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Are There Any Hourly Hotels In London?

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Hi All,

I'm new here and wanted to say hello. Also could someone please tell me if there are any hotels in London that do hourly bookings rather than booking for a night. It's just that sometimes it would be cheaper to book for a couple of hours when seeing an escort and it can stretch the budget when you have to pay for a night.

Thanks.

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The answer is YES, as we have discussed this on a thread about a year ago. Sadly I cannot remember the thread so can't point you in the right direction.

However, an intelligent search on the web should prove fruitful.

Good luck, and please let us know if you find anything.

If nothing else this post will raise the thread to the top of the page!

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Yes, Sidney Hotel, 68 Belgrave Road, Victoria.

I have not had to use them yet but I did speak to the receptionist and was told they would do a day rate which was very reasonable for central London. And if you Google it the rooms look nice.

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Yes, Sidney Hotel, 68 Belgrave Road, Victoria.

I have not had to use them yet but I did speak to the receptionist and was told they would do a day rate which was very reasonable for central London. And if you Google it the rooms look nice.

Thanks for keeping my faith Turandot. What a fabulous name for an opera, by the way!

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I'm not aware of any by-the-hour hotels in London, but the Hoxton Hotel used to let rooms between 10am and 4pm for the princely sum of £19. Not sure they still do though. I last used one about 2 years ago.

Also, www.between9and5.com has a load of hotels offering day rates in London and further afield. None of such good value as the Hoxton, but some deals to be had for sure.

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Thanks for the information. That is very helpful. I just called the Hoxton and they apparently still rent rooms by the hour, but it's now £29. Still seems very reasonable and I shall be availing myself of this service soon.

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Thanks for all your help. :-)

My advice is ring or surf around and always try Late Rooms.com. I put that 9-5 site to the test and their day rates were in virtually every case out of a dozen more than the same hotel on the same day from Late Rooms who only do 24 hour rates but you can of course leave when you wish.

If punting in advance Travelodge do rooms from £19.95p which are adequate for a punt, its usually the case to get that price you need to book 2-3 weeks in advance though maybe more dependent on what location. :)

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Here was the thread

http://www.punternet...tels-in-london/

Personally speaking if you are new try this arrangement.

Book a Hotel in London anyways, as your "base camp" for one or two nights. Do 4 different Escorts for 30 minutes each for an Incall- decide which is best and then book an hour at a later date.

Not sure why you said a night booking at a Hotel would mean you'd need to do an overnight? Escorts do 1 hour Outcalls to your Hotel.

Edited by RedAlertTourist

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I put that 9-5 site to the test and their day rates were in virtually every case out of a dozen more than the same hotel on the same day from Late Rooms who only do 24 hour rates but you can of course leave when you wish.

I used it to book a central London hotel (The All Seasons in SE1, which is a pretty good standard with a nice bar and restaurant plus sauna and gym) it cost me £60 for the day. I have just checked on between9and5 for next Fri and I can still get it for £60 for a day booking. Laterooms is saying it is full for next Fri night. Booking.com (which I regularly use and offers some great deals) is offering rooms at the All Seasons on that Fri night for £160. The site's not so bad, although not every hotel offers the same deal.

If you can get a good standard central London hotel on a Fri night for £60 or less, then you are doing well.

You are right though smiths, if all you want is a room for bonking in, then a Travelodge on the outskirts of the city is fine. I've certainly done this once or twice. When I wanted something a bit more upmarket without breaking the bank though, that site came through for me.

P.S. Nothing beats the Hoxton, even at £29. Last time I tried to book though, availability was very limited. Anyone know if that is still the case?

Edited by Northwinds

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I used it to book a central London hotel (The All Seasons in SE1, which is a pretty good standard with a nice bar and restaurant plus sauna and gym) it cost me £60 for the day. I have just checked on between9and5 for next Fri and I can still get it for £60 for a day booking. Laterooms is saying it is full for next Fri night. Booking.com (which I regularly use and offers some great deals) is offering rooms at the All Seasons on that Fri night for £160. The site's not so bad, although not every hotel offers the same deal. If you can get a good standard central London hotel on a Fri night for £60 or less, then you are doing well. You are right though smiths, if all you want is a room for bonking in, then a Travelodge on the outskirts of the city is fine. I've certainly done this once or twice. When I wanted something a bit more upmarket without breaking the bank though, that site came through for me. P.S. Nothing beats the Hoxton, even at £29. Last time I tried to book though, availability was very limited. Anyone know if that is still the case?

Try everywhere is the lesson here in my view, not much even a cheap guest house will beat the Travelodge though of course, but only if you are able to book in advance. :)

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With hotels, as with punts, it is wise to check out all the alternatives and read the reviews.

However, sometimes I fancy fish and chips (travelodge) and sometimes I fancy a nice steak (4* hotel in central London). Horses for courses eh smiths?

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With hotels, as with punts, it is wise to check out all the alternatives and read the reviews.

However, sometimes I fancy fish and chips (travelodge) and sometimes I fancy a nice steak (4* hotel in central London). Horses for courses eh smiths?

Yes indeed Northwinds. ;):D

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I used the Hoxton once before, but on the couple of times I tried since it was hard to book. Takes some beating if you can get in.

Ibis usually do day rates - seem to recall being quoted £40.

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Thanks for keeping my faith Turandot. What a fabulous name for an opera, by the way!

It is rather. :)

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