St Joseph Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

43-45 Longridge Road, Earls Court, London, SW5 9SD, United Kingdom
St Joseph Hotel
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 33% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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cheap hotel nearby queens theatre & her majesty theatre

by chanchan88

hi VTs,
I'll be in london to watch Les Miz & phantom is 25, 26 May 09. Do u have any recommendation on cheap hotels (around £60/night) nearby those theatres?


Re: cheap hotel nearby queens theatre & her majesty theatre

by henry14

You could try Travelodge: or search on Late Rooms:

Re: cheap hotel nearby queens theatre & her majesty theatre

by puerto_lover

If you have ever flown Easyjet and have enjoyed the cost saving, you may like to look into Easyhotel. There is one at 36-40 Belgrave Road, SW1V 1RG which is not too far away from Victoria Station.
Well within budget but not suitable for those suffering from claustrophobia. For one nights sleep - adequate.

Travel Tips for London

You must take a walking tour,...

by Blairco

You must take a walking tour, my favorite was 'The Jack the Ripper Tour' The tour guide leads you around the part of London where Jack the Ripper did his famous murders and the actual sites. They have a tour for everybodys taste. Its a must.

Guildford, Angel's Hotel

by s_odyssey

stop for tea and crumpets. I had to meet some old friends of the family in Guildford and they brought me for tea at noon just like we did when we lived in Saudi Arabia (they were my neighbors). It was called the Angel's Hotel and it dates back to the 1400's, besides the few touch ups, the establishment has not changed, even the selection of literature is still quite authentic. Obviously there are many hidden treasures of this sort across England, you have got to try it! And no, that does not mean taking tea at the Ritz Hotel in London, it beats the whole purpose, unless you want to feel as a tourist after the double-decker ride.

The Golden Jubilee Bridges (2)

by alucas

The design and construction of the bridges was quite a challenge. It necessary to keep the existing pedestrian crossing open until the first new bridge was complete. It was also necessary to co-ordinate closures of sections of the river, of the road and of both the over-ground and underground railways. London Underground became concerned that piling work in the river might set off a hitherto un-discovered world war bomb close to the tube tunnels, with potential disastrous results. This led to a redesign of the bridges to avoid foundations near the tube tunnels, and additionally the foundations nearest the tunnels were dug by hand in order to minimise any vibrations that might shake a bomb enough to start its timer.

Following the pedestrian-induced “wobble” at the Millennium Bridge, extensive testing was carried out to ensure the same problem would not arise.

London Buskers

by Mariajoy

Buskers of all descriptions, some good, some not so good, can be found on the streets of London almost everywhere but particularly in central London and particularly when there is some big event on.. like when I found these two musical entrepeneurs on the South Bank.

It was the weekend of the Open House and End of Summer Festival and there was music everywhere. But these two, with their old upturned plastic paint pots... were absolutely bloody incredible... They had cleverly positioned themselves in an underpass (good acoustics!) and their fast and furious rhythmic drum beat was drawing the crowds and they weren't just passing..they were stopping to listen! it was amazing!

My motto for buskers..."If they are good enough to make you stop... throw some change in their pot!!"

Smart Packing for a More Pleasant Visit

by deecat

Small bag within your backpack or else you will have to check your backpack at most sites. When going out for the day to museums, only take the small bag, and that will save you lots of hassles. Broken-in walking shoes (broken in BEFORE you leave for the trip!), and make sure they do not look like tennis shoes. I always wear black leather running/walking shoes that serve day and evening attire. All prescriptions in their ORIGINAL containers. I also make a copy of them, and place that copy in another location. It's not photo equipment, but you should bring a passport-sized photo of yourself because you will need it if you plan to purchase a travel card for the "Tube". Bring a lightweight pair of binoculars to view the gargoyles, painted ceilings, and statues.

I had an advantage as to what to wear in London because my daughter lived there and gave me tips. Pack "upscale" leisure clothes. If you dress with respect in London, you will be treated with more respect.


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