Hotel Indigo London Tower Hill

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

142 Minories, London, EC3N 1LS, United Kingdom

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Hotel Indigo London Tower Hill
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Rated 18% higher but also costs 78% more than other 3 star hotels

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    Yes I did stay here. I just didn't pay for it. I had used my favorite Hotel website ( to book another hotel. There was a mistake on the reservation and they asked me where I need to be. I explained I was working in the City (of London) and they found this wonderful Boutique hotel. Wow. From the second I walked into the plain building I knew something was different. I was greeted very warmly and offered everything. Newspaper, business services, gym in the morning, you name it. It was too late for the gym, but I knew these nice people would be as happy to serve customers in the morning as well.

    My room was amazing. In fact - it really does look like their website photos. My 4 posted bed was comfy. My wi-fi service was excellent. I ironed my clothes (in the room) in my new robe while I watched my nice TV and drank cold beers (ok I brought those in). I did have a nice fridge to raid for some cold drink in the morning.

    After a good nights sleep I set up my espresso machine and went for a shave in my nice bathroom with all sorts of lighted mirrors. My shower was really great and the towels well worth stealing (no I didn't). But I did take some nice toiletries home.

    I enjoyed my room so much, I decided to work from the room that morning. I really did not want to leave!

    This is a great hotel. Its hard to believe its part of the InterContinental Hotel group as it definitely does not look like a chain hotel at all. If you want a bit of luxury and comfort near the Tower of London (and City) - this is a great choice.

    Unique Quality:
    • All rooms have 4 poster beds, different murals of the area with unique décor
    • Stereo and iPod dock
    • Esspresso machine and coffee/tea facilities
    • Complimentry drinks in the fridge
    • Quiet
    • Iron, board, robes, slippers, good toiletries, cottin balls, etc.
    • Safe, goo closet, desk, nice shairs
    • Excellent wi-fi
    • Gym
    • Climate control
    • Square Mile Kitchen & Lounge (British cuisine)

    Directions: TUBE:
    Tower Hill (Circle, District)
    Tower Gateway (DLR)
    Aldgate/Aldgate East (Circle, District Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan)

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Can anyone suggest the least expensive and best way to get from Heathrow to Chigwell by public transportation?

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If you use the London Underground (The Tube) you can do the entire journey for £4
Picadilly Line and Central Line.
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Thanks, but the underground map didn't come up.

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Apology. I didn't load it right the first time. I saw the map. Thanks. DO you know about how long the trip would take from Heathrow-Chigwell and from Chigwell to the center?

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Tube journey should tyake about 1 hour 36 minutes from Heathrow to Chigwell.
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