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    Things to do this Half Term

    Lyrics Hammersmith – Roald Dhal’s Fantastic Mr Fox

    The kids have only just returned back to school and it is half term already

    Coming up with ideas to entertain the kids is a tricky one…

    Why not take them to see Fantastic Mr Fox.  A Roald Dhal production.  I’m sure the kids will love it ;)

    http://www.lyric.co.uk/…/prod…/roald-dahls-fantastic-mr-fox/

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    Filed under: Hammersmith,London Events,Lyrics Hammersmith
    February 8, 2017

    Magical Lantern Festival Chiswick London 19/01/17 – 26/02/17

    Magnificent life-size and large lanterns surround the Chiswick House in preparation for the Chinese New Year

    It is just phenomenal. The walk starts by a large lantern of the houses of Parliament all lit up in beautiful colours.

    At the end of the show there is an entertainment area serving a range of international foods, Duck wraps, Steak burgers, noddle bar, crepes are some of the choices.

    For the kids there is an ice rink, ferris wheal and a virtual reality gaming experience.

    For further information please visit

    http://www.magicallantern.uk/

    Filed under: Chiswick,London,London Events
    January 23, 2017

    Adventure Travel Show 21-22 Jan Olympia Exhibition Centre

    Thinking of booking a holiday why not consider an adventure holiday.

    The Adventure Travel Show held at the London Olympia might just be the right place for you to talk with specialist companies that are dedicated to plan itinerates off the beaten track.

    Don’t miss out on the chance to speak with the biggest collection of specialists all under one roof.

    Why not make a weekend of it and stay at the Chiswick Rooms a few underground stops away

     

    Filed under: Chiswick,London,London Events,Olympia Exhibition Centre
    January 20, 2017

    Hotels near Hammersmith Apollo

    If you are looking for hotels near Hammersmith Apollo in London you have come to the right place.  Chiswick Rooms is a Boutique hotel just 1.4 miles away from Hammersmith Apollo.

    Hammersmith Apollo is one of London’s most popular entertainment venue

    Today it is one of the most popular entertainment venues in the capital and still attracts stars from around the world.

    Coming up this January and February 17

    Eurovision: You Decide – Jan 27, 2017 – 7:30 PM

    Donny Osmond – Jan 31 – Feb 1 , 2017

    Busted – Feb 3, 2017 – 7:00 PM

    Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders from Mars – Feb 16, 2017 – 6:30 PM

    The Bhangra Showdown – Feb 18, 2017 – 5:30 PM

    Goran Bregovic and Bijelo Dugme – Feb 23, 2017 – 7:30 PM

    BBC Asian Network  – Feb 25, 2017 – 6:00 PM

    RnB Legends: Joe & Ashanti  – Feb 26, 2017 – 7:00 PM

     

     

    Filed under: Chiswick,Hammersmith,Hammersmith Apollo,London Events
    January 16, 2017

    Halloween Events London 2013

    halloweenIt is not long until Halloween, so here is a roundup of the best Halloween events in London to scare the living daylights out of you all!

    Phobophobia – London Bridge Experience

    The scariest year round attraction is going to be epic this halloween.  Running each night from 26th Oct until the 2nd November it is going to bigger and better than ever. The London Bridge Experience is a fully integrated character led journey through history which will have you quaking in your boots. You will learn all about London’s gruesome history and uncover the dark secrets that lie beneath the world’s most famous and most haunted bridge.

    If you have never visited the London Tombs there is no better time to do so than over the Halloween period. Animatronics and live actors will be putting on a frightful show! There will be lots of surprises and thrills and of course plenty of horrors.  Prepare to be scared!

    London Dungeon Late
    The London Dungeon Late always puts on a great Halloween event and this year is no different. The doors open at 10pm for a fright night special. Prepare to be spooked by the cast of actors who will be dressed up covered in blood and gore!  So if you fancy being on the run from ‘Jack the Ripper’ or getting lost in London’s Victorian sewers, The London Dungeon Late is the place to be.

    Asylum: 2.8 Hours Later

    If you’re a fan of zombies, this is THE event to attend.  Asylum is an adrenaline fuelled cinematic experience which puts you in the heart of the zombie action. You will get to make choices and sacrifices that will determine whether you and your friends survive!  With the latest bio-technology, this event took a year in the making.  It is the only street game of its size and reputation in the whole world..
    Tickets are £40/£60 and include entry into the Zombie Disco.  Running from 24th October until the 2nd November.

    Scream – After Dark Halloween Party a Madame Tussauds

    This is an over 18s party at London’s Madame Tussauds.  There is a live Scare attraction which is based on a maximum security prison which has been overrun by some dodgy inmates deep within the Chamber of Horrors. There will be some A-List celebrities and pop icons and also some expert makeup artists to help with creating the perfect gory look. there’s a bar and sweet Halloween treats available, as well as late night hot food including wraps and potato wedges. Two dance floors will be open for you to bust those moves and plenty of drinks and treats available.

    Adults only (over 18’s). Friday November 1, 2013 – 7pm until midnight.

    Boo At The Zoo
    Lots of spooky goings on at London Zoo this half term. With scary story telling and creepy crafts it will be a great day out for the whole family. Those brave enough can discover what lurks in The Curiosity Shop of Horrors and the  Animals in Action Team will introduce lots of creepy creatures in the Amphitheatre.

    Running from Saturday the 26th October right through to Sunday 3rd November.

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    October 22, 2013

    Cake and Bake Show Earls Court

    From the 13th-15th September the Cake and Bake show is heading to Earls Court.  Cooking and baking is growing in popularity of late and this could be down to the hugely successful BBC TV show ‘The Great British Back Off’.  This expanding industry now has a dedicated live event which is a must for all baking lovers   The show features live demonstrations by top celebrity speakers and chefs.
    There will be something for everyone.  From baking experts and professions to foodies and cake/chocolate connoisseur’s, even families with children are going to love this show. This is THE place to network and learn and also sample plenty of treats. Also if you’re looking for the latest products and trends this is the place to be.

    Some of the top names in baking which will be at the event include:Tom Herbert, Mich Turner, Stacie Stewart, Richard Bertinet, Simon Rimmer, Eric Lanlard, John Whaite, Zoe Clarke, Alyson Reynolds and Elizabeth Solaru.

    If you’re heading to Earls Court in London and are looking for an affordable boutique hotel, why not try us here at Chiswick Rooms.  We are just 9 minutes away from Earls Court, or 2.9 miles. Chiswick is a great place to stay as we have plenty of quality theatres’ and restaurants at our doorstep.


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    September 12, 2013

    Great British Beer Festival at Olympia

    glass of beerFrom today until the Saturday the 17th you can head over to Olympia in Kensington London and take part in the 36th Great British Beer Festival.  They are expected around 55 thousand visitors over the next 5 days.

    If you are a publican or work in the pub or brewery industry you need to head to this event.  There will be lots of  representatives from this industry and journalists on hand. Plenty of entertainment and food for everyone to enjoy, and of course lots of beer tasting.  However the beer tasting sessions are booking up fast.  So if you want to book a tasting head over to this page: http://www.gbbf.org.uk/event-information/beer-tastings.

    Tickets cost from £8 to £10 for members and £10 to £10 for non members.

    https://twitter.com/gbbf

    https://www.facebook.com/greatbritishbeerfestival

    CHEERS everyone..

    If you are heading over to this event this week, why not book a room with us.  We are a Chiswick hotel near Hammersmith Road where Olympia is located.  The map below will give you an idea of where we are located in relation to Hammersmith.


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    Best Boutique Hotels

    What makes Chiswick Rooms one of the best boutique hotels in London? Well a number of things. Generally a great boutique hotel will have style, distinction and warmth about its design. Some of the best boutique hotels have different themes and sometimes each room is different and unique. But to be classed as a boutique hotel the style and design to be hip, historic, elegantly contemporary or just unique in its own right.

    Luxury services are another attribute to a great boutique hotel. We offer all the latest in-room amenities which will make your stay pleasurable.

    We offer:

    • Free secured wireless internet access in all rooms
    • In-room workstation with ample power outlets including European 220v – great for the business traveller
    • IPod dock with integrated alarm clock and radio
    • LCD flat screen TV with over 80 channels including radio with surround sound
    • Dual-line telephone with personal voicemail, speakerphone and conference call capabilitie. Free calls to local UK numbers and world wide VoIP calls at VoIP cost.
    • Complimentary enhanced coffee and tea facilities
    • Powerful hairdryer
    • Personal safe, spy hole and double lock
    • Mini- fridge
    • Housekeeping service “Express Check out” service available
    • On street pay and display car parking
    • Airport transfers

    Chiswick Rooms is also one of the more affordable boutique hotels, this is because it has been designed for the value conscious guests who want quality but also a great location.  By eliminating the unnecessary extra facilities such as spas, bars and restaurants,  our hotel can offer affordable luxury and convenience with the ethos of a budget hotel.  We have recently been awarded a 4* guest accommodation certification from visit England.

    Location is always on a guest’s priority lists. Chiswick Rooms is located near Hammersmith Appollo which is ideal for those attending events and shows. But all of the top London attractions are just a short tube journey away as Stamford Brook underground station and Ravenscourt underground station are both within a 5 minute walk of our hotel.

    Chiswick Rooms – 407 Goldhawk Road, Chiswick, London, W6 0SA
    t: 44 (0) 203 307 0400 f: 44 (0) 208 563 9255


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    Why stay in a common Chiswick hotel room if you could experience the excitement of one of the best Boutique hotels Chiswick has to offer.

     

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    July 17, 2013

    A Look at Iconic Bridges in London

    London is among the world’s major tourist attractions. This city is famous for its amazing places, spectacular events and other attractions that millions of tourists, across the world, see and explore. An iconic element of this magnificent city is the bridges made on different rivers that flow through the city.  A few of the bridges actually date back to thirteenth century while others acted as shelter during the period of the World War.  Both residents and visitors will always find these bridges to be exceptionally enchanting and eye-catching. Here are some of the famous London bridges worth visiting:

    1. Vauxhall
    The bridge was set up way back in 1906 and it was the first bridge for trams to circulate. Several statues and bronze sculptures are located at the ends of this bridge. Thus, visiting this bridge soaks you into the rich British history. Also, significant historical places border this bridge including the National Museum and Tate gallery.

    2. London Bridge
    The history of this bridge dates back to the period of the Roman invasion. King Henry commissioned the bridge in 1179. These days, the bridge has gone through intensive restoration work, and helps to regulate huge traffic in London.

    3. Tower Bridge
    As its name could suggest, the location of the bridge is near the Tower of London. The bridge is London’s iconic monument and is famous for its paintings and art galleries that it houses. The bridge was set up towards the end of the nineteenth century and it’s thus declared as the World Heritage Site.

    4. Westminster
    This iconic bridge was established around 150 years ago. Its location is near remarkable monuments like Big Ben, St. Stephen Tower, and Westminster Abbey. Thus, if you head to the bridge, you will not miss out other amazing attractions near it. The major attraction at the bridge is its lighting that occurs at night.

    5. Waterloo
    Constructed on River Thames, this bridge provides very breathtaking views of London. It was the first bridge to comprise of cement and concrete. At the World War I and II, the London residents used the bridge as shelter.

    6. Blackfriars
    This amazing bridge provides magnificent views of London too. Therefore, if you want to have the bird’s view of the glamorous London city, you can head to Blackfriars. It does not only provide you spectacular views of St. Paul’s Cathedral, but is also among London’s oldest monuments.

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    June 4, 2013

    The Gem in the Real Chiswick

    Chiswick is located about six miles outside of London and is the perfect green, leafy suburb that inspires picturesque movie scenes. It is serene, hosting large homes that have gardens and no litter on the streets. It is truly the ideal location for raising a family.

    Chiswick seems to have taken its home and garden cues from the famous Chiswick House. The House has a long and rich history that includes its beginnings as a private collector’s art gallery, a journey through the hands of several owners and a close shave with World War Two that nearly saw it destroyed. It has since been restored and now remains one of London’s unique historical landmarks. There are some things that make the Chiswick House stand out from most other historical landmarks within and around London.

    The architecture, to begin with, is borrowed from 16th Century Italian and ancient Rome architecture, making it quite conspicuous. The second striking feature is the dedication to opulence in the interior decoration that boasts entire rooms covered wall to wall with velvet. Coupled with this and rather obviously is the art work, which is displayed throughout the interior and exterior of the house as stand-alone pieces such as sculptures and urns, in the upholstery of the green, blue and red velvet rooms, and also in the furniture and paintings.

    Chiswick House is also renowned for its splendid gardens, green and plush, stretching over a wide expanse and hosting a variety of greenery in trees, shrubs and flowers. The gardens also contain pathways and art pieces in the form of urns and statues. These gardens are historically said to be the foundation of English gardening culture as is known today. The gardens themselves are one of a kind, unrivalled in their variety and arrangement.

    With the number of visitors coming here yearly, Chiswick House requires constant management and maintenance. For anyone wishing to participate, there are several volunteer programmes available as tour guides, garden guides, wardens and kitchen gardeners.

    Touring the Chiswick House and Gardens can be tiring and the Cafe at the House offers a wide variety of refreshments for visitors. Its location provides a serene and breathtaking view of the gardens while providing ample seating space to patrons both indoors and outdoors. The Chiswick House is not just a historical landmark, but a display of true British culture. A visit to Chiswick House and its surrounding gardens is worth every pound spent.

    If your looking for a hotel in Chiswick why not come and stay with us? We have recently been awarded a 4* guest accommodation certification from visit England.

    Below is a map of how to get to Chiswick House from Chiswick Rooms. It is 1.3 miles away:


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    May 28, 2013

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