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General Chat Thread, Hotel advice - London with tube access in General; Originally Posted by GeekyPete So unless there's an England match or something on, you might be able to get a ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeekyPete View Post
    So unless there's an England match or something on, you might be able to get a bargain.
    Or the Marathon? lol

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    If I was working in London I used to stay here http://www.milesfaster.co.uk/hotels/...ewer-hotel.htm A couple of minutes walk from Hillenden tube station. The only thing I'd say is that if it's the Marathon weekend then the centre of London with be chaotic.

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    Last time I went down and took the family we stayed at the Premier Inn Hammersmith (only just in Hammersmith!). It's close to a tube station, but possibly far enough out not to be too busy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pooley View Post
    OK I thought i'd be a good hubby and book a weekend away to London for the wife's birthday. Booked the train tickets ages ago - nice and cheap then.

    I have since discovered it's the same bl@@dy weekend as the London marathon, and reasonable priced hotels are like hen's teeth!

    Not knowing london at all i'm after a bit of advice on hotels maybe in the outskirts of london with good tube access in? The rail tickets I bought were non-refundable so it's either loose 100 on them or find a reasonably priced hotel.

    I'll pay up to/around 200 ish for the 2 nights.

    Any idea's ?

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    London Docklands have a Premier Inn I think. There is also a Crowne Plaza - really nice place very short walk from DLR and the Emirates cable car too Crowne Plaza London Docklands - London

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    Quote Originally Posted by plexer View Post
    Stevenage is a 22 minute train journey on a fast train that doesn't stop going in to King's Cross if that's any help?

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    Not far from Stevenage there is also Welwyn Garden City. Other places to have a look at will be Elstree and Borehamwood, Watford or Slough too... Good luck finding a hotel and remember to check when the last train is - platforms aren't very comfortable to sleep on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by laserblazer View Post
    If I was working in London I used to stay here http://www.milesfaster.co.uk/hotels/...ewer-hotel.htm A couple of minutes walk from Hillenden tube station. The only thing I'd say is that if it's the Marathon weekend then the centre of London with be chaotic.
    I thought the Master Brewer closed down. Tesco going up on its former grounds.
    Having said that there are lots of B&Bs in Hillingdon. You have a choice of Ruislip, Ickenham or Hillingdon tubestations.

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