Fraser Place Canary Wharf

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

80 Boardwalk Place, Trafalgar Way, London, E14 5SF, United Kingdom
Fraser Place Canary Wharf
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What about llford area? Please advice

by Khurram73


I want to know about area of llford? Is it a safer area to stay with family? I found a budgetry hotel ( which seems reasonable choice as well from web sites ), however bit concerned about the area ( as it seems quite farther from central London)

Hotel is around 200m from Grants Hill station in llford area? Would it be safe to leave family alone , as i would be attending training in central London for first few days of our trip...

please advice!

Re: What about llford area? Please advice

by Dan30

IIlford area it’s ok but I would advise you to book hotel in central London.

There is budget hotel called Easy Hotel, I have enclosed you the website; the hotel are in safe area in London.

I hope you have lovely trip in London.

Re: What about llford area? Please advice

by leics

Easy hotels are fine, but I'm not sure I'd want to stay in them with children...they really are 'just sleep' places.

I wish I could tell you more specifically about Ilford, but I can't. I am, however, certain that your family will be perfectly safe exploring the area whilst you are at work I know this is one of your concerns). The UK is a hugely multicultural place, and London especially so.

But you should be wary of travel costs. A cheaper hotel might not work out quite so cheap once you have added in travel costs every day for you, and occasional costs for your family.

will give you an idea of Tube, bus and DLR (Docklands Light Railway) fares. Gants Hill is in Zone 4. Tube etc maps here:

Re: What about llford area? Please advice

by johngayton

I've passed through Ilford a couple of times and whilst it's not a particularly attractive suburban town it should be safe enough. It's a very multi-cultural area and whilst it certainly isn't central for London your location near Gants Hill station, which is on the Underground (Tube) Central line into the city, should make commuting relatively cheap and easy.

Re: What about llford area? Please advice

by crazyman2

I go to Ilford as a hockey umpire (field hockey) four or five times each year and can tell you that it fine. I don't find it an attractive area ---no tourists, just multi-cultural residents.
On my last trip there, about a month ago, I arrived very early on a Saturday morning and I wandered into a shopping area to buy a coffee. Everyone in the shop was friendly.
I would not wander around at night ---but then I wouldn't do that in my own popular-with-the-tourists town of Tunbridge Wells!
I hope that this helps!

Re: What about llford area? Please advice

by cubsur

I agree about Gants Hill and Ilford, very multicultural and no real dangers. There is easy access to central London in about 30 minutes on the Underground (tube)Central Line. The nearby districts of Ilford and Barking, easily reached by bus, have lots of shops and markets and places for your family to visit.

Also I agree about Tunbridge Wells, having lived there for 5 years and in Tonbridge for 25!

Re: What about llford area? Please advice

by leffe3

It may be safe but it's dull. Pretty cruel leaving family in such a suburban yawnsville whilst you're on a training course in central London :)

Re: What about llford area? Please advice

by Sjalen

I agree with Leffe. Get your family somewhere where they too can enjoy London in an easy way. There are budget hotels in the Paddington and Earls Court areas for instance.

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Address: 80 Boardwalk Place, Trafalgar Way, London, E14 5SF, United Kingdom