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  • Ricky L
    Hong Kong, China16 contributions
    It’s a low key building hiding behind the St Pancreas Station and you don’t really see banners outside asking visitors to go inside. Actually is open door to everyone. The Library has two part, a large open part with open and indoor space for everyone, good Wifi connection, ample Reading chairs and desks plus a numbers of cafes. The books collection are the inside part which you need to apply for a readers card which is not that complicated.
    Written 4 August 2022
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  • Marieke v
    Amsterdam2 contributions
    After sending an e-mail regarding our visit later this year (christmas shopping) they returned my email with very helpful advise regarding our visit to London. Thank you Maria Garcia for your useful help.
    Written 19 May 2022
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  • holidaymad49
    Portsmouth, UK308 contributions
    We visited on the 1st November 2021 at approx 10 am, it was nice and quiet, very relaxing, not the biggest lounge I have ever used quite small really.
    There was a good selection of breakfast items, hot and cold, the fruit pots were lovely, croissants were fresh but so tiny. The bread rolls are disappointing though they are so small only about 3 inches each, a slightly bigger roll and more bread selection would be nice.

    Plenty of tea, coffee and soft drinks available to help yourself too. Only one white wine or one red wine available and one selection of beer, prosecco you need to pay for, whereas it used to be free.

    At 11.45 am they started bringing out the lunch items so you could help yourself to this as well, unfortunately I was full as I really fancied the apricot crumble.

    Definitely one of the better lounge experiences and we would use again.
    Written 27 May 2022
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  • Sam3314
    Derby, UK1,777 contributions
    Massive exhibition centre, we were there for the Formula E which it contained easily. Easiest way to get there is by DLT (Customs House or Prince Regent) or the Elizabeth Line (Customs House). Signs inside were clear. There are security checks. Plenty of food outlets and clean facilities, also places to refill your water bottles.
    Written 1 August 2022
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  • nigel p
    Swindon, UK6 contributions
    It took a while to suss things out once we had things were good message to the woman who pushed in front of me while I was cueing to get serve I hope I see you next year we will have a conversation

    Written 7 August 2022
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  • Sergey T
    9 contributions
    Dear admins of the Plaza Premium lounge! Your lounge is great and very comfortable, but please, consider paying more attention towards your dishes. The glassware seems filthy and very worn out. So many scratches and stains on glassware that I am afraid to even touch them. Please either consider changing your dishes or the washing machines. I understand we are in the middle of the crisis and that it may not be possible, but please, at least provide bottled water so that customers do not use this horrible glassware. In addition, I cannot say your staff were very helpful in resolving this issue when I raised it. It is unacceptable given the current epidemiological condition. Not attaching photos, because I do not want to make your staff upset, who are doing very hard work, but feel free to go into your lounge and see for yourselves please.
    Written 29 April 2021
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  • Mikael F
    Helsinki, Finland25,366 contributions
    Southbank Centre is a complex of artistic venues located on the Southbank.

    You can find here the following: Royal Festival Hall, Hayward Gallery, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room, National Poetry Library, and Southbank Centre Archive Studio.

    The outdoor spaces also provide art while you are eating and drinking at the food market and pop-ups.
    Written 10 July 2022
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  • Fraser66
    Norwich, UK321 contributions
    Located near gate 6 of terminal 4.
    We have passes for access to lounges but when I noticed it was £35, I was shocked as this isn't worth £35 for upto 3 hours. We have been in lots of lounges as this is quiet basic. Food counter wasn't too bad but very limited on drinks. Wine white or red and lager only once choice, as for beer then no chance.
    Hope dont need to travel from Terminal 4 again for a while.
    Looks to be lots of places to eat and drink in the terminal that would be cheaper and more choice.
    Written 24 February 2020
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  • jasonfJ3710UC
    2 contributions
    The visa application process is rather daunting at the outset. One could imagine that the UK and Russia were at loggerheads However, that been said, the staff at the Tourist Office did what was asked, efficiently and politely and I now have my visa. I still can't go but will get there one day, after all ,I've only been waiting 40 years.
    Written 3 April 2020
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  • sheepygold
    london5,052 contributions
    I have been here for exhibitions before but years ago. The exhibition this time was about Shackleton's I'll fated expedition to the Antarctic. The story is amazing and the photos are outstanding and beautiful. I can recommend this exhibition to anyone.
    Written 17 February 2022
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  • James T
    London, UK30 contributions
    I enjoy using the lounge upon my arrival although it has recently changed its prices. I was suprised to find that there is now an additional cost for the shower. Otherwise, a calm and pleasant place to relax after a long flight
    Written 15 February 2020
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  • Martin Bell
    Boroughbridge, UK776 contributions
    The BDC is a good venue located in Islington so good train and tube access if coming from outside London

    Not huge but big enough so creates a more intimate feel and varied levels in the hall which breaks up the space nicely

    Jacks cafe and nearby seating is an excellent anchor point to meet people, especially when your legs are weary

    Only downside? The cloakroom check in is awful. They have digitised a process that I expect used to take seconds and using Chexology (?) software made it slow with massive queues. Really slow. Phone number, picture, card payment, and then there are those who insist on a receipt for a pound so email needed for that. As I was at a technology conference this stuck out for me as a classic poor example

    Good venue 👍
    Written 19 March 2022
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  • StephenCross
    Dublin, Ireland17,255 contributions
    It’s always a positive for an area or city when there is a good visitor center close to major transport links. This is useful and with helpful staff!
    Written 15 September 2019
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  • AL1873
    Vancouver, Canada222 contributions
    This was the first stop of the day on my visit to Greenwich. The visitor centre is free to enter and has some very informative displays on the history of the Greenwich area. It's a great way to get an introduction and idea of what you'll be seeing for the day. Also wondered the surrounding grounds and it was absolutely beautiful.
    Spent about 45 mins here.
    Written 7 June 2022
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  • Amanda O
    2 contributions
    I first learned of this library and exhibitions when starting a new job and seeing posters in a nearby train station. Lock down being on-and-off and my work hours having to be quite fluid, it has taken me around a year to actually make the short walk here. I managed to secure a slot in the middle of the day for the 'Death Marches - Evidence and Memory' exhibition. I am so glad I managed to work my day around this event. The exhibition was small but still informative. Funds are still neded to help with ongoing research into srories that should never have been (or ever should be) forgotten. There is still a lot we don't know about these people, their lives and/or deaths, but the work continues. A wonderful gem of a place overlooking Russell Square. Working over at the nearby hospital, I am conscious of the precautions in place with respect to invection control, and the staff here cannot be faulted! Displays and the visiting public very well set out, no real possibility of tripping over each other here. I will certainly be back - maybe for longer once Corronavirus restrictions are no longer deemed nescessary.
    Written 22 May 2021
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