The Bridge Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

30 Borough Road, London, SE1 0AJ, United Kingdom
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65
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62
Average
15%
28
Poor
8%
15
Terrible
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6

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staying in airways hotel victoria looking for nitespot info

by lfc

staying in airways hotel victoria looking for info on good places to eat and drink.any local pubs with live music. thanks in advance

Re: staying in airways hotel victoria looking for nitespot info

by zuriga

Sorry I can't help too much with the night life, but there are lots of good restaurants near your hotel. It really depends how much you want to spend, for, as you know, London is an expensive city. There is a wonderful Indian restaurant named Quilon or you can eat very well at a Lebanese place called Ishbilia (probably a bit cheaper)but lovely.

For more help, visit www.chowhound.com (UK/Ireland section). The folks there are very informative and mostly young so will know about the local pubs.

Re: staying in airways hotel victoria looking for nitespot info

by TOPSHELFPUBCRAWLER

Hi Greg
You will be relatively close to two of my favorite places.
If you continue on St. Georges St., it becomes Elizabeth Street. For a great pub, try the Thomas Cubitt. A little pricey but the food is great as is the atmosphere. Great people watching.

For exceptional Italian fare, go across the street from the Cubit to the Il Vaporetto. Superb cuisine, excellent wine list, contemporary atmosphere, and beautiful hostess.

You may also want to try the Ebury Wine Bar and Restaurant. Just a few meters closer than the other two Restaurants. A little more casual but a great place.

These are all within a short walk of your hotel.



Il Vaporetto
61 Elizabeth Street,
Belgravia,
London,
SW1W 9PP
(020) 7730 5406


The Thomas Cubitt
44 Elizabeth St,   
Belgravia, London SW1W 9PA
Reservations: +44 (0) 20 7730 6060
http://www.thethomascubitt.co.uk/


Ebury Wine Bar & Restaurant
139 Ebury Street
London SW1W 9QU
Telephone 020 7730 5447
http://www.eburywinebar.co.uk/contactus.php



Cheers!

Re: staying in airways hotel victoria looking for nitespot info

by zuriga

I second the Thomas Cubitt... it's a really fine place to eat!

Travel Tips for London

a day in the park

by maple_air

When you want to forget the hustle and bustle of the city, and you want to just spend a few moments on your own, not to think about anything and just enjoy what that very moment has to offer to you....head out to the park. Which is just what i did one crisp november morning.....to St. James Park, just next to Buckingham Palace

A bit of lesser known information about London

by tyerks

1. Today in my British History class, I learned that the bobbies are fairly new, in European terms at least. In 1829 the police were reorganized and bobbies came to be, named after Sir Robert Peel, the Prime Minister at the time.
2. On a tour of the Houses of Parliament (my favorite place) I saw this big green bag in the House of Commons. I was curious as to what it was, so after the tour, I asked the guide. Apparently, if you get enough people to sign a petition, it gets put in that bag, and the house Must discuss it. And that's where the saying "it's in the bag" comes from!

London Tip

by glitter

Walk through the posh, wealthy areas of Sloane Square, Chelsea, Kensington. I saw a Limo waiting outside a primary school, with the driver in top hat & tails, waiting to pick the kids up from school. You definately don't see that everyday at home in Perth!! The irony of wealthy & poor is so evident in London. That in itself is a very interesting thing to look out for.

How to manage your money in London

by KennetRose

I know, I know. Just stand still in London and the money seems to evaporate.

Still, seven million people manage to live quite happily there, by no means all of them multi-squillionaires, and many many more commute in every day, so it must be possible to manage. Here's some ideas...

Remember that most of the big museums and galleries are free. That should help a lot for starters. For a while in the 1980s and 90s, charging exhorbitant admission fees was considered de rigeur, but the institutions and government realised their mistake when the punters failed to turn up.

Look out for free or low-cost entertainment. City churches do lunchtime recitals of a high standard, and there is good music to be heard for free in the foyers of the Royal Festival Hall and the Barbican Centre.

Avoid buying anything from street traders in tourist haunts. Many of them are out to fleece you.

Make the most of your Travelcard - you should get one of these that best matches the length of your stay.

Choose restaurants and pubs away from - not necessarily too far - obvious tourist centres. Go for independent places rather than big chains, and make the most of local food specialities, which are part of the experience after all.

Buy food for picnics from street markets and check for bargains in big supermarkets like Tesco rather than convenience stores.

Stay overnight in small hotels, guest houses and B&Bs outside the Circle Line. Don't despise places like Ealing or Richmond, it's easy enough to get into the centre in the morning if you avoid the horrendous rush hour.

Other tips will be added when I think of them!

Men in red coats and furry hats

by Dabs

Any place you visit that is even remotely royal will feature at least one man in a red coat and a furry hat carrying a gun. It appears to be a tourist's obligation to not only laugh and point at these poor fellows and pose for silly photographs with these men but also to try to make them laugh.

By the way, what happens to them if they do crack a smile?

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Address: 30 Borough Road, London, SE1 0AJ, United Kingdom