Archive for July 2008

Royal Albert Hall hotel finder

Jul 21st, 2008 | By | Category: London Attractions

Hotel Assist have produced a one page fact sheet on finding a hotel near to the Royal Albert Hall Located in the royal borough of Kensington. Just south of Hyde Park on Kensington Gore, the dome shaped Royal Albert Hall is a very popular arts venue which is on the visit list of most tourists. [...]



Kensington hotel page

Jul 20th, 2008 | By | Category: London Hotels

Hotel-Assist.Com has just produced an invaluable quick reference guide explaning why you should book a Kensington Hotel. This overview covers attractions, restaurants and hotels in the borough of Kensington London. Its writen by locals for tourists and is well worth reading if you are planning a trip. It is actually suprising how much there is [...]



London lodgings advice

Jul 18th, 2008 | By | Category: London Hotels

Hotel-assist.com has produced a quick read advisory on where to stay in London. Aware that many people want the real facts without the waffle they have produced a one page overview of the main areas in central London that people consider for their London lodging. When visiting a city for the first time it is [...]



London travel resources

Jul 18th, 2008 | By | Category: London Hotels

Hotel-Assist.com has launched a resource section to their London hotel website. Within this new addition, clients can easily navigate to important London listings and links to newspapers, tour operators, maps and currency exchange. Of assistance to both leisure and busines travellers is a page offering information on how to book theatre seats at discount prices. [...]



A Manc in London

Jul 16th, 2008 | By | Category: Readers Contributions

Composed and submitted by Becky Colley As a Mancunian girl, and therefore a Northerner through and through, it’s bred into me to hate ‘The South’. So imagine my surprise when I visited London for the first time this time last year and instantly fell in love. Don’t get me wrong, Manchester is a fantastic city [...]



My winds, my trees, my moons etc

Jul 16th, 2008 | By | Category: Readers Contributions

Explanation: Perhaps I could rename it, “Fear and Loathing in London”. I might say that the whole thing is a parody of the poet, the melancholic universe created by the young hopeless pedestrian, flashing eyes at everything around him, his heart seething with discontent. When I wrote this, I was just in that “state of [...]



EXTREME – ‘TAKE US ALIVE TOUR 2008′ London Astoria

Jul 16th, 2008 | By | Category: London Attractions

Extreme took the music scene by storm in 1990 with their debut album numbers like ‘Get The Funk Out’ and the Number 1 hit ballad ‘More Than Words’. The bands familiar sound is a mix of hard rock funk in the spirit & style of their predecessors Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith, Queen & Van Halen – [...]



Where to buy Gold in London

Jul 16th, 2008 | By | Category: Featured London Article

Strange topic for a London tourism site but we have had several requests about where to buy gold in London and where to stay nearby. The main source that we know of is ATS BULLION which deals over the counter in gold coins and bullion so if you fancy impressing your friends get there and [...]



Kylie at the O2 London

Jul 16th, 2008 | By | Category: London Attractions

Guaranteed to be a sell out as usual, Kylie, late of the OBE award, hits the London stage one more time at the O2. The pocket rocket has now hit 40 and has lost non of her appeal to all age groups. There are 7 shows running from the 26 July to the 4th August [...]