London Hammersmith Premier Travel Inn

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

255 King Street, Hammersmith, London, W6 9LU, gb
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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Very Good
36%
207
Average
16%
97
Poor
5%
33
Terrible
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17

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Rated 11% higher but also costs 25% more than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families85
  • Couples72
  • Solo78
  • Business56

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Notting hill carnival

by MyDesire

Hi everyone! Could someone pls detail me when Notting hill carnival is taking place in London UK. this year or is it late? if yes,then when exactly by next year? Thanks in anticipation for early positive reply.Best Regards!

Re: Notting hill carnival

by puerto_lover

Missed it for this year. It is always held over the August Bank Holiday (public holiday) weekend which is usually the last weekend of August.

Re: Notting hill carnival

by planxty

Nige is right about the dates but I feel it only fair to offer a word of warning here.

Notting Hill Carnival is dangerous. I worked there for several years so I know what I am talking about. Apart from the crime levels, which are frightening, the numbers of injuries simply due to far too many people being in too small an area are also a concern. I would honestly avoid it, especially on the Monday which is the busiest day. If you must go, go to the Panorama Parade on the first evening. It is the kids parade, much less crowded and safer.

Re: Notting hill carnival

by leics

Yes, I back Planxty on that. I haven't been for many years, but even back then it was not a particularly nice experience for a small person.....the crowds are huge and it can be difficult to move around, let alone see anything. You do need to take great care, and be even more aware of pickpockets/opportunistic theft than you would be normally.

The carnival is held on August bank holiday weekend. In 2011 this will be the weekend of 29th August (that is the Monday).

Travel Tips for London

Miscellaneous Tips...

by Donna_in_India

Meeting New People and Seeing New Places

These tips are based on my last 8 weeks of traveling in Europe/Africa:

1. Buy/pre-order as many museum/attraction tickets online as you can.
2. Ask the taxi fare before taking off in a taxi, especially if it’s late at night or coming from an airport.
3. Charge your camera batteries every night.
4. If you have a Eurail pass and need to make reservation make them in Europe. It’s a lot less expensive.
5. If you’re climbing a few hundred steps up a tower, monument, etc. go only a clear, sunny day.
6. Learn at least Hello, Thank you, and Goodbye in the foreign language of the countries you are visiting.
7. Turn your cell phones off inside churches, museums, etc. If it rings and you must take the call, do it outside!
8. If there’s a running commentary (live or recorded), be polite and be quiet.
9. Dress appropriately and be respectful in churches.
10. If you’re traveling with children, don’t let them disrupt others around you. If they cry or throw a tantrum, take them outside.
11. If you have a complaint, do it reasonably without yelling and cursing.
12. Regarding pictures:
a. If there are signs saying “No pictures”, don’t take pictures! There’s a reason for the signs. Do you really, really need that picture of Mona Lisa to prove you’ve seen it?
b. Learn how to use your camera before the trip. If there are signs saying “No flash”, make sure you know how to use the camera without it.
c. If you see a couple or family with one person taking pictures of the other(s), offer to take a picture of both/all of them. Maybe they’ll reciprocate.
13. Check local holidays. Since many museums and stores will be closed, you’ll need to have other plans for the day. (Most stores throughout much of Europe are closed on Sunday.)
14. Don’t try to do too much. Leave some open time to just explore.
15. You’re on vacation so relax and have a good time!

Speaker's Corner

by eho

Go to Speakers' Corner at Hyde Park to be entertained by people debating on different topics. Even through I went there and spent some time experiencing the debates, it was not a great attraction, but more like a 'I've been there' experience. The hot debating topics are always around religion and poitics and personally I was not interested in hearing all that on my vacation.

Sir John Betjeman Statue

by pieter_jan_v

The statue of poet Sir John Betjeman, made by sculptor Martin Jennings, is located next to the Eurostar platforms of the St Pancras Station. It's a homage of the LCR (London and Continental Railways) to the man who was the driving force behind efforts to save the station when it was threatened by development plans during the 1960's.

The Magic Roundabout in Leicester Square

by Mariajoy

While we were in Leicester Square we noticed they were preparing for the premier of the Magic Roundabout at the Odeon. We didn't see it but we went round the corner to Shaftsbury Ave to see a proper film, Garden State.

Check the website for London cinema listings

The Thames Festival

by Mariajoy

The "end of summer" weekend festival on the South Bank and Southwark Bridge is a stupendous affair of colour, music, food and fun. Southwark Bridge is closed to traffic and covered with sand, astro-turf, and sofas..... a little bizarre..... but great fun and a good place to rest weary feet and have a glass (plastic beaker) of cool cider.

This is an event for the whole family and there is something here for everyone but the crowds are huge and the queues for food and drink are long... unavoidable really so be prepared.

The festival is free and full details of what's on can be found at the official website.

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