Huntingdon House Apartments, Kensington

202 Cromwell Rd, Kensington, London, SW5 0SW, United Kingdom
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Anybody has experience with Travelodge (cancelation)?

by electricgerm

The Travelodge chain in London seems reasonably
priced to me. They have these flexible rate which
I wonder if anybody has experienced with. Many
of them are left with flexible rate rooms only and
state that I can cancel my booking up till before noon
of the arrival day; that fits my need. But
I wonder how difficult it is to get a refund, and
is it actually a full refund (less perhaps booking
fee or breakfast or what not, but room rate is full).
These info doesnt seem to show on the web page.

Thanks, any info you can share is greatly appreciated!

Re: Anybody has experience with Travelodge (cancelation)?

by leics

Travelodge is a reputable company.

Go to

https://www.travelodge.co.uk/manage_my_bookings/

and put 'cancellation' into the searchbox under 'Ask Andrea'. You will find answers to your questions there, e.g.

'Yes, you can cancel or amend Flexible Rate bookings online by visiting the Manage your Bookings section of the website. Bookings need to be cancelled before 12 noon on the day of arrival for a full refund.

Will I get a refund for any extras if I cancel my booking?

If your reservation is a flexible rate, yes. The cost for any extras will be refunded at the same time as the room(s). '

In my general experience refunds are put back onto your card (I assume you have paid by card) almost immediately. I would not expect Travelodge to cause you any problems in this respect.

I wouldn't advise you to have their breakfast though. It is over-priced. You will be able to get a much better breakfast for less at local cafes.

Re: Anybody has experience with Travelodge (cancelation)?

by hawkhead

Absolutely echo Leics re refunds. Also re the breakfast, even if you pay the reduced online amount.

Re: Anybody has experience with Travelodge (cancelation)?

by electricgerm

Leics, Hawkhead,

Thank you so much for the information!

Re: Anybody has experience with Travelodge (cancelation)?

by tango_jd

I THINK (it always used to be the case) that you can cancel up to noon or 4pm (check) on the day you are due to arrive.
The credit card is not debited UNTIL you check-in.

I used to use these a lot and never had a refund - it just never got charged so long as I cancelled within the time allowed.

However, there are sometimes cheap advance-booking deals where no refunds are allowed so be sure you go with th ecorrect option.

Re: Anybody has experience with Travelodge (cancelation)?

by hawkhead

Correct, Tango - advance special rates are paid for at the time of booking, no refunds. Flexible rates allow for refunds.

Travel Tips for London

Just a few suggestions for your thoughts

by don_kam

1) Tower of London is just next to the Tower Bridge but its quite a walk from the entrance to the bridge itself. The bridge looks nearer than it really is.

2) Give St Paul more time as you need the time to climb up the steps, admire the frescas as well as the paranomic view of the city from the top.

3) Parliament can be done together with Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace. Only for Buckingham Palace do you need to be there at a specific time for the change of guards. So you may wanna plan the order of your visit.

4) I find staying near the Piccadilly Line to be the most convinent. Though not near the Piccadilly Line, a nice place to stay will be Bayswater. This is because there a quite a number of cheap eateries there. This is especially important if you are those who like to take away dinner back to your hotels to eat.(like me :P)

Hampstead Heath

by Airpunk

The parkland of Hampstead Heath are a popular recreation area for Londoners and visitors. Being popular as such for centuries, it has many features like small gardens, ponds etc. Some of the ponds are even used by swimmers during summertime.
Around Hampstead Heath, you will find many points of interest: These are Hampstead itself, 2 Willow Road, Fenton House, Kenwood House,Camden with its famous markets and many more I haven’t discovered yet. Hampstead and the hamlet of Vale of Health (which lies in the middle of Hampstead Heath) are among the most expensive areas in the world. Many celebrities and other millionaires – as well as artists and intellectuals - have first and second homes there.

For details about the mentioned museums and sights, please check out my respective tips.

For the Heath and the mansions in Hamsptead, get out and Hampstead tube station. For those who want to know: It is the deepest in the whole underground network!

Regent's Park

by bzh

Regent's Park, North of Marylebone Road and East of Baker Street is where people who live or work in this area would go to relax in summer. It has a small lake with rowing boats for hire. Part of the lake area is off limit to visitors and acts as a bird sanctuary which makes Regent's Park host to a large population of swans, ducks and other waterfowl. North of the boating lake is a large open area that is regularly used for impromptu games of football (soccer) or softball. At the North end of the park is the London zoo. Other miscellaneous features include an open air theatre, tennis courts and a few colleges.

Old London Cabs, are they nearly gone?

by LauraWest

I wish I had taken a ride in one of these old, classic black cabs while I was in London. Will they go the way of the red phone booths? I did not see many of those either...

This photo is too dark. Sorry, but it you enlarge it, you can see the cabs.

London is a meltingpot of...

by Kozzmozz

London is a meltingpot of different cultures. Most of them have their own area, and therefor a lot of restaurants are concentrated in those areas.
Indian, Pakistans and Bengalian people live in areas like Southall, Hounslow, Wembley and around Brick Lane in the citycentre.
Chinese people mostly live in Chinatown (of course) and West End. Arab restaaurants and supermarkets czn be found around the Bayswater area, nearby Hydepark

Comments (1)

  • Dec 24, 2013 at 11:22 PM

    I stayed at the Huntingdon house a number of years ago and would like to stay again, but I am unhappy there is no way to contact them. After a deliberate search I have been unable to find a web site or email address that I could use from the states. I also have clients interested, but do not want to go through a third party to book.

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      Dec 24, 2013 at 11:49 PM

      Despite its listing here (you'll notice that there are no reviews for the place other than one 'opinion' from our sister site, Tripadvisor) Huntingdon House no longer offers short-let apartments. If it did, there would certainly be contact details easily available. It seems the house was under threat of demolition:

      rbkc.gov.uk/planningedm/img_...

      was sorted out by this firm of architects:

      hunters.co.uk/architecture/p...

      and it is now the Hotel NH Kensington:

      nh-hotels.com/nh/en/hotels/u...

      Hope this helps.

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