Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Trip Report FRANCE 10 YEARS ON: Paris Dordogne Albi Toulouse Arles S Rhone and Nice
  2. 2 Caution picking car from Europcar at Stazione Termini
  3. 3 Trip Report Scotland in 18 nights, smirr and sun and mud!
  4. 4 He Musta Saw Us a-Comin': A Brief, Cautionary Tale about Taxis in Rome
  5. 5 Ambitious 1st time trip through Europe whilst pregnant??
  6. 6 Trip Report No Reservations...our laidback Paris Christmas
  7. 7 Northern Ireland ideas
  8. 8 Trip planning to Paris, Lyon, Strasbourg
  9. 9 Paris Neighborhood Help
  10. 10 Poor weather outlook 10/16-19 Grindenwald
  11. 11 Itinerary input for trip to Spain and France
  12. 12 Trip Report Long weekend in Albania
  13. 13 ASTURIAS IN LATE OCTOBER??
  14. 14 Online Site for Alhambra Tickets
  15. 15 Trip Report Just the wine list please and Daisy came too.
  16. 16 scotland itinerary
  17. 17 Northern Italy in 2 Weeks?
  18. 18 Itinerary for 5 adults, 3 kids, 2 weeks, & 1 holiday adventure!
  19. 19 Trip Report Stanbr and Lolly visit Eastern Crete
  20. 20 Hotel in Florence
  21. 21 Travel between Civitavecchia and Rome
  22. 22 Advice needed for family trip to Belgium and Germany
  23. 23 Missing Toronto Woman May Be in France
  24. 24 Malta - how to do it?
  25. 25 Using CPAP machine in France
View next 25 » Back to the top

London School of Econ accommodations - who knew?

Jump to last reply

Hello again -

So I have been aggressively nailing down the last details of our trip and what not. Let me just say that I am now more excited more than ever! A few months ago, I took the advise of our expert Fodorites and booked hotels on booking.com. I didn't have to pay upfront so all is good. One person in here mentioned that a week or two before you travel,,, try to look again for accommodations as some places might be desperate to fill rooms.

So I was consciously re-checking booking.com, trivago etc, other sites and came across a forum. One mentioned in there to try LSE (London School of Economics) as they try to rent out the rooms at the residence when school is over.

So I did check the LSEVacations site and found some great deals at the Passfield Hall, Roseberry Hall, etc. Around £47.00 a night. And the location is close to British Museum, etc.

Tempting as any £20 a night I save can go to say another tour or another sandwich.

My question is: Has anyone tried this route before? College dorms? How was it?

Thanks

9 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement