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Has anyone stayed at the Amsterdsm in Earls Court?

Has anyone stayed at the Amsterdsm in Earls Court?

Feb 14th, 2007, 11:53 AM
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Has anyone stayed at the Amsterdsm in Earls Court?

Found this hotel on Priceline-europe - no bidding required --about $170 for a double.
I thought on Priceline you ALWAYS had to bid.
We will fly into Heathrow(early) May - we were told that we could take the tube to Earls court station --- does that sound correct? How long of a trip is it ?

Also, can we leave our large luggage at the airport/

Thank you
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Feb 14th, 2007, 12:14 PM
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Don't know the hotel, but it is just over the road from Earl's Court tube station (Warwick Avenue exit). About 30-40 minutes from Heathrow on the Piccadilly Line. You can see a map for the hotel on www.yell.com.

The problem about the hotel's closeness to transport is that it's also close to a fairly constant stream of traffic on Warwick Avenue. People who know London hotels better than I might be able to advise on whether you could get somewhere less workaday for a similar price.
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Feb 14th, 2007, 01:54 PM
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Thank you for the info. - I hope that someone might have a better suggestion for around the same price --- I've read a lot of reviews on Trip Advisor and so many of them have MANY negative reviews on rather inexpensive hotels with easy access.
So, I would appreciae any input from all others on the Board!
Thanks again -
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Feb 14th, 2007, 02:02 PM
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I'd suggest that you DO bid for a 4* hotel and get something much nicer for half the price.
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Feb 14th, 2007, 02:08 PM
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you were looking at a different page on priceline where they do sell hotels like any other website.

you need to click on "name your own price" to do the bidding.

read up and study zones/strategies at www.betterbidding.com, www.biddingfortravel.com before you bid so you donīt OVERbid.

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