Premier Inn London - Wimbeldon South

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27 Chapter Way, Off Merantun Way, London, SW19 2RF, United Kingdom
Premier Inn London Wimbledon South
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Wimbeldon Warmup

by Yudhis

Stella Artois Championships, the event for those who want to warmup their feet on the grass before the Wimbeldon.

Held every year in June, just about a week after French Open, you get to see many of the world's top ranking male players.

Just for a fact;, until 2003;
The most wins is John McEnroe (1 double) and Boris becker.
The Youngest is Boris becker
The Oldest is Jimmy Connors Just sit back and relax, enjoy the hot summer feel of London on this month.

Wimbeldon, England

by beakers

"If in Great Britian in December"

Try to see a local pantomime. For an American they are great fun. Often a traditional story with song, dance, comedy and audience participation.

London, England

by cmcard2

"Wimbeldon Road SW"

To get to Wimbledon, you take the tube to i believe south heights, bypassing the wimbledon stop. From there it is about a mile or two down the road on the right.

"Westminister Abbey"

"London Tower"


by mrandmrsdevlin


We were so lucky to have found this little corner of London, Little Venice, which we absolutely fell in love with!

"Sideways Street Tennis"

This was one of the more humorous things that happened on our trip. We walked out of our hotel into Norfolk Square and this, rather intoxicated, Englishman asked us if we were tennis players, because we "looked so fit". We told him no, but he insisted on playing a "game of tennis" against Nate in the street. He said he was the "nearsighted Wimbeldon Champion" he and Nate played several rounds of tennis with an imaginary ball and raquets.
It was hilarious, and attracted a crowd. At one point a woman told us that we had now met a true Englishman.
In the morning we saw the guy again, it turns out that he worked at our hotel, and Nate asked him if he had played anymore tennis. He got a little embarassed, and laughed and told us he had had a few too many pints at the pub. We obviously didn't mind, as it was a fun sidenote to our trip, and left us with one hell of a funny story to tell!


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Forum Posts

Wimbeldon tennis tournament.

by allouc

Hi all,

I will be in London having a spare day on Sunday and was thinking of taking a little bit of tradition in and going to watch a tennis match. Can anyone please give me any answers to the following?
1) What's the easiest way to get to the grounds from Heathrow?
2) Can I get tickets easily there and at about what cost?
3) Is it a good idea or is there something better to do? It is not that I am a tennis buff and I am open to any decent suggestion.

Thanks in advance.


Re: Wimbeldon tennis tournament.

by chrishc

Do a Google and check out the Wimbledon web site.

I think the middle Sunday is people's Sunday where people don't dress up and there are no pre booked tickets so you can turn up real early and get centre court seats, people do queue overnight.

Bus or taxi might be the best bet.

I have never been but it does seem like it might be fun.

Don't think it will be cheap though but hopefully a good experience.

Re: Wimbeldon tennis tournament.

by DUNK67

i dont think that they play on the first sunday, unless they have too many games postponed because of rain.

Re: Re: Wimbeldon tennis tournament.

by chrishc

You are right, I was describing middle Saturday.

However, if there is plenty more rain they may have to rethink.

Re: Wimbeldon tennis tournament.

by jrs1234

Hi -

Unusually, there will be play at Wimbledon, see:

for the details. However, there's a fair chance of rain...

There's a ton of stuff to do in London, even on a Sunday - if it is a wet day, why not visit a museum or art gallery - London has some of the world's best (the National Gallery and the British Museum are 2 places that spring to mind - there are many more).



Wimbledon ties

by Krill

HI everyone
We are travelling to the UK in July to visit Australian friends that are playing cricket over there. A very special old man (he designed my stunning engagement ring) has asked me to get him 2 Wimbledon ties while I am over there - he has refurbed his store and used the Wimbeldon colours - so wants 2 of the purple and green striped ties. We actually the day after the final - ANY advice on where I could source such things? I am not sure they are a standard memorabilia item

Re: Wimbledon ties

by Eddie101 website has a range of sporting goods including ties. Different styles so you may like to look first, good luck

Re: Wimbledon ties

by LondonChris

The web site mentioned above is a good idea, but there are more items that you can buy in the wimbledon store, but you have to visit the club for that. If you go to the club after the championships you will not need a ticket.
Also some of the big department stores have wimbledon merchandise during the championships, but the range may not be too wide, best bet is Harrods.

Good luck!

Fullham - area information

by kerryFR


My female friend is relocating to London for a year through Student Work Abroad Program. She's just found out that she'd be staying in the Fullham area of London. Well, she's been to London twice, but the last time was 8 years ago and she only went to the touristy areas so she doesn't know much about Fullham. So she'd like to ask help from all the good people here on VT to share any information about Fullham. Because we've been searching the net for more info about Fullham but no luck so far.

She'd like to know the following:
1. Is the area safe? Cheap or expensive? Quiet or loud? Good restaurants and/or nightlife?
2. Where in London it is actually located? Near major tourist landmarks? Is the area convenient to be a base to get around London?
3. Any distinctive qualities that make Fullham unique?

Thank you beforehand to those of you who are willing to share your insights!


Re: Re: Fullham - area information

by leffe3

Agree with Kay - its nothing spectacular in terms of landmarks, but trendy, fun area with heaps of restaurants, bars etc, especially round Fulham Broadway. Its part of the Kensington/Chelsea niche area - overflow of people who couldn't afford Chelsea moved to Fulham. Now its as upmarket (or getting close) as Chelsea. So don't expect it to be a cheap part of town to live in!

Re: Re: Fullham - area information

by Zomame

I work in Putney which is part of Fulham and its a lovely place to be. Its very clean and i would say its safe also. There are good transport links and very close to the nice area of wimbeldon (where the tennis tournament is held). There are lots of bars and places to eat and you can be in at Leicester Square in under 30 minutes.

Re: Fullham - area information

by kerryFR

Thank you to those of you who replied. They were very helpful indeed! Being ignorant Americans, we just realized that Fulham is spelled with one L instead of two so that was why we were unable to find any info on the net. Well my friend is really ecstatic now and can't wait to live there, and I'm jealous :) Thanks again everyone!


Re: Re: Fullham - area information

by kerryFR

Hi Kay, you're absolutely right! I almost attempted to pronounce Fulham "Ful-Ham" but since Beckham is pronounced "Beck-um", I thought it would follow the same pattern so I managed to avoid blasphemizing your language this time :)

Travel Tips for London

Walk much?

by tvor

Really good walking shoes and a collapsible umbrella. You can get whatever you need there. Bring your own meds though. Weather is generally not too hot in summer or too cold in winter. You can get hot and humid in summer and rare occasions of snow in winter. Spring and Fall are quite comfortable times to travel.


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