MIC - Hotel and Conference Center

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

81 - 103 Euston Street, King's Cross, London, NW1 2EZ, United Kingdom
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Has anyone used onhotels.com?

by graphicscorpio

I'm thinking of booking a room thru onhotels.com. I'm not familiar with this company. I'd like your opinions of this 3rd party booking site. Thank you!

Re: Has anyone used onhotels.com?

by ranger49

I have not come across this one before. The website seems to be in order - date shown as 2010 but no indication of how long the company has been established, nor any mention of membership of, or afffiliation to any recognised tourist industry regulatory body.
If I were using a hotel booking site I would prefer to stick to well established sites like bookings.com or lastminute.com

Re: Has anyone used onhotels.com?

by ranger49

PS - For airport hotelsI have had some very good deals through this site -

Re: Has anyone used onhotels.com?

by leics

I have not heard of this site either and, like Ranger, would prefer to stick with well-known and reliable sites such as the ones she mentioned.

www.booking.com is my site of preference for the UK and Europe www.venere.com is also a thoroughly reliable booking site.

A further alternative is the official London tourist information website, which lists all London accommodations and allows you to book through the site:


although I do not know if rates as as good as those offered by booking.com etc

Re: Has anyone used onhotels.com?

by hawkhead

The general consensus on what I can find online is that most people have never heard of them! However, some people have, with no negative feedback, and a couple have used them satisfactorily. However, one person mentions that they do not issue VAT receipts, which means if you are travelling on business you will not be able to claim back the 17-1/2% (or 20% come 4th January). They seem to issue vouchers? Taking all of the above into account, I think if it were me, I would stick to venere, booking.com, laterooms, alpharooms et al.

Travel Tips for London

Public Toilets

by jo104

London's public toilets have recently made headlines due to the fact that many are being closed and not maintained so in short a real health hazard. It is rumoured that a third of London's public conveniences are closed so that there is only 1 public toilet for every 10,000 people.

The first London toilets were built over rivers. Engineer George Jennings designed the public toilet shown here with its distinctive iron railings and tiled interior.

Some public conveniences have been turned into business, for example a bar or perhaps you may want to visit Shepherds Bush Comedy Club.

The websites below may assist you to find a place to relieve yourself a little bit of planning goes a long way. Alternatively you may wish to visit a department store such as Selfridges, John Lewis, Marks and Spencer and the like or good old McDonalds.

Only the major tube stations have public toilets which are serviced by cleaning staff a visit here will cost you 20p http://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/Corporation/our_services/health_safety/public_conveniences.htm

Really I live in a town just...

by Strena

Really I live in a town just outside London called Luton, so I'll answer these questions about Luton! What I miss most about Luton when I'm away is the friendly people. Luton has got a bit of a bad reputation but the people a actually really nice.
I feel comfortable as soon as I get back here!

The British Airways London Eye...

by Judd

The British Airways London Eye offers a great view over London. It is a giant ferris wheel that takes about an hour to complete one rotation. It doesn't actually stop, so you need to be a little careful stepping into and out of the pods.
If the weather is not TOO overcast, you have a very nice view of London. When I was there, the weather was overcast, so the view wasn't as spectacular, but it was still worthwhile.


by sourbugger

Whilst most European and American cities have some often beautifully made wooden newstands on their streets selling all manner of newspapers, magazines and other stuff in London we have the brigades of the Evening Standard sellers.

Some don't even have kiosk, but others have a tiny shed from which they flog their stock of Evening Standard newspapers.

Their cries of 'eee (very long) venn nen stunn durd' can be heard all over central london from lunchtime into the late evening.

To replicate this sound, it must be accompanied by a long intake of breath and a refusal to operate the jawbone.

The paper itself sells some 400,000 copies a night and is similar in nature to the Daily Mail (who own it). It concentrates more on national news rather than London, although the listings sections are often useful for visitors to browse through.


by gkitzmil

...................................................................... ....If you drink beer don't pass up the chance to lift a pint in London. .... DO NOT believe the rumor that it is served at 'room temperature.' Yes it may be warmer than a cold Budweiser in the US but try it! I will add to this page later. More sightseeing. Check back.....:-)


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