Hotel 65

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

65 Shepherds Bush Road, London, W6 7LS, United Kingdom
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  • Families53
  • Couples50
  • Solo34
  • Business39

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Staying near Hammersmith

by dmrtn

I need a place to stay near to Hammersmith next weekend, I have found a few names I was wondering if anyone knew of these places or anywhere else near the Goldhawk Rd Tube stop
- Adria Hotel 44 Glenthorne Road, London W6.
- Dalmacia Hotel 71 Shepherds Bush Road, London W6.
- Hotel 65 Hotel 65 Shepherds Bush Road, London W6
- Premier West Hotel 28-34 Glenthorne Road, London W6
- Star Hotel 97-99 Shepherds Bush Rd, London W6


Recommend a safe, quiet, non-party hostel/B&B in London?

by chem_j

I'm looking for somewhere to stay in central London. Doesn't have to be anywhere fancy, I just want somewhere clean that I can get some sleep and won't be disturbed by people partying until 3 in the morning, and that will be safe for a lone female to get back to. Ideally I would like a private room rather than a dorm, but cost is a consideration. I've read loads of reviews, but is there anywhere anyone would recommend?

Re: Recommend a safe, quiet, non-party hostel/B&B in London?

by doodybee

we used both the Shakespeare Hotel in Paddington and Hotel 65 in Hammersmith -both fairly quiet and decent although basic and not too high priced either - there were two sharing a room though - we booked both through but both hotels have their own websites
and neither was far from tube or mainline station ( paddington that is - don't thinks theres a mailine near hotel 65

hope you find something

Re: Recommend a safe, quiet, non-party hostel/B&B in London?

by chem_j

Thanks for that. I'll have a look at them.

Re: Recommend a safe, quiet, non-party hostel/B&B in London?

by christine.j

I like to stay in the Bayswater area ( great location)and have stayed a few times in the Queens Park Hotel when I was in London on my own. The rooms are small, especially the singles, but it was clean and I felt safe.

This February my husband and I stayed in the Westland Hotel, between Bayswater and Notting Hill. We had a really large room and I can't tell you about the singles there, but generally this hotel was great. We had booked early and got a good deal.

rooms for rent

by demimcgovern


I will spend 10 days in London in May and I am looking for an inexpensive accommodation in central London, preferably a room for rent or a family run bed and breakfast.Information on any agency or anyone renting holiday rooms are much appreciated.

Re: rooms for rent

by doodybee

we stayed in
a) hotel 65 hammersmith and
b) shakespeare hotel paddington last twice we were in london
both cheap with adequate breakfasts and clean but small ensuite rooms

both not far from
a) shepherds bush market&goldhawk road ( hammersmith and city line- direct to St Pancras Mainline Rail Station ) and shepherds bush market (two lines cover this station but not sure which)
b) stones throw from Paddington Rail/Tube Stations

Both fairly reasonable prices we booked through alpharoomms although they both have their own websites too

hope this helps a little

Re: rooms for rent

by doodybee

we found paddington to be much quieter than hammersmith when we were there
the nightlife seemed ok to us although we are not into late night clubbing
we stayed in hammersmith because we went to the Apollo and tha area was even more busy than where we were
there was also th enew shopping centre right on the hotels doorstep ( not my thing although we had a look around )

Re: rooms for rent

by leics

is the official tourist information site which lists all types of accommodation in the city. You do not have to book through the site, but it will give you ideas for what is available and you can then google individual hotels etc.

The UK is expensive and London even more so. There are very few b&bs in the city of the type one might find elsewhere in the UK; most are really small hotels/guesthouses. Be careful if you are just searching 'b&b london' on google; quite a few 'b&b's are used by social services to house those in financial difficutlies or with other problems.

The cheapest option may be one of the hostels, many of which now offer separate rooms.

Accommodaton is (slightly) cheaper in areas outside central London, but you then need to factor in the cost in time and money of travelling into and out of the centre. Whether this is feasible depends on what you intend to do in your 10 days.

Travel Tips for London

En el South Bank en la...

by fga

En el South Bank en la intersección de las calles Waterloo y The Cut, se ecuentra el teatro más antiguo de Londres, The Old Vic. Pero frente al río se encuentra The Globe, donde Shakespeare representaba sus obras.
Cruzando el Támesis, a través del Millenium Bridge, se une la Tate Gallery of Modern Art con la extraordinaria Saint Paul Cathedral.

Hidden Corners

by tvor

London is really, really large. Millions of people live, work and visit there. It's crowded, there's too much traffic, it's loud, the air is heavy with diesel fuel from cars and busses. And it's exciting, alive and fast paced.

Walking is the best way to see things that you probably wouldn't otherwise. London is a mixture of architectural styles and diverse neighbourhoods. Walking will reveal quiet courtyards at the end of nearly-hidden alleys; you will discover little parks set in the ruins of old churches; there are peaceful green squares surrounded by 200 year old houses.

Walk down a busy thoroughfare, then veer off onto a side street to see what's there. Don't be afraid to get a little lost. With a pocket sized map, you'll be able to figure out where you are if there are no landmarks or locals handy to guide you. Sometimes it isn't even a hidden corner, but an imaginative shop window, a street performer, or an unexpected cafe or tea room in an old church or small museum that will delight you. Sometimes it's a sunny table out in front of a little neighbourhood pub where you can sit and watch the world go by. Maybe it's an interesting blue plaque on a building where a historical figure once lived that catches your attention. You might find a small treasure amid the colours and scents of a crowded market. Try the cuisine of a country that you would never have the opportunity to at home.

It's all there in London. And more.

Sign, sign, everywhere a sign

by iandsmith

These entertaining (if you're curious as I am) signs are to be found in many places thoughout England, never more so than in London.
Denoting historical spots (as in pics 1 & 3) or simply where you can contact the Botswanians should you be desirous of dealing with that country. I must admit I couldn't help but wonder just how many walked through their doors.

Don't forget your "Please and Thank-yous"

by easyoar

Please read my other tip about never saying "Have a nice day" in relation to this one too.

In New York and Thessaloniki (Greece), local people seem to pride themselves in their rudeness to others. In Britain, being polite to people is extremely important. For instance, whereas in New York, someone may walk up to a tobacconist chuck some money on the counter and say "Gimme 20 Marlboro", if you were to try this in the UK, there is a good chance you wouldn't be served. Try "Can I have 20 Marlboro please". Hand the money to the assistant and say "Thank-you" once you have been served.

Do not exaggerate the "Please" or "Thank-you" however (which is where the "Have a nice day" comes in) as otherwise it sounds as if you are being rude. In Britain, how things are said are equally important as to the words used.


by benazer

Bring money lots and lots,just fill all your cases,bags,pockets , it may not be enough so be prepared to call home and ask mum and dad to send more/ no need anything else,come as you are.. no just MONEY.. no need , lots of pictures of london here already.. no camping or beaches in london..


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Address: 65 Shepherds Bush Road, London, W6 7LS, United Kingdom