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4* Overnight London Winter Wonderland Break + Thames River Cruise £69pp Was £109.85 @ Gogroupie / superbreak
4* Overnight London Winter Wonderland Break + Thames River Cruise £69pp Was £109.85 @ Gogroupie / superbreak

4* Overnight London Winter Wonderland Break + Thames River Cruise £69pp Was £109.85 @ Gogroupie / superbreak

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Just purchased this the hotel looks fab!

Never done winter wonderland in London but it must be good right?

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Get in the festive spirit and explore the Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park
Peruse the market stalls, have fun on the fairground rides and sip on some mulled wine
Stay at the 4* Kensington Close Hotel and wake up to a full English breakfast
Relax in the hotel's pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room or treat yourself at the spa
Hop-on Hop-off Thames river cruise included
See the sights of Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament from the river
Ride the boat down the river past Embankment, Tower Bridge and more!
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Validity
Must book within 7 days of purchase
Valid for stays until 01 Jan 2017
Excludes Saturday nights
Min. 2, max. 4 people per booking (prices displayed are per person only)
Min. 2 vouchers must be purchased to complete booking
Bookings are subject to availability

Accommodation
Based on 2 sharing a double or twin room
Board basis: breakfast included
Check-in from 3pm; check-out by midday
Non-transferable and non-refundable once booked
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Enjoy

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Thought was for 2 people but is per person. Still pretty good I guess!
Edited by: "mjayna270" 30th Nov 2016

What happens when you have bought the vouchers, BUT THEN they don't have the dates you require?

p-e-t-e

What happens when you have bought the vouchers, BUT THEN they don't have … What happens when you have bought the vouchers, BUT THEN they don't have the dates you require?



Looks like you can get a refund up to 14 days after purchase

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p-e-t-e

What happens when you have bought the vouchers, BUT THEN they don't have … What happens when you have bought the vouchers, BUT THEN they don't have the dates you require?


I was thinking that but then saw their cancellation policy just above the map

"Your Right to Cancel

You may cancel the voucher at any time and for any reason within 14 days from the receipt of the voucher, provided that you have not redeemed it."

So i'm going to try to book first thing tomorrow and if they don't have the Friday i'm looking for ill cancel the vouchers

It's less than £100 for a double if you book on Expedia etc, so this is crazy expensive.
Winter Wonderland is free entry and a boat trip under a tenner.
It's changed name to Holiday Inn from tomorrow.
Edited by: "termite" 30th Nov 2016

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Its £85 for 2 direct on the hotel website.

River Cruise tickets are around £17 pp
£119 for two, a saving of £19 to pay for your mulled wine in Winter Wonderland. It's free entry to Winter Wonderland and you pay for the rides when you queue up

CDR

Its £85 for 2 direct on the hotel website. River Cruise tickets are … Its £85 for 2 direct on the hotel website. River Cruise tickets are around £17 pp £119 for two, a saving of £19 to pay for your mulled wine in Winter Wonderland. It's free entry to Winter Wonderland and you pay for the rides when you queue up




Most hotels are cheaper on a Sunday night. OP doesn't want to go on a Sunday so immaterial.

siadwel

Most hotels are cheaper on a Sunday night. OP doesn't want to go on a … Most hotels are cheaper on a Sunday night. OP doesn't want to go on a Sunday so immaterial.


It is cheaper than this deal on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday as well. It isn't a great place.

I live in London and I honestly wouldn't recommend someone coming just for Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park. It's not relaxing, it's jam packed with people corralled around overpriced tourist traps. If the weather isn't good, it's a mud pit. You compete with hordes of people to overpay for bog-standard fairground rides and fake pseudo-German/American/whatever cuisine. There are many worthwhile things to do in London, so it's no big waste to take a look at WW for an hour if you really want to - but seriously, though they pretend that they're comparable to Christmas markets in Belgium, Germany or elsewhere, it would be like a half term village green fair pretending that they're Disneyland.

Seconded regarding WW. It's god awful and RIDICULOUSLY OVERPRICED. You have to buy tokens to go on any of the rides (I took a my toddler along), £3 here, £4 there, etc. There was a roller coaster which was £7 each. It all soon adds up.

That said, before I had kids, our was quite pleasant going for a couple of hot dogs and some drinks in a group of adults.

But yes, generally a massive rip off. IMO.

WW is great fun for adults even if you spend the whole time in the Bavarian beer hall.

Winter Wonderland is overrated and a scam. Going to places like the London Museum is better, cheaper and warmer

so you london peeps offering cheap accom in your house?
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