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los angeles, California
April 10, 2005
The hotel is very conveniently located in the heart of the city. Park Lane is also close to a Starbucks, which is great for a quick breakfast, and to the TUBE. We were able to get everywhere from the Tube stop, and walking around Mayfair was lovely. If you have plenty of time, long walks can take you all the way to Trafalgar Square, Whitehall, Westminister Abbey, and the Parliament Buildings. I would definitely stay there again.
From journal Short but Sweet in London
October 6, 2001
About the hotel: To stay here you have to be either rich, or be willing to spend your Starpoints. The rooms were nice (I had two). The hotel stays true to the bizzare European custom of providing two twin beds next to each other, and calling that a "king" room. There was no coffee maker in the room, and to have one put in cost L4.50 per person per stay. The doors seem to be made of paper, because I could hear everything that was going on in the hallway, especially the maids as they got ready for their morning duties. The smaller of my two rooms was what I think was called an Executive King, but didn''t feel that way. It had a small desk in a corner, the two beds that they call a King, a TV, a round table with an armchair, and a large closet with a safe inside. All electric was 220V, except for a 110V razor plug in the bathroom. The bath had a separate shower and tub. The other room was a suite, with a large bedroom (again with 2 beds that they call a King), an L shaped desk thing with 3 electrical outlets (1 220 UK, 1 220 European and 1 110 US), armchair and a TV. The other room had a sleeper sofa, armchair and a TV. There was an actual hallway separating the two, with closets. The bathroom was large and the shower was combined with a large jaccuzzi (could fit 2). However, the jets were not working.
From journal London and Vicinity