Prince Regent Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Manor Road, Essex, London, England IG8
Menzies Prince Regent
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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
41%
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Very Good
22%
61
Average
14%
40
Poor
13%
36
Terrible
7%
20

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 25% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples66
  • Solo58
  • Business48

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Piccadly circus to Bressenden Place - Travel Options

by wmjunejo

Kindly advice the frequency at which the busses run from Piccadly Circus to Bressenden Place and how many stops are in between. What will be the fare on Oyster Card ?

Can one walk on that sector ? What is the time it takes to walk ?

What is better ? Bus, Tube or walk ?

Many thanks

Re: Piccadly circus to Bressenden Place - Travel Options

by leics

The official tfl (Transport for London) journeyplanner here;

http://www.journeyplanner.org/

will give you point-to-point travel options and details for any journey within the city. You can make the journey you mention using bus 38, or by Tube. Which you do is your choice....Tube has the advantage of not being affected by traffic congestion, but you will need to change lines.

You can find single fares with and without Oyster here:

http://www.tfl.gov.uk/tickets/14416.aspx

both places are in zone 1. Map of transport zones here:

http://www.tfl.gov.uk/assets/downloads/lon_con.pdf

It is just over a mile to walk, so will take you 20+ minutes.

Re: Piccadly circus to Bressenden Place - Travel Options

by wmjunejo

Many thanks. Seems walking would be better as I think waiting for bus or tube and travel will take about the same time or more.

What do you advice ?

Re: Piccadly circus to Bressenden Place - Travel Options

by puerto_lover

Walking from Piccadilly Circus to Bressenden Place is largely downhill. If you walk along Piccadilly (street) past the Ritz Hotel and then cut across Green Park to the front of Buckingham Palace you are nearly home. It should not take more than about 30 minutes.

An alternative is to use lower Regent Street and continue down hill all the way to the Mall and cross over to St James Park and walk alongside the lake to the far end next to Buckingham Palace.

If taking the bus I would opt for the 38 that runs past Piccadilly Circus and along Piccadilly turning down Grosvenor Place at the rear of Buckingham Palace gardens to end at Victoria Station. You can get off near to Bressenden Place.

Re: Piccadly circus to Bressenden Place - Travel Options

by wmjunejo

Grateful for the advice. Many thanks.

Re: Piccadly circus to Bressenden Place - Travel Options

by cubsur

Yes if it's not raining it is a very nice walk through Green Park. I used to work in Bressenden Place. I went to meetings not far from Piccadilly Circus and walked back. Turning left into the park at Green Park Underground station and following the paths through the park brings you out almost to Buckingham Palace, then go cross the Mall, go round the lake in St James Park and you are nearly there.

Used to take me about 20 - 25 minutes.

Otherwise the 38 bus, £1.20 on your pay as you go Oystercard.

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Regent's Park

by Betje

This is my favorite park in London!! And not just because they have an open air theatre (which if you are visiting in the summer months, I highly recommend going to see one of their shows). Just take a packed lunch (or as i usually do- a meal deal from Boots- sandwich, crisps, and a drink) and park yourself on the grass or on a bench and enjoy!!!! The park is so calming and tranquil I find- and you might even get someone playing the guitar sitting near you (who is not a busker).

Hade Park

by Toyin

This park is right across the Royal Lancaster Hotel, and very wide and contains lots of interesting events and history. The Diana park is across the road from this park. I also have the futune of being around here for the concert for Africa. Making poverty a history in Africa. The squrels and the birds, were a delight to watch.

Admiralty Arch

by dvideira

Constructed between 1906 and 1911, Aston Webb's impressive triple archway was designed to serve as part of the Mall's ceremonial approach to Buckingham Palace. Built to honour Queen Victoria, the triumphal arch also incorporated a number of residences for senior navy officials.

Note in the picture the color of the street pavement... a perpetual "red carpet" for the Queen.

Although a Grade I listed building, until recently, Admiralty Arch was used as a hostel for London's homeless. However, the building has now been refurbished and is currently being used by the Cabinet Office.

Tower of London - The Wall Walk

by kris-t

The Wall Walk runs along the eastern inner curtain wall from the Salt Tower to the Martin Tower. Much of this great wall, which encircles the castle, was built in the 1230s and 1240s The building of this towered curtain wall transformed the defences of the Tower of London, giving archers and missile-throwing machines an excellent command of the land around the castle.

The Last Real King or Queen?

by Dabs

While we all know that Queen Elizabeth II doesn't really rule the country and Charles will never rule the country (so marry Camilla already then!), how far back in history do you have to go to find the last true King or Queen of England?

Was it Edward VIII who ran off with the American tramp Wallis Simpson and abdicated the throne (1936)?

Or how about Queen Victoria who reigned for 63 years ( 1837-1901) and got an entire age named after her?

Or maybe it was George III, the "mad" king who lost the American colonies who reigned for 59 years (1760-1820)?

Or maybe it was William III ( the William of William and Mary) who reigned from 1689-1702?

Actually, you have to go all the way back to the Merry Monarch, Charles II, who both reigned and ruled from 1660-1685.

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 Prince Regent Hotel

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Address: Manor Road, Essex, London, England IG8