Comfort Inn Vauxhall
87 S. Lambeth Road
London, EN SW8 1RN
Phone: (44) 207 7359494
Fax: (44) 207 7351001
87 S. Lambeth Road, London, EN, GB, SW8 1RN
- Phone: (44) 207 7359494
- Fax: (44) 207 7351001
Westminster Boating Base is a charitable organization that trains people interested in canoeing, kayaking, dingy sailing and powerboating. They aim at offering their services to the less fortunate youngsters in the community. This boasting base, which thrives on charities alone, is one of the leading organizations teaching water sports. Their commitment and dedication have earned them the status of Clubmark by the Sport England/British Canoe Union. Sign up for a session with them and paddle down the Thames.
Established in 1983, Charlie Chaplin Adventure Playground is named after the early film star, who made people laugh. Amidst the hustle and bustle of the city, the management aspires to provide small children a safe open space to indulge in recreation. Kids of all capabilities and from various communities are welcome here. Families can participate in the variety of activities conducted here, ranging from cooking lessons to camping trips. Check the website for further information.
Myatt's Fields Park is a charming community gathering area in the London borough of Lambeth. The park is the perfect place to relax and take the kids for a stroll. Various facilities include a playground, cafe, walking paths, benches and manicured plant beds.
This is a well-established sports center attracting people from all over the Victoria area, including office workers and local residents and as such, it can be very busy. Facilities include squash courts, five-a-side football, badminton, basketball, a gym and two dance studios. There are three swimming pools, so you should find one that you like. However, if you're looking for a more relaxed time, the spa room offers a sauna, steam room and sunbeds. You can either join and pay a monthly fee (depending on what facilities you want to use) or you can pay per visit.
London RIB Voyages have a range of different trips that take you down the River Thames in a speedboat. Tours such as the Thames Sightseeing Voyage, the Thames Barrier Voyage, Canary Wharf Voyage and Pirates of the Thames Voyage, groups contain a maximum of 12 people so there is a good interaction with the guide and the other passengers. Because of the type of boat, it is possible to cover a greater length of the Thames than it would be on other trips.
Bored in the afternoon and looking forward to having fun with your family? Head to the Burgess Park, a community park that has something for everyone. This green stretch of land features various sporting facilities like tennis courts, cycling tracks, playgrounds, cricket and football pitches. You can also try your hand at fishing at the on-site lake with prior permission or simply stroll along the beautiful Chumleigh Gardens that have different species of plants from all over the world. That’s not it, Burgess Park also has separate areas where you can enjoy a day picnic with your friends and family. With so many fun things to do and explore, Burgess Park is surely an tourist attraction worth visiting.
Used by skaters since the 70s and threatened with closure time and time again, this gritty, graffiti-spattered grotto under the Queen Elizabeth's Hall—otherwise known as The Undercroft— is still holding on. At any given time of the day or night, baggy jean-clad youths can be found hurtling back and forth on boards and Rollerblades, up concrete ramps, along ledges or just hanging out trying not to look bothered. Perhaps they are all just practicing in case the rumors are true and skateboarding has made it onto the list of official sports in time for the Olympics 2012.
Located at the Pall Mall in London, the Royal Automative Club is a members only club. Established in 1897, the club has another chapter in Woodcote Park in Surrey. The building itself is a classic architectural marvel that blends Art Deco elements and features a swimming facility, golf courses, business center and three restaurants. The Royal Automative Club also plays hosts to several business and private events throughout the year.
This large and historic park is located in the South London borough of Lambeth. The park was named after famous local artist, John Ruskin and opened to the public in 1907. Featured within the park are various sporting facilities including tennis courts, football pitch, playground and paddling pond. While the open time is 7.30a daily, the closing time varies every week according to sunset, please visit the website for complete schedule.
The Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre is a community run center, funded by the London Development Agency that organizes events and activities for children and adults alike. They offer space for business conferences, training, workshops and activities like sports, cooking and dance. Exhibitions of art, photography and fashion are also quite common here. Space is also available for filming and rehearsals.
The Ice Rink at Somerset House is a grandiose arena frequented by local skating enthusiasts as well as tourists to the city looking to enjoy the sport. Eclectic beats are spun by popular DJs during special events and club nights, that make the perfect background score to an alluring experience. The iconic building is well-lit and is enhanced by the illuminated rink painting an enchanting picture. Check website for timings and other details or contact the office at +44 844 847 1520.
Soho is one of the most vibrant neighborhoods of London. Previously home to various sleazy sex shops and shady restaurants, Soho has shed its sordid image to become a popular attraction. It is now the entertainment capital of the city with many popular theaters, clubs, upscale restaurants, bars and a lot more. It also has a variety of shopping destinations. Keep Soho on top of the list, when visiting London.