Fraser Suites Kensington

75 Stanhope Gardens, London, SW75RN, United Kingdom
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heathrow airport

by fairlight

Hi

We'll have overnight stop over in London on Nov 26th. We arrive on Terminal 4 and leave from Terminal 3. We plan to leave our luggage at the airport, tube to central London on Piccadilly line and stay at Holiday Inn Heathrow. Has anyone stayed at this hotel? How easy or difficult is it to get to Terminal 3 from it? Also should we leave our luggage at Terminal 4 or 3? And which tube station should we use? It appears there are more than one of them? (We want to have as much time as possible to spend in London)

On our way back we arrive on terminal 3 and leave from terminal 4. We plan to sleep at yothel on terminal for as our flight is early morning the next day. Again should we leave our luggage on terminal 4 or 3 and which tube station should we use to get to central London (piccadily line)

Thank you

Re: heathrow airport

by leics

Heathrow is odd, because all its hotels have to use the same shuttle bus (the Hoppa). It is not cheap at 4GBP one-way.

The Holiday Inn is on route H4.

http://www.london-heathrow.holiday-inn.com/location_overview.htm

All Heathrow tube stations link to London. It makes no real difference which one you use to get there.

http://www.heathrowairport.com/portal/page/Heathrow%5EGeneral%5ETo+and+from+Heathrow%5ETrains+and+Underground%5EUnderground/050f9b25f9599110VgnVCM10000036821c0a____/448c6a4c7f1b0010VgnVCM200000357e120a____/

(Sorry for horrible link).

If I did not link a Tube map for you before, here it is:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/london/travel/downloads/tube_map.html

Changing lines is easy: stations are well-signed (and well-announced), with lists of stations served on each platform and within each carriage.

You will find Hoppa routes and timetables here:

http://www.milesfaster.co.uk/heathrow-hoppa-information.htm

It would make sense to leave your bags at T4 on arrival the first time, then go into London. Return to T4 and then take the Hoppa to your hotel.

On your second visit, I suggest you leave your bags at T4 (you can take the Tube for free between terminals).

For transport between terminals (free) go to:

http://www.heathrowairport.com/portal/site/heathrow/menuitem.572b72a575f279fba4b12871120103a0/

and click on 'travel between terminals'.

Travel Tips for London

If on business, do business...

by Lalique

Oh, well, yes.... this time again I went to London for business, now I wonder have I been there just for fun???
That's how all days went in London: tonnes of papers to look thru and to be agreed, short lunch breaks and loads of coffee.... and look what was outside! Aaahhh.... those rare sunshine moments! And we were locked inside! What a shame!

Green green grass of "outside London"

by SLLiew

After a few days of dreary gloomy weather in grey London, it was a refreshing change of a day trip to Stonehenge and to discover the green pastures outside London.

If one is to visit only London, the impression of UK will be one of just urban modernity. Yet outside of London are the rolling hills and meadows that Lords used to ride their horses over.

So do get out of London if you have not.

Visit Hyde Park

by trai

My parents used to visit this park often while they were studying in London. That was many, many years ago, but I'm sure that the same spirit of the park has remained. I visited Hyde Park just before the sun set and enjoyed taking photographs of the beautiful scenery before me.

Pleeeease don't feed the pigeons

by Mariajoy

The pigeons in Trafalgar Square have been a problem for many years. London's mayor Ken Livingstone has employed two harrier hawks to scare them away but it hasn't exactly worked because tourists continue to feed them. Other methods of keeping the numbers down are being considered including contraceptives and reduction of nest sites ..but for the moment the harriers are still here - having killed 120 or so pigeons since their introduction to the square.

Many years ago it was possible to buy small pots of seed for a few pence and have the classic photo opportunity posing with a dozen or more birds perched all over one's body - but no more.. the seed-sellers are gone, the hawks are here and the square is considerably cleaner for it. Of course there are a few die hard pigeons still around who don't seem to give a toss about the hawks (they are Cockney pigeons after all :))

This is Harry the Harrier Hawk in the photo - you may actually see him in action in the Square doing only what comes naturally to him and that is killing prey - don't say you weren't warned!

Read the full story on the Guardian website:

A plug for www.badgas.co.uk

by sourbugger

There are many ways to waste a complete hour at work, but this is one of the finer options.

An in depth analysis of the shop fronts of certain businesses in the poorer parts of London (East and South, and especially South-East) takes a certain dedication on the part of the website writer.

I hope he never finds the delights of VT, as you may well end up looking at 150 plus tips on various fried chicken outlets. There are also vast collection of pictures (all with a commentry) on 'poundshops' and 'nail bars'. As an insight into life in London at some of the lower rungs of society, this site can't be beaten.

I include a photograph they feature, which they regard as a work of genius. Not only does it get a bit close (without infringing copyright directly) to the most famous fried chicken outlet of the all, but also forges a link with the average chavs favourite brand of apparel - FCUK.

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Address: 75 Stanhope Gardens, London, SW75RN, United Kingdom