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Where can we stay in the W13 area? B&B's or hotels

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Finbar Sun 03-Jul-05 18:51:58

We have an invitation to a 'grown-up' party this Saturday up in London in W13 - (without children.)

Can anyone reccommend a nice hotel or B&BN where we can crash for the night? Other wise it'll be tossing a coin to see who drives back home at 1 in the morning!!

Finbar Mon 04-Jul-05 17:27:13

No-one out there from West London?
Please?!!!

MeerkatsUnite Mon 04-Jul-05 18:52:07

Hi,

Would strongly suggest you look at www.tripadvisor.com and type in London W13 for hotel reviews.

Am sorry I cannot be of more help but tripadvisor do come up with the goods re hotels and what they are really like.

Puff Mon 04-Jul-05 19:15:51

It's not a great area for hotels and B&B Finbar, so I'd recommend going for one of the chain hotels, like The Ramada Encore , it's on the A40.

Finbar Mon 04-Jul-05 21:45:01

cheers!

fishfinger Wed 06-Jul-05 20:12:45

oh comeon you lot find my mate her hotel
she leavinbg her kids in t he care of the fish

flashingnose Wed 06-Jul-05 20:13:33

Where is W13?

Puff Wed 06-Jul-05 20:13:53

honestly cod, it ain't hot on hotels round these parts! Lots of dodgy b&b's tho'.

Janh Wed 06-Jul-05 20:14:37

There is a hotel by Ealing Common tube called the Caernarvon (I think)

Puff Wed 06-Jul-05 20:15:33

Yes, been to a few work meetings there - it's ok.

fishfinger Wed 06-Jul-05 20:16:27

what about a hotela s hort hop away?
she has a nice weekedn away from her kids I wnat her to go somewhere nice

Janh Wed 06-Jul-05 20:17:40

Can't find the Caernarvon but The Ramada might be it!

(We used to live round the corner from Ealing Common tube)

Puff Wed 06-Jul-05 20:17:47

Obviously more choice further into town.

flashingnose Wed 06-Jul-05 20:18:02

Would she be prepared to drive down the A40 for a while?

bluebear Wed 06-Jul-05 20:18:12

I live in the area and all I can think of is the travellodge's at Hangar Lane and Brentford - it really is a useless area for hotels!

fishfinger Wed 06-Jul-05 20:19:48

i wiill make her

Janh Wed 06-Jul-05 20:21:09

Found it - Carnarvon (they can't spell) and it's W5, not W13, but is right next.

fishfinger Wed 06-Jul-05 20:22:02

ok ta all
what a grim soudning night away thoggh!

Janh Wed 06-Jul-05 20:22:16

SofiaAmes is your woman here, she lives another half mile in, in W4.

Janh Wed 06-Jul-05 20:24:35

Oh it is the Ramada anyway ( "Jarvis Carnarvon" takes you to "Ramada Jarvis") - looks boring but OK.

flashingnose Wed 06-Jul-05 20:25:59

I'd drive out a bit - much more promising.

Janh Wed 06-Jul-05 20:29:19

B&Bs in W5 this website doesn't cover W13 apparently. (W5 is Ealing Common, W13 is Ealing Broadway)

Puff Wed 06-Jul-05 20:32:50

What about The Petersham Hotel in Richmond?

I thought she wanted something really close - need a cab for this one, but it's lovely, been for afternoon tea and dinner a few times.

Janh Wed 06-Jul-05 20:35:46

Some of those W5 addresses are nearer Ealing Broadway tube than Ealing Common. (We used to live there too - in Grange Park, and in Churchfield Rd which is just off S Ealing Road - it featured in Monty Python more than once)(irrelevant information but thought I'd throw it in )

foxinsocks Wed 06-Jul-05 20:39:27

The Ramada is probably the closest - it's not really an area for hotels! There are a few Travel Inns and Travelodges around that area. If you go for a Travelodge, ask for a family room - the beds are king size and are actually really comfy!

If you're looking for something a bit more swish, you'll either have to come in a bit towards west london or out a bit further.

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