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Banquetes Medievales

Retroceda en el tiempo y comparta una noche con el rey Enrique VIII, sus esposas y damas, unase a su corte para saborear los exquisitos manjares de su antigua epoca, en las historicas camaras de una esplendida sala de banquetes.

Comida de quatro platos, ilimitado vin y cerveza, duelos, baile, musica a la corte de: "Lord of the Manor".

Disfrute de esta emocionante velada junto a su familia y amigos!

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Ambassadors Hotel: South Kensington, pension ecónomica 'budget' hotel, en la zona de South Kensington Oeste de Londres. Simpático hotel, ofrece un alto nivel de servicio personal y tiene mas de 140 habitaciones.

The Ascot Hotel, Pension pequeña a cerca de Hyde Park, Londres. En una calle estracha con mucho trafico y zona muy cosmopolita. A cerca de una estacion de ferrocarril y muchos restaurantes orientales.

Auto clasificación. Voten este hotel desde 1 a 10. (10 puntos siendo el voto mas alto).

The Arriva Hotel: Kings Cross, Londres Norde Oeste. Otra pension 'Bed and Breakfast' acerca de una enorme estacion de ferrocarril con mucho trafico. Ecónomico 'Budget' hotel lejo de la zona turistica. A cerca de Islington, Camden Lock, Bloomsbury y la Biblioteca Nacional.

Barkston Gardens Hotel: Kensington, good hotel located in the Earl's Court neighbourhood in South Kensington. The hotel is a converted, terraced Victorian House situated only a two-minute walk from the Earl's Court Exhibition Centre.

Blakemorehotel: Bayswater, Enjoys a quiet yet fairly central location minutes from Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens. The area around the hotel is lively and crammed with shops, restaurants and a casino. Public transport is within easy walking distance, the underground gives a spartan look to the area.

Best Western Corona hotel: Victoria, a fine small class hotel, located one half mile from Buckingham Palace, and 20 miles from Heathrow International Airport. Facing a main road, a claustrophobic bed and breakfast feeling, small entrance and friendly staff. Located half mile from Buckingham Palace, about five minutes walk from Pimlico tube station and a good 1015 minutes walk from Victoria Station.

Best Western Phoenix: Bayswater, North of Hyde Park, near Paddington Heathrow express station. This hotel is one of the best in its rating band, located within walking distance of Hyde Park and Kensington Palace. The hotel is made up of 8 London townhouses originally built in 1854, tastefully converted and refurbished to suit today's modern traveller, while retaining a comfortable and modern atmosphere. In general the standard of this franchise chain of hotels is consistenly reliable. Pleasing features and furnishing. Very attentive staff. Kensington Palace is nearby.

Best Western hotel: Paddington Court is a good class hotel located just a few blocks north of Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens. The hotel is only 5 minutes from the Heathrow Express Terminal, offering direct connections with Heathrow Airport.

Byron Hotel: Bayswater, located in the Paddington area, this budget bed and breakfast Edwardin hotel built in 1907 exudes a country house ambience. Good location, noisy and busy, near many major tourist spots, including Kensington Palace, Ladbrooke Grove and Hyde Park.

Central House Hotel: Victoria, located in South West Westminster. Good location for exploring Central London. For those guests attending exhibitions or events at either Earls Court or Olympia there is a convenient link via the District Line from Victoria Station.

Comfort Inn hotel: Bayswater, the newly refurbished Comfort Inn Bayswater consists of three Victorian town houses which offer a high standard of elegance and comfort. The hotel is privately run, newly refurbished with 43 en-suite bedrooms, providing accommodation for 90 guests and situated in a quiet garden square in the heart of Bayswater.

Comfort Inn Hotel: Earl's Court, Tourist class hotel located just 2 minutes walk from the Earl's Court underground stop and convienent to both Gatwick and Heathrow Airports. Comfort Inn Earls Court Hotel has been established for several years and is renowned for its very friendly and efficient service.

Comfort Inn hotel: Hyde Park, located on a quiet, tree-lined street in Bayswater, just a short walk from Hyde Park, the Serpentine, and Kensington Palace.

Comfort Inn hotel: Kensington, situated at the heart of The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and built at the turn of the century, The Comfort Inn Kensington is the result of a restoration of five traditional town houses.

Comfort Inn Notting Hill: Charming, friendly hotel. It is comprised of five inter-linked Victorian Town Houses, situated in the heart of Notting Hill. Near Portobello Market, the area becomes extremely crowded with tourists on Saturdays when the flee market is on.

Craven Gardens Hotel: Bayswater, privately run, newly refurbished hotel with 43 en-suite bedrooms, providing accommodation for 90 guests.

Country Inn & Suites: Kensington, Located in central London and just 10 miles from Heathrow Airport, the Country Inn and Suites by Carlson guarantees high standards of comfort and quality service to both business and leisure guests.

Eden Plaza Hotel Cromwell Road, Kensington. Basic small Bed and Breakfast hotel. Prices vary like all hotels in London according to the time of the year. This hotel works on a minimum of £ 60 during working time periods (January or February) to a high of £ 90 for a twin or double room during school holiday times

Hyde Park Radnor Bed and Breakfast Hotel Recently refurbished throughout and conveniently placed in a quiet, corner of Central London's West End, near Paddington Underground and Railways Stations. Good value for money, necessity more than luxury surroundings, but a warm and friendly, family atmosphere. Reminder: No stars here.

Pembridge Palace Hotel Princes Square - situated a few hundred yards from Hyde Park North Side, convenient for Londons attractions such as: Kensington Gardens, Whitleys Stores, Queensway multi- cosmopolitan shopping centre and near the renown Saturday's Portobello Market.

Apartamentos para turistas:

Astons Apartments: South Kensington, charming and elegant haven of three lovingly preserved Victorian townhouses, the interiors of which have been sympathetically restored into self-catering studio apartments. Astons prides themselves in offering an impressive level of service, quality prestigious accommodation, central location and excellent value.

Hoteles 4 estrellas Ecónomicas.

Browns hotel: Mayfair. One the classic oldie, small, cosy, English style hotels. Not for you if you are fussy!

Cavendish hotel: St. James's W1. Old style small hotel.

City Westminster hotel: Sandwiched between a busy road junction with an added walking facility to cure the problem, but still lacking atmosphere and small narrow entrance hall.

Copthorne Tara hotel: High Street Kensington, a real gem, large entrance hall, friendly staff, good restaurant and frequest entertainment for both the tuorist and the corporate clients, but location difficult for the older visitors as it is a far walk from most areas they wish to visit.

Crowne Plaza St James is a standard 4 star near Buckingham Palace.

Cumberland hotel: Very Central location facing in part Hyde Park and Park Lane. Completely refurbished in a minimalist style. Rather cold and impersonal entrance hall. Noisy rooms above delivery service areas and areas facing Oxford Street, in spite of glazed windows. Some rooms are amazing: (we advice you to check out room 1005 bathroom) reports of cold shower before being able to reach hot water tap to change the temperature!

Crown Plaza Royal Dock: Isolated and difficult to reach. Attracts both a budget client and being next to the Excell Exhibition hall, business clients. It does not appear to have as high quality standard as its sister City hotel and clients are faced with very expensive taxi fairs, as it is in the very East of London, a long distance from the West End.

Harrington Hall hotel: Kensington South. Is this the one charging clients just for touching a drink bottle?

The following hotels are similar and roughly equivalent to 3 star London hotels

Bonnington hotel, Southampton Row * Corus Hyde Park hotel * Kensington Close hotel * Strand Palace hotel * Rembrandt hotel, Kensington * Royal National hotel * Rubens Hotel, Victoria * Thistle City Barbican with swimming pool. Rating opinions welcome!

Dolphin Square Hotel: Westminster, large block comprising flats as well. Undergoing an ownership change and lots of changes and possiblt refurbishment. It used to be a superior class hotel strategically located in Pimlico, but now in sort of run down state. Situated on the North Side of the river Thames skirting the Embankment, a very busy major road.

Drury Lane hotel: Near the British Museum, the National Museum of Archealogy, it reminds as of a post war bunker.

Flemings Hotel: Mayfair, Old unfurnished look. Central location.

Harrison Hall Hotel: South Kensington SW7. Did you know that, in common with many hotels, you only have to touch a bottle inside the fridge and your bill will show a drink charge?

Hesperia hotel: Victoria SW1. Next to one of the busiest railway stations. Depressingly full of smoke and impersonal.

Hilton hotel: Olympia. good 15 minutes walk from the nearest tube stations. Favourite among groups of fast turnover. One night to three nights groups

Hilton hotel: Right on top of Paddington Station and with direct internal connection with Heathrow Express, a high tech train reaching the airport in aabout 15 minutes. Nice and newly refurbished.

Holiday Inn hotel: Heathrow (Bath Road) Hayes. 3 star?

Holiday Inn hotel: Kings Cross. In the middle of an enormous urban development. Difficult to reach on foot, but in an up and coming area. Swimming Pool.

Holiday Inn: Mayfair, Good quality location.

Holiday Inn Regents Park: Still quite central, just few minute walk above Oxford Street, below Regents Park and the London Zoo, would be considerably cheaper, probably because of the location.

Jurys Clifton Ford hotel: Marylebone W1. What? Pretty small, but perfectly formed budget 3/4 star look. Popular with Spanish speaking groups.

Jurys: Great Russell Street. One of the best London locations, but too 'cosmopolitan' surroundings for the un-initiated. Would you leave your young teenagers loose there? Maybe not.

Landmark hotel: Marylebone Road, NW1 . A long walk up towards North London. Next to a raylway station with all its inconvenience, one way system and slow moving traffic jams

London Bridge Hotel: Situated on the South Bank of the river Thames next to London Bridge Railway station, SE1. Nice modern and convenient for bankers and City workers.

Marble Arch hotel: Just about four star rating, because of the eccellent central location. Unbelievably ugly entrance, some people look mistified when they are initially faced with an escalator. Good restaurant and breakfast room. Most of the times it gives the impression of a seaport.

Mayfair hotel:Currently being refurbished and inconvenienced

Trafalgar hotel: of the Thistle group. off Trafalgar Square. Just behind the National gallery. Superb location. It has seen better times in the past. Run down.

"La mas alta cualidad Hoteles 5 estrellas:

4 Seasons hotel: Mayfair, one of the most stunning of all the top 5 star Central London hotels. You will impress your friends with this choice.

4 Seasons hotel: Canary Wharf E14. In the Port of London area. Covenient for the Excell Exhibition Hall and the Canary Wharf, but little else.

Baglioni hotel: Kensington High Street self claims 5 stars. (Many people are not comfortable with that. Hovering around the 4 star value). A period facade with contemporary interior. Too new to have received further feed back yet.

Belgravia hotel: Nice and elegant, small in appearance, but at the moment there are roadworks with all its problems all around it and the road next to the hotel has been closed for many months.

Berkerley hotel: Knightsbridge, near Hyde Park and a cold but luxury 4/5 hotel in a luxury shopping area.

Berners hotel: An old favourite Grand British Style 4 star hotel. The large entrance hall is very friendly and quite. The hotel is in a superb location. Soho, Oxford Street shopping centre, Covent Garden Opera House and theatreland of London, just to mention a few.

Britannia Hotel: Mayfair, sister of the International, The Britannia has 2 entrances: one in a Mews and the other pointing torwards Oxford Street. Situated in a lovely Victorian area surrounded by the most beautiful period houses of London. Near Bond Street, a few minutes walk from Berkerley Square and the Casinoland of London.

Browns hotel: Mayfair. Very small. 3/4 ..hesitation here!

Cadogan hotel: Knightsbridge, excellent large hotel with live music and pianist.

The Carlton Tower Hotel: A Luxury Hotel between Chelsea and Westminster borders. Surrounded by landmarks such as: Harrods and Harvey Nichols luxury department stores and near the South side of Hyde Park.

Cavendish hotel: St. James's W1. Enclosed between the private members clubs and Christies public auctions. Small entrance and narrow in its look.

Claridges hotel: a real British Jewel. In the heart of Mayfair, the hotel is within easy reach of Bond Street, Regent Street, Berkeley Square, Grosvenor Square and Hyde Park. Comprehensive restoraion of the accommodations has preserved all the period features.

Connaught hotel: Carlos Place, Mayfair. Small. Top international chefs make the hotel cuisine one of the top quality and consistency over the years. Superb service and stunning traditional style.

Crowne Plaza St James is a standard, Edwardian period style, standard 4 star hotel, five minutes walk from Buckingham Palace. It has a rather pricey good restaurant and patchy service. You leave messages to residents and they sometimes loose themselves in the wilderness.

Crown Plaza hotel::Blackfriars City, excellent large hotel popular with bankers and business people with City links.

The Dorchester: Mayfair: Luxurious, opulent, exclusive, are all words that describe this legendary hotel. Located majestically overlooking London's Hyde Park. Difficult to park your Rolls Royce here. The right place if you want to be seen by the paparazzi. Comments graciously received on the Dorchester Club.

Intercontinental hotel: Piccadilly near Hyde Park end. Are the refurbishments over?

Lanesborough hotel: Hyde Park Corner, SW1. Ex hospital. Luxury 4/5 star hotel.

Langham hotel:: Portland Place, excellent large, very centrally located, luxury hotel

Hilton Park Lane hotel: Mayfair, this is the top quality of all the London Hiltons. It is surprising how big is the difference in quality between them all.

Ritz hotel: Piccadilly, one of the very top London 5 star hotels. Built one hundred years ago in sophisticated French traditional style. Opened in 1906 A long list od famous clients. It has its own elegant Casino and currently, one of the most frequent choices of American tourists for Traditional Afternoon High Tea.

Sanderson hotel: Fitzrovia. You don't know where that is? Your are not the only one. Trust us! Very Central London, just above Oxford Street shopping centre. Elegant, Modern, Minimalist. Favourite among "to see and be seen" 'young' Londoners of all ages. Lovely novelty.

Savoy hotel: Strand, very central location overlooking the North bank of the river Thames, staff seem to think they own the place. Very old hotel with some upgrading and refurbishments.

Sofitel hotel: Pall Mall, not too big, not too small. Opposite the Institute of Directors and the most exclusive members clubs, yet only few minutes from everywhere in Central London. St James Park, Piccadilly, Regent Street, Covent Garden, The river Thames..Fantastic location, top quality restaurant, the french chef Mr. Roux is one of the most well known geniuses of French cusine in the UK. Very pretty decor, cosy main entrance.

St. Martins hotel: Covent Garden. Very central location. The first and most successful hotel in applying the Minimalist look in a luxury hotel. Good result. The hotel is totally surrounded by many of the best national and international restaurants, it has a very hard job to retain its clients for meals.

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Adam Street (Members only)

Annabelle's, Berkeley Square, W1 (Members only)

Aquarium, Old Street, EC1

Attica, Kingly Street, W1 (Guest List)

Camden Palace, 1a Camden High St, NW1
Tel: 020 7387 0428 Club nights: Feet First; Peach
Tube: Mornington Crescent

.Cc Club, Haymarket, SW1

Chinawhite Club, ( Guest List) Air Street, W1

Club 414, 414 Coldharbour Lane, SW9
Tel: 020 7924 9322 Tube: Brixton

Crazy Larry Discoteque, Lots Road SW3

Dogstar, 389 Coldharbour Lane, SW9
Tel: 020 7733 7515 Club nights: Bullit; Elevate Tube: Brixton

Elysium Club, Air Street (Guest List)

Embassy Club, Saville Row (N) W1

Fabric, 77a Charterhouse St, EC1 Tel: 020 7336 8898/ 7344 4444
Club nights: The Boutique meets Bugged Out Tube: Farringdon

Fluid, 40 Charterhouse St, EC1 Tel: 020 7253 3444
Club nights: Neutral Tube: Farringdon

Gardening Club, 4 The Piazza, WC2 Tel: 020 7497 3154
Club nights: Flirt Tube: Covent Garden

Herbal, 12-14 Kingsland Rd, Shoreditch E2
Tel: 020 7613 4462 Club nights: Apple Crumble.Tube: Old Street

HMS Royal Princess, Westminster Pier, SW1
Tel: 079 32675 8499 Tube: Westminster

Infernos Club, Clapham High Strreet

Ministry of Sound, 103 Gaunt Street, SE1
Tel: 020 7437 0964 Club nights: Smoove Tube: Elephant & Castle

Metro Club, 19-23 Oxford St, W1, Tel: 020 7437 0964
Tube: Tottenham Court Rd

Motion: (Ex Rock) Embankement EC1 (Club/Bar)

Opium, Dean Street, W1 (Guest List )

Plastic People, 147-149 Curtain Rd, EC2
Tel: 020 7739 6471 Tube: Old Street

Propaganda, 201 Wardour St, W1 Tel: 020 7434 3820
Club nights: The Legendary Sunday Sessions (featuring DJ Goldie)
Tube: Tottenham Court Rd

The End, 16a West Central Street, WC1 Tel: 020 7419 9199
Tube: Tottenham Court Rd/Holborn

The Elbow Room, 89-91 Chapel Market, N1
Tel: 020 7278 3244 Tube: Angel (Pool/Bar/Club) Many Branches: Shoreditch, Curtain Road, etc.

Turnmills, 63b Clerkenwell Road, EC1 Tel: 020 7250 3409
Club nights: The Gallery, Tube: Farringdon (Bar/Club)

93 Feet East, 150 Brick Lane, E2 Tel: 020 7247 3293
Club nights: Keep It Unreal; Haywire Sessions


Bar Rumba, 36 Shaftsbury Ave, W1,Tel: 020 7287 2715
Club nights: Night People, Tube: Piccadilly Circus (Salsa Club)

Cheers, 72 Regent St, W1
Cheers was inspired by the popular US comedy series, and incorporates bar, restaurant and merchandise store. It is the perfect venue in which to host a party - Cheers offers a top-end dining experience with style and high quality. In the evenings, Cheers changes from Bar and Restaurant to a busy dance bar featuring celebrity DJs. And, it stays open till late!

Pop, 14 Soho St, W1 Tel: 020 7734 4004
Tube: Tottenham Court Road, (lATE lICENCE TILL 3 a.m.

Tiger, Tiger Bar Haymarket SW1

The Bug Bar,Under St Mathew's Church, Brixton Hill, SW2
Tube: 020 7738 3184, Tube: Brixton

The Living Room, Essex Road, N.1 (Many branches)
Tel 020 7703 7779

The Social, Linton St, Islington N1 Tel: 020 7494 2998
Tube: Islington

Walkabout, Embankment

Zoo Bar, Leicester Square (off)


Aspinalls, 28 Curzon Street, W1 Tel: 020 749 9459

The Clermont Club, 44 Berkeley Square, W1X 5DB
Tel: 020 7493 5587
Bars and Restaurants: Open 12 noon - 03.00, Sunday bar tl. 22.30

The Connoisseur Club, Royal Gardens Hotel, Kensington High St, W8
Tel: 020 7603 1155 Bar: Open 13.00 - 02.00 Sunday until 22.30
Restaurant: Open 19.00 - 02.00

Crockfords Club, 30 Curzon Street, W1Y
Tel: 020 7493 7771 Bar: Closes midnight on Mon-Sat, & 22.30 Sun
Restaurant: Opens 14.00 - 02.30

Cromwell Mint Casino, 43 Cromwell Road, SW7
Tel: 020 7589 4041 Bar: Closes 03.00
Restaurant: Closes 03.00

Flemings Hotel Mayfair, 13 Half Moon Street, Mayfair, W1
Tel: 020 7499 2964

The Golden Nugget Casino, 22 - 32 Shaftsbury Avenue, W1V
Tel: 020 7439 0099 Bar and Restaurant: Open 17.30 - 03.00
Sunday bar: Open until 22.30 and Restaurant open until 23.00

Grosvenor Victoria Casino, Victoria 150 & 162 Edgeware Road, W2
Tel: 020 7262 7777 Bar: Open 12.30 - 02.00
Restaurant: Open 12.30 - 03.30

Grosvenor Casino, The Gloucester, 4 - 18 Harrington Gardens, SW7
Tel: 020 7373 7134
Bar: Open from 17.00 - 23.00
Restaurant: Open from 19.00 - midnight

Ladbroke Barracuda Casino, 1 Baker St, W1M
Tel: 020 7935 5013
Restaurant: Open from 13.30 - 02.00 (22.30 Sundays)

Ladbroke Casino Club London, 262 Tottenham Court Road, W1P
Tel: 020 7299 7600 Bar: Open from 18.00 - 02.00
Restaurant: Open from 18.00 - 02.00

Ladbroke Casino Piccadilly, 196 Piccadilly, W1V
Tel: 020 7534 7600 Bar: Open from noon - 03.00
Restaurant: Open from noon - 03.00
Gaming Room: Wed, Thurs and Friday gaming until 06.00

Ladbroke Golden Horseshoe Casino, 79 - 81 Queensway, W2
Tel: 020 7221 8788 Bar: Open from 18.30 - 02.00
Restaurant:Open from 14.30 - 02.00

Ladbroke Maxims Casino, 1a Palace Gate, Kensington, W8
Tel: 020 7581 0337 Bar: Open from 13.00 - 02.00
Restaurant: Open from 13.00 - 03.00

Ladbroke Russell Square Casino, 61 - 66 Russell Square, WC1B
Tel: 020 7833 1881
Bar: Open from 14.00 - 03.00 Restaurant: Open from 19.00 - 03.00

Les Ambassadeurs Casino, 5 Hamilton Place, W1V
Tel: 020 7495 5555
Bar: Open from noon - 03.00 Mon to Sat and until 23.00 Sun
Restaurant: Open noon - 03.00 Mon to Sat and from 19.30 - 03.00 Sun

The Palm Beach Casino, 30 Berkeley St, W1
Tel: 020 7493 6585Bistro: Open 19.00 - 03.00
Bar: Open from 14.00 - 03.00 Mon - Sat and from 14.00 - 22.30 Sun

The Rendezvous Casino, 14 Old Park Lane, W1Y
Tel: 020 7491 8586 Restaurant: Open from 13.00 - 01.30
Bar: Open from noon - 03.00 Mon to Sat and until 22.30 on Sunday
Restaurant: Open from 13.00 - 01.30

Ritz Club, Ritz Hotel, 150 Piccadilly, W1
Tel: 020 7493 8181 Hours: 14.00-4.00

The Sportsman Casino, 8 Tottenham Court Rd, W1P
Tel: 020 7414 0061
Restaurant: Open from 12.30 - 03.00 Mon - Sat and from 12.30 - 23.00

Sportsman Club, 40 Bryanston Street, W1
Tel: 020 7414 0061 Hours: 14.00-04.00

Stakis Regency Casino Club, Tel: 020 7837 3655
The Imperial Hotel, 61-66 Russell Square, W1


The Anchor, 34 Park Street, Bankside, SE1
Not far from The George Inn and situated close to the replica of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, this is a large pub with lots of history. Several bars with views of the River Thames.

Cheers, 72 Regent St, W1
Cheers was inspired by the popular US comedy series, and incorporates bar,restaurant and merchandise store. It is the perfect venue in which to host a party - Cheers offers a top-end dining experience with style and high quality. In the evenings, Cheers changes from Bar and Restaurant to a busy dance bar featuring celebrity DJs. And, it stays open till late!

The Cock Tavern, Smithfield Central Markets, EC1
A full English breakfast with a pint of ale or perhaps kippers and smoked haddock. Mix with the rumbustuous, friendly workers from London’s oldest meat market from 05.30 - 10.30.

The Counting House, 50 Cornhill, EC3
Located in the heart of the City of London, The Counting House is a former bank which retains much of the original interior. The mosaic floor displays the names and dates of former bank branches. Lots of impressive mahogany, a glass domed atrium and chandeliers too. London brewed Fullers beer, with freshly made pies.

The Crusting Pipe, 27 The Market, WC2
Strictly speaking more of a wine bar than a pub, although they do serve their own beer. Good atmosphere, wooden tables and fine wine. The food’s good, particularly the cold cuts. If you like a glass of port, then try Davy’s Vintage Character - it’s very good.

Doggett’s, Blackfriars Bridge, SE1.
There has been a pub on this South Bank site since Elizabethan times - although much changed over the centuries. After extensive refurbishment, it now features four floors of completely redesigned bars, to suit relaxing or lively lunchtimes or evenings. There is a brand new menu catering for all tastes and quite reasonably priced. Doggett’s is named after Thomas Doggett, comedian, actor, theatre manager, author and wit of the 17th century.

Flyman & Firkin, 166 Shaftesbury Avenue, WC2.
Another of the famous Firkin pubs but this one features an on site micro brewery. Look out for unusual brews; anyone for Dogbalti, curry flavoured beers or perhaps chilli beer?

Founders Arms, 52 Hopton Street, Bankside, SE1.
A modern pub located on the South Bank named after and built on the site of a former foundry. The bells for St Paul’s Cathedral were cast here and you can sip on your beer whilst watching the traffic on the River Thames.

The Gate, 18 - 20 St John Street, EC1
Stylish, relaxing and good value. Classic decor blends with contemporary style, mahogany wooden floors, wood panelling and subdued lighting enhanced by huge windows. A varied selection of beers, spirits and wines with an imaginative food menu. Dishes include feta salad with roasted peppers, salmon fish cakes and French fries, and much more.

The Globe, 8 Bedale Street, SE1
If you are in need of a drink in the early hours try this pub, frequented by market traders from nearby Borough Market. Open between 06.30 - 09.30 Tuesday to Saturday.

The Good Mixer, 30 Inverness St, off Camden High Street, NW1
Don’t be surprised if you spot a mid level Britpop celebrity or two in here, hanging out after a recording session at a nearby studio. There is a pool table and lots of smoke - very popular with Brits and tourists alike.

Goose & Firkin, 47 Borough Road, SE1
Part of a chain of Firkin pubs, but don’t be put off, the formula’s good and so is the beer. Wooden floors with sawdust, traditional cockney sing songs around a piano, you even get song sheets so that you can join in. Respectably raucous and great fun.

The Grenadier, 18 Wilton Row, SW1
Once the officers’ mess for the Duke of Wellington’s regiment this is a cosy pub set in a private mews running parallel to Knightsbridge. Wooden floors, real English ale and a small traditional English restaurant. The Beef Wellington is highly recommended.

The House They Left Behind, 27 Ropemaker’s Fields, E14
A pub with plenty of history in the heart of the East End. Once teeming with workers from the docks and residents of the local area, this pub sits alone as all the old tenements and houses have been demolished - definitely worth a visit. A wide variety of beers available.

Lamb & Flag, 33 Rose Street, WC2
18th century pub around the corner from Covent Garden. Boasts two busy bars, popular with London office workers during the lunch hour. Located in a pedestrianised alley off Garrick Street. Courage beer and a good selection of cheese platters.

Marquis Of Anglesey, 39 Bow Street, WC2.
Recent winner of the Association of London Brewers award for best pub food in London. Youngs beer, a la carte and set menu.

Medicine Bar, 181 Upper Street, N1
Expect bohemian decor and a trendy local crowd, loud music and a good choice of beers. Arrive early at weekends if you want to get in. On Friday and Saturday nights it’s popular that it’s members only - but you can get enrolled free of charge if you visit during the week.

The Moon Under The Water,
28 Leicester Square, WC2
Part of the growing and popular Wetherspoons group of pubs. Wetherspoons have developed a winning formula; light, airy, traditionally styled pubs and probably the cheapest beer in London. With lots of brews to choose from and reasonably priced food.

Museum Tavern,
49 Great Russell Street, WC1
Before or after a trip to the British Museum, why not pop across the street to this big, ornate Victorian pub, stuffed to the gills with etched mirrors and gilded carvings. It opens for breakfast at 09.30, but alcohol is only served during regular licensing hours.

Nags Head, 53 Kinnerton Street, SW1
A very popular pub with a friendly atmosphere and locals, which is just as well because of its size (small). Of course the famous London brewed Youngs beer is served here.

The Old Bank Of England,
194 Fleet Street, EC4
Fine Fullers beers and pies in the former law court branch of the Bank of England. No shortage of space, impressive architecture and you should have no problems being served; the Old Bank boasts 31 hand pumps.

Orange Brewery, Pimlico Road, SW1
This independent pub brews its own beer and, unusually, during the summer, its own lager. Two bars, frequented by Pimlico’s smart set.

The Pembroke, Primrose Hill, NW1
The Pembroke has an open layout and is decorated using smoky blue hues, barley yellow walls and rich wood trimmings. The design is enhanced with large mirrors and coloured stained glass. The open log fire is a welcome retreat on cold days. A cosy pub, fashionable bar and continental café with a menu that ranges from lemon chicken and noodles to beef bourguignon.

Rivers, 35 Albert Embankment SE1
Located between Lambeth and Vauxhall Bridges, with views from the upstairs restaurant of the Tate Gallery. Good food with an a la carte menu.

Sports Cafe,
80 Haymarket, SW1, Tel: 020 7839 8300
The Sports Cafe is an excellent bar and restaurant with three bars, a dance floor, 120 TVs and 4 Super Screens showing live international sport. It has a fantastic atmosphere and it stays open until 02.00 every day in the week, 03.00 at weekends. And, the food is great too!

The Swagman’s Rest,
596 Holloway Road, N1.
Refurbished and newly opened last year, this pub is a must for the long haul traveller. Aimed at the back pack crowd, it offers a homely atmosphere combined with all the comforts of home, in the shape of nine large television screens, showing Sky sports from around the world. You can even email home for free, Sunday to Thursday from the surf centre and on the weekends there’s lots of live music.

Via Fossa,
Canary Wharf
Opened recently in a former 19th century docks building, this new bar overlooks the dock basin, with a walkway to the Canary Wharf complex. If you have problems finding Canary Wharf look to the east, the Tower is the tallest building in London! Via Fossa is set on two levels with a distinctive and rather attractive gothic theme.

Westminster Arms,
9 Storey’s Gate, SW1
Outside of the House of Commons Bar which is closed to the public, this is the most popular pub for the UK’s MP’s If you happen to visit when voting is taking place in the nearby Houses of Parliament they even have a bell to call them back to vote!

Wilton Arms, 71 Kinnerton Street, SW1
Edwardian decor with intimate nooks and crannies, with lots of knick-knacks and brass artefacts. When you have finished here walk a few steps to the Nags Head.

Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese,
Wine Office Court, 145 Fleet Street, EC4
Good reasonably priced beer with lots of atmosphere. With lots of bars to choose from this 17th century pub has oak tables and wooden floors covered in free sawdust.

Youngs Brewery,
Wandsworth, SW18
Youngs brewery still delivers to selected pubs using horse drawn drays. You can take a tour of the stables, see the working horses, and watch beer being brewed in the brewhouse and of course sample the beer in the adjacent Brewery Tap pub. Tel: 020 8875 7005.


Restaurante KENSINGTON: comida excelente

Menu' fijo: Pasta, Scalopina, Pastel: £. 12.50

Ristorante Giuseppe: cocina toscana

Zona Westminster Tipo trattoria: £ 10.50 dos platos

Zona Covent Garden Tipo lujo: £ 35.00 GBP restaurante Maggiore


BERNERS Lujoso, Central, £ 49 por persona (un fabuloso 4 estrellas)

ROYAL: Centro de Londres, £ 37 por persona 3 estrellas (non coronas)

REGENTE PICCADILLY: £ 38 centro de Londres (un poco espartano)

WESTERN Centralisimo: £ 35 por persona (Adeguado)

Marriott (vista al parco): £ 98 por persona (romantico 5 estrellas)

Melia Whitehouse: £ 49 por persona ( buen 4 estrellas)

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