Wimbledon Hotel

78 Worple Road, London, SW19 4HZ, United Kingdom
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  • Couples47
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  • Business50

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Pancras Station

by Gramzbug

What is the best way to get to Pancras Station from Holiday Inn London Mayfair?

Re: Pancras Station

by TheLongTone

Depends on where on Mayfair the hotel is: either the dilly line from Hyde Park Corner straight through or central line foom Marble Arch to Oxford circus & change to the Victoria line.

Re: Pancras Station

by TexasDave

It's around the corner from the Green Park station, which is on the Piccadilly Line, which goes straight to St. Pancras- very easy. If you want to use a bus it is also possible but requires a change,Of course you could take a cab for more money.

Re: Pancras Station

by leics

St Pancras station is more or less conjoined with Kings Cross station, so if you look on the Tube map you will see the Tube station marked as Kings Cross St Pancras.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/london/travel/downloads/tube_map.html (not a download)

Which Tube station is nearest depends on where your hotel is, but it's a quick trip up to St P on the Picadilly Line form several nearby Tube stations.

Re: Pancras Station

by Scotlover

The BEST way is by taxi.

Re: Pancras Station

by TheLongTone

The quickest way is by bicyle, but I wouldn't recommend it to anybody not used to cycling in London or with any luggage beyond a spare pair of socks and a toothbrush.

Re: Pancras Station

by Britannia2

73 bus.

Travel Tips for London

London weather

by Bravecat

My favourite thing about London must be the way it defies weather forecasting :o) I was getting ready for 3 days of showers and sub zero temperatures, but in fact it was mostly sunny and not too cold. The weather changes hundred times a day, so be prepared. An outfit of layers that can be piled on or removed easily is very common and very convenient :o)) I will probably miss the air, the parks, window shopping and being able to walk around. No, I can't walk around in Qatar :o) Not really.

A Walk in St. James Park

by twojazztravelers

If you stop by and see Buckingham Palace, which if you are a tourist you probably will, take a walk through St. James Park. In the falls the trees are beautiful and you see joggers and families everywhere. It's a very peaceful time, in a bunch of city bustle.

Tower 7 - Sir Walter Raleigh's accommodations

by kathycollins

Higher ranking prisoners came with their own personal furnishings...some lengths of stay were extensive. But staying in a white collar crime prison mustn't have been too comfortable when you never knew from day-to-day if your collar was going to be emptied at the will if the Crown.

Swiss Re Headquarters ~ The Gherkin

by Jenniflower

A landmark in itself.

To most an ugly landmark too! But no-one can deny the incredible engineering feat of its construction.

Traditional London does not embrace new and modern design with much ease often. What with the Town Hall and it being so highly modern on the bank of the River Thames, and now this.

I love the Town Hall building, and the glass buildings alongside it arent too bad either. This building (to me), although a landmark and distinctive in design, is not a favourite though. Its strange, because I am someone who appreciates old architecture more, so for me to actually like a modern building is saying a lot.

Swiss Re use it as their corporate London Head Quarters.

It has 40 floors, and has the most awesome panoramic views over the City. If you care to dine here, their restaurant (165 metres above the ground), has the official title of being the highest restaurant in London.

There are some interesting facts within the glass walls too! One being that all the structural steel they have used (10,000 tonnes!) is the equivalent of 71 double0decker buses!

The Gherkin is environmentally friendly too, which I am pleased about.

All the information you might want to know (like how do they clean the windows?) is found in the website below.


Londons or cockneys as some...

by sheffwoz

Londons or cockneys as some Londoner are known do not generally speak any foreign languages. some times the diallect means they don't even speak english so talk slowly and cleary. Here is some cockney slang.

Apples and pears (stairs),
Barnet fair(hair/head)
Titfer tat (hat),
Boat race (face),
Daisyt roots (boots)


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Address: 78 Worple Road, London, SW19 4HZ, United Kingdom