London in Two Days
London in Two Days
London for free! What to see in this cool capital without spending a penny.
We’ve got tour discounts for most of our tours in Prague, Barcelona Madrid and London until 1st of March.
The discount will be available for the 3 hours before the tour starts. Check at your hostel the tours eligible for those discounts!
I remember that as a kid I loved Easter because of the tones of chocolate I was allowed to eat. Of course I had to work really hard to get it, painting and hunting hard boiled eggs which, I had to admit, was funny too.
Nowadays, if you want to bring back the memories of old Easter days or live new experiences with your kids, in London –where we have the awesome Equity Point London hotel- there are plenty of activities such as: an egg hunt with prizes at Covent Garden; another egg hunt with craft stalls and Bunny Dance at the Horniman Museum; The Christathon, a pub crawl whose participants must go dressed as Christ; a boat race at Putney Bridge; a goat race –with real goats-; or the classical performance of The Passion of Jesus at Trafalgar Square.
You know you shouldn’t lose it!
More information | Time Out
Marta, our Area Manager-Controller, is always travelling around the world from an Equity Point hostel to another. She’s used to the inconveniences of constant flying, but today I’ve received an email telling me that she has fallen in love in an airport with Tom Cruise!
She and Clara, our Area Manager-Expansion, spotted him on the airport and they say Tom is even more handsome in person. Now half of the office staff is green with envy. Read more
During the Olympic Games, Hyde Park is being the perfect spot to watch the Games with your friends. There are several big screens showing most of the sports and there are also other activities such as concerts, performances and a kid’s zone.
There will be a special Closing Ceremony Concert on Sunday August 12th with converts of Blur, New Order, The Specials and Bombay Bicycle Club. There will also be several Olympic athletes celebrating their success.
And remember, Equity Point London is 10 minutes walking distance from Hyde Park. But if you prefer to watch all the events at the hotel, every Equity Point is broadcasting the Olympic Games at the TV’s of the common areas so you can share the Olympic experience with people from all nationalities.
Via | Hyde Park
Tonight the whole world will be watching the Inauguration of the London Olympic Games on the TV, and only some fortunate ones will be able to watch it live on the London Stadium. If you’re willing to go and live the amazing atmosphere of this unique event, remember Equity Point London is perfectly located near Paddington Station.
At London Olympic Games there will be 10.500 athletes competing for a medal in 26 different sports. Over 11 million of people will attend to the Games as public. And several millions more will watch all the different sports on TV.
Which are your favorite sports?
We are proud to announce that Equity Point London has just won the Best Accommodation Award given by the British Educational Travel Association (BETA) on its British Youth Travel Awards (BYTA).
Equity Point London was finalist at the Best Accommodation category with Clink78 and Smart City Hostels in Edinburgh, both tough competitors. The judges: Sarah McDonald from Google, Graham McKenzie from TravelMole, Julie Jones from BMI, Fiona Jeffery from World Travel Market & Just a Drop and Robert Savage from Beds & Bars Group, decided that Equity Point London was the best among all the submitted accommodations in a category that received a record number of applications.
All the people working at Equity Point London Hotel will work hard to improve the quality standards that lead us to gain the best Accommodation Award. We hope you all will be able to visit us at Equity Point London and enjoy our hotel as much as we do.
We are really proud to be considered the best accommodation in the United Kingdom the year previous to the London Olympic Games. It’s an honor.
Each country has some unique characteristics that define the spirit of the nation, and you must understand them all to be able to be a traveler instead of a tourist. One way to approach to any culture is through its meals and in England there’s nothing as traditional as English breakfast, or what they call a full breakfast.
The perfect English breakfast doesn’t exist, but you can get pretty close if you are able to choose the correct place to have it, so we’ve decided to help you. We have a secret. We know where to eat a great English breakfast in London and the best of it all is that it’s close to Equity Point London –near Paddington-.