Book Rooms for Olympics in The Blair Victoria and Tudor Inn Hotel at Discounted Prices
London 6/29/2012 06:21 AM GMT (TransWorldNews)
London, UK, 29 June 2012 : Here is something that would drag the attention of London tourists during Olympics 2012. The Blair Victoria and Tudor Inn Hotel is now providing bed and breakfast accommodation from 22nd July to 12th August 2012 (Olympic period) to the travelers at special prices. The hotel is situated in Central London and is conveniently located from Victoria underground, railway and coach stations.
Talking about the hotel, the senior manager working with them said, “It is well equipped accommodation to suit all tastes and occasions. Our well maintained and comfortable bed rooms are all en-suite and offer many facilities. Blair Victoria & Tudor Inn Hotel is perfect for both business and pleasure with easy access for air, rail and road.”
The hotel management welcome the guests with drinks on arrival and escorts them to their respective rooms. All the rooms are fitted with necessary facilities like fresh linens, towels, toiletries, Wi-Fi, colour television, hair dryer, direct dial telephone, etc., to ensure that the guests feel comfortable during their stay at the hotel.
Discussing further, the senior manager working with them said, “The famous sights of London are all within walking distance. Buckingham Palace is just a 10 minute walk away; the hotel is also close to Westminster Cathedral and Abbey, the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.”
Note that all prices for the rooms booked for Olympic period will not be cancelled, refunded or transferred and will be charged on the day of booking only. Guests can make the booking online at the website of The Blair Victoria and Tudor Inn Hotel.
About The Blair Victoria and Tudor Inn Hotel:
The Blair Victoria and Tudor Inn Hotel is one of the reputable hotels, offering budget accommodation in London. It is a privately managed bed and breakfast hotel and is counted among the heritage building of London that was built more than a century ago by a celebrated Master Builder.