Archive for June 2008

London hotel prices starting to fall

Jun 24th, 2008 | By | Category: London Hotels

Deservedly so, I see that the more “clued up” hotels on the hotel website are reducing their prices ahead of an expected fall in occupancy. The bigger groups which have more sophisticated trend prediction software are the leaders with some superb central London bargains to be had in July and August. The independant hotels [...]

Baileys Hotel Deals

Jun 23rd, 2008 | By | Category: London Hotels

I suggest that you book this one quick ! Baileys Hotel London has room prices from as low as 87 pounds per night This is a superb located hotel right in the heart of SW7 and Chelsea. From here you can walk to Harrods and Harvey Nics Book the Baileys Hotel London now through Hotel [...]

London hotel deal of the month

Jun 23rd, 2008 | By | Category: London Hotels

Baileys Hotel London has some amazing prices at the moment ! Located just 30 metres from the Gloucester Road tube station in South Kensington, this must be one of the best places to stay in the whole of central london. It has supreme transport links, It has the museums, Harrods is walkable, there are countless [...]

Hotels near Brick Lane

Jun 14th, 2008 | By | Category: Hotel-Assist News

Hotel-Assist relaunched their hotels near Brick Lane page. So far 4 hotels have been added to the list: Recommendations for additions are gladly welcomed.

LONDON – You love it or hate it, or both

Jun 12th, 2008 | By | Category: Readers Contributions

London. The streets are paved in gold. It’s the place where everyone who is anyone comes. It’s the city that never sleeps. It’s where the rich and famous play, right? Well, er, kind of… I moved to London just over a year ago from Vancouver, Canada – arguably one of the most clean, healthy and [...]

London on a budget

Jun 12th, 2008 | By | Category: Readers Contributions

London is often criticised for being too expensive for a family to visit, but I can tell you that it isn’t always true. Now I`m not going to start comparing London to other cities, thats not the point. The point is that most visitors don`t do their homework before coming to London, and the result [...]

Jack is Nimble, so You be Quick

Jun 12th, 2008 | By | Category: Readers Contributions

A look at the Jack the Ripper industry in East London Jack the Ripper not only created chaos in the East End of London in 1888, he also unwittingly created a massive new industry. That industry started life in the daily and weekly rags of London, and then it spread to the nationals and the [...]

Words of Advice from a Pot to a Kettle

Jun 12th, 2008 | By | Category: Readers Contributions

Dear Travellers, Welcome to London. I hope you had a safe flight. If you have not yet arrived and are simply thinking about a possible trip then let me be the first to encourage you to turn this thought from a simple daydream into a concrete reality. I too arrived here as a tourist, a [...]

Following Forgotten Footsteps Through London

Jun 12th, 2008 | By | Category: Readers Contributions

If you find yourself amidst the vibrant, exciting, pulsating bustle of London City, with a day to fill, why not embark on a slightly more serene adventure and follow in the footsteps of some of Europe’s finest writers and follow them through the streets of London. For those of you who never leave home without [...]

One Londoner’s Desperate House Search…

Jun 12th, 2008 | By | Category: Readers Contributions

I was half way up Stroud Green Road on a sleepy Saturday morning when I seriously started to dread having to see the next apartment. It would be the sixth place I had seen in my increasingly desperate search for a one-bedroom apartment in London. I wasn’t looking for much, just a quaint little place [...]