Premier Inn London Putney Bridge

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

3 Putney Bridge Approach, London, SW6 3JD, United Kingdom
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
51%
347
Very Good
33%
222
Average
10%
67
Poor
3%
22
Terrible
1%
10

Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 15% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families90
  • Couples86
  • Solo84
  • Business77

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Train from London to Brussels

by rickd11

This may be a silly question but does the train take a bridge or tunnel when it crosses over the water in route.

Re: Train from London to Brussels

by ricky52

Tunnel both ways.

Re: Train from London to Brussels

by rickd11

Thanks and could you tell me the approximate cost and time it takes.

Re: Train from London to Brussels

by qaminari

LOL. It doesn't cross over the water, but under: you may have heard of the Channel Tunnel (please, not Chunnel!) or Eurotunnel?

Re: Train from London to Brussels

by qaminari

Just under 2 hrs London St. Pancras to Bruxelles-Midi, and cost depends on how far in advance you book and which type of fare you select, check it out for yourself on www.eurostar.com.

Re: Train from London to Brussels

by rickd11

Thanks .... I appreciate the information.

Re: Train from London to Brussels

by MacedonianUK

The trip London-Brussels is just around 2 hrs but the train is in the tunnel for about 20 min.... No biggie, you might realise that you are in the tunnel when you get slight pop in your ears...

Re: Train from London to Brussels

by johngayton

The last time I used it it was amphibious and quite literally crossed the water riding the waves - slowed it down a bit but a very impressive bit of engineering nevertheless.

Re: Train from London to Brussels

by GyuriFT

The question was already answered... but keep in mind: at the moment you try to buy the tickets for that service it will try to mooch Americans out of money by every possible means.

There is a workaround for it and Americans can buy tickets for European prices on-line, if you are interested I can tell, how.

I recall times long gone when Americans had much more expensive flights and trains within Russia and China. Not anymore - the prices there are same for everyone, local or overseas.

But the old nasty practice was revived where you do not expect it. Same with French tickets. :(

Re: Train from London to Brussels

by johngayton

Yes I remember when SNCF (in French) was well worth using for Eurostar journeys rather than Eurostar.com. I got the ticket prices in Euros (when GBP was about 1.40) and the upgrades were really cheap. Not no more though :(

Re: Train from London to Brussels

by rickd11

Thank you. Any help would be appreciated. We will also be traveling to Amsterdam and Brugge, so any help would be great!

Thanks again.

Re: Train from London to Brussels

by TheLongTone

what's with the 'may'?

Re: Train from London to Brussels

by Britannia2

You just change trains in Brussels. For Bruges take an Ostend train and get off at Bruges. For Amsterdam you can choose a normal train but if you want the same speed of train you will have travelled from London on you can pay a supplement and take a fast THALYS train.

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LondonConnections

by mjmaniezzo

I had a 8 hour stop over in Heathrow and I wanted to see Stonehenge. I used this company at they were fantastic there price was fair and they were very reputable.

They were on time and more importantly had me back to the airport ON TIME.

Keith was the gentleman that picked us up and he was fantastic it was an hour plus drive to Stonehenge and he was entertaining and knowledgeable.

I highly recommend this company.

The Tower of London, an...

by Patriarche

The Tower of London, an amazing monument to the human race's cruelty.... Nevertheless, an interesting way to learn some English history. The friendly yeomen will give you a very entertaining tour and explain you how those 'friendly devices' work. Don't be surprised if you feel like belonging to some cattle herd while visiting the Crown Jewels (that's the only downside to the visit). From the Tower, you have an amazing view over London Bridge. Attending a performance of Hamlet in Shakespeare's Globe Theater

Calling outside UK

by fouads

Calling from puplic phone to outside UK is expensive so you can buy some prepaid calling card , they are cheap and can call anyone .
there is too much kind so ask the seller for the best card for the destenation you want to call

30 St. Mary Ax - Foster's "Erotic Gherkin"

by yooperprof

Opened in 2004, Norman Foster's version of "A Cigar is Just a Cigar." Other wags (like yooperprof) enjoy calling it "the Erotic Gherkin". This interestingly-shaped tower in unlike any other building in London - or England, for that matter. This is easily the most provocative building in London to completed in the last 30 years. 180 meters (591 feet) tall, with forty stories.

Are you going to London ?

by sourbugger

If you are visting London then you always say that you are going "up" to London, even if you live North of London and it looks "down" on the map.

A bit of a pedantic point I know - but an interesting quirk of language.

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Address: 3 Putney Bridge Approach, London, SW6 3JD, United Kingdom