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Radisson Blu Edwardian, Mercer Street at the Seven Dials has chic rooms and is located in the centre of London, within 10 minutes’ walk of Soho and Trafalgar Square. Location, staff and rooms excellent
L’oscar London is a 39-bedroom luxury hotel set within the former Headquarters of the Baptist Church. It is features French architect by designer Jacques Garcia. I absolutely loved everything in this hotel.
Rosewood London offers elegant London accommodation on High Holborn. We had concern regarding the bathroom type we cannot use the bathtub The hotel staff helpful to...
In London's buzzing district of Fitzrovia, Radisson Blu Edwardian, Grafton offers luxury, boutique accommodation on Tottenham Court Road. The stylish hotel has a modern restaurant and free WiFi. Great please, very posh and stylish.
In the heart of London’s Theatreland, The Piccadilly London West End is just 300 metres from Leicester Square. The 5-star hotel has a fitness centre and boutique bedrooms with free WiFi. Friendly and welcome staff. Nice breakfast. Great location for resturants and shows.
Goodenough Club offers 4-star accommodation overlooking a quiet garden square in London's Bloomsbury, 900 metres from King's Cross and St Pancras International stations. Great location and a lovely setting.
Situated less than 5 minutes' tube journey from the vibrant Covent Garden and West End, the modern Holiday Inn London-Bloomsbury is only 150 metres from Russell Square Underground Station. The location is excellent, a couple of minutes walk to the Russel Square Tube station.
Situated in Bloomsbury in London's West End, The Academy comprises a collection of five Georgian townhouses combined into one hotel. Excellent location, comfortable room, friendly and helpful staff
Ideally set in London, Z Hotel Holborn offers air-conditioned rooms, a bar, free WiFi and a shared lounge. Popular points of interest nearby include Lyceum Theatre, British Museum and Somerset House. Staff are the best. Clean and tidy.
Just 5 minutes’ walk from King’s Cross Station, The Crescent Hotel is set within a historic Georgian building in the fashionable Bloomsbury district. It features tennis courts and a peaceful garden. Room was comfy didnt have breakfast as had an early eurostar but got a breakfast tray late last...
On a quiet street in London's Bloomsbury, this elegant Georgian town house offers luxurious studios and suites with free WiFi. Super cheap but with a high level of service. The staff very kind and free for everything!
Located in London’s West End, less than 5 minutes’ walk from Tottenham Court Underground Station and Oxford Street shops is the St Giles. It was close to shopping and theatre
Less than 5 minutes’ walk from The British Museum, Lonsdale Hotel is situated within London’s Bloomsbury district. It offers rooms just 5 minutes’ walk from Russell Square Underground Station. Everything was great simple check in and very close to several points of interest
This 4-star boutique hotel is 500 metres from both Holborn and Russell Square Tube stations. The air-conditioned rooms feature free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV and a rainfall shower. Gilbert was wonderfully helpful and should get a raise!
In tranquil Bloomsbury, Lancaster Hotel offers spacious rooms with free WiFi and Georgian architecture, 15 minutes’ walk from Covent Garden. Very clean, helpful staff, great location- quiet street and 5 minute walk to tube station.
Kimpton Fitzroy London is a Grade II listed landmark building that occupies the eastern flank of Russell Square in Bloomsbury. Staff were so friendly and helpful Perfect location near two stations
Situated in the heart of London’s theatre district, Covent Garden Hotel is a 5-minute walk from the Royal Opera House, and surrounded by some of London’s best restaurants, bars and nightlife. Very nice decoration very large room and very clean!
Featuring design to reflect contemporary London life, Charlotte Street Hotel also boasts features of classic elegance such as period fireplaces and a wood-panelled library room. Beautiful large bedroom with comfortable bed Very good location Friendly staff
Situated 5 minutes’ walk from Oxford Street, The Soho Hotel features a fully equipped gym with an on-site personal trainer. Best ever location I had in London, close to anything
In London's Theatreland, in the heart of the West End, this 4-star boutique hotel offers beautiful rooms with antique furniture and free Wi-Fi. There is a 24-hour front desk and a library lounge. Gorgeous old building with wonky floors and gorgeous decor.
The Henrietta Hotel is located in London, a 2-minute walk from Savoy Theatre, and features free WiFi. This 4-star hotel offers a bar. henrietta is a small but clean and quiet hotel near covent garden, which means if you want to see a...
The Bloomsbury Hotel is located in the heart of the theatre district, within walking distance of most London shows. Very good staff always gentile and available, congratulations to Roxanne at the reception desk and...
Set within a 2-minute walk from Oxford Street in central London, The Mandrake is a luxury boutique hotel featuring eclectic, vibrant interiors and a carefully-curated private art collection. Great location! Great design! Haven't seen a hotel with that much cool art like the Mandrake!
With unique and stunning design, this innovative boutique hotel is just a 2-minute walk from Oxford Street. Excellent breakfast, not the standard buffet
Possibly the best museum in the world! And Free! Go for 3 hours at a time max. You will burn out before then. Do a quick Google search for what may be your interests. There is no way you could see the entire museum in a week even.
Sometimes I travel to London only to pay a visit to the British Museum. This is an amazing place, and you should be prepared to visit only parts of it at a time. Take the hall of enlightenment. That hall alone would be a very important museum by itself. So take 1 max 2 hours pick 1-2 rooms and spend your time there, do not try to cover everything. The museum has a free entry, you can come back another time and see some other parts as well. Sadly, the special exhibitions, are IMHO usually not worth the price they are asking. It is probably unfair to compare it to everything else that is outside, but as a tourist visiting London, there is so much to explore in the museum, that you will not really miss all that much if you do not go to the special exhibitions. The northern entrance is usually less crowded so you can get through the (frankly ridiculous) security checks faster.
OMG, it's massive and has things I've read about like the Elgin Marbles and Rosetta stone. Must see and then come back and see again. Special exhibits are good too. The restaurant was expensive and had a small range of items to eat.
You need a good few hours to browse, maybe a whole day. Eat a hearty breakfast. If walking/mobility is tough you can use a complimentary push chair/wheel chair - Security will take a 30 mins getting in, families and disabled/elderly folks have an express lane. Go early - enjoy your day!
Make sure you have good walking shoes on. Also - take pictures of some of the exhibits. You can bring your own food to the cafe area in the main arena. There are some good books for sale there, as well.
This one will eat away few days of yours if you are a museum person. Huge it is and one of the best I have seen. Free entry to the museum but I am sure, you will come out rich with the amount of knowledge and information it provides you. Must visit.
Location walking distance to tourist spots such as Cambridge Circus , Trafalgal Square , Oxford street , British museum, Baker Street . 1 minutes to underground station , 1 minutes to several bus stops . Cleanliness satisfied, room is spacious exceed our expectation , functional kitchen.Our Flight arrived at Heathrow at 06.00 am , while we were exhausted after long flight , surprisingly we were told our room are ready by 10.30 am , and allowed to check in earlier. Thank you.
V&A Natural History Tate Britain Tate Modern National Gallery Wallace Collection British Museum
London has many museums and galleries. I visited three of them in the four days I was there. I was specially surprised by how big the British Museum is. This is definetly the place to be if you're into art.
V&A, Royal Academy, National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery, Tate Modern, Tate, British Museum
The British Museum is an ace location - we have just returned from the Hermitage, St Petersburg and spent 12 hours in there,(on two days) but the BM's collection is brilliant and well worth seeing and it is FREE. Excellent gift shops too.
Natural history museum, Science museum, Madame Tissaud's, London dungeon, National galery, Sea life aquarium, British museum
The scale of the British museum was awesome, could spend a week in it!