Comfort Inn Edgware Road W2
450 Edgware Road
London, EN W2 1EG
Phone: (44) 20 77243569
Fax: (44) 20 77237879
450 Edgware Road, London, EN, GB, W2 1EG
- Phone: (44) 20 77243569
- Fax: (44) 20 77237879
Ross Nye Stables was started by the eponymous Australian more than 35 years ago to spread his love for horses and horse-riding. This place offers hacking in the park, private/group lessons, dressage and jumping in the park's two outdoor schools. This school is also very involved with the Riding for the Disabled Association. Prices are compatible with other stables. It is also approved by the British Horse Association. Celebrate your birthday with your friends in a unique style by horse riding through Hyde Park.
Violet Hill Gardens features beautiful plant beds, open green space and modern playground.
Take a break from touring the city and involve yourself in Parkour; a sport that challenges your mobility, agility and fitness. LEAP Parkour Park, located in central London, is the premier managed facility in the world dedicated to Parkour alone. This facility was designed by a team of professionals to offer enthusiasts a great learning experience. If you are interested in this sport; that is slowly gaining recognition, you can undergo the induction session which lasts for an hour; after which, you will be qualified to use this facility. Get your friends along and start leaping.
Whizz around with a group of friends or take private classes at this large indoor rink. Evening discos take place at the weekend, when a 70s glitterball and a music-hall organ take center stage, the lights are low and the music pumping. Warm up and refuel at the rink-side cafe, which supplies frothy hot chocolate, cold drinks, chocolate bars and chips to wet-bottomed skaters. Spectators have their own special viewing gallery from where they can giggle at everyone's attempts. The smallest skates are junior size 8. Ten-pin bowling has now been added, and is open from 10am.
In this increasingly fast-paced world of endless multitasking, what better way to spend an evening than by hitting a one-stop destination for bowling and ice skating? Thanks to Queens, never again will you have to traipse from venue to venue in order to quell your bowling-and-skating-in-one-day thirst. What's more, Queens is also home to a baffling collection of arcade games, a pizza parlor and a bar. One could easily spend a whole weekend here, making use of all the amenities. Skating lessons are available for all age ranges, and the facility is eminently capable of hosting parties of any stripe.
You can really participate in anything here, whether it be modern dance and yoga, or kick-boxing and martial arts. Check out the wide range of Latino dancing, including salsa, flamenco, lambada and Capoeira. Most of the classes held in the ground-floor studio are drop-in and multi-level, so you don't need to worry about your lack of ability. There are other studios on the upper floors, but they are mostly for private use. Upstairs, Natureworks will pamper both body and face with an extensive range of health and beauty treatments.
Diana Memorial Playground was founded on the 30th of June 2000, as a dedication to the late Lady Diana, the former Princess of Wales. This ground is an apt way to honor her memory as she was extremely fond of children. Located in within the Kensington Gardens, these grounds offer kids and families ample space to frolic around. A popular feature here is the wooden pirate ship surrounded by sand, located right in the center. For further information, check the website.
The Threesixty Theatre is located in the Kensington Gardens and is popular for enactment of various popular children's plays like Narnia: The Lion, The Witch & the Wardrobe and Peter Pan. The theater is housed within a tent like structure within seating within. Families can enjoy a picnic at the tables arranged on the outside before going in for a show.
This is for those who love extremities and whose pulse sets racing for an adrenaline high. London Tandem Skydive offers a memorable experience of tandem skydives and parachute jumps that gives you a feel of free-falling. Only you are not going to be hurt. Harnessed to an expert, you can enjoy the so-called ride without any worry of safety. Get set for a roller-coaster trip with London Tandem Skydive. Only 16 years and above can take part of this adventure.
Notting Hill- is there anywhere else like it? Back in the old days it was a huge slum, inhabited by the poorest West Indian and Irish folk. But these days, film crews, tourists and rock stars regularly hang out in the neighborhood. You can't really buy Notting Hill cool, but that doesn't keep people from trying. There is a plethora of great designer clothes shops you will already know and newer labels you will want to get to know better. The area is perhaps best known for being home to the yearly Notting Hill Carnival, as well as Portobello Road Market.
The Pirate Castle offers, people of all age groups and vocations, a variety of water sports to engage in. This place was previously a Pirate Club founded in 1966 by Viscount St David. The club offered enthusiastic local children, an opportunity to sail down the Regent's Canal. The club has come a long way since then, and now offers formal training in water activities as well. Along with educating children about kayaking, sailing and skippering, they also offer courses in varied fields such as theater, rock climbing, hiking, fitness regimes like yoga, pilates and aerobics, computer education and more. Children who do not enjoy water can immerse themselves in jewelry making, photography, cooking, dance and puppetry. Check the website for schedule of activities.
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.