Top Secret FIVE STAR London Hotels from £40pp @ Lastminute.com
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Top Secret FIVE STAR London Hotels from £40pp @ Lastminute.com

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Found 11th Feb 2016
Ideal if you haven't booked anywhere for Valentines and don't fancy a grilling from the OH - Various hotels, some even cheaper for 4 star.

This is staying on Friday 12th Feb, other dates aval but may vary.

Example

Luxury hotel near Tower Bridge with pool and gym

Close to the Thames, this luxury hotel is a Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence winner. Expect five-star service and amenities including a 25m swimming pool, gym and spa, onsite bar and restaurant and 24-hour room service.

Seriously, the list is so big on facilities (74 of them!)

Lots of good reviews on others

Enjoy!
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Feel sorry for the Maids who have to change the sheets on Monday morning.
not that top secret if its on a widely used website
Come on then..... Has anyone managed to figure out from past sales which hotels these are?
If you copy and paste the hotel description in google, it should take you to hotelsrevealed.co.uk which reveals the hotel.
I got holiday inn at kings cross with a pool, 4* but definitely wasn't! 4*. The pool was the only good bit.
bevers

I got holiday inn at kings cross with a pool, 4* but definitely wasn't! … I got holiday inn at kings cross with a pool, 4* but definitely wasn't! 4*. The pool was the only good bit.




To be fair, a hotel having a Pool may well mean it reaches 4* classification.

We have stayed in some pretty poor 5* and some pure class 3* hotels, facilities gain star ratings but dont always get you the best hotels.
From the description it sounds like The Tower Hotel. Ugly from the outside, but excellent on the inside, and a fantastic location
hot_top

If you copy and paste the hotel description in google, it should take you … If you copy and paste the hotel description in google, it should take you to http://www.hotelsrevealed.co.uk which reveals the hotel.



Nope - that only shows one in Covent garden and that is only a four star.
Could be one of the grange hotels?
I am pretty sure that the hotel in the description above is the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel. If it is, I would highly recommend as its a lovely hotel, beautiful rooms, very modern. I've seen there rooms for sale at over £300 per night, so if you can get it for £80 that is a bargain!
You can also look at this website to see which hotel is which: http://www.vakanz.club/2015/05/top-secret-hotels-revealed-in-london_31.html
Cold. Lastminute. Bunch of illegal scammers operating indian call centres beyond the reach of law. Any problem and you'll spend hours on the phone listening to their complete and utter lies. Their staff clearly get commission/bonus for denying changes, forcing you into thinking you need to buy another when you clearly don't. Most dishonest company i've seen in a long time.
Just don't use them. A deal isn't a deal if they're going out of their way to screw you over.

See here and here.


Edited by: "NitrousUK" 12th Feb 2016
emiratesstadium

Feel sorry for the Maids who have to change the sheets on Monday morning.



To an unwitting member of staff it could look like some kind of dirty protest against the standard of service in the hotel which I happen to think is very good. It's not 5 star but it's certainly competitive.
"5 Stars" relates to the features offered by the hotel and not necessarily the rating.
Ben2402

"5 Stars" relates to the features offered by the hotel and not … "5 Stars" relates to the features offered by the hotel and not necessarily the rating.


This is true. I've been to some very shabby 4 stars, where the staff were very poor and apathetic. Henry the Eighth in London springs to mind. Got given a very poor room, facing roof air cons, until I complained, the sauna was broken and wasn't fixed for days, and the staff would happily chat away whilst customers were waiting.
Edited by: "NitrousUK" 12th Feb 2016
NitrousUK

Cold. Lastminute. Bunch of illegal scammers operating indian call centres … Cold. Lastminute. Bunch of illegal scammers operating indian call centres beyond the reach of law. Any problem and you'll spend hours on the phone listening to their complete and utter lies. Their staff clearly get commission/bonus for denying changes, forcing you into thinking you need to buy another when you clearly don't. Most dishonest company i've seen in a long time.Just don't use them. A deal isn't a deal if they're going out of their way to screw you over.See here and here.




So , just a stab in the dark , but i am guessing that you wont be endorsing Last Minute then .
kevthewat

So , just a stab in the dark , but i am guessing that you wont be … So , just a stab in the dark , but i am guessing that you wont be endorsing Last Minute then .


May their management be disease ridden and their seed bear no child.
emiratesstadium

Feel sorry for the Maids who have to change the sheets on Monday morning.



Are you planning some two girls one cup action?
NitrousUK

May their management be disease ridden and their seed bear no child.



​I'm not hearing a 'no' though!
NitrousUK

Cold. Lastminute. Bunch of illegal scammers operating indian call centres … Cold. Lastminute. Bunch of illegal scammers operating indian call centres beyond the reach of law. Any problem and you'll spend hours on the phone listening to their complete and utter lies. Their staff clearly get commission/bonus for denying changes, forcing you into thinking you need to buy another when you clearly don't. Most dishonest company i've seen in a long time.Just don't use them. A deal isn't a deal if they're going out of their way to screw you over.See here and here.




Last May I booked a hotel in Scarborough for the two of us through lastminute.com. When I mailed the hotel they told me that my booking was for one - shock! I had confirmation from lastminute that it was for 2 people. I cancelled and got a refund which was harder than you imagine, I had to send three emails to lastminute before I received a response saying, yes thay got it wrong but no apology. Imagine my position if I had turned up at the hotel and been asked for another £100 for my partner to stay when I had a print out stating 2 guests. I'm unsure whether I could have claimed it from lastminute using the small claims court.
Edited by: "rabb5it" 13th Feb 2016
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