A sumptuous English or Continental breakfast is offered complementary to all guests who book at this property through our website, and consists of a range of breads, preserves, fresh juices and fruits, cereals, tea and coffee. We also have a variety of hot foods in English breakfast such as mushrooms, grilled tomatoes, beans, eggs, hash browns, bacon and sausages as part of our lavish breakfast spread.
Note: The actual contents of the breakfast may vary from hotel to hotel, and can be confirmed with the reservations department, or with front office staff on arrival.
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All Shaftesbury Hotels London have Broadband Internet accessible through your laptop in all rooms with easy-to-follow instructions.
You can also access the Internet from the interactive television in your room by using a keyboard provided in the room.
All hotels also have free Wireless Internet Access (WiFi), which means you can get online from the Lobby Lounge/ Public areas in the hotel. The service does not include dial-up Internet access.
Should you require any assistance, please feel free to contact the Duty Manager at any of the Shaftesbury Hotels London hotels.
Since the vast majority of requests from our guests and Premier Club Members favour a completely smoke-free hotel environment, all our Shaftesbury Hotels in London are 100% smoke free. For more information please click here.
Although smoking is banned in all indoor areas of the hotels, like guest rooms, restaurant, lounge, meeting rooms, public areas and staff working areas. Smoking in a smoke-free area could lead to a penalty fee in order to cover the cost of restoring guest rooms to a smoke-free condition.
For any further information relating to smoke free Shaftesbury Hotels London, please contact email@example.com
We're slightly wary when it comes to man-built tourist attractions in London. After all, there are so many real sights that we prefer to concentrate on those. However, 'The London Dungeon' 'The London Eye' and 'Madame Tussaud's' are big crowd pullers. Vinopolis wine museum has just entered the top ten despite dreadful reviews. A lot of money is spent on promoting tourism in London and it's difficult to find an objective source of information (which is what this website is about). Don't rely on leaflets or brochures produced by the attractions for anything but opening times, admission prices etc. and do always get a second opinion.
It's worth booking or getting tickets in advance for any major attractions - including The Tower of London - which will save you a lot of time - sometimes the queues can take hours - you can usually book online by following the links below. Tourist offices sell tickets - for example the Southwark Tourist office on the southern tip of London Bridge sells tickets for the London Dungeon (200 metres away) which enables you to avoid the queue from the Dungeon itself that sometimes reaches as far as the tourist office front door. Tourist offices Tube stations sell combined tickets for travel and admission. We include some museums here, those that have 'events' or 'experiences' - reconstructions rather than real artifacts, or have artifacts presented in new and original ways. Most of the places featured on this page are seen from an adult perspective, visit our Kids page as well if you're bringing the family.
Golden Jubilee: 2002 is the Queen's Golden Jubilee - the tours of Buckingham Palace have improved slightly, the Queens Gallery re-opens, four times the size and there are events all over the country including the opening of buildings that are usually closed to visitors.