General Discussion: london hotels


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rural
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17874 posts since 26/9/06

10 Dec 2012 14:51
andymakesglasses wrote:
InWonderland wrote: Will only be for a few hours after a gig

(no groupie)?

Need somewhere to park that tour bus
artiefufkin
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388 posts since 11/7/06

10 Dec 2012 17:14
Tune Hotel near Liverpool St probably the cheapest.
InWonderland
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2662 posts since 8/2/07

10 Dec 2012 18:58
rural wrote:
andymakesglasses wrote:
InWonderland wrote: Will only be for a few hours after a gig

(no groupie)?

Need somewhere to park that tour bus

Laughing out loud
I'm not staying in it.. Mates from oop north coming down to see Tortured Soul..

Ta!
Seventyfour
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9463 posts since 6/10/05

28 May 2013 17:45
Aly one know of any good hotels round Central Soho, Covent Garden, Leister Sq areas? I'm looking at St Martins Lane but its coming up at around £270 anything better or cheaper about?
selkiefolk
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426 posts since 27/3/13

28 May 2013 21:25
Russ

Sub-£270 (i.e. none of the Firmdale group's Sanderson, Soho or Haymarket hotels) worth checking:

£££ - Dean St. Townhouse - check @sohohouse twitter feed, might be some deals kicking around - Shoreditch House is Liverpool St, so bit further from West End, but same group as Dean St, and arguably better spec (swimming pool, better bars, food, proximity to Redchurch St shops etc); rooms aren't too roomy, but chic enough. Trafalgar Hotel, Trafalgar Sq also can be quite decent value. Back Shoreditch-ward again, Zetter is good.

££ - York and Albany, Primrose Hill (Mornington Crescent tube or Regent's Park tube, v. close to West End)


Seventyfour
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9463 posts since 6/10/05

28 May 2013 22:11
Already checked Shorditch house (no rooms) and Dean Street (£££££) York and Albany has no rooms
I usually stay East, but the Mrs is heavily pregnant so we won't be going out on the piss as such, I'm getting tattooed in Soho and I wouldn't mind going to Balthazar, so it makes sense staying round Soho / Covent Garden .
Has anyone tried One Leicester Street, Town Hall hotels new place?
PH
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711 posts since 5/2/07

1 Feb 2014 20:27
Planning heading down next month, where's good to stay these days?

Just been looking at the Ace Hotel Shoreditch and St Pancras Renaissance, anyone got any experience of them?
leemc77
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2625 posts since 24/10/06

1 Feb 2014 20:32
I normally go for the Hoxton, Ace hotel would be a lot more baller though
carl lewis
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23965 posts since 14/10/04

1 Feb 2014 21:30
ME hotel on the strand
deuce
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14143 posts since 21/1/08

1 Feb 2014 21:34
i stayed at the marin (?) apartments near tower hill, was surprisingly cheap. balling apartment.
Ocin
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1420 posts since 4/6/04

1 Feb 2014 21:38
I stayed at the ace when it opened and the Hoxton a few times. Ace wins in every category. It's worth the extra dollar. Have breakfast at hoi polloi and check the downstairs bar out. Hoxton feels a bit worn now, rooms are tatty
PH
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711 posts since 5/2/07

15 Feb 2014 22:49
Booked the Ace.

Cheers for your input.
-DiscoTits-
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992 posts since 26/11/07

16 Feb 2014 13:10
If you can get a theme room at the Hoxton then they are really decent. I got the Hoxton Manor one last time there and it was very good.
01huba
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390 posts since 14/7/11

16 Feb 2014 14:30
Stayed at the Ace last week, very good service and overall a nice experience. Interiors are much nicher than the building.
diederik
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3315 posts since 16/8/11

20 Mar 2014 09:45
Want to book the Town Hall for long weekend in May, still good choice?
Columbus
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49 posts since 5/2/10

20 Mar 2014 09:59
diederik wrote: Want to book the Town Hall for long weekend in May, still good choice?

Stayed there last month. Really unimpressed.

Think they must be struggling as the restaurant has just shut down too….
suck your mum
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2393 posts since 7/4/04

20 Mar 2014 10:06
^Viajante has closed down. But this was never the 'hotels' restaurant. That's the Corner Room which is upstairs and is great (and still open).
diederik
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3315 posts since 16/8/11

20 Mar 2014 10:12
Columbus wrote:
diederik wrote: Want to book the Town Hall for long weekend in May, still good choice?

Stayed there last month. Really unimpressed.

Think they must be struggling as the restaurant has just shut down too….

What didn't you like about it? From reviews/photos it looks great and 155 quid a night for the suite is not a bad deal at all
Seventyfour
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9463 posts since 6/10/05

21 Mar 2014 02:42
I realy like it but it is abit out of the way and if the central line is down your fucked! past couple of times I've been down to London I've stayed at their new place, One Leiscester Street, right next to Leiscester Square, it's only small but I like it, if you drop them an email they do you a good deal, the bar guy does fucking awesome cocktails too
San
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10493 posts since 14/11/05

21 Mar 2014 13:44
One Leicester Street breakfast is good too.
Suite is cheap for £125 a night