Edward Lear (London) Reviews
Description:28/30 Seymour Street, Marble Arch, London W1H 7JB Tel: (0)20 7402 5401 Fax: (0)20 7706 3766
Newest Review: ... of Edward Lear (hence the name), the famous humorist and writer of "Nonsense Verses". The famous blue plaque on the wall commemorates this event. They are clearly trading on the name but beware, expectations may exceed delivery. The hotel is normally easy to miss. It is not obvious until you get close that this even is a hotel although, at the moment you couldn't miss it as ... more
Customer Edward Lear (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 16/12/01, updated on 16/12/01 (Very useful, 386 readings)
Every year our company holds its Christmas Dinner Dance at a venue in London. In recent years it’s been in The Great Room of the Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane. This is one of the few locations large enough to hold the numbers attending. Numbers are restricted to just over one thousand employees and partners, chosen on a first come/first served basis. After boogying the night away the last thing you want (or should, bearing in mind the "lubrication" available) is to have to drive home. So the need is for accommodation over-night. The Grosvenor House offers rooms at a discount rate but their idea of discount and mine are still some ... Read the complete review
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