Lodge Hotel

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

52-54 Upper Richmond Rd, Putney, London, SW15 2RN, United Kingdom
The Lodge Hotel Putney
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87%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
35%
130
Very Good
38%
138
Average
14%
53
Poor
7%
29
Terrible
3%
13

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 44% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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  • Families84
  • Couples70
  • Solo77
  • Business72

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metal shops in London

by vojto.b

Hi can anyone point me to some good metal music shops in London?
Thanks a lot.

Vojtech

Re: metal shops in London

by leics

Do you mean 'heavy metal' music?

Camden market springs to mind immediately:

www.camdenlock.net

It might be worth visiting one of the pubs/bars listed below (especially the hobgoblin in Camden, perhaps) and asking the locals where they shop:

http://www.viewlondon.co.uk/pubsandbars/heavy-metal-bars-in-london-recommended-London-525.html

Re: metal shops in London

by vojto.b

tahnks a lot, I will take a look there tomorow.

cheers

Re: metal shops in London

by leics

Enjoy!

I believe there is a shop called 'Rage' in Romford, but Romford is not London (although it's an easy train ride).

http://www.romfordshoppinghall.com/traders/rage.html

Re: metal shops in London

by taurean_traveller

Not sure exactly what you mean by metal shops,but if it is heavy metal instruments then try the music shops in Denmark street (close to Charing Cross Road)

Re: metal shops in London

by happycats

best place to look is actually in soho, its kinda not what it was but most of the indie vinyl shops are still there.

berwick street and hanway street are the best. check out sisterray:

http://www.sisterray.co.uk/

and reckless:

http://www.reckless.co.uk/

outside of this area minus zero is amazing:

http://www.minuszerorecords.com/

indie record stores in the uk tend not to focus on a single genre of music, so these arent 'metal' stores but you will find whatever you want in them.

Re: metal shops in London

by USAorBust

Yeah I was going to suggest Camden as well - seriously, just get off the tube and walk around and you'll understand why!

Travel Tips for London

Get your i pod fixed

by amapola66

"The place to go for advice, insight and hands-on technical support".

The 'Handome Man' recently recommend the Apple store's Genius Bar as the Little Rock Chic's ipod was playing up. Housed upstairs in Apple's Regent Street store, it is definitley worth a visit if you book an appointment (very easy online * here* So if you're in the West End and could do with some help with your Mac or ipod, get yourself down there.

When you arrive, head to the Genius Bar, where you will see your name on the LCD screen. Please check in with a Mac Genius or another staff member. The session will take approximately 15 minutes, depending on the issue.

We had a short wait and the efficient friendly staff had her ipod up and running in under 5 minutes, and all free of charge.

I would recommend booking your appointment, if you come without one, you could, from what I hear, be in for a long wait.

tel : 0800 048 0408

- The most beautiful place for...

by nessie-ch

- The most beautiful place for me in London is Kew Gardens...

- A walk through the Park in Greenwich and enjoy the wonderful view to London

- Eat Fish and Chips at the Restaurant 'Sea Shell'

- Enjoy a Traditional English Afternoon Tea at 'Richoud's' near 'Harrods'

- Don't forget to book a concert in the 'Royal Albert Hall'

Get lucky enough to see the...

by danmcf

Get lucky enough to see the Queen, if only a glance. While walking around Westminster Abby, happened on a courtyard where something was going on. As it turned out the Queen was inside and planning to leave any moment. We waited and sure enough, got a glimpse of the Queen of England!
Here's what piqued our interest originally, her car (with fancy crest and standard) and all the security.

St. James' Park

by yooperprof

The oldest of London parks, 93 acres of Englishness in gardening. St. James' dates back to the 16th century, when Henry VIII used the land here for a deer park. (It had been a swamp, and the grounds can still be quite marshy after a heavy rain. But the soil is good for flowers!)

Charles II opened the park to the public after the Restoration, and it had a major overhall during the reign of George IV under the supervision of the brilliant John Nash.

Some of the most romantic and picturesque views in England are here.

http://www.royalparks.org.uk/parks/st_james_park/

The cabbies are great-very...

by curious_grg

The cabbies are great-very friendly and eager to share information and stories. Let a cabbie give you a little mini tour. It will help you get the lay of the land. It never rained when we were there, but I had been told to bring a raincoat. Also, travel light. You will be doing alot of walking, and if you want to change accommodations, lots of luggage will not be fun to tote around. When going to the airport for your return flight, remember you need to be there two hours early, I believe, for an international flight. If you are late, you will be bumped and have to take a later flight.

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 Lodge Hotel

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Address: 52-54 Upper Richmond Rd, Putney, London, SW15 2RN, United Kingdom