Built at the beginning of the century, the Best Western Carlton Hotel is situated at the northern end of the city with panoramic views of 12 miles of sandy beaches. Its location is only a few minutes from the Golden Mile and the major conference centers of the city. It is no wonder that so many people return year after year.
This hotel is a place that blends both the charm of the seventies with the architecture. Its rooms are warmly decorated, with plenty of light and air. They are spacious and very comfortable, all equipped for your comfort. The property consists of 32 acres of natural green spaces. There is room service available.
The Premier Inn is a hotel chain in Newcastle which has a great location, right on the banks of the River Tyne, just below the Tyne Bridge, one of the iconic landmarks of the city. On the first floor there is a restaurant that is open to all guests and those who aren´t, which has a beautiful view over the river. Rooms start at 70 pounds per night, but there are discounts if you reserve a room early. Breakfast is not included, and costs 7.50 pounds for the buffet. The rooms are very big, with a TV and a phone, but the internet must be paid for seperatly. The Internet network is generally the same in all the hotels of this category, and the pass they give you is valid in other hotels after the date of the first use. The service is good.
This is one of the newest hotels from the hotel chain Travelodge, built following the construction of the last of airport terminal, T5, at Heathrow. The decor is simple with a small flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with shower. Downstairs is a restaurant and a 24-hour reception. They offer a taxi service to come and pick you from the airport which costs 11 pounds from the T5 and 14 pounds for T1, 2 and 3. By day, there is a bus called Hoppas, which passes by the front of hotel and leaves you at the airport. Driving is 15 minutes from the terminals and the paid parking is 5 pounds per night. Breakfast is not included and prices start at 29 pounds per night for a double room.
The Tors Hotel is in the beautiful coastal village of Lynmouth, Devon. It belongs to the same owner as the Bath Hotel which is in the lower part of town, near the sea. The village itself is within the Exmoor national park and there are plenty of activities in Lynmouth linked to the sea and nature. The Tors Hotel is more in nature and overlooks the village, you can see it from the harbor up a hill and it's in a private 7 hectare park with the best views of the town. It's a luxury hotel with a pool but not extortionate prices and is perfect for a weekend away from London, as it's a 3-hour drive it's better to spend the night. A night costs 130 pounds/room including dinner for 2 and breakfast (a little cheaper on weekdays). Superior rooms are 170 pounds and luxury suites 280. The rooms have been renovated and are very comfortable. There's an amazing restaurant overlooking the sea which has national recognition.
Located in South Kensington, just next to the metro, this hotel in a beautiful Victorian building is a splendid alternative place to stay in London. A few minutes by tube from the vast majority of the city's tourist attractions, the rooms, breakfast and service are all spot-on. Strongly recommended, especially considering how hard it is to find a good, affordable hotel in London.
The Menzies Welcombe Hotel is situated on the outskirts of Stratford upon Avon, 1.5 miles from the town centre. It is 1.5 miles from the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, and six miles from the historic city of Warwick. This three-storey hotel is housed in a Jacobean building, with a modern wing, built in 1866. Surrounded by 157 acres of land, and with an 18 hole golf course. The full-service spa includes an indoor swimming pool, a sauna, steam room and fitness equipment, there are massage and beauty treatments available. The public areas have wi-fi Internet access, room service 24 hours a day, and has parking available. The Trevelyn restaurant serves local specialties of English and European cuisine in a traditional setting. The 78 rooms have traditional decor and furniture, including desks. All are equipped with satellite television, wireless Internet access, and tea and coffee making facilities.
The Crown Hotel is located at only 100 meters from the city center, and the train station is only 200 meters from the hotel. The hotel has three Regency style buildings, this contemporary boutique hotel features a bar, restaurant, and parking. It also provides the possibility to enjoy a full English breakfast to start off the day.
A hotel located close to the subway. The stop Great Portland Street is within walking distance of the hotel and there are also two nearby, and there are bus lines stop just outside the hotel, like Big Bus, which does tours. The rooms are spacious and comfortable, with internet, minibar, safe, hairdryer, etc ... The breakfast buffet is great, you can even find churros with chocolate. And language is no problem, since the receptionists in the dining room speak several languages.
Hi everyone! After seeing the location of various Easyhoteles in London, I opted for the one near Victoria Station and I think it was a great choice in terms of neighborhood and ease of transportation. It is 5 minutes walk from Victoria Station and 20-25 from Big Ben. It's a quiet and safe neighborhood (near many embassies) and there are several restaurants and a Sainsburys (grocery store) on a nearby street. My friend and I chose the "standard room with window" for a price of 185 pounds (at that time). The room is adequate if you are going there to sleep and bathe. The bed was as big as I expected and everything seemed clean. The bathroom is a bit tight, but good enough. Regarding the soundproofing of the room, I have to say that we never heard outrageous noise or voices, something which is crucial to get good rest. After the youth hostels, it is of the cheaper options you can find in downtown London and as long as you go prepared, so I recommend it. Clients: Young couples, friends travelling, and backpackers of various nationalities. Other accommodations where I've been: Nh Harrington Hall, Grosvenor Kensington Hotel, Bryanston Court Hotel, Picadilly Backpaper Hostel.
The hotel chain Travelodge is one of the most respectable in the United Kingdom, and if you look at the website before traveling, say between 2 months and 15 days before you go, you can find very good deals. As you can see, the rooms at the Travelodge Central Leicester are spacious and comfortable. All of them have a private bathroom, the bed is large and there is a sofa bed in the room if you have two or three children, or four friends, all of them can stay in the same room. In Leicester, I paid 32 pounds a night and made a reservation a couple of weeks in advance. If you don't reserve ahead it's 50 pounds, which is still a good deal for such a central location. You are just off High Street, the main street in Leicester with all the businesses, and five minutes away from the bus station. The train is a little further away, fifteen minutes but there are no direct buses. At the Travelodge website, you can reserve a dinner, which costs £ 8, and breakfast. It's not the best food in the world, but it's convenient because the restaurants in small towns tend to close rather early.
Between the cities of Manchester and Preston, this perfect hotel is near the M65 motorway, giving it a perfect location. This renovated Victorian mansion offers 4 acres of green gardens for all its guests. The hotel retains an old charm despite its modern facilities. Whether for business or pleasure you will feel at home. With a restaurant and a 24 hour bar this hotel is a safe option.
It is not the best choice to stay in London in regard to value. The only good thing about this hotel would be its location, but it is not enough to see with different eyes. I spent a couple of nights in late July for work, but that's no reason for the service to not be good. The three stars of London are like they are here in Spain. Everything was very old and the cleanliness of the rooms left a lot to be desired. The rooms were quite simple, with just enough space to sleep and little else. I heard a couple complain that they had bugs in their room. Luckily mine was not invaded. Everything, absolutely everything, that had carpet was dirty. In addition, there was a small amount of food with very little variety (advertised as a continental breakfast). The price is another drawback. Between 80 and 120 pounds, one should pass for the quality they offer.
It is located in Bloomsbury, near the British Museum and Regent Park. Very close to the metro station is Russell Square. If you walk a little more, you will be in Soho, Chinatown, Times Square, Piccadilly. As I said, it's the only good thing. And if it was solely to sleep, it would be fine, but the price ... Alongside all this, the hotel is huge and there are thousands and thousands of people everywhere, complaining. And, despite this, the service is very poor and it seems as if they had given up and only have half the staff required. ((Sorry about the quality of the photos, they are mobile because I did not bring a camera, but I think they help a little to see how the place is)) There are other facilities like a swimming pool, gym and bowling alley nearby. They have special prices, which are affordable for customers.
This is a backpackers hostel with a good atmosphere, and is situated in the center of Edinburgh Queensferry Street. It is open 24 hours a day so you will not have to worry if you leave and come back late. If you arrive to the city and what a provisional place to stay, as do many Erasmus students, the hostel offers a weekly rate of 55 pounds. Then prices vary according to how many people share the room with you, between 20 and 12 pounds per night. It is a five minute walk from the train station, and on a flat road, no hills to climb, which there are many of in the city. The price includes sheets and blankets, but they do not provide towels. Below are some common rooms with TV, a computer with internet, and a laundry service. It also has a bar open until quite late at night, but you can´t usually hear the noise from the rooms.
If you are looking for a place to stay in Edinburgh, then I recommend that you book Castle Rock. It's a Scottish backpackers hostel located just behind Edinburgh Castle and three minutes from the main street Lawnmarket, where there are plenty of souvenir shops, restaurants and where, along it, there are several monuments and sights. Castle Rock has a great atmosphere and a lot of young travelers stop by. The main room, the larger one, and the smaller ones are cheaper. This hotel has more than 14 to 16 beds for about 12 pounds per night (about 13 euros). The room is quite spacious, so you do not get the feeling of being crowded or cramped because people tend to respect the fact that they're sharing a room. The only drawback is that the bathrooms are mixed, and sometimes it's a little inconvenient to have to shave in front of strangers. The hostel also has a kitchen where you can prepare food you've brought from abroad, and breakfast is included in the price per night (although those traveling from hostel Solais know that they aren't very good, as they're only a cup of cocoa, coffee or tea). The best part of this hostel is that it has two rooms, a small one with a DJ station, and another huge one where guests (from all over the world) gather to play pool, different games, play the guitar, read, etc. The decor is another aspect of the hostel that draws a lot of attention because it seems like you're actually staying in a castle, because there is even a statue of a soldier there(at night it's a little scary). The staff is very kind, they're all young people from around the world: American, Chinese, Spanish, Italian, etc. If you love Edinburgh and if you want to stay there, it's possible you can survive here for the same price or better as anywhere else.
A very nice and cozy four star hotel located 2 minutes from the British Museum in Bloomsbury area and 5 minutes from the Tottenham Court Road tube stop. The rooms are not very big, but they're very clean and neat. For breakfast, you can go downstairs to the restaurant where you just say your name, get a table, and help yourself at the buffet with traditional English breakfasts with sausages, fried egg, bacon, beans, ... .. or whatever you prefer.
The Best Western West Retford Hotel is a complex within a building that dates back to the 18th century. The hotel has no less than 61 charming rooms that are all furnished and equipped with the essential amenities. It has a restaurant that serves a selection of local and international cuisine. The hotel is surrounded by greenery and landscaped areas.
The Rutland Hotel is a hotel in the West End, a former Edinburgh slum that is currently becoming a fashionable area. Prices are high, about 200 pounds per night, but the rooms are incredible. There are only 12 rooms, all tastefully decorated and all different in their own way. The street outside is Princess Street, one of the liveliest in the city, with many shops and things to do, but once inside the hotel it is quiet. When you enter the room, you are welcomed with muffins and water bottles, more commonplace in the UK, a kettle and some tea bags or coffee. The rooms have been upgraded and now include a place to put your iPod and play your music. You are in a great location, whether it be for business or tourism, are a five minute walk from the castle and the historic UNESCO World Heritage site, and Princes is one of the streets where it is easiest to take a taxi.
The Queens Hotel in Brighton is located on King's Road, it is a nice place and very near the seashore. From the rooms their are the beach and Brighton Pier, which has now converted into an entertainment center. There are a total of 94 rooms all are quite large, and half have sea views. The private bathroom is very nice, with a corner bath that looks like a small personal spa. As for prices, the double room costs about 200 pounds with a flexible rate, but on the internet in advance you can get it for about 90 pounds. It is a 4 star hotel with a good level of service. The buffet breakfast is served until 11 am. In the area there are many restaurants and bars to go to.
This is a hostel located in Piccadilly in downtown London. There is a tube stop a few steps from the hostel and many things to do within a short walk. The photos on the web page have nothing to do with what you are going to find there, but it's still a clean, safe hostel with a great value given its perfect location.
This B & B is just outside the historic center of York (outside the city wall) but are neither are more than a 5 minute walk. The locate is an advantage because if you are driving you can leave the car parked in front of the house and forget it until you leave. The Bronte Guesthouse is a traditional b&b, but with certain amenities: a nice bed, an LCD tv, a bathroom , your kettle to make coffee or tea in the room, a hair dryer and Internet access.
One thing to note is the peace of mind (unless other guests are loud, something that can not be predicted): in the street there is little traffic and the room overlooks the garden, which is very relaxing. The English breakfast is plentiful with extra fruit and cereal pretty good coffee. York is also one of the most desirable cities in England to spend a couple of days. There are areas that maintain all the charm of the Tudor period, plenty of pubs and charming restaurants and a museum dedicated to the figure of the last Plantagenet king, Richard III.
The hotel has 26 spacious rooms which overlook the beautiful Weald of Kent. All rooms have balconies, queen beds, modem, fax and plenty of work space for those travelling on business. In addition, the property offers conference rooms which are suitable for all kinds of seminars and is close to many historic buildings which are all well worth visiting.
At just two miles from the Scottish capital Edinburgh we can find the Hotel Apartments Edinburgh Waterfront. They enjoy an ideal location, as access to the capital is quick and easy, where we can then visit the main sights and points of interest. The apartments feature a modern and cozy interior, with great accoutrements and a spacious and comfortable environment.
This is the view from one of the rooms on the top floor of the Tavistock Hotel in Bloomsbury, London. As you can see, the hotel is located in London, in a quiet and good neighborhood: Easily accessible by publoic transportation, numerous restaurants, bus stops, tourist sights, supermarkets, the British Museum right around the corner, and charming little shops.
Matfen Hall is a magnificent hotel and lodge nestled in a beautiful rural setting. It's an ideal place for a relaxing vacation for those who simply want to spend a pleasant holiday. The property features a magnificent room where guests can sink into a comfortable chair and relax in between the house's gallery of paintings.
"Best Hotel of the Year 2011" is one of the many prizes that this hotel has won and not without reason. Situated in the center of Glasgow, it offers free internet access, 24h kitchen, free movies in several languages, English and European plugs, a living room with huge bed, and a bathroom in capsule form. But there are drawbacks: the sink is outside the bathroom and no closet.
Whenever I return to London, I will stay at this hotel. There's a great atmosphere night and day. Great room, comfortable bed, perfect size, and the best hotel shower I've had in my life. The restaurant isn't far behind, good and inexpensive and the staff are on point. Free Wifi. Downtown. A perfect choice!
Staying at the Royal Crescent Hotel must be like walking into the pages of an English novel from several centuries ago. When you arrive at The Royal Crescent Hotel, you are amazed by the magnificent architecture which is preserved from the XVIII century. The Royal Crescent is a curious crescent. The hotel has 31 single rooms, 14 suites, an exclusive spa and restaurant. Each room has been decorated, recreating period details such as authentic 18th century carpets, furniture, and an outstanding collection of paintings by masters. The suites are named after historical personalities, such as Ralph Allen, William Beckford, Duke of York, Sir Percy Blakeney, Jane Austen and Sir Thomas Gainsborough.