition Court Hotel - 1

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Address: 60 Warwick Road, Earl's Court, London, SW5 9EJ, United Kingdom