Posts Tagged ‘family room london’

Hotel sleeps 6 people in Westminster, Kensington, Bloomsbury, London

Monday, August 12th, 2017

Are you looking for a hotel sleeps 6 people in London?  If so, look no further, your problems have been solved:)

Atticus & Finch has trawled the internet and managed to find some of these rooms (also not found on booking engines) in places including Westminster, Kensington, Bloomsbury, Piccadilly and  Soho!  Find your big family room in London now, use the search facility on the right to search online booking engines or visit http://www.atticusandfinch.co.uk/list/258262

Hotel sleeps 6 people in one room, suite or connecting rooms in London

Don’t book two rooms and be separated, simply book one and save money!

There are lots of things to do in London for your family, please see here for a list of  things to do in London that won’t cost a penny! http://www.atticusandfinch.co.uk/blog/?p=3277.

Click here for the top attractions to visit in London http://www.atticusandfinch.co.uk/blog/?p=391

 

Hotel sleeps 5 people in Westminster, Kensington, Bloomsbury, London

Monday, August 12th, 2017

Are you looking for a hotel sleeps 5 people in London?  If so, look no further, your problems have been solved:)

Atticus & Finch has trawled the internet and managed to find some of these rooms (also not found on booking engines) in places including Westminster, Kensington, Bloomsbury, Piccadilly and  Soho!  Find your big family room in London now, use the search facility on the right to search online booking engines or visit http://www.atticusandfinch.co.uk/list/258262

Hotel sleeps 5 people in one room, suite or connecting rooms in London

Don’t book two rooms and be separated, simply book one and save money!

There are lots of things to do in London for your family, please see here for a list of  things to do in London that won’t cost a penny! http://www.atticusandfinch.co.uk/blog/?p=3277.

Click here for the top attractions to visit in London http://www.atticusandfinch.co.uk/blog/?p=391

 

European Cities – Top Five To Visit

Wednesday, July 18th, 2016

Paris

Paris is the capital and largest city of France. A stylish, sophisticated and romantic city, it boasts many sights to see, such as Notre Dame, Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Arc de Triomphe as well as some of Europe’s best shops and restaurants. Located on the River Seine in the country’s north, Paris maintains much of its traditional architecture, with hidden squares, churches, cathedrals and palaces mixing in well with more modern designs. Access to Paris is fairly simple by car, rail or air.

Rome

A vibrant city with timeless architecture and a passionate culture, Rome is the largest city in Italy and also the capital. Located on the Tiber and Aniene rivers near the Mediterranean Sea, Rome enjoys a warm, comfortable climate in which visitors can explore the city. In addition to a rich history, Rome is also home to the Vatican City, a sovereign enclave within Rome, it is the seat of the Roman Catholic Church and the home of the Pope. Traveling around Rome is fairly easy on a network of trams, buses and trains, although travel by car is not recommended.

London

One of the world’s major business and financial centres, London is also a cosmopolitan and energetic centre for arts, culture, politics and entertainment. London’s population includes an extremely diverse range of peoples, cultures and religions, and with over 300 languages being spoken it is the most linguistically diverse city in the world. In addition to this, the city boasts a great number of important buildings and iconic landmarks, including world-famous museums, theatres, concert halls, galleries and palaces.

Venice

The “city of canals”, is the capital of the region of Veneto and of the province of Venice, in Northern Italy. The city stretches across numerous small islands in the marshy Venetian Lagoon along the Adriatic Sea. Venice has a very rich history and in previous centuries the Venetian Republic was a major sea power and a staging area for the Crusades, as well as a very important centre of commerce and art during the Renaissance. As Europe’s largest car free area, traveling around the city can only be done by boat or on foot.

Barcelona

Barcelona offers a range of tourist attractions, from Roman remains and a historic city centre, the old harbour, museums and the famous Sagrada Familia church. It is the capital city of Catalonia and the second most populous city in Spain. Located in the comarca of Barcelonès, along the Mediterranean coast, Barcelona benefits from a temperate Mediterranean climate.

To find hotels in these cities with family rooms to sleep 5, 6 or more persons please visit www.atticusandfinch.co.uk

Hotels with family rooms and connecting rooms to sleep 4, 5, 6 or more in London!

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

Are you visiting London or are you just stopping the night as you pass through? Perhaps you are flying from London Heathrow (LHR) London Gatwick (LGW), Luton(LTN) or Stansted(STN)?  There are plenty of attractions in London.  Why not visit the London Eye  or Madame Tussauds?  Why not visit London Zoo or take the kids to the National History Museum?   Maybe you just want to go and see Buckingham Palace, Big Ben & The houses of parliament?  Do you need a hotel or guest house with a family room or connecting rooms in London to sleep your family of 5, 6 or more?  We have 48 hotels and guesthouses listed on Atticus & Finch (to date) that have family rooms to sleep your family of 5,6,7 or more.  Find rooms in Chelsea, Picadilly, Westminster, Victoria, Belgravia, Hyde Park, Islington, Kensington and many more places at www.atticusandfinch.co.uk

For whatever reason you need the family room, whether it?s for 1 night or more, Atticus & Finch can help in your quest.  We have done all the searching to find these elusive rooms so you and your family can stay together without the need to pay for 2 separate rooms.

Click here to see the full list of accommodation in London at http://www.atticusandfinch.co.uk/list/258262

Please note that Atticus & Finch is not a booking site, it is purely an information site providing you with the information on family rooms or connecting rooms  in London and other areas that can accommodate a family of 5, 6 or more. Guests deal directly with the hotels/guest houses.

Hotels with family rooms and connecting rooms to sleep 4, 5, 6 or more in London!

Sunday, January 2nd, 2011

Ok, so you need a hotel or guest house with a family room or connecting rooms in London to accommodate your family of 5, 6 or more?  It can be hard enough trying to find a family room that sleeps 3 or 4 in London but 5, 6 or more and your really struggling!!!

For whatever reason you need the family room, whether it’s for 1 night or more, Atticus & Finch can help in your quest.  We have done all the searching to find these elusive rooms so you and your family can stay together without the need to pay for 2 separate rooms.

We have 47 hotels & guest houses listed (to date) in London that have family or connecting rooms that can sleep 3, 4, 5, 6 or more!!!

These rooms vary from budget accommodation like the Hostel 639 and Belgravia Rooms, where you can stay for as little as £66 for a  family of 5,  right through to luxury accommodation like the Pestana Chelsea Bridge Hotel and the  Covent Garden Hotel.  There is also apartment accommodation if you are staying for longer than one night and would like a little more space.

Whatever your needs for your stay in London I’m sure you will find what you are looking for at Atticus & Finch!!

Click here to see the full list of accommodation in London http://www.atticusandfinch.co.uk/list/258262

Please note that Atticus & Finch is not a booking site, it is purely an information site providing you with the information on family rooms or connecting rooms  in London and other areas that can accommodate a family of 5, 6 or more. Guests deal directly with the hotels/guest houses.

If you know of a hotel or guest house in London that has a family room or connecting rooms to accommodate a family of 5 or please, please contact me so I can list them.

Cologne Christmas Market at Southbank Centre/London Eye

Friday, November 12th, 2010

The Cologne Christmas Market evokes a festive German atmosphere when the area between the London Eye and Royal Festival Hall turns into a promenade for the young and the young-at-heart.

Up to 60 traditionally decorated wooden chalets sell a wide range of unique hand-crafted gifts, unusual Christmas presents, food and drink.

Younger visitors can visit Santa?s grotto or ride the carousel whilst parents relax, listening to traditional Christmas music.

Come and join us at the market for a festive moment with mulled wine and live music on Friday 19 November at 5pm.

19 November ? 23 December 2010
Sunday ? Thursday: 11am ? 8pm
Friday & Saturday: 10am ? 10pm

For more info visit: http://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/find/tickets/cologne-christmas-market-1000063

Do you fancy visiting Cologne Christmas Market with your family but need a hotel room for the night? Find lots of hotels and guest houses in and around London on www.atticusandfinch.co.uk that have family rooms that can accommodate a family of 5, 6, 7 or more!!

Halloween Events in London 2010

Wednesday, October 27th, 2010

Well it’s almost that time of year again when all the spooks come out to play and your little monsters like nothing better than to dress up like witches and warlords, ghosts and ghouls and tell scary stories whilst munching on all the delicious treats they have collected! Ahh to be a kid again;)

If your in London and at a loss what to do this Halloween then why not try these spooky goings on! Mwaaahahaaaahaaa

Halloween at London Canal Museum

The Halloween trip is a unique trip through Islington Tunnel at halloween on board one of London’s community narrowboats specially decorated for the occasion with a friendly witch amongst the crew. Be prepared for some surprise sights in the darkness of the 191 year old tunnel! You may also meet a witch on your journey or before or after it!  Kids receive sweets on board and a free glowstick.

Adult (aged 16-120 inclusive) £10,   Child (aged 0-15 inclusive) £8,  Exclusive use of whole boat (maximum 12 people) £95

The London Eye – Take a Flight but Don’t Bite!!

This Halloween the capital?s most iconic landmark, The Merlin Entertainments London Eye, is calling upon mini vampires from across London and the UK to take part in the spooky Vampire Academy. All child ticket holders for the London Eye or London Eye River Cruise who visit between Monday 25th October-Sunday 31st October will be invited to the Academy in the shadow of the London Eye.  Students of the academy will be tasked with designing their very own Halloween themed arts and crafts. It could be anything from spooky vampire masks, flying bats or creepy puppet to scare fellow trick or treaters. There will be an array of materials for children to bring their creations to life, including glitter sticks and colouring pencils.

The London Dungeon

HELLOWEEN 2010 ? JACK O?LANTERN AND THE ?SOUNDS OF HELL?

Friday 15th  ? Saturday 31st  October 2010,  Evil unleashed ? Jack O?Lantern stalks The London Dungeon , Brave the allegedly  ?authentic? ?Sounds of Hell? PLUS a whole Dungeon of blood, gore and more to endure including two great rides: Extremis ? Drop Ride to Doom – an adrenaline-charged ?last drop? in the dark,  Traitor ? Boat Ride to Hell ? a chilling water ride

Tickets: £23.00 for adults, £17.00 for children (Not suitable for very small children)

Phobophobia 2010

Voted the UK’s Best Year Round Scare Attraction for two years running, the London Bridge Experience and The London Tombs are London tourist attractions not to be missed. Whether you are looking for somewhere scary to take the family, a despicable destination for a school trip or a treachorous tourist attraction, you’ve come to the right place. The London Bridge Experience and London Tombs are two attractions for one price.

Adults £23 Children £17

If you need a hotel or guest house that has a family room to sleep a family of 5 , 6, 7 or more then visit www.atticusandfinch.co.uk

Atticus & Finch has lots of hotels/guest houses listed with family rooms that can accommodate a family of 5,6,7 or more in London.

Happy Halloween!!!!!

Hotel room that sleep 5 in London / Atticus & Finch in London

Monday, September 14th, 2009

Here is a small list of hotel rooms that sleep 5 or more in London.   For lots more hotels in London vist the Atticus & Finch Website.  For a family room for 5 or 6 in London look no further!

The Lords Hotel

 

 We have family rooms that sleep 5 or 6 people all with private shower, toilet facilities & colour tv. The family rooms have a mixture of single and bunk beds. Although we cater for the budget conscious traveller, we pride ourselves on offering rooms that are always clean, warm and comfortable.

The Clarendon Hotel

We have family rooms that can sleep 5, this is made up of two rooms accessible from one front door (a type of apartment).
It has a bathroom, and one room can sleep 2 the other 3. There is also still area for a cot and bags etc.

Grand Plaza Serviced Apartments

 There are two duplex three bedroom two bathroom apartment suites in Grand Plaza. Each apartment suite has three large bedrooms, two with double beds and one with a twin bed, a living room with open plan kitchen and dishwasher, and two bathrooms (one en-suite). Fully furnished with large comfortable sofa, coffee table, large working desk, several TVs with sky channels, DVD and hi-fi stereo system and free high speed broadband internet.
We have also just implemented 6 persons apartments.

Belgravia Rooms

 All our 5-6 beds rooms are en-suite (with shower and toilet), and beds configuration is always: 1 Double bed, 1 Bunk bed (with two singles), 1 Single bed.

Best Western Chiswick Palace & Suites

We have an apartment that sleeps 5 and consists of 3 bedrooms, 5 beds, living space and kitchenette.We also have a family room that sleeps 6 and consists of 1 king bed, 1 single, 2 sofa beds and twin bed.

Barry House Hotel

 We have a large family room for 5 (1 king size bed plus 3 single beds) on the ground floor with en suite shower/toilet. The rate is £140-00 per night including English Breakfast.