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England: London - Royal Horseguard
This hotel located in a renovated government building (originally built in 1884) in the Whitehall section of London is ideally situated for seeing the sights.
Walk out the front door and turn to the left to visit Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliment and Big Ben. Turn to the right and you are on the Strand and headed for St. Paul's Cathedral. Walk straight and you pass Trafalgar Square and end up in Covent Garden. The hotel is located on the banks of the Thames and rooms with balconies have an unmatched view of London's skyline. Most visitors are likely to be business people but in our opinion this is a great location for tourists. Every major sight is within walking distance or a short "tube" ride.
There are 284 air-conditioned guest rooms and three suites. They all have hair dryers, TV, direct dial telephone, and minibar. If you really want to do things
right, step up to the price and get one with a balcony overlooking the Thames. The Tower Suite in the turret has a 360-degree view of Thames.
There is nice restaurant, Granby's, with an outdoor patio. A small bar is located on the ground floor and room service is available 24-hours a day. While staying in London, make sure you take the boat trip down the Thames to Greenwich to see the Maritime Museum and the Observatory
Room prices range from around $249 per night for a single to well over $400 depending on season and location. Amex, Carte Blanche, Diners Club accepted.
Whitehall Court, London, England SW1A 2EJ , Telephone: (171)839-3400, Fax: (171)925-2263
Telex: 917096, Reservation: +1 (800) 847-4358.
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