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Lastminute.com - Top Secret Hotels REVEALED (London ONLY)

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  • phil_solophil_solo Forumite
    101 posts
    Part of the Furniture Combo Breaker
    Lastminute has the Athenaeum "Top West End Hotel" at £150, I like this hotel a lot, service is impeccable, the room's aren't huge but they've been furnished recently and excellently. Food isn't the best for a 5* hotel so I would eat somewhere else.
    Also, there's the May Fair Hotel "Luxurious hotel in Mayfair with Spa" for £138.49 but it isn't exactly the same kind of quality.

    Too Right!! Isn't that the one where the likes of Kerry Katona, Peaches Geldof and Nicola McClean tend to hang out courting tabloid attention? :embarasse
  • phil_solo wrote: »
    Too Right!! Isn't that the one where the likes of Kerry Katona, Peaches Geldof and Nicola McClean tend to hang out courting tabloid attention? :embarasse


    Indeed (10 characters)
  • 2522laura wrote: »
    Does anyone know which hotel this is please?

    Modern waterfront hotel with health club and pool - 4* - London

    Hotel information

    Modern 4 star deluxe hotel in the vibrant Docklands close to Greenwich, O2, Canary Wharf with its shopping malls and good links into Central London. Onsite parking, Restaurant & Bar (incl outdoor Terrace). Large wellness centre with pool, jacuzzi, sauna, steam and gym. Rooms feature PayTV, Internet access, Tea/Coffee making facilities. 24hr room service available.
    phil_solo wrote: »
    Can't say for absolutely certain, though I'm sure it's come up on the thread before, but this sounds a lot like it might be the Hilton Docklands Riverside which is actually in Rotherhithe on the opposite side of the river from Canary Wharf. Nearest Tubes would be Rotherhithe, Canada Water and Surrey Quays, all about 10-15 minutes walk I reckon.


    Actually it's the Crowne Plaza London Docklands. I know your mum was willing to travel but I think that's a bit too far to be fun. I'm doing a bit of a search to see what else is around for her at the moment.
  • maisie999 wrote: »
    Hi folks

    Any recommendations for next weekend in London.

    Not too bothered about area but prefer reasonable access to west end.

    Cheers

    Hi, best to wait till after the weekend for the most attractive prices.
  • edited 27 March 2011 at 3:19AM
    Pelican_eats_pigeonPelican_eats_pigeon Forumite
    783 posts
    edited 27 March 2011 at 3:19AM
    OK, haven't been hugely successful on the pools front (there were a couple of other cheapish ones I found with pools but there were other reasons why I wouldn't recommend them).

    Milennium and Copthorne Hotels at Chelsea fc £89/£110 b&b (tripsta)
    Hilton Canary Wharf £107 b&b via Hilton website, also available through other agents
    The Park City £111 (olotels)/£125 b&b (asda)
    Park Plaza Victoria 116 b&b (tripsta)
    Riverbank Park Plaza 116 b&b (otel)
    Park Plaza Westminster Bridge £118 (olotels) - this one has a pool
    Royal Lancaster £122 b&b (hotels4u)
    K West £99 (expedia)
    Millennium Bailey's 104 b&b (alpharooms)
    Marriott West India Quay £111 (expedia)
    "Modern hotel near Tower Bridge - Central" - Hilton tower bridge £123.75 (lastminute secret)
    "Outstanding hotel located in Paddington" Hilton London Paddington £93.75 (lastminute secret)
    "Stylish Kensington hotel ideal for museums" Crowne Plaza Kensington £99 (lastminute secret)
    "Intimate and Luxury Boutique Hotel in Hyde Park" Royal Park Hotel £126.99 (lastminute secret)
    "Stylish, vibrant & ideal for London shopping" The Andaz £130 (lastminute secret) - 5-star hotel, worth choosing the £20 extra breakfast option as it's a good breakfast.
  • bluemorphbluemorph Forumite
    141 posts
    I love the Athenaeum, haven't stayed at the Cadogan myself but it's supposed to be really good as well. You said location was a big factor - these two are the most central.

    Decor at the Athenaeum I think is slightly more contemporary, Cadogan more traditional, so it's a question of taste as well.

    Big thank you to Pelican, i stayed at the Athenaeum on Friday night and it was wonderful.
  • Hi. We are wanting a 5* hotel in central London for next Friday. Can you tell what the different top secret ones are on lastminute for that night?
    Thanks
  • OK, haven't been hugely successful on the pools front (there were a couple of other cheapish ones I found with pools but there were other reasons why I wouldn't recommend them).

    Milennium and Copthorne Hotels at Chelsea fc £89/£110 b&b (tripsta)
    Hilton Canary Wharf £107 b&b via Hilton website, also available through other agents
    The Park City £111 (olotels)/£125 b&b (asda)
    Park Plaza Victoria 116 b&b (tripsta)
    Riverbank Park Plaza 116 b&b (otel)
    Park Plaza Westminster Bridge £118 (olotels) - this one has a pool
    Royal Lancaster £122 b&b (hotels4u)
    K West £99 (expedia)
    Millennium Bailey's 104 b&b (alpharooms)
    Marriott West India Quay £111 (expedia)
    "Modern hotel near Tower Bridge - Central" - Hilton tower bridge £123.75 (lastminute secret)
    "Outstanding hotel located in Paddington" Hilton London Paddington £93.75 (lastminute secret)
    "Stylish Kensington hotel ideal for museums" Crowne Plaza Kensington £99 (lastminute secret)
    "Intimate and Luxury Boutique Hotel in Hyde Park" Royal Park Hotel £126.99 (lastminute secret)
    "Stylish, vibrant & ideal for London shopping" The Andaz £130 (lastminute secret) - 5-star hotel, worth choosing the £20 extra breakfast option as it's a good breakfast.


    My understanding is that you have to pay £25 to use the pool at the millenium copthorne at chelsea
  • My understanding is that you have to pay £25 to use the pool at the millenium copthorne at chelsea

    That's why I didn't describe it as having a pool ;)
  • That's why I didn't describe it as having a pool ;)

    Sorry - I hadnt read the whole thread just assumed that was a list of hotels with pools:o
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