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We loved the family room. With two single beds and two bunk beds (one each for our two children) - we had plenty of room. Breakfast was great and the two kids were free. Great location for all of the museums- you can literally see the Natural History museum from the hotel. Only drawbacks were that ...
31 May-1 Jun
For my experience, the property was conveniently placed for my needs. The rooms was very clean and not only did I have a bedroom, there was a separate bathroom and a fully kitted out kitchen. I highly recommend the Mondrian Apartments.
7 Jun-8 Jun
Very clean and had all that I needed for a quick layover. The free local bus takes you from the airport to the hotel’s doorstep in a few short minutes. The free coffee and the vending machine in their lobby selling UK power adapters (£8 each) was a very thoughtful touch.
21 Jun-22 Jun
Extremely fast check-in and check-out. Clean property. Everything about the room was perfect. The only bad thing is the food in the restaurant downstairs.
7 Jun-8 Jun
Stayed in a 1 bedroom plus sofa bed 5b on 2nd floor. Was very worried cause of previous bad reviews but was relieved when we entered. It was clean, efficient space, had what we needed for 5 night stay. Plenty of towels, Limited toiletries but we brought our own. Tv was not plugged in but we figured ...
16 Jun-17 Jun
I stayed for 7 days, in which I had to split the reservation into three. The location is not too bad, and about 2 km from Baker street. It is closed to public transport; the bus stops at the corner near the Grand Mosque. The hotel is located very close to beautiful Regent's park. Rooms are clean ...
The diversity found amongst English cities, countryside and coast means you’ll easily find an activity to suit your tastes and budget in good old Blighty. Whether you’re looking to hit the musicals of London’s West End, stroll along Manchester’s historic canals, or just explore England’s breathtaking countryside, once you scratch beneath the surface of everyday life, you’ll find more things to do with a hotel in England than you ever realised were possible.
Hotels in London: England’s capital and largest city, has a burgeoning multicultural population of over eight million. Catch a musical, discover the city’s grisly past at the Tower of London, dine on some posh nosh in Kensington and Chelsea or take a loved one up the Shard for romantic aerial views across London’s sprawling and world-famous skyline. All this is close at hand with a hotel or hostel in London.
Hotels in Manchester: Once the industrial hub of England’s north, it has since evolved into a sleek city of culture, with its old warehouses and factory buildings now a unique part of its heritage. A centre for music and the arts, why not see what’s on at Manchester Arena before returning to your modern Manchester hotel or luxury apartment? This venue has played host to some of the world’s biggest names.
Hotels in Birmingham: Britain’s ‘Second City’ is a thriving hub of theatre and performance art. Chocolate lovers will delight to learn that Birmingham is home to Cadbury World, while nature lovers will want to see Birmingham’s Wildlife Conservation Park. Book a hotel or guest house here and you’ll feel as if you’ve stepped out onto the savanna (weather permitting!)
Hotels in Brighton: Brighton was nicknamed ‘London by the Sea’ - the charming Regency seaside resort ohas actually been settled in one form or another since prehistoric times. For many years it was the go-to spot for penniless writers and artists, but it has now evolved into a cosmopolitan hotspot, packed with coffee houses, hair salons, trendy shopping and boutique beachside hotels and Bed and Breakfasts.
London’s iconic skyline, complete with Big Ben and Canary Wharf, is probably the most unbeatable in England, but there are plenty of other landmarks to see. Head to the coast for some breezy weather and a bit of hiking along the South Downs Way. Stop off in Brighton to take a snap of the city’s famous pier, one of the most photographed landmarks in the country. Meanwhile, further north, near Leeds and Manchester, the Yorkshire Dales offer some pretty impressive peaks of their own. And close to Newcastle, you’ll find the iconic 20-metre high Angel of the North statue, created by renowned artist Anthony Gormley.
Hit the London’s West End to see one of its world-famous musicals or, if you’re looking for a slightly calmer break, a trip to Manchester not only offers all the metropolitan chic of London, but it is just a stone’s throw from the exquisite hills and mountains of the Peak District National Park. After a day of hiking, head to the Manchester’s Hard Rock Cafe with priority seating to fill your belly in style! Wherever you choose to visit, once you’ve started exploring the range of things to do in England, you won’t know where to stop.