You and a friend can choose to enjoy your afternoon tea at a selection of Marriott Hotels nationwide. Choose from eight 4 and 5 star luxury hotels which all...... more
You and a friend can choose to enjoy your afternoon tea at a selection of Marriott Hotels nationwide. Choose from eight 4 and 5 star luxury hotels which all offer the ideal setting for afternoon tea. The central London hotels are conveniently situated so you can go shopping in the West End and have a stroll through Hyde Park or along the Thames afterwards. Outside London, the hotels are in lovely locations to enjoy before and after your special treat. On arrival you will be greeted by staff who will seat you. Your afternoon tea may vary slightly depending on which location you choose but in each case you will be able to experience a classic English / Irish afternoon tea including a selection of fine finger sandwiches, delicious scones, fine pastries and a wide assortment of teas.
Advantages: beautiful park and sights, good facilities Disadvantages: non
...an afternoon to wander.
Location and accessibility
Hyde Park is in central London and is easily accessible by bus, taxi and subway. There are maps available in virtually any accommodation. You simply can not miss it. Around the park is the bridle path called Rotten Row and adjacent to Kensington Gardens. A tip: there are many good hotels and hostels around Hyde Park to find. The centrally located...
Advantages: Pleasant Staff, Good Customer Service, Nice Breakfast Disadvantages: Expensive
...The Victoria Park Plaza in London is an amazing hotel that has very comfortable, quality rooms and staff who are friendly and professional. The best thing about The Victoria Park Plaza is that it is in a prime position just two minutes from Victoria Station and an easy walk to some of London's main attractions. I found it perfect for shopping and buying souvenirs. There were also quite a number...
Advantages: Great location on the river Thames Disadvantages: prices on the higher side
...I booked the Tower Hotel in London via www.lastminute.com at a price of £150 for one night room only. This was a discounted price; they normally charge around £100-£120 per standard room a night, but as this was the Olympics prices have been increased and therefore £150 was a discount price.
but bearing in mind the location of right next to tower bridge and it was the Olympics I felt it was fair...