Media Storehouse Photographic Print of Dorchester Hotel 1930S from Mary Evans
10 x8 (25x2cm) Print showing DORCHESTER HOTEL 1930S. The exterior of the Dorchester Hotel, in exclusive Park Lane, London, floodlit at...... more
10 x8 (25x2cm) Print showing DORCHESTER HOTEL 1930S. The exterior of the Dorchester Hotel, in exclusive Park Lane, London, floodlit at night for dramatic effect. . Chosen by Mary Evans. Printed on 254x203mm archive quality paper for unrivalled stable image permanence and brilliant colour reproduction with accurate colour rendition and smooth tones. Size refers to paper used. This item is shipped from our UK lab.
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...
Advantages: Nice comfortable hotel Disadvantages: A bit out of the city and a soulless location
...There?s always a compromise to be had with the cheaper end of the London hotel market; location versus size of room. In terms of room space and quality, the London Ramada Docklands was excellent. In terms of location, it felt we were stopping at an industrial park in Essex somewhere, rather than having a night in London. Still, we are rarely night owls these days so we might as well be in...
Advantages: Excellent hotel and reasonably priced Disadvantages: Ugly from the outside and in a busy, noisy spot
...For our recent London long weekend we spent one night at the Megaro Hotel after a couple of nights in the London Dockland. The Megaro Hotel is literally across the main road from Kings Cross train station which is London?s hub station for most travellers to London from the North. It was also convenient for the tube for Northern Line for our mercy visit to an aged relative in Barnet...