Accomodation Help

first time runner

9 messages
17/10/2002 at 20:52
Just found out today got a place running for Childline anyone got any tips on finding decent accomodation.
18/10/2002 at 07:54
Hi Martin

There's already a thread about this a few pages earlier called

Can anyone suggest a hotel to stay in for FLM 2003?

Hopefully that link will take you straight there.

Good luck

My guide to entering the London Marathon.
18/10/2002 at 16:06
Try the big chains of hotels - I stayed in Best Western called Corona just up the road from Victoria station. Cost about £80 B&B for 2 people for 1 night.
Also try Holiday Inn Express and Superbreaks.com
19/10/2002 at 09:37
lazy mother.
why dont you look it up like the rest of us?
short cuts will not help you in life.
You need to do the background work to gwt the result.
Sounds like you'll be first on the bus on London day.
Geeeeeeeeeeeezer
20/10/2002 at 20:31
Give www.RunnersWebUK.com I sent for the brochure they do and the prices and package seems reasonable good luck in the FLM and maybe my wife and I will see you there(as long as you are not to fast)
22/10/2002 at 18:41
The IBIS Hotel in Greenwich is now fully booked the the nearby Docklands IBIS still has rooms available.
22/10/2002 at 19:15
Dont worry Steven there's no chance of that!!!!!!!!!!!
29/10/2002 at 13:04

Try on the web at londontown.com I have booked 2 nights at the Millenium Knightsbridge for £100 per night

The web site offers all sorts of deals b&B's 3/4 star hotels all over london
29/10/2002 at 13:40
Try Thistle Hotels - 24 hotels in London and reasonable priced. 0800 18 17 16.

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