Posts Tagged ‘ London Hotels ’

Could the London Landscape be Changing?

Feb 22nd, 2012 | By | Category: London News

Battersea Power Station may divide opinion over its brutalist architecture and crumbling presence on the South Bank of the river, but whether you love it or loathe it you cannot doubt its iconic presence. The deconstructed Art Deco station, which has gained cult status by appearing in The Beatles’ film ‘Help’ and on Pink Floyd’s [...]

Bursting at the Seams, London Hotels in Heavy Demand for Olympic Games

Jan 27th, 2012 | By | Category: London News

With just six-months to go until full-blown Olympic fever hits London, the search for accommodation in the capital has become even more frantic. Londoners may have to barricade their doors or flee to the country, as thousands of tourists flood into the city to watch the games. has reported that searches for London hotels, [...]

Travelodge Feltham – filthy, noisy and badly managed

Jan 26th, 2012 | By | Category: Hotel Guest Complaints

I have been staying at the Feltham Travelodge on a weekly basis because unfortunately I have no other choice. I have been complaining to the reception about the poor state of the facilities, but nobody has done anything about it. Here are some examples: Someone vomited in the lobby of the 7th floor. The cleaners [...]

Hostel Smart Russel Square

Jan 26th, 2012 | By | Category: Hotel Guest Complaints

I want to ask the following complaint regarding the Hostel Smart Russel Square. 1-We booked for four nights from August 9 to August 13 for a room for 6 people (we were just 5 for the Children’s policy in England which does not allow sharing). On August 11 warn us from Spain by a serious [...]

London tourism – still hot, or just lukewarm now?

Feb 1st, 2011 | By | Category: London News

Is London tourism on the wane? Does it have a falling reputation with its expensive hotels, travel system and restaurants? Do London hotels fall short of guest expectations due to the lack of a compulsory rating system?
Whats your take on this issue?

Zone 1 London hotels – a good way to choose

Jan 6th, 2011 | By | Category: Featured London Article

It can be a dilema when you are visiting a city for the first time – you do not know the good and the bad areas – London is no different.  We have seen a new website which does go some way to helping the visitor, shows all the London hotel districts within Zone 1. [...]

Cirque du Soleil – Royal Albert Hall 2011

Dec 15th, 2010 | By | Category: London Attractions

Yes, its that time of the year again and the annual Cirque du Soleil extravaganza comes to town.  Running from January 6 until February 17 at the Royal Albert Hall, Totem is an essential visit.  The hotels of Kensington and South Kensington are very close by and being January, deals can be got!  Check out [...]

Hotel Assist sign up new London Hotel

Jan 31st, 2009 | By | Category: London Hotels

New on the London hotel scene is the Mayflower Hotel in Earls Court. This 48 bedroom hotel features very tasteful bedrooms, some with contemporary 4 poster beds. The location is great for travelling around central London as the Mayflower is only 2 minutes walk from the Earls Court tube station.  From here you can travel [...]

Massive fall in London hotel bookings

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

If you are looking to book a hotel in London research it carefully. Many 4 star hotels are now competing with the 3 star market pound for pound so check these out before you make a decision. Who knows, you may get a 5 star hotel bargain, I have seen one in the West End back at sub £100 at the weekend – now thats value for money !

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 [...]