The Holiday Inn London Heathrow T5 was one of the many Holiday Inns dotting Heathrow surroundings. We needed just another night to sleep before heading back to home, so it was the perfect place to finish the IHG Accelerate Challenge as well.
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We spent a few days in London at the Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill. Here is a detailed review of our wonderful stay experience at this Hyatt category 6 property. This is one hotel that is a gem in the Hyatt universe.
We recently checked into the London Marriott Park Lane, a luxury hotel which is a Cat 9 Marriott Hotel, housed in a 19th century building smack in the middle of London, across Hyde Park. Here is an overview of how our stay experience went at this high-end London property.
I stayed at an IHG hotel a couple of weeks ago with no plans to return. Except the hotel has another reservation on file for me tonight. And IHG Corporate or I can’t seem to cancel it just yet. This is gonna be so much fun, not!
Jet Airways and Delta are now making a new partnership at London Heathrow, along with Virgin Atlantic. This expands the Jet Airways partnership for the Americas across Delta / KLM / Air France / Virgin Atlantic. Great news for the flyers who shuttle half way across the globe then.
Air India is almost all set to go back to historic route they’ve operated mostly since 1960. They will be operating flights between Ahmedabad and London, going forward to Newark three times a week! This flight seems to be on my list of options to try out!
British Airways is offering a 3-day sale from all its Indian ports to London for booking till midnight of 27th July 2012, where it is offering flights from upwards of Rs. 52,000 for a round trip to London. The fare is valid on a 7-day advance fare booking. I looked up the fare on their website, and it does look lucrative as compared to the regular British Airways fares from Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai. And they are not alone, seems like Virgin Atlantic has matched them on this route. Here is a screenshot of a sample fare from ITA for a Mumbai-London flight in November 2012, and Virgin Atlantic with their new product on the Airbus 330 will…
About 3 years after Virgin Atlantic last flew out of Mumbai, its making a comeback. From 28th October 2012, Virgin Atlantic plans to offer an Airbus 330 service from between Mumbai and London Heathrow. The airline will fly from London in the morning at 10 AM and from Mumbai at 3 AM, thus following the same schedule as Jet Airways and British Airways offer on this city pair. The announcement popped up on the Virgin Atlantic website today, and reservations will be offered from 4th April 2012. Clearly, this decision must have been taken much before wannabe Richard Branson (Vijay Mallya’s) Kingfisher Airlines decided to pull out of the London market. There is a lot of traffic on this route,…