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Deano
15-08-2009, 01:22 PM
A couple of us are getting hotels on the 19th Sep, just to make a complete weekend of it!

I wondered if
a) Anyone has booked one
b) Could recommend one
c) Would be interested in making a multi-booking to save money

Deano. :849:

celsis
15-08-2009, 03:02 PM
I'm gonna try the Unino Jack Club. I'll see if they would do a block booking. Under 50 for a single room in central London.....

misterbulgarin
15-08-2009, 04:12 PM
Ill be partially interested perhaps, saves me fuckin around with trains and such in the night.

Ramon
15-08-2009, 04:49 PM
I'm gonna try the Unino Jack Club. I'll see if they would do a block booking. Under 50 for a single room in central London.....

Would that be the Union Jack Club at Waterloo http://www.ujclub.co.uk/en-gb/index.htm

Simon-JG-hr
15-08-2009, 06:06 PM
Was thinking of going either for value of opulance... Until cigars came along, I spent almost all of my earnings on travel (no cars or binge drinking for me :biggrin1: ). As such I quite like nice hotels - usually choosing the Savoy if in London. It's still closed until the autumn (a shame as you can rack up Fairmont stays at it), so had thought of giving the Lanesborough a try (you get your own butler, even in the 'standard' rooms :eek: ).

Money might not be quite that free at the moment, so had thought of staying at the BW Premier (Shaftesbury) Kensington (here (http://www.shaftesburyhotels.com/bestwesternkensington.html)). I stayed there last time I was in London for a quick one nighter. The location is really good (about a minute from Earls Court underground station), and the rooms are finished quite nicely (especially for the price). However... I found the service to be awful. However, despite this, as the location, room, and breakfast were all so good (especially for the 89 price tag), it is certainly somewhere I'd stay again.

Then again, the Union Jack Club's not a bad idea. The Naval and Military Club (http://www.navalandmilitaryclub.co.uk/club/index.php) is also in a pleasant setting with some nice facilities.

misterbulgarin
15-08-2009, 06:23 PM
saying that, if more people did this , and we were in the same place, it could turn out to be an interesting..experience lol

cohibaIV
19-08-2009, 06:12 PM
I have booked a room at the Southwark Travel Lodge, which is 2 minutes from where the Mega HERF is taking place...

85 for the room..:biggrin1:

Deano
20-08-2009, 04:14 PM
I've booked here:

http://www.grangehotels.com/Hotels-London/Grange-St-Pauls-Hotel/Grange-St-Pauls-Hotel.aspx

Grange St. Pauls Hotel

100 a night.

Dale you might want to re-book for the sake of 15, it looks quite nice.

Stogiedog
20-08-2009, 04:19 PM
Just booked up same as Dale it will do only sleeping in it..............:biggrin1:

cohibaIV
20-08-2009, 07:37 PM
I've booked here:

http://www.grangehotels.com/Hotels-London/Grange-St-Pauls-Hotel/Grange-St-Pauls-Hotel.aspx

Grange St. Pauls Hotel

100 a night.

Dale you might want to re-book for the sake of 15, it looks quite nice.


To tell you the truth mate, I picked a hotel with no bar......:biggrin1:

If you get my drift...:biggrin1:

Cost me dearly last time, drinking till 2 in the morning at hotel prices..

Deano
20-08-2009, 08:23 PM
lol fair do's. I reckon we'll be up late anyway.

cohibaIV
20-08-2009, 08:42 PM
O YES....:biggrin1:

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Pantomimehorse
21-08-2009, 02:49 PM
I shall be booked into Casa Del Office Sofa, excellent rates no breakfast mind

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cohibaIV
21-08-2009, 05:31 PM
:rock: