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Inner London’s busiest streets crisscross quiet cobbled lanes for an effect that can be urbane or quaint – or an intriguing blend of both – depending on the particular corner you turn. Due to its especially convenient location, bustling Holborn hosts an excellent range of hotels, eateries, and shops to suit practically any taste or budget. With major attractions like the British Museum and Somerset House as well as popular areas such as Covent Garden and Soho all just a short walk away, Holborn is a smart base from which to explore London.
This tour was recommended by a Londoner friend as a unique experience. Mr John Soane was a talented architect who also collected Roman, Greek and various antiquities that he designed his hone to showcase. The sarcophagus and Apollo statues were quite a treat.
Visited here after spotting it on Atlas Obscura, wasn't 100% certain what to expect. Its a small out of the way shop that was quiet upon opening at11am on Saturday meaning we had free range of the machines. 33 tokens (£23) gets you enough tokens to play each machine. They range from fun clockwork stories to games and novelties. Some...
A little hard to find, but this is an absolutely treasure. I caught Mass at the church, but even for those just interested in stepping back in time the interior of the church is worth seeing - the stained glass, but especially the stone work.
Also worth stopping in Ye Olde Mitre down the alley for a pint. Incredibly hard...
Found this place on here pre trip to London. I had the lava cake with salted caramel ice cream. My little one had the biscoff ice cream with waffle and my wife had the nutella tart with blood orange sorbet.
All three were outstanding and very reasonably priced for such outstanding puddings. We're going out for dinner tonight I think...
I found by accident and was really impressed by the imaginative menu. Everything was superbly prepared with a real balance of flavours and combinations of textures. Welcoming and efficient service. A real treat
It's a bit tricky to find. I walked past it, I know, 5 times. Google is not your friend for this one. I ordered a pint and the sausage roll. OMG sooo good with the mustard. Next time I'm back in Londontown I'll be sure to stop back by.
During this unprecedented time of uncertainty i would like to thank L'oscar London for their fantastic customer service. We were due to travel 20.03.20 and needed to amend this trip due to covid-19. Raffaella couldn't have been more accommodating helping us to get this sorted and changing our dates even though the trip I had booked was non-refundable.
I had a great stay at Rosewood London! I had a Luxury Suite which was very spatious and compfortable. The hotel is lovely and the staff amazing. The food is also really good, we had breakfast and tea, and both were really nice.
"Amazing hotel with cozy interior and lovely atmosphere"
reviewed 1 week ago by Happy_visitor25
The hotel had a very cozy atmosphere and the lobby bar was constantly filled with people, which made the hotel overall very intriguing :)
The first two days we spent almost entirely at the hotel. The location of the hotel was perfect, almost everything was at walking distance. The beds were one of the most comfortable hotel beds ever!! We...
Amazing showers! Complimentary hot drinks in the lounge is great! Friendly staff. Sebastian at the front desk was fantastic. Great location!
Restaurant needs to serve some dishes in side portions rather than charging everything as a main (£14 for dhal and £12 for Spinach...probably the world’s most expensive!!) tasty enough but overpriced. Breakfast was nice too.
Our stay at Eye of London was wonderful. Perfectly located and everything about the apartment was as or better than described. Everything was spotless, modern and well stocked. We would definitely stay there again. Denise, our host was great!