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15 Sep-16 Sep
You can walk to the hotel from either terminal 2 or 3 so it's great for when you fly in late or need to sleep between connecting flights. Rooms are quiet and the breakfast is quite good.
30 Aug-31 Aug
There was mold and mildew in the shower. I was in room 100. I was disappointed. I love this hotel for its friendly staff, comfortable beds, large rooms, and convenient location to Heathrow. This was a one time off. I have stayed here many times and have always been pleased
25 Aug-26 Aug
Modern and clean hotel. Friendly staff and quick check in. Great buffet breakfast. Close to Heathrow airport and free bus to the hotel from the airport.
25 Aug-26 Aug
Great hotel with very nice amenities. Recommend to join the executive lounge that provides breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and hot foods for dinner with the perfect view of Big Ben.
25 Aug-26 Aug
It had very new, modern, clean and comfortable rooms. It’s was super close to an Underground station and less the a 10 minute walk to the London eye and the Queens walk.
History experts say there is evidence people lived in the four nations which comprise the United Kingdom at least 5,000 years ago. Ancient monuments like Stonehenge, historic castles, royal palaces and fabulous museum collections show the United Kingdom’s passage through time. Beach destinations like Cornwall, the stunning vistas of the Lake District plus London, Liverpool and Manchester are among the numerous reasons the nation attracts 40 million tourists a year. The United Kingdom’s attractions are only a 12-hour flight away from Thailand.Don’t Miss
The Tower of London is home to the Crown Jewels, a stunning collection of 140 objects used by Britain’s Royal Family during coronations and other state occasions, and is probably the capital city’s most visited attraction. Other unmissable draws in London are the British Museum, a huge collection of over eight million objects first established in the 18th century; and Covent Garden, a district of central London once home to a huge fruit and vegetable market but now housing cafés, pubs, shops, and opera house. Other draws are the Science Museum in South Kensington, Madame Tussauds and the London Eye, an enormous Ferris wheel on the banks of the River Thames that offers unparalleled views over London. Until 1066, Winchester was the capital of England and boasts a lovely cathedral and two ruined castles.Restaurants and Bars
Fish and chips are the United Kingdom’s most famous culinary speciality and the dish is high up on the list of must tries. There are fish and chip shops in all towns and cities, but the freshest fish is found in seaside resorts ranging from Bournemouth to Whitby. Other typical dishes are Cornish pasties, full English breakfasts and haggis from Scotland. Beer is an important element of British culture and no trip would be complete without sampling traditional ale.Activities
Museum tours, sightseeing trips aboard double-decker buses and cruising the River Thames are the top London activities. Bath, Oxford, Cambridge and Winchester are daytrip options. Elsewhere in the country, other premium destinations include the Scottish Highlands and Loch Ness, the Lake District for hiking and cruises, seaside resorts like Brighton and Blackpool for sunbathing, and Cornwall for rock climbing and surfing.Shopping
London is the United Kingdom’s top shopping location and is home to the stores of Oxford Street, Covent Garden’s boutique shops and market, and Harrods of Knightsbridge. Standard London souvenirs are models of Big Ben and red buses, tartan cloth, and T-shirts and tea-towels with Union Jack flag logos. Other top shopping locations are Birmingham, Manchester and York.