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Charing Cross Formerly Thistle vs Trafalgar Square Hotel

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Charing Cross Formerly Thistle vs Trafalgar Square Hotel



Charing Cross Formerly Thistle
Trafalgar Square Hotel

 

Charing Cross Formerly Thistle

Trafalgar Square Hotel

Address The Strand
London
Northumberland Avenue Entry B
London
Phone 44-870-3339105 02078399333
Class 4 star 4 star
Price From $172.65 to $420.72 From $103.75 to $178.06
Floors 7 floors 1 floors
Rooms 239 rooms 63 rooms
Amenities Family Rooms
Fitness center
Wheelchair accessible
Business center
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Data port
Dry cleaning/laundry
Fitness center
Wheelchair accessible
Business center
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Dry cleaning/laundry
Efficiencies
First Class Hotel


  1. Charing Cross Formerly Thistle
  2. Trafalgar Square Hotel
Charing Cross Formerly Thistle

The 239-room Thistle Charing Cross is located in central London between the Strand and Thames Embankment and minutes from Covent Garden and the West End. The hotel is a Grade II listed Victorian railway hotel that has been completely refurbished.<br><br>On-site dining venues include the Strand Terrace, the Strand Lounge, and the Comotion Coffee Bar. The hotel also offers room service through Room Express, its in-room dining program. <br><br>Accommodations feature en suite bathrooms, satellite TV, in-room movies, fax/modem capabilities, radio, tea and coffee making facilities, trouser press, hairdryer, air-conditioning, and express check-out.<br><br>.



Trafalgar Square Hotel

This is a private, full service hotel, with entry restricted to guests only, and is just off central London's famed Trafalgar Square. It strategically located for business, pleasure, or sightseeing in the west end of London. The hotel also has convenient access to Canary Wharf and the city of London as well, and is minutes to fine dining, shopping, and entertainment. The guest rooms have luxurious interiors with high ceilings, historic features, and opulent windows. This beautifully restored hotel was originally the luxurious Victoria hotel in 1887. Just adjacent to the building is the Nelson's Column, the church of St. Martin's in the fields, and the National Gallery, which houses one of the world's richest collection of paintings. The hotel offers a 24-hour member service desk, restaurant and bar, digital cafe, meeting rooms, fitness facility, and free high-speed Internet access.



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